Espresso is a community driven project to create a large suite of forward simulations to enable researchers to get example problems without the need to understand each individual forward problem in detail.
Once installed, each test problem can be imported using the following command:
from cofi_espresso import <testproblem>
<testproblem> with one of the following currently available problems:
Once a problem is imported, its main functions can be called using the same structure for each problem. For instance:
from cofi_espresso import GravityDensity problem = GravityDensity(example_number=1) model = problem.good_model() data = problem.data() pred = problem.forward(model) fig_model = problem.plot_model(model) fig_data = problem.plot_data(data, pred)
You can access related metadata programatically:
print(GravityDensity.problem_title) print(GravityDensity.problem_short_description) print(GravityDensity.author_names)
Other problem-specific parameters can be accessed through the problem instance. For instance:
Which additional values are set is highly example-specific and we suggest to consult the Espresso Problems section.
Espresso’s simple and consistent code structure enables users to access a wide range of different forward code and contributors to share their solutions with a wider audience. Having the basic set up and several examples in place already, we hope to encourage more examples be developed and be contributed.