The PyCBC library provides excellent tools for loading and analyzing gravitational wave data. It also includes some examples (though the are not installed with the package). This repo aims to provide an installable set of thorough examples, primarily useful for pedagogical purpsoes.
- Loading Data [notebook | ]
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