How to Cite

If you are using Orange in your research, please cite:

Demsar J, Curk T, Erjavec A, Gorup C, Hocevar T, Milutinovic M, Mozina M, Polajnar M, Toplak M, Staric A, Stajdohar M, Umek L, Zagar L, Zbontar J, Zitnik M, Zupan B (2013) Orange: Data Mining Toolbox in Python. Journal of Machine Learning Research 14(Aug):2349−2353.

BibTeX entry:

  author  = {Janez Dem\v{s}ar and Toma\v{z} Curk and Ale\v{s} Erjavec and \v{C}rt Gorup and
             Toma\v{z} Ho\v{c}evar and Mitar Milutinovi\v{c} and Martin Mo\v{z}ina and Matija Polajnar and
             Marko Toplak and An\v{z}e Stari\v{c} and Miha \v{S}tajdohar and Lan Umek and
             Lan \v{Z}agar and Jure \v{Z}bontar and Marinka \v{Z}itnik and Bla\v{z} Zupan},
  title   = {Orange: Data Mining Toolbox in Python},
  journal = {Journal of Machine Learning Research},
  year    = {2013},
  volume  = {14},
  pages   = {2349-2353},
  url     = {}

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