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Python power spectrum code

Project description

pspy is a cosmology code for calculating CMB power spectra and covariance matrices. See the python example notebooks for an introductory set of examples on how to use the package.

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Installing

To install, you will need to have or to install numpy. Then, run

$ pip install pspy [--user]

If you plan to develop pspy, it is better to checkout the latest version by doing

$ git clone https://github.com/simonsobs/pspy.git /where/to/clone

Then you can install the pspy library and its dependencies via

$ pip install -e /where/to/clone

The -e option allow the developer to make changes within the pspy directory without having to reinstall at every changes.

Instructions for installing pspy at NERSC are available at INSTALL_NERSC.

Instructions for installing pspy on MAC OS are available at INSTALL_MACOS.

Dependencies

Authors

  • Thibaut Louis
  • Steve Choi
  • DW Han
  • Xavier Garrido
  • Sigurd Naess

The code is part of PSpipe the Simons Observatory power spectrum pipeline.

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