A set of useful functions for Adaptive Optics in Python
Useful tools for Adaptive Optics analysis for the Python Programming Language. If using this code for a publication please cite the aotools paper (M. J. Townson, O. J. D. Farley, G. Orban de Xivry, J. Osborn, and A. P. Reeves, “AOtools: a Python package for adaptive optics modelling and analysis,” Opt. Express 27, 31316-31329 (2019))
python SciPy NumPy matplotlib
As everything is just pure python, you don’t really need to “install” at all. To be able to use the tools from anywhere on your system, add the aotools directory to your PYTHONTPATH. Alternatively you can use one of the methods below.
AOtools can be installed using pip:
pip install aotools
(which may require admin or root privileges)
Alternatively, to install the tools to your system python distribution from source, run:
python setup.py install
(which may require admin or root privileges) from the aotools directory.
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