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Package for computing FSR and decay spectra for light particles

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# Hazma Gamma ray spectrum generator for light standard model particles.

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## Installation

hazma is currently still in development. If you would like to try it anyways, you can install it using the command:

pip install –index-url hazma

Alternatively, you can download hazma directly from github, navigate to the package directory using the command line and run

pip install .


python install

Since hazma utilizes C to rapidly compute gamma ray and electron/positron spectra, you will need to have the cython package installed.

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