Software and methods to make the muon spectroscopist's life easier
If you are interested in using the tools developed by the MSCP, in this page
you can find a number of tutorials designed to help you take the first steps.
Most of our tools at the moment come bundled in the
Python package, but they also make use of other Python libraries, such as the
Atomic Simulation Environment and
pymuon-suite was deployed specifically to aid muon computational science: is a library that can be
found on Github and is released under a GNU v3.0 open source license. Once installed,
provides the user both with a Python API to use for custom programs and with a series of pre-packaged
scripts that can be used to interpret some of the most common muon experiments.
Some tutorials require at least a working knowledge of Python, others don’t. We will keep the tutorials classified depending on the skills that they require. Don’t worry though - none of them are very hard to get through. Even if you don’t know how to use a command line or how to write Python scripts, this could be a good point to start!