Python suite to access, manipulate and plot ALaDyn's datas
Lampy (Light and fast Aladyn data Manipulation in Python) is a python package that provides modules to access and plot ALaDyn output files.
The idea behind its development is to provide a selfconsistent and portable environment, allowing any user to elaborate ALaDyn simulations results. Other possibility are also available (C++ data converters, gnuplot analysis, IDL routines), but they are mostly single file analyzers. With LAMPy, we would like to offer a fast and modern way to perform a complete inline data analysis, taking advantage of the simplicity of the Python language which requires a minimum effort even for a beginner user.
LAMPy is still under development, which means problems may occur for some untested output configuration.
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