Acknowledging or Citing gammapy

In publications | In presentations | In projects

In publications

If you use Gammapy for work or research presented in a publication (whether directly, or as a dependency to another package), we ask you to add two citations to Gammapy:

We provide the following LaTeX/BibTeX acknowledgment if there is no specific place to cite the papers:

This research made use of gammapy,\footnote{} a community-developed core Python package for TeV gamma-ray astronomy \citep{gammapy:2017}

In presentations

If you are giving a presentation or talk featuring work/research that makes use of Gammapy, we suggest using this logo on your title slide:

In projects

If you are using Gammapy as part of a code project (e.g., affiliated packages), a useful way to acknowledge your use of Gammapy is with a badge in your README. We suggest this badge:

Which is available at the URL

If your code is hosted on github, You can place the following in your file to get the badge: