Python package for the Energy Flow suite of particle physics tools
EnergyFlow is a Python package that computes Energy Flow Polynomials (EFPs) as defined in Ref. , implements Energy Flow Networks (EFNs) and Particle Flow Networks (PFNs) as defined in Ref. , computes Energy Mover's Distances as defined in Ref. , and provides access to some particle physics datasets hosted on Zenodo including the jet datasets in MOD HDF5 format used in Ref. .
To install EnergyFlow with pip, simply execute:
pip install energyflow
The documentation is maintained at https://energyflow.network.
 P. T. Komiske, R. Mastandrea, E. M. Metodiev, P. Naik, and J. Thaler, Exploring the Space of Jets with CMS Open Data, 1908.08542.
 P. T. Komiske, E. M. Metodiev, and J. Thaler, Cutting Multiparticle Correlators Down to Size, 1911.04491.
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