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Cite Jupyter Book

Cite Jupyter Book#

Jupyter Book is developed by many people across academia and industry. Moreover, Jupyter Book is powered by an ecosystem of open source tools, most notably within the Executable Books Project.

Rather than citing each tool, we choose to use a single blanket citation for the entire project and all of its community members.

To cite Jupyter Book in publications, please use the following Zenodo reference:


The full author list is available by viewing the contributors graph on GitHub. To get the full picture, you should look at this for all projects within the Executable Books organization.