|Subject:||Re: Citing PSPP|
|Date:||Tue, 8 Nov 2011 16:35:33 -0500|
On Mon, Nov 07, 2011 at 10:10:19AM -0800, Ben Pfaff wrote:
Jason Stover <address@hidden> writes:One of the reasons that web citations are looked upon poorly is their transient
> On Fri, Nov 04, 2011 at 06:26:55PM -0400, David Sean wrote:
>> What is the preferred way to cite the use of PSPP in scientific articles?
> It looks like no one has responded, so here is my best attempt:
> There is no standard way to cite PSPP that I know of, but PSPP is part
> of the GNU project, so you could give a reference like
> B. Pfaff, J. Darrington et. al. GNU PSPP. http://www.gnu.org/software/pspp/
I think that David mentioned in IRC that citations of webpages
weren't really looked on well in his journal.
nature. There are a number of projects which have been set up to try to address this. One
such project is http://webcitation.org
Another problem is their lack of peer review. I've been considering if it would be appropriate
to submit something to http://www.jstatsoft.org They seem to be a reasonably reputable
journal, and apparently accept "white papers".
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