Commit 128dec18 authored by Edward Andò's avatar Edward Andò
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@software{ufreckles,
author = {RETHORE Julien},
author = {Julien Rethoré},
title = {UFreckles},
month = oct,
year = 2018,
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Furthermore, the hope is that there is a community-driven improvement of the tools with time.
# Summary
Spam, the Software for the Practical Analysis of Materials is a library that extends the extremely convenient framework of NumPy [@numpy] and SciPy [@SciPy2020] by providing or accelerating tools for the material- science/mechanics oriented analysis of 2D images or 3D volumes representing field measurements.
Spam, the Software for the Practical Analysis of Materials is a Python library that has evolved to cover needs of data analysis from 3D x-ray tomography work and correlated random fields with mechanical applications.
Spam is first and foremost a measurement package that extends the extremely convenient framework of NumPy [@numpy] and SciPy [@SciPy2020] by providing or accelerating tools for the material- science/mechanics oriented analysis of 2D images or 3D volumes representing field measurements.
Typical uses are either the measurement of displacements fields between images of a deforming sample from which strains can be computed, or the characterisation of a particular microstructure (correlation length or particle orientation).
The package is organised into a library of Python tools which are expected to be used in user-written scripts and a number of more sophisticated standalone scripts.
The tools are organised as follows:
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- Cino Viggiani, Jacques Desrues, and Bruno Chareyre in Laboratoire 3SR, Grenoble
- Stéphane Roux and François Hild in LMT Cachan
- Emmanuelle Gouillard
- Jose Luis Cercos-Pita at the ESRF
- Emmanuelle Gouillard in Saint Gobain/CNRS and Plotly
- Jose Luis Cercos-Pita at the ESRF and Uppsala University
for discussions that have contributed to getting spam into its current form.
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