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Sparse Linear Inversion Technique for lenstronomy

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Updated and improved version of the Sparse Lens Inversion Technique (SLIT), developed within the framework of lens modelling software lenstronomy.

The documentation is available on readthedocs.org (currently in development).

Installation

This package is available through PyPi.

$ pip install slitronomy --user

Requirements

In addition to standard packages listed in requirements.txt, lenstronomy needs to be installed to access to python classes for proper initialisation of SLITronomy solvers.

The most straghtforward way to use pixel-based solvers of SLITronomy is directly through lenstronomy (version >=1.6.0), by using the ‘SLIT_STARLETS’ light profiles. SLITronomy can also be used as a standalone tool.

Example notebooks

An ensemble of example notebooks are located at thirdparty/notebooks :

Acknowledging SLITronomy

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