Commit bed88853 authored by Médéric Boquien's avatar Médéric Boquien

Add an entry in the changelog for the schreiber2016 module.

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- When using the savefluxes module, all the output parameters were saved. This is not efficient when the user is only interested in some of the output parameters but not all. We introduce the "variables" configuration parameter for savefluxes to list the output parameters the user wants to save. If the list is left empty, all parameters are saved, preserving the current behaviour. This should increase the speed substantially when saving memory. (Médéric Boquien)
- Similarly to the savefluxes module, in the pdf_analysis module if the list of physical properties is left empty, all physical parameters are now analysed. (Médéric Boquien)
- It is now possible to pass the parameters of the models to be computed from a file rather than having to indicate them in pcigale.ini. This means that the models do not necessarily need to be computed on a systematic grid of parameters. The name of the file is passed as an argument to the parameters\_file keyword in pcigale.ini. If this is done, the creation\_modules argument is ignored. Finally, the file must be formatted as following: each row is a different model and each column a different parameter. They must follow the naming scheme: module\_name.parameter\_name, that is "bc03.imf" for instance. (Médéric Boquien)
- Addition of the schreiber2016 SED creation module implementing the Schreiber et al. (2016) dust models. (Laure Ciesla)
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- The estimates of the physical parameters from the analysis of the PDF and from the best fit were recorded in separate files. This can be bothersome when trying to compare quantities from different files. Rather, we generate a single file containing all quantities. The ones estimated from the analysis of the PDF are prefixed with "bayes" and the ones from the best fit with "best". (Médéric Boquien)
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