gwastro/pycbc: v2.3.3 release of PyCBC

  • Alexander H. Nitz (Creator)
  • Ian Harry (Creator)
  • Duncan A. Brown (Creator)
  • Christopher M. Biwer (Creator)
  • J. Willis (Creator)
  • Tito Dal Canton (Creator)
  • Collin Capano (Creator)
  • Thomas Dent (Creator)
  • Larne P. Pekowsky (Creator)
  • Gareth Cabourn Davies (Creator)
  • S. S. Sridhar (Creator)
  • Miriam Cabero (Creator)
  • Shichao Wu (Creator)
  • Andrew R. Williamson (Privacy Hub by Datavant) (Creator)
  • B. Machenschalk (Creator)
  • Duncan Macleod (Creator)
  • Francesco Pannarale (Creator)
  • Prayush Kumar (Creator)
  • S. D. Reyes (Creator)
  • dfinstad (Creator)
  • Sumit Kumar (Creator)
  • Márton Tápai (Creator)
  • Leo P. Singer (Creator)
  • Channagiri Mohankumar Praveen Kumar (Creator)
  • Igor M. Villa (Creator)
  • maxtrevor (Creator)
  • Bhooshan Gadre (Creator)
  • Sebastian Khan (Creator)
  • Stephen Fairhurst (Creator)
  • Arthur Tolley (Creator)

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Description

This is the v2.3.3 release of PyCBC. Bug fixes with respect to v2.3.3. This will be used for internal LVK analyses, use 2.4.0 (or future releases) for non-specific work. A Docker container for this release is available from the pycbc/pycbc-el8 repository on Docker Hub and can be downloaded using the command: docker pull pycbc/pycbc-el8:v2.3.3
On a machine with CVMFS installed, a pre-built virtual environment is available for Red Hat 8 compatible operating systems by running the command: source /cvmfs/software.igwn.org//pycbc/x86_64_rhel_8/virtualenv/pycbc-v2.3.3/bin/activate
A singularity container is available at /cvmfs/singularity.opensciencegrid.org/pycbc/pycbc-el8:v2.3.3 which can be started with the command: singularity shell --home ${HOME}:/srv --pwd /srv --bind /cvmfs --contain --ipc --pid /cvmfs/singularity.opensciencegrid.org/pycbc/pycbc-el8:v2.3.3
Date made available9 Jan 2024
PublisherZenodo

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