Pyslice is a templating engine to easily create data sets for parametric modeling.
Welcome to pyslice - dataset template engine’s documentation!
pyslice is a specialized templating system that replaces variables in a template data set with numbers taken from all combinations of a grouped series of numbers. It creates a dataset from input template files for each combination of variables in the series.
The main function of pyslice is to provide utility functions for parametric modeling. Parametric modeling is a process of varying many inputs to a model. A drawback to parametric modeling is that there are usually hundreds to thousands of data sets to prepare and a corresponding number of model runs. pyslice will create the model data sets and manage the model runs, or place the model runs in a queue managed by other software. pyslice is also useful in establishing the sensitivity of a model to changing parameters.
Reference documentation is at https://timcera.bitbucket.io/pyslice/docsrc/index.html
At the command line:
$ pip install pyslice # OR $ easy_install pyslice
Or, if you have virtualenvwrapper installed:
$ mkvirtualenv pyslice $ pip install pyslice
Development is managed on bitbucket at https://bitbucket.org/timcera/pyslice/overview.
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