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pyOZ is iterative solver of the Ornstein-Zernike equation written in Python and heavily using Scipy/Numpy bundle of libraries for scientific computing.

Since it is written in Python, it should be very much platform independent and very portable. It is released as an open-source project under the BSD license. The last stable version is 0.1, released on 18. March 2009.

It supports several interaction potentials, HNC and PY closure relations, and is capable of calculating several thermodynamic properties. For full information, see Features. The program comes also with extended discussion of the theoretical background.


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