WrightTools loads, processes, and plots multidimensional spectroscopy data.
“Multidimensional spectroscopy” (MDS) is a family of diverse analytical techniques that record the response of a material to multiple stimuli—typically multiple ultrafast pulses of light.
Due to its diversity and dimensionality, MDS data is challenging to process and visualize.
WrightTools is a freely available and openly licensed Python package that is made specifically for multidimensional spectroscopy.
It aims to be a core toolkit that is general enough to handle all MDS datasets and processing workloads.
Being built for and by MDS practitioners,
WrightTools has an intuitive, high-level, object-oriented interface for spectroscopists.
For a more complete introduction to WrightTools, please click on the badge below to read our short three-page paper in the Journal of Open Source Software (https://doi.org/10.21105/joss.01141).
|Read the Docs|
- Quick Start
- The wt5 File Format
- WrightTools API
- Citing WrightTools