New in version 0.5.3
August 14th, 2013
- The methods and functions for calculating ionization cross section were never properly implemented, and this has been corrected.
- The calculation of ionization rate coefficients were performed correctly.
- Errors in the calculation of photo-excitation and stimulated emission have been corrected.
New in version 0.5.1 (February 8th, 2013)
- This version fixes a major bug. Users are strongly suggested to upgrade to this version.
New in version 0.5.0 (January 25th, 2013)
- The ion class has a new method - emissList - to provide a list of lines in a given wavelength range.
- The ion.intensityRatio has a new keyword argument "wvlRanges" so that by setting wvlRanges =[[100.,200.],[500.,600]], the top number of lines will be compiled from with the two specified ranges only, i.e., 201-499 will not be included.
New in version 0.4.2 (May 30th, 2012)
- This is a bugfix release.
New in version 0.4.0 (August 31st, 2011)
- This version adds the class radLoss to calculate radiative losses and plot the results.
- The method ion.popPlot now plots a histogram of level populations if only a single value of temperature and density are specified.
- Previously, it expected multiple temperatures or densities.
- A number of bugfixes have been made.
New in version 0.3.1 (June 29th, 2011)
New in version 0.3 (December 10th, 2010)
- This version adds the mspectrum class, which allows users to use multiple local CPU cores for spectral calculations that can be time consuming.
- In addition, there are numerous bugfixes.