Python halo mass function calculator
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README.rst

hmf

The halo mass function calculator.

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hmf is a python application that provides a flexible and simple way to calculate the Halo Mass Function for a range of varying parameters. It is also the backend to HMFcalc, the online HMF calculator.

Version 3 Note

Due to the general trend of moving to Python 3 by important projects such as IPython and astropy, from version 3.0, hmf is compatible with Python 3, and from version 3.1, it will drop support for Python 2.

Documentation

Read the docs.

Attribution

Please cite Murray, Power and Robotham (2013) if you find this code useful in your research.