Use of PyCBC in Scientific PublicationsΒΆ

If you use any code from PyCBC in a scientific publication, then we ask that it is cited in the following way:

These results were generating using the PyCBC software package
\cite{Canton:2014ena,Usman:2015kfa,pycbc-software}

For the citation pycbc-software, please use a bibtex entry and DOI for the appropriate release of the PyCBC software (or the latest available release). A bibtex key and DOI for each release is avaliable from Zenodo. A key for the latest release is available at:

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Bibtex keys for the citations Canton:2014ena and Usman:2015kfa are:

@article{Canton:2014ena,
  author         = "Dal Canton, Tito and others",
  title          = "{Implementing a search for aligned-spin neutron
                    star-black hole systems with advanced ground based
                    gravitational wave detectors}",
  journal        = "Phys. Rev.",
  volume         = "D90",
  year           = "2014",
  number         = "8",
  pages          = "082004",
  doi            = "10.1103/PhysRevD.90.082004",
  eprint         = "1405.6731",
  archivePrefix  = "arXiv",
  primaryClass   = "gr-qc",
  reportNumber   = "LIGO-P1400053",
  SLACcitation   = "%%CITATION = ARXIV:1405.6731;%%"
}

@article{Usman:2015kfa,
  author         = "Usman, Samantha A. and others",
  title          = "{The PyCBC search for gravitational waves from compact
                    binary coalescence}",
  journal        = "Class. Quant. Grav.",
  volume         = "33",
  year           = "2016",
  number         = "21",
  pages          = "215004",
  doi            = "10.1088/0264-9381/33/21/215004",
  eprint         = "1508.02357",
  archivePrefix  = "arXiv",
  primaryClass   = "gr-qc",
  reportNumber   = "LIGO-P1500086",
  SLACcitation   = "%%CITATION = ARXIV:1508.02357;%%"
}