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Marc van der Sluys' personal Python modules.

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Marc van der Sluys' personal Python modules: functions that I should have found elsewhere but didn't. The code is being developed by Marc van der Sluys of the Institute of Nuclear and High-Energy Physics (Nikhef) in Amsterdam and the Department of Physics at Utrecht University, both in The Netherlands. The sluyspy package can be used under the conditions of the EUPL 1.2 licence. Note that a lot of trial and error is going on, and there is no guarantee of backward compatibility. You may want to borrow a function rather than use the package.


This package can be installed using pip install sluyspy. This should automatically install the dependency packages numpy, pandas and matplotlib, if they haven't been installed already. If you are installing by hand, ensure that these packages are installed as well.

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"""Example Python script using the sluyspy package."""

import sluyspy

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Copyright (c) 2022-2023 Marc van der Sluys

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