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  • 1.0.4   Fixed a bug in the random noise generation
    Release 1.0.4

    There was a problem with the random noise generation. The problem came from the fact that the data was scaled by a factor of 1/data_ball which is a very big number by default (1e30). Instead of using Numpy's poisson function, we use the Python equivalent of ProxMatlab's PoissonRan. However, there were numerical precision issues. In Python, one exponential evaluation would give +inf, while it would give zero in Matlab. So, we chose a smaller scaling factor (currently, it is set to 1e8). This appears to work well. The JWST_CDRl_noise demo now works, as of July 18, 2020, in the master branch. Since then, several other JWST noise demos have been added, and everything matches ProxMatlab (using the same scaling factor).

  • 1.0.3
    0fdef5b8 · add generation of api doc ·
    Release 1.0.3

    This is the official release in support of the book Nanoscale Photonic Imaging, Salditt, Egner and Luke (eds), Springer Cham (2020).

  • 1.0.0   This is the official release in support of the book Nanoscale Photonic Imaging, Salditt, Egner and Luke (eds), Springer Cham (2020).
    791a2c87 · added a README to docs ·
    Release 1.0.0

    This is the official release in support of the book Nanoscale Photonic Imaging, Salditt, Egner and Luke (eds), Springer Cham (2020).

  • 1.0   This will be the release, numbered 1.0, that I will make available in support of the Nanoscale Photonic Imaging book. CT demos do not work, and the documentation is out of date/non-existent.
    791a2c87 · added a README to docs ·
  • 3D-Orbital-Tomography   Working version for three-dimensional reconstruction of molecular orbitals, successful on simulated data
    1cda9ab2 · clean up ·
  • State-of-art-2019   This tag can be used to as reference for the proxtoolbox as it was used in 2019 and early 2020. It gives the code before a restructuring of the package due to Sylvain Gretchko and additional changes by Matthijs. In particular, this version shows the status of the code as it was used for Jansen, Luke, et al. New Journal of Physics 2020
  • 0.2
    90556a15 · Update website ·
  • 0.1
    eed78198 · Update website ·
  • 0.2.2
    Release 0.2.2

    This is an initial release in transition to the new framework