PyTransport
swMATH ID:  26567 
Software Authors:  David J. Mulryne, John W. Ronayne 
Description:  PyTransport: A Python package for the calculation of inflationary correlation functions. PyTransport constitutes a straightforward code written in C++ together with Python scripts which automatically edit, compile and run the C++ code as a Python module. It has been written for Unixlike systems (OS X and Linux). Primarily the module employs the transport approach to inflationary cosmology to calculate the treelevel powerspectrum and bispectrum of user specified models of multifield inflation, accounting for all sub and superhorizon effects. The transport method we utilise means only coupled differential equations need to be solved, and the implementation presented here combines the speed of C++ with the functionality and convenience of Python. This document details the code and illustrates how to use it with a worked example. It has been updated to be a companion to the second version of the code, PyTransport 2.0, which includes functionality to deal with models of inflation with a curved field space metric 
Homepage:  https://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00381 
Dependencies:  Python 
Keywords:  arXiv_publication; Python package; Astrophysics; arXiv_astroph.CO; High Energy Physics; arXiv_hepth 
Related Software:  CppTransport; BINGO; Python; MultiModeCode; CandS 
Cited in:  15 Publications 
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PyTransport: A Python package for the calculation of inflationary correlation functions David J. Mulryne, John W. Ronayne 
2016

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Cited by 25 Authors
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11  Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics 
2  Nuclear Physics. B 
1  Journal of High Energy Physics 
1  Advances in Mathematical Physics 
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