Citing MetPy

If MetPy played an important role in your research, then please add us to your reference list using one of the options below.

DOI: 10.5065/D6WW7G29

BibTeX entry

Example BibTeX entry:

@software{metpy,
  author = {May, Ryan M. and Arms, Sean C. and Marsh, Patrick and Bruning, Eric and Leeman,
            John R. and Goebbert, Kevin and Thielen, Jonathan E. and Bruick, Zachary S.},
  organization = {Unidata},
  title = {MetPy: A {Python} Package for Meteorological Data},
  year = {2020},
  version = {1.0.0},
  doi = {10.5065/D6WW7G29},
  url = {https://github.com/Unidata/MetPy},
}

AMS Journal Style

AMS suggested BibTeX entry:

@misc{metpy,
  author = {May, Ryan M. and Arms, Sean C. and Marsh, Patrick and Bruning, Eric and Leeman,
            John R. and Goebbert, Kevin and Thielen, Jonathan E. and Bruick, Zachary S.},
  publisher = {Unidata},
  title = {MetPy: A {Python} Package for Meteorological Data},
  year = {2020},
  doi = {10.5065/D6WW7G29},
  note = {url{https://github.com/Unidata/MetPy}},
}

Example Citation:

May, R. M., Arms, S. C., Marsh, P., Bruning, E., Leeman, J. R., Goebbert, K., Thielen, J. E.,
    and Bruick, Z., 2020: MetPy: A Python Package for Meteorological Data.
    Unidata, https://github.com/Unidata/MetPy, doi:10.5065/D6WW7G29.