How to cite the Bioconductor package affyPLM

affyPLM is a popular Bioconductor package that is available at https://bioconductor.org/packages/affyPLM. By citing R packages in your paper you lay the grounds for others to be able to reproduce your analysis and secondly you are acknowledging the time and work people have spent creating the package.

APA citation

Formatted according to the APA Publication Manual 7th edition. Simply copy it to the references page as is.

APA

The minimal requirement is to cite the R package in text along with the version number. Additionally, you can include the reference list entry the authors of the affyPLM package have suggested.

Example of an in-text citation

Analysis of the data was done using the affyPLM package (v1.66.0; Bolstad, 2004).

Reference list entry

Bolstad, B. M. (2004). Low Level Analysis of High-density Oligonucleotide Array Data: Background, Normalization and Summarization. University of California, Berkeley.

Vancouver citation

Formatted according to Vancouver style. Simply copy it to the references section as is.

Vancouver

Example of an in-text citation

Analysis of the data was done using the affyPLM package v1.66.0 (1).

Reference list entry

1.

Bolstad BM. Low Level Analysis of High-density Oligonucleotide Array Data: Background, Normalization and Summarization. University of California, Berkeley.; 2004.

BibTeX

Reference entry in BibTeX format. Simply copy it to your favorite citation manager.

BibTeX
@MISC{Bolstad2004-rj,
  title  = "Low Level Analysis of High-density Oligonucleotide Array Data:
            Background, Normalization and Summarization",
  author = "Bolstad, Benjamin M",
  year   =  2004,
  school = "University of California, Berkeley."
}

RIS

Reference entry in RIS format. Simply copy it to your favorite citation manager.

RIS
TY  - MISC
AU  - Bolstad, Benjamin M
TI  - Low Level Analysis of High-density Oligonucleotide Array Data: Background,
      Normalization and Summarization
PY  - 2004
DA  - 2004
ER  - 

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