How to cite Julia in publications?

#1

What is the proper citation for Julia itself? julialang.org? Or one of the foundational articles?

#2

I think that https://julialang.org/research/julia-fresh-approach-BEKS.pdf is a good one to cite.

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#3

Okay. How about if I wanted to direct the reader to the actual programming language? How does this look to you?
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#4

Oh man, the link from your paper to the SIAM website is already broken. How ephemeral the URLs are!

#5

Interestingly, that link (on my browser/PDF viewer) points to http://www.siam.org/journals/s rather than http://www.siam.org/journals/sirev/59-1/100067.html. I wonder if this is a mistake in the original LaTeX to PDF conversion…

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#6

Or, would you prefer I credit BEKS instead of “the Julia development team”?

#7

The preferred citation and bibtex entry is as follows. Citing this greatly helps with funding agencies as the Julia Lab writes grant proposals etc.

@article{bezanson2017julia,
  title={Julia: A fresh approach to numerical computing},
  author={Bezanson, Jeff and Edelman, Alan and Karpinski, Stefan and Shah, Viral B},
  journal={SIAM review},
  volume={59},
  number={1},
  pages={65--98},
  year={2017},
  publisher={SIAM},
  url={https://doi.org/10.1137/141000671}
}

In addition, if you want to point the readers to download Julia, you can link the URL to https://julialang.org and credit it to “The Julia Project”.

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#8

Some follow-up to standardize citations across the Julia ecosystem:

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