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    • Yannick Roehlly's avatar
      [WIP] Correct function adjusting data · d0759666
      Yannick Roehlly authored
      Correct the function adjusting the data and implements a new way to indicate
      upper limits.
      
      FIXME: This breaks other parts of the code that must be corrected because now
      upper limits are indicated with a negative flux.
      d0759666
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    • Médéric Boquien's avatar
      A significant fraction of the total run time is spent computing integrals... · 39a40764
      Médéric Boquien authored
      A significant fraction of the total run time is spent computing integrals (e.g. fluxes in passbands). We can make the integration faster by rewriting the trapezoidal rule in terms of np.dot(). This allows to offload the computation to optimised libraries. The end result is that the integration is twice as fast, with a gain of ~10-15% on the total run time.
      39a40764