Suppose, I want to cite a framework written in Python (in my case it is: Keras) that doesn't have any related research paper published.
I saw other papers used in-line URLs, URLs in the citation,
Falbel D, Allaire JJ, and Chollet F. R interface to ‘Keras’. https://keras.rstudio.com/index.html
and even arXiv. Others used the so-called Hands-on books which are not academic at all. Others wrote something like the following:
(6) Chollet, F.et al. Keras; 2015.
The above is actually referring to the framework itself, not any research paper or URL.
I guess, none of these are recognized by the ISI Web of Science.
ISI is a well-established company that provides these counts. Their results really matter. But they count neither arXive nor URLs.
How can I cite it so that my paper is not excluded from the ISI Web of Science citation counting system?