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This is the eighth post-O2 release of PyCBC for analysis of data taken during Advanced LIGO's second observing run and Advanced Virgo's first observing run. This release is identical to the 1.9.3, except that it contains https://github.com/ligo-cbc/pycbc/commit/2557bb573c1b46fb926fbfa1345545dd15ef72ea that fixes the bad
setup.py file in v1.9.3.
This release has been tested against LALSuite with the hash:
This provides functionality to provide a windowing function to apply to data segments before PSD estimation.
Details of the changes since the 1.9.2 release are at https://github.com/ligo-cbc/pycbc/compare/v1.9.2..v1.9.4
docker pull pycbc/pycbc-el7:v1.9.4
On a machine with CVMFS installed, a pre-built virtual environment is available for Red Hat 7 compatible operating systems by running the command:
and for Debian 8 compatible operating systems by running the command:
pycbc_inspiral executable for use on the Open Science Grid is available at