AURIN CITATION GUIDE

How to cite AURIN and AURIN data in your research

If you use the AURIN Workbench in your research, it is important to let reviewers and readers know that you either accessed data or used AURIN tools. This allows us to more accurately understand our impact in research, as well as potentially showcase your research.

Additionally, even our most permissive licence (CC-BY) requires you at the very least to cite the dataset in any publication you produce.

Citing AURIN Data:

If you used data that you obtained via either the AURIN API or the AURIN Portal, you will need to cite both the dataset, and the AURIN Workbench.  Each dataset has a unique citation which can be downloaded directly from the AURIN Portal, or from that dataset’s record in our metadata catalogueOnce you have these records, our preferred citation for AURIN is:

This research used the NCRIS-enabled Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (AURIN) Portal/API e-Infrastructure to access [dataset] on [date].

This [study/project/research] used the NCRIS-enabled Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (AURIN) Portal e-Infrastructure to access [dataset] on [date].

With the full citation of the accompanying literature:

Richard O. Sinnott, Christopher Bayliss, Andrew Bromage, Gerson Galang, Guido Grazioli Philip Greenwood, Angus Macaulay, Luca Morandini, Ghazal Nogoorani, Marcos Nino-Ruiz, Martin Tomko, Christopher Pettit, Muhammad Sarwar, Robert Stimson, William Voorsluys and Ivo Widjaja. 2014. The Australian Urban Research Gateway. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, 27(2), 358-375. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/cpe.3282

Citing AURIN Tools:

If you used one of the many analytical tools in the AURIN portal, please cite as follows:

This analysis was undertaken using the [Name of Tool] tool, implemented in the NCRIS-enabled Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (AURIN) Portal e-Infrastructure on [date].

With the full citation of the accompanying literature:

Richard O. Sinnott, Christopher Bayliss, Andrew Bromage, Gerson Galang, Guido Grazioli Philip Greenwood, Angus Macaulay, Luca Morandini, Ghazal Nogoorani, Marcos Nino-Ruiz, Martin Tomko, Christopher Pettit, Muhammad Sarwar, Robert Stimson, William Voorsluys and Ivo Widjaja. 2014. The Australian Urban Research Gateway. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, 27(2), 358-375. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/cpe.3282