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The Reduced-Order Scattering Emulator (rose) is a user-friendly software for building efficient surrogate models for nuclear scattering.

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ROSE - The Reduced-Order Scattering Emulator

ROSE makes it easy to build and train a scattering emulator. The project

For any bug reports or feature requests, please make use of the Github issues tab on the repository. We also welcome all pull requests for software, documentation, and user-contributed tutorials!


To install, run the following

pip install nuclear-rose


The primary class is ReducedBasisEmulator. To create an instance, minimally, an instance of the Interaction class, a set of training points, the energy, and angular momentum need to be specified.

For a full set of examples walking through emulation and calibration, check the tutorials directory.

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