PyNE 0.4 Release Notes¶
PyNE 0.4 is the latest, greatest release of PyNE: The Nuclear Engineering Toolkit project after an additional six months of effort. PyNE is a free and open source (BSD licensed) project whose goal is to become a necessary package in the computational nuclear engineer’s toolkit. It is meant to play nicely with existing, industry standard nuclear engineering tools. PyNE is meant to be both fast and useful.
- Nuclear data updates, including full ENSDF support
- Python 3 support
- R2S activation workflow
- Tally class for Monte Carlo tallies
- CADIS variance reduction implementation
- Pydagmc integration
- Verification and validation workflow implemented
- Style guide adoption
- New tutorial
- Removal of simplesim
This release represents over 976 commits, 325 files changed, 62846 insertions(+), 22162 deletions(-) since the version v0.3 release. Additionally, over 125 issues were closed on behalf of this release.
Please visit our website for more information: http://pyne.io/ Please contact us via our users mailing list (https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/pyne-users or firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions on how to use or install pyne.