[Proj] Internet referencing
gerald.evenden at verizon.net
Mon Feb 14 00:02:22 EST 2005
I did not realize that GSL had a hardcopy manual. Thanks for the info.
I'm so used
to digging through info files and html manuals I did not look very
deeply. Also, I
tend to supplement my research with Numerical Recipes but only use
when not otherwise available.
I used GSL as and example but in some of my searches I have only found
sites. The Krovak projection is a perfect example. Everything I did
was based on
the analysis of two or three web sites.
Perhaps is someone had an example of a url reference that was used in
a paper. Interested in reference structure.
On Feb 13, 2005, at 5:28 PM, Norman Vine wrote:
> Gerald Evenden writes:
>> What is the preferred or common way to reference a web site or
>> that is basically only available from a web site? For example, I
>> would like to
>> refer to the Gnu Scientific Library for a couple of processes that I
>> use in
>> the preparation of libproj4 procedures. I do not know of any paper
>> meterial for the library.
> Following snipped from link below
> If you would like to refer to the GNU Scientific Library in a journal
> the recommended way is to cite the reference manual, e.g.
> M. Galassi et al, GNU Scientific Library Reference Manual (2nd Ed.),
> ISBN 0954161734.
> If you want to give a url, use "http://www.gnu.org/software/gsl/".
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