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djperrefort commented Feb 25, 2020

This is a meta issue for tracking progress on issues related to the documentation.


  • #232 : Document setting hostebv from extinction law
  • #207 : Document how to determine error in peak magnitude
  • #204 : Document t0 definition in models
  • #186 : More examples in documentation
JBorrow commented Mar 20, 2018

Hi possible contributors!

Something that would make for a great first issue is to download and compile SWIFT, and then check out the examples and try running a few. The majority of these examples currently use python2 scripts for initial conditions generation and analysis; it would be great if you could upgrade these to use python3 instead.


SFoF is a friends-of-friends galaxy cluster detection algorithm that operates in either spectroscopic or photometric redshift space. The linking parameters, both transverse and along the line-of-sight, change as a function of redshift to account for selection effects. The code is written in C++ and implements OMP to loop through the photometric redshift bins.

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