# Citations for using Stan?

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Bob writes:

If you have papers that have used Stan, we’d love to hear about it. We finally got some submissions, so we’re going to start a list on the web site for 2.0 in earnest. You can either mail them to the list, to me directly, or just update the issue (at least until it’s closed or moved):

https://github.com/stan-dev/stan/issues/187

For example, Henrik Mannerstrom fit a hierarchical model the other day with 360,000 data points and 120,000 variables. And it worked just fine in Stan. I’ve asked him to write this up so we can post it here.

Here’s the famous graph Bob made showing the scalability of Stan for a series of hierarchical item-response models:

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