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    99== 2 How should the code be referenced in publications? ==
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    11 Cloudy is a research project that involves the creative efforts of many people.  It should be cited as follows:  "Calculations were performed with version yy.vr of Cloudy, last described by Ferland et al. (2013)."  The citation is the following review paper:
     11Cloudy is a research project that involves the creative efforts of many people.  It should be cited as follows:  "Calculations were performed with version yy.vr of Cloudy, last described by Ferland et al. (xxxx)."  The citation should be the most recent review paper:
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     13For Cloudy versions up to and including C10.vr:
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     15G. J. Ferland, K. T. Korista, D. A. Verner, J. W. Ferguson, J. B. Kingdon, and E. M. Verner. CLOUDY 90: Numerical Simulation of Plasmas and Their Spectra. PASP, 110:761-778, 1998.
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     17For Cloudy versions C13.vr:
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    1319G. J. Ferland, R. L. Porter, P. A. M. van Hoof, R. J. R. Williams, N. P. Abel, M. L. Lykins, Gargi Shaw, W. J. Henney, and P. C. Stancil. The 2013 Release of Cloudy. Revista Mexicana de Astronomia y Astrofisica, 49:1–27, 2013.
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    15 The citation should explicitly mention the version "yy.vr" of the code since some predictions do changes as the atomic data and treatment of physical processes improve.  A typical version will be 13.00.  Old versions of the code are never deleted from this web site so it is possible to recover a version that produced a given result.
     21For Cloudy versions C17.vr:
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     23G. J. Ferland, M. Chatzikos, F. Guzmán, M. L. Lykins, P. A. M. van Hoof, R. J. R. Williams, N. P. Abel, N. R. Badnell, F. P. Keenan, R. L. Porter, and P. C. Stancil. The 2017 Release Cloudy. Revista Mexicana de Astronomia y Astrofisica, 53:385-438, 2017.
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     25The citation should explicitly mention the version "yy.vr" of the code since some predictions do changes as the atomic data and treatment of physical processes improve.  A typical version will be 17.00.  Old versions of the code are never deleted from this web site so it is possible to recover a version that produced a given result.
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    1727A more complete version of the citation can be generated by running the code with the command {{{print citation}}}.