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Python module for an easy work with a tokamak plasma equilibrium.

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# PLEQUE - **PL**asma **EQU**ilibrium **E**njoyment module \[pleɪɡ\]
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Python module for the simple manipulation with the tokamak plasma equilibrium.
For more information see the documentation at https://pleque.readthedocs.io.

**Note:** The work is still in the early development stage and `pleque` probably contains bugs. You are very welcome to
put a your wishes, found bugs or any other comment as an issue. There also may occur minor changes in code structure
before `0.1.0` release.

## Getting Started

### Prerequisites

The prerequisites should be maintained by `pip`.

```
python>=3.5
numpy
scipy
shapely
scikit-image
xarray
pandas
```

### Installing

From PyPI (https://pypi.org/project/pleque/):
```bash
pip install --user pleque
```

or clone/copy the github repository and run

```bash
git clone https://github.com/kripnerl/pleque.git
cd pleque
pip install --user .
```

## Examples

```python
from pleque.io import readers
import matplotlib as plt

eqdsk_filename = "path_to_my_gfile.gfile"
# Create instance of `Equilibrium` class
eq = readers.read_geqdsk(eqdsk_filename)

# plot simple overview of the equilibrium:
eq.plot_overview()
```

Some other examples can be found as a notebook in the `notebooks` folder. There are
also some examples in `examples` directory.

## Version

0.0.2

## Authors

* **Lukas Kripner** - [kripnerl](https://github.com/kripnerl)

See also the list of [contributors](https://github.com/kripnerl/pleque/graphs/contributors) who participated in this project.

## License

This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the [LICENSE](LICENSE) file for details

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## References
* [Sauter, O. & Medvedev, S. Y. "Tokamak coordinate conventions: COCOS." Comput. Phys. Commun. **184**, 293–302 (2013).](https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0010465512002962)
* S. Jardin "Computational Methods in Plasma Physics" CRC Press.


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