[ADMB Users] Citing ADMB
mpa at aqua.dtu.dk
Sat Oct 24 06:32:10 PDT 2009
Thanks for that John. That will do the trick nicely. Maybe it might be a
good idea to have a "how to cite ADMB" note in the documentation
Cheers once again,
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Sibert [mailto:sibert at hawaii.edu]
> Sent: Thursday, 22 October 2009 18:26
> To: Mark Payne
> Cc: users at admb-project.org
> Subject: Re: [ADMB Users] Citing ADMB
> It is really gratifying to learn that you have had such
> apparent good success with ADMB.
> As for citations, Dave and Hans produced a rather useful paper on
> ADMB-RE: Skaug, H. and D. Fournier. 2006. Automatic
> approximation of the marginal likelihood in non-Gaussian
> hierarchical models.
> Computational Statistics and Data Analysis 51:699-709.
> ADMB can be cited as An introduction to AD MODEL BUILDER
> Version 9.0.0 for use in nonlinear modeling and statistics,
> available from http://admb-project.org/documentation.
> I'm not sure the ADMB Project has any "official" policies,
> let alone one on how to cite itself.
> Mark Payne wrote:
> > Dear ADMBers,
> > I am just writing up a manuscript based on a model that I have
> > developed using the ADMB random effects package - this was my first
> > experience of using ADMB-RE "in anger" and I have to say it was
> > wonderful - a morning's work resolved a problem that has bugged the
> > herring world for far too long! :-)
> > Anyway, the question that I have is, how does one cite ADMB and
> > ADMB-RE? I remember hearing talk on the list here about
> writing some
> > papers, particularly on the random effects module (was it
> journal of
> > statistical methods?) Did anything ever cover of that?
> > Alternaitvely, is there an "official" "policy" on how ADMB
> would like
> > to be cited?
> > Best wishes,
> > Mark
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