The KinMS (KINematic Molecular Simulation) package can be used to simulate observations of arbitary molecular/atomic cold gas distributions.
The KinMS (KINematic Molecular Simulation) package can be used to simulate observations of arbitary molecular/atomic cold gas distributions. The routines are written with flexibility in mind, and have been used in various different applications, including investigating the kinematics of molecular gas in early-type galaxies (e.g. Davis et al, MNRAS, Volume 429, Issue 1, p.534-555, 2013), and determining supermassive black-hole masses from CO interfermetric observations (e.g. Davis et al., Nature, 2013). They are also useful for creating input datacubes for further simulation in e.g. CASA’s sim_observe tool.
If you find any bugs, or wish to be kept up to date when new versions of this software are released, please email me at DavisT -at- cardiff.ac.uk
### Install You can install KinMS with pip install kinms
It requires the following modules:
To run the test suite, which demonstrates some of the functionality of this code, please install the software. If you want to run the full suite of tests you also need to download the two fits files included in this repo, and put them in your working directory, however the rest of the tests will still run without this. Once this is done then run the following from within an ipython terminal:
` from kinms.examples.KinMS_testsuite import * run_tests() ` examples/KinMS_testsuite.py contains the example code, which can be modified and updated for most use cases.
To get you started fitting galaxies with KinMS, see the walk through here: https://github.com/TimothyADavis/KinMSpy/blob/master/kinms/documentation/KinMSpy_tutorial.ipynb
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