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The boost-histogram package

Schreiner, Henry Fredrick; Dembinski, Hans Peter

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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;The boost-histogram library provides first-class histogram objects in Python. You can compose axes and a storage to fit almost any problem. You can fill, manipulate, slice, and project then, and pass them between other Scikit-HEP libraries like Uproot4, mplhep, and histoprint. Boost-histogram is meant to be the &amp;quot;NumPy&amp;quot; of histogram libraries that others can build on; the &amp;quot;pandas&amp;quot; of histograms is &amp;quot;Hist&amp;quot;, a physicist friendly front-end that extends and expands boost-histogram to do plotting and more. An early version of Hist is shown for the first time here.&lt;/p&gt;</subfield>
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