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# pyMule # pyMule
The analysis tool for McMule supporting Python 2 and Python 3 McMule is a framework for fully differential higher-order QED
calculations of scattering and decay processes involving leptons. It
keeps finite lepton masses, which regularises collinear singularities.
Soft singularities are treated with dimensional regularisation and
using $`{\rm FKS}^\ell`$ subtraction
Please find the manual for McMule
[here](https://gitlab.psi.ch/mcmule/manual) or download it here [as a
pdf](https://gitlab.psi.ch/mcmule/manual/-/jobs/artifacts/master/raw/manual.pdf?job=compile)
If you find McMule useful, please consider citing
[[2007.xxxxx]](https://arxiv.org/abs/2007.xxxxx)
> QED at NNLO with McMule
>
> P. Banerjee, T. Engel, A. Signer, Y. Ulrich
This is the analysis tool for McMule supporting Python 2 and Python 3.
## Installation ## Installation
`pymule` can be installed with pip as `pymule` can be installed with pip as
...@@ -19,8 +36,11 @@ pip install numpy ...@@ -19,8 +36,11 @@ pip install numpy
pip install scipy pip install scipy
pip install git+https://"gitlab+deploy-token-2":TToX8HiCR5mV6hLH_UXD@gitlab.psi.ch/mcmule/pymule.git pip install git+https://"gitlab+deploy-token-2":TToX8HiCR5mV6hLH_UXD@gitlab.psi.ch/mcmule/pymule.git
``` ```
Further, Jupyter or IPython are strongly recommended Further, Jupyter or IPython are strongly recommended. A pre-built
Docker image is available at [yulrich/pymule](https://hub.docker.com/r/yulrich/pymule).
For further details please refer to the McMule manual
[here](https://gitlab.psi.ch/mcmule/manual) or download it here [as a pdf](https://gitlab.psi.ch/mcmule/manual/-/jobs/artifacts/master/raw/manual.pdf?job=compile)
## Example analysis ## Example analysis
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