pyequib: Python Package for Plasma Diagnostics and Abundance Analysis
The pyEQUIB library is a collection of Python programs developed to perform plasma diagnostics and abundance analysis using emission line fluxes measured in ionzed nebulae. It uses the AtomNeb Python Package to read collision strengths and transition probabilities for collisionally excited lines (CEL), and recombination coefficients for recombination lines (RL). This Python package can be used to determine interstellar extinctions, electron temperatures, electron densities, and ionic abundances from the measured fluxes of emission lines. It mainly contains the follwing API functions written purely in Python.
Dependent Python Packages
This package requires the following packages:
To get this package with the AtomNeb FITS files, you can simply use git command as follows:
git clone --recursive https://github.com/equib/pyEQUIB
To install the last version, all you should need to do is
$ python setup.py install
To install the stable version, you can use the preferred installer program (pip):
$ pip install pyequib
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