All the code I developped since I entered grad school is open source and available on GitHub.

It includes two implementations of the mulstiscale particle tracking algorithm published in Soft Matter, 2013,9, 1447-1457 (arXiv:1301.7237): one highly optimized in C++, and one in Python much easyer to handle and prototype.

The code is commented, but not yet really documented, so if you want to use it, asking me how to do is probably the fastest way.

Recently I started to contribute to TrackPy, slowly implementing the features from my old code into this great package.

No comments:

Post a Comment