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Parallel-tempered emcee.

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ptemcee /’tɛmsiː/ (noun):
Adaptive parallel tempering meets emcee.

ptemcee, pronounced “tem-cee”, is fork of Daniel Foreman-Mackey’s wonderful emcee to implement parallel tempering more robustly.

If you’re trying to characterise awkward, multi-model probability distributions, then ptemcee is your friend.

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Attribution

Please cite Vousden, Farr, Mandel (2015) and Foreman-Mackey, Hogg, Lang & Goodman (2012) if you find this code useful in your research.

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ptemcee is free software distributed under the MIT License; see the LICENSE file for details.

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