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LIGOtools

LIGOtools, as re-scoped in March 2014, is a collection of miscellaneous software tools which are useful for LIGO data analysis. It is distributed via standard packaging methods such as rpm. (The previous incarnation, which had its own package distribution and management scheme and included several additional packages such as Frame and metaio, is described here for historical reference.)

Project Librarian

Peter Shawhan

Documentation

The current tools in LIGOtools are:

Git Repository

The ligotools source code repository is one of the LSC software repositories hosted by UWM. To clone it on your local system, do 'git clone albert.einstein@ligo-vcs.phys.uwm.edu:/usr/local/git/ligotools.git' (subsituting your own ligo.org identity, of course). You can also browse the source code using the cgit web interface.

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Package distribution files are temporarily hosted at the University of Maryland. There is a single source distribution file, but the tools are divided into two rpm files:

Contributors

'guild' was written by Peter Shawhan with contributions from Alex Ivanov and Mary Lei. All of the other programs in the current incarnation of LIGOtools were written by Peter Shawhan; however, other people are welcome to add useful tools to LIGOtools if they wish. Adam Mercer and Ed Maros helped set up the ligotools git repository and the packaging procedure.

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