Citing WrightTools

When publishing research which used WrightTools, please provide credit to WrightTools developers through citation or acknowledgement.

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BibTex citation:

@misc{WrightTools,
  author =       {Blaise J. Thompson and Kyle F. Sunden and Darien J. Morrow and Nathan Andrew
                  Neff-Mallon and Kyle J. Czech and Daniel D. Kohler and Tom Parker and Rachel
                  Swedin},
  doi =          {10.5281/zenodo.1198904},
  title =        {WrightTools},
}

Also see WrightTools.__citation__.

In addition to the main WrightTools citation, each released version of WrightTools has its own DOI through zenodo. Refer there to cite a particular version: https://zenodo.org/record/1198904.

Publications

The following publications were enabled, to some extent, by WrightTools. The authors of these publications have volunteered to appear on this page.

Would you like your publication to appear here? Email a developer—or better yet, make a pull request.

Ordered by date of publication, newest first.

  1. Group- and phase-velocity mismatch fringes in triple sum-frequency spectroscopy Darien J. Morrow, Daniel D. Kohler, and John C. Wright Phys. Rev. A 2017 96 (6) doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.96.063835
  2. Multidimensional Spectral Fingerprints of a New Family of Coherent Analytical Spectroscopies Nathan Andrew Neff-Mallon and John C. Wright Anal. Chem. 2017 89, 24, 13182–12189 doi:10.1021/acs.analchem.7b02917
  3. Frequency-domain coherent multidimensional spectroscopy when dephasing rivals pulsewidth: Disentangling material and instrument response Daniel D. Kohler, Blaise J. Thompson, and John C. Wright J. CHem. Phys 2017 147, 084202 doi:10.1063/1.4986069