Cite The Turing Way#

All material in The Turing Way is available under a CC-BY 4.0 licence.

You can cite The Turing Way through the project’s Zenodo archive using DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3233853.

The citation will look something like:

The Turing Way Community. (2022). The Turing Way: A handbook for reproducible, ethical and collaborative research (1.0.2). Zenodo. DOI 10.5281/zenodo.3233853.

Please visit the DOI link to get the most recent version - the one above is not automatically generated and may be out of date. DOIs allow us to archive the repository and are useful for tracking the work in academic publications.

You can also share the human-readable URL to a page in the book, for example, definitions chapter in the Guide for Reproducible Research, but be aware that the project is under development and these links may change over time. You might want to include a web archive link, such as an archived page for the definitions chapter, to make sure that you do not end up with broken links everywhere!

Citing The Turing Way Illustrations#

The Turing Way illustrations have been created by artists from Scriberia as part of The Turing Way book dashes since 2019.
They depict a variety of content from the handbook, collaborative efforts in the community and The Turing Way project in general. These illustrations are available on Zenodo 10.5281/zenodo.3332807 under a CC-BY license.

When using any of the images, please include the following attribution:

This image was created by Scriberia for The Turing Way community and is used under a CC-BY 4.0 licence.

The latest version from Zenodo can be cited as:

The Turing Way Community, & Scriberia. (2020, March 3). Illustrations from the Turing Way book dashes. Zenodo.

We have used a few of these illustrations in the Welcome Bot’s responses to new members’ contributions in this GitHub repository.