Calculator with uncertainties
u-calc: A calculator with uncertainties
Tired of doing physics calculations by hand or with spreadsheets? Look no further, because this python module is here to make these calculations as easy as ever!
A simple use case: adding two numbers with uncertainties.
x = (23.00 +- 0.01) and
y = (12.02 +- 0.03).
Open up the python interpreter and:
>>> from u_calc.measurement import Measurement as Msm >>> x = Msm(23.00, 0.01) >>> y = Msm(12.02, 0.03) >>> print(x+y) 35.020 \pm 0.032
In your python files, you can just
import this module just like any other.
To install it, you only need
pip. Example for v0.0.1:
$ pip install u-calc==0.0.1
If you want to install the latest version from this repo, you need to:
git clonethis repository(using http or ssh)
- Make sure you're in the
pip install -e .in the repository root(likely to be a directory called
u_calc/) to create a symlink
- You're finished!:smile:
Note: sometimes, you might have to use
python3 -m pip instead of just
pip. You can read about this here
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