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[P] Repository with official BibTeX entries for common Python machine learning packages

Hey everyone, not sure if this qualifies as “project” on here, but some people writing ML papers might find it useful. I’m currently writing my MSc Artificial Intelligence thesis (on transfer learning for credit card fraud prediction ML models).

When I’m citing a paper for my thesis, it takes half a second to grab the BibTeX entry for it from Google Scholar. For Python packages like numpy, scikit-learn, scipy, pandas, tensorflow and pytorch, it took a lot more Googling and it was sometimes difficult to figure out what version to use.

So I’ve started a repo to collect some common Python machine learning package citations, to make it easier to quickly copy-paste them into a references.bib.

You can check it out on GitHub:

If there are any other common packages you’d like to see, please leave an Issue or PR (or just a comment here) and I’ll try to add it ASAP.

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