PSRPOP

PSRPOP .... pulsar population modelling programs. PSRPOP is a package developed to model the Galactic population and evolution of radio pulsars. It is a collection of modules unashamadly written in Fortran77 for an analysis of a large sample of pulsars detected by the Parkes Multibeam Pulsar Survey (Lorimer et al. 2006) and is now freely available to others wishing to investigate the results of that work and for further analysis.

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  1. Sam Bates, Duncan Lorimer, Akshaya Rane, Joe Swiggum: PsrPopPy: An open-source package for pulsar population simulations (2014) arXiv