# Citation

## RDS Analyst citation information

If you are using RDS Analyst for research that will be published, we request that you acknowledge this with the following citation:

Mark S. Handcock, Ian E. Fellows, Krista J. Gile (2022) RDS Analyst: Software for the Analysis of Respondent-Driven Sampling Data, Version 0.72, URL https://hpmrg.org.

A BibTeX entry for LaTeX users is

+@Manual{RDSA,
+  title = {RDS Analyst: Software for the Analysis of Respondent-Driven Sampling Data},
+  author = {Mark S. Handcock and Ian E. Fellows and Krista J. Gile},
+  year = {2022},
+  note = {Version 0.72},
+  address = {Los Angeles, CA},
+  url = {https://hpmrg.org},
+}@@


We have invested a lot of time and effort in creating RDS Analyst for use by other researchers. Please cite it in all papers where it is used.

## Citing the component packages of RDS Analyst (e.g., RDS or DeducerRDSAnalyst)

To cite the individual R packages (e.g., RDS or DeducerRDSAnalyst) please use the information given by their individual citation function calls. For example, at the R Console window type:

citation(package="RDS")

## Citing Deducer

RDS Analyst is built on the graphical user interface and capabilities of Deducer. To cite Deducer, see here.