Spherical Elementary Current System Calculations
pysecs is an open source library for calculating Spherical Elementary Current Systems (SECS).
- Based upon the [scikit-learn](http://scikit-learn.org/) framework with fit() and predict() methods.
- The only dependency is [NumPy](http://www.numpy.org/). It is built using fast broadcasting techniques to provide highly scalable calculations.
Example notebooks can be found in [notebooks/](./notebooks/)
Clone the git repository
`bash > git clone https://github.com/greglucas/pysecs `
Build and install the package
`bash > python setup.py install `
3. Testing The package has a test suite that can be run with pytest
`python > pytest `
The code is released under an MIT license [License described in LICENSE.md](./LICENSE.md)
This package has been developed from different publications. Please consider citing the papers that are relevant to the work you are doing if you are utilizing this code.
### [Original Paper](https://doi.org/10.5636/jgg.49.947)
`bibtex Amm, O. "Ionospheric Elementary Current Systems in Spherical Coordinates and Their Application." Journal of geomagnestism and geoelectricity 49.7 (1997): 947-955. doi:10.5636/jgg.49.947 `
### [Applications Paper](https://doi.org/10.1186/BF03352247)
`bibtex Amm, O., and A. Viljanen. "Ionospheric disturbance magnetic field continuation from the ground to the ionosphere using spherical elementary current systems." Earth, Planets and Space 51.6 (1999): 431-440. doi:10.1186/BF03352247 `
## Problems or Questions
- [Report an issue using the GitHub issue tracker](http://github.com/greglucas/pysecs/issues)
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