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PyFBU

Implementation of the Fully Bayesian Unfolding algorithm described in physics.data-an/1201.4612. The software is based on the Markov Chain Monte Carlo sampling toolkit PyMC.

Dependencies

PyFBU is tested on Python 2.6/2.7 and depends on NumPy, Matplotlib and PyMC.

Installation

The use of an isolated Python environment is recommended:

virtualenv ENVFBU
cd ENVFBU
source bin/activate

Install NumPy-1.7.0 (this may take a while).

pip install "numpy>=1.7.0"

Pip installation

The latest stable version of PyFBU can be installed using pip.

pip install fbu

This will also automatically install other missing dependencies (this might take another while, up to several minutes…).

Alternative approach - git clone

Alternatively one can check out the development version of the code from the GitHub repository:

git clone https://github.com/gerbaudo/fbu.git

and follow the quickstart instructions.

Usage

A simple tutorial to help you get started.

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