A Python package for flavour physics phenomenology in the Standard Model and beyond
flavio – flavour phenomenology in the Standard model and beyond
flavio is a Python package to compute observables in flavour physics, electroweak precision tests, Higgs physics, and other precision tests of the Standard Model, both in the Standard Model and in the presence of new physics encoded in Wilson coefficients of dimension-6 operators.
Project web site
Further information and the package documentation can be found at:
This web site is built with Jekyll and hosted on Github pages. You can check out its source (or submit pull requests) at https://github.com/flav-io/flav-io.github.io.
See http://flav-io.github.io/docs/installation.html for instructions.
Bugs and feature request
Please submit questions, bugs and feature request using Github's issue system rather than by E-mail. Thanks!
- Peter Stangl (@peterstangl)
- David M. Straub (@DavidMStraub)
Contributors (in alphabetical order):
- Jason Aebischer
- Jorge Alda Gallo
- Frederik Beaujean
- Adam Falkowski
- Tobias Felkl
- Ece Gürler
- Matěj Hudec
- Matthew Kirk
- Jonathan Kriewald
- Jacky Kumar
- Christoph Langenbruch
- Christoph Niehoff
- Markus Prim
- Albert Puig
- Méril Reboud
- Stefanie Reichert
- Niladri Sahoo
- Aleks Smolkovič
- Peter Stangl
- Olcyr Sumensari
- Felicia Volle
- Zeren Simon Wang
flavio is released under the MIT license.
If you use flavio in a scientific publication, please cite:
D. Straub, "flavio: a Python package for flavour and precision phenomenology in the Standard Model and beyond", arXiv:1810.08132
This paper contains many references to results in the literature that went into the code. Please also consider citing the relevant original literature, where the real work was done.
The flavio repository itself is also citable via a DOI provided by Zenodo:
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