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Guidelines for Fair Academic Use

The authors of GENIE endorse the MCNET guidelines for fair academic use. We invite users to consider which GENIE components are important for a particular analysis and cite them, in addition to the main references.

An incomplete list of related references is maintained here.



If you use GENIE, please always cite the following reference:

C.Andreopoulos, A.Bell, D.Bhattacharya, F.Cavanna, J.Dobson, S.Dytman, H.Gallagher, P.Guzowski, R.Hatcher, P.Kehayias, A.Meregaglia, D.Naples, G.Pearce, A.Rubbia, M.Whalley and T.Yang
The GENIE Neutrino Monte Carlo Generator
Published in Nucl.Instrum.Meth.A614 (2010) 87-104
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If you used one of the GENIE event generation apps, or its flux and detector geometry drivers, or if you used the GENIE event reweighting / error propagation tools, then in addition to the main reference above, please cite the following:

C.Andreopoulos, C.Barry, S.Dytman, H.Gallagher, T.Golan, R.Hatcher, G.Perdue and J.Yarba
The GENIE Neutrino Monte Carlo Generator: Physics and User Manual
e-Print: arXiv:1510.05494[hep-ph]
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