Sharing publications, projects, and tools
We invite you to share your publication, project, and/or tool created using the MESSAGEix framework. To do so, please first read the steps at Contribute code via Github PRs.
If you are unfamiliar with development using Git and GitHub, you can instead open an issue containing all of the information mentioned below.
In your branch/pull request, make the following additions:
Add the citation of your publication/project/tool to the file
Use BibTeX format. Give the entry a key like
surname-2021, using the lead author’s name and the year of publication.
Add a figure representing your publication/project/tool in the directory
If possible, construct the file name using either the BibTeX entry key (above) or the DOI.
For example: the URL https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scs.2021.103257 contains the DOI
10.1016/j.scs.2021.103257. Replace the
-, and append the appropriate file extension for your image, like
.png, etc. This might yield a file name like:
Add your publication/project/tool to the documentation sources, specifically the existing file
doc/usage.rst. Use the existing entries as a template.
Use the same level of heading as the other entries in the same section.
For publications, use the full title as the heading.
Add your figure from (2) above with the ReST code like:
.. figure:: ../_static/usage_figures/your-pub-DOI.ext :width: 250px :align: right
Add the citation:
In case of a publication, add bullet points to describe the spatial scope/resolution, keywords, and key ways in which MESSAGEix was used in the publication.
In case of a tool, add bullet points to describe the development goal and the key features, and link the code location (e.g. GitHub repository). If there is a publication that describes this tool, you can also include a citation per step (1) above and abstract (below).
Add the first max. 75 characters of the abstract/description of your publication/project/tool, followed by a link to an external location.
This paper analyses energy in Country X… `Read more →<https://doi.org/your-pub-DOI>`__
For publications, use the DOI URL if possible.
For tools, use the code or documentation URL.