Symbolic Mode Coupling
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This library allows one to build and evaluate arbitrary separable mode-coupling estimators. In practice, its main purpose is to provide a flat-sky lensing estimator code. More generally, one can build estimators and noise functions for convergence, magnification, shear, mixed estimators (for gradient cleaning), split-based lensing, birefringence, patchy tau, etc. and cross-covariances between these.
Instead of having to calculate by hand the separable forms of the above, one simply provides the mode-coupling and filter expressions, and a sympy-based (Mathematica-like) backend factorizes these expressions into FFT-only form (i.e., no explicit convolutions are required).
Curved sky support does not exist. Adding it is possibly non-trivial, but thoughts and ideas (and PRs!) are highly appreciated. Still, this package can serve as the backend for quick exploration of various kinds of estimators.
Free software: BSD license
4.1 1.1 Dependencies
4.2 1.2 Installing
To install, run:
$ python setup.py install --user
4.3 1.3 Usage
An important thing to remember is that by default, the code expects “physical” normalization of FFTs in pixell (not the default normalization in pixell), i.e. you should be passing in Fourier maps that come from something like
kmap = enmap.fft(imap,normalize='phys')
kmaps = enmap.map2harm(imaps,normalize='phys')
4.3.1 1.3.1 Contributing
If you have write access to this repository, please:
create a new branch
push your changes to that branch
merge or rebase to get in sync with master
submit a pull request on github
If you do not have write access, create a fork of this repository and proceed as described above.
5 2 History
5.1 2.1 0.1.0 (2019-03-06)
First release on PyPI.
5.2 2.2 0.3.3 (2020-07-25)
Better treatment of FFT factors
Lots of new features including bias hardening and isotropic RDN0
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