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turboGL is a fast Mathematica code based on the stochastic approach to cumulative weak lensing (the sGL method) introduced in Ref. [1] and extended/revised in Ref. [4]. turboGL can easily compute the lensing PDF relative to arbitrary halo mass distributions, selection biases, number of observations, halo profiles and evolutions. Check the version history for the features included in the current version. If you want to be informed of a new version, please send an email. Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or suggestions.


Valerio Marra


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PS: if interested in void models, visit the LLTB homepage


turboGL 3.0 - 11 Dec 2014 - download 


turboGL has been written using Mathematica 9.0.1 and it is not directly compatible with earlier versions.

Instructions are inside the tarball. It is released under the GPL license.
Check the version history for the features included in the current version.



Publications


[1] K. Kainulainen and V. Marra, New stochastic approach to cumulative weak lensing, Phys.Rev.D80, 123020 (2009)arXiv:0909.0822.

[2] K. Kainulainen and V. Marra, SNe observations in a meatball universe with a local void, Phys.Rev.D80, 127301 (2009), arXiv:0906.3871.


[3] L. Amendola, K. Kainulainen, V. Marra, M. Quartin, Large-scale inhomogeneities may improve the cosmic concordance of SNe, Phys.Rev.Lett.105, 121302 (2010), arXiv:1002.1232.

[4] K. Kainulainen and V. Marra, Accurate Modelling of Weak Lensing with the sGL MethodPhys.Rev.D83, 023009 (2011), arXiv:1011.0732.

[5] K. Kainulainen and V. Marra, Weak Lensing Observables in the Halo ModelPhys.Rev.D84, 063004 (2011), arXiv:1101.4143.

[6] V. Marra, M. Quartin, L. Amendola, Accurate weak lensing of standard candles. I. Flexible cosmological fitsPhys.Rev.D88, 063004 (2013), arXiv:1304.7689.

[7] M. Quartin, V. Marra, L. Amendola, Accurate Weak Lensing of Standard Candles. II: Measuring sigma8 with SupernovaePhys.Rev.D89, 023009 (2014), arXiv:1307.1155.

[8] T. Castro, M. Quartin, First measurement of sigma_8 using supernova magnitudes only MNRASL 443, L6-L10 (2014), arXiv: 1403.0293 .

[9] L. Amendola, T. Castro, V. Marra, M. Quartin, Constraining the growth of perturbations with lensing of supernovae, arXiv:1412.XXXX .