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libtim-py: miscellaneous data manipulation utils ================================================ About ===== This library provides some routines to work with wavefront analysis, which can be useful for (offline) wavefront sensor data processing. Created by Tim van Werkhoven (email@example.com). Installation ============ This module can be installed using the standard NumPy distutils. Therefore, simply running python setup.py install will install this module to the default installation location. Running python setup.py will start an interactive installation process. Usage ===== Documentation of routines can be found in the docstrings of the respective modules. Also, running doxygen in ./doc will extract the docstrings and present nicely formatted HTML documentation. Testing ======= To test this module, simply run nosetests from the root directory, if you have it installed. Otherwise, run the test_* files in libtim/ To get more information, run nosetests-2.7 --pdb --with-coverage --with-profile Add the flag --processes -1 to add multiprocessing (not working on my machine) Version history =============== 20130123, 0.4.1 * Added uptime parsing script 20130115, 0.4.0 * Added dmmodel.py, models membrane mirrors * Various fixes/improvements 20121029, 0.3.0 * Revamped unit tests * Added lightcurve.py 20120531, 0.2.0 * Various minor fixes * Added lightcurve.py 20120510, v0.1.3 * Added file I/O functions * Improved unit tests for file.py, util.py 20120509, v0.1.2 * Improved Zernike performance 20120407, v0.1.1 * Updated documentation 20120404 * Resurrection, major code overhaul and restructuring 20100519, v0.1.0: * Initial version