If you find prose useful for your research, cite Garcia et. al 2022. The BibTeX entry for the paper is:

       author = {{Garcia}, Lionel J. and {Timmermans}, Mathilde and {Pozuelos}, Francisco J. and {Ducrot}, Elsa and {Gillon}, Micha{\"e}l and {Delrez}, Laetitia and {Wells}, Robert D. and {Jehin}, Emmanu{\"e}l},
        title = "{PROSE: a PYTHON framework for modular astronomical images processing}",
      journal = {\mnras},
     keywords = {instrumentation: detectors, methods: data analysis, planetary systems, Astrophysics - Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics, Astrophysics - Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
         year = 2022,
        month = feb,
       volume = {509},
       number = {4},
        pages = {4817-4828},
          doi = {10.1093/mnras/stab3113},
archivePrefix = {arXiv},
       eprint = {2111.02814},
 primaryClass = {astro-ph.IM},
       adsurl = {},
      adsnote = {Provided by the SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System}

Citing a Sequence dependencies#

new in prose 3.1.0

prose depends on a lot of Python packages and published methods. When using prose in your research, you can generate a complete aknowledgment sentence (and associated BibTeX entries) based on the blocks used in a Sequence.

For example, given the following Sequence

from prose import Sequence, blocks

sequence = Sequence([

the following citation can be extracted

acknowledgement, bibtex = sequence.citations()

where acknowledgement contains the aknowledgment sentence and bibtex the necessary BibTeX entries. Please make sure to check the generated text and BibTeX entries before using them in your work.

print(acknowledgement, "\n")
print(bibtex[0:500], "...")
This research made use of \textsf{prose} \citep{prose} and its dependencies (scipy \citep{scipy}, photutils \citep{photutils}, astroquery \citep{astroquery}, scikit-image \citep{scikit-image}, numpy \citep{numpy} and astropy \citep{astropy}). 

       author = {{Astropy Collaboration} and {Price-Whelan}, Adrian M. and {Lim}, Pey
       Lian and {Earl}, Nicholas and {Starkman}, Nathaniel and {Bradley}, Larry and
       {Shupe}, David L. and {Patil}, Aarya A. and {Corrales}, Lia and {Brasseur}, C.~E.
       and {N{"o}the}, Maximilian and {Donath}, Axel and {Tollerud}, Erik and {Morris},
       Brett M. and {Ginsburg}, Adam and {Vaher}, Eero and {Weaver}, Benjamin A. and
       {Tocknell}, James and {Jamieson}, Will ...