Credits

Who is behind PDL?

See the list of PDL team members.

How should I acknowledge PDL in a scientific paper?

We suggest the following guidelines (copy-and-paste into LaTeX):

In the body of a paper:

Portions of the analysis presented here made use of the Perl Data Language\footnote{The Perl Data Language (PDL) has been developed by K. Glazebrook, J. Brinchmann, J. Cerney, C. DeForest, D. Hunt, T. Jenness, T. Lukka, R. Schwebel, and C. Soeller and can be obtained from http://pdl.perl.org} which provides a high-level numerical functionality in the Perl scripting language (Glazebrook & Economou, 1997).

In the acknowledgment section of a paper:

Portions of the analysis presented here made use of the Perl Data Language (PDL) developed by K. Glazebrook, J. Brinchmann, J. Cerney, C. DeForest, D. Hunt, T. Jenness, T. Lukka, R. Schwebel, and C. Soeller and can be obtained from http://pdl.perl.org. PDL provides a high-level numerical functionality for the Perl scripting language (Glazebrook & Economou, 1997).

In your references:

Glazebrook & Economou 1997, The Perl Journal, 5, 5

Glazebrook & Economou 1997, Dr. Dobb's Journal, Sep 01, http://www.ddj.com/184410442

The Dr. Dobb's Journal article is a reprint of the Perl Journal article. The Perl Journal is no longer published, but archives of the articles may be found on the Dr. Dobb's Journal website.