Monte Python

Monte Python is a Monte Carlo code for Cosmological Parameter extraction. It contains likelihood codes of most recent experiments, and interfaces with the Boltzmann code class for computing the cosmological observables. Several sampling methods are available: Metropolis-Hastings, Nested Sampling (through MultiNest), EMCEE (through CosmoHammer) and Importance Sampling.

References in zbMATH (referenced in 28 articles , 1 standard article )

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  1. Hartman, S. T. H.; Winther, H. A.; Mota, D. F.: Constraints on self-interacting Bose-Einstein condensate dark matter using large-scale observables (2022)
  2. Johnson, Joseph P.; Sangwan, Archana; Shankaranarayanan, S.: Observational constraints and predictions of the interacting dark sector with field-fluid mapping (2022)
  3. Cardona, Wilmar; Arjona, Rubén; Estrada, Alejandro; Nesseris, Savvas: Cosmological constraints with the effective fluid approach for modified gravity (2021)
  4. Cedeño, Francisco X. Linares; González-Morales, Alma X.; Ureña-López, L. Arturo: Ultralight DM bosons with an axion-like potential: scale-dependent constraints revisited (2021)
  5. De Felice, Antonio; Mukohyama, Shinji; Pookkillath, Masroor C.: Minimal theory of massive gravity and constraints on the graviton mass (2021)
  6. De Felice, Antonio; Mukohyama, Shinji; Pookkillath, Masroor C.: Addressing (H_0) tension by means of VCDM (2021)
  7. Esteban, Ivan; Salvado, Jordi: Long range interactions in cosmology: implications for neutrinos (2021)
  8. Giesel, Eileen; Reischke, Robert; Malte Schäfer, Björn; Chia, Dominic: Information geometry in cosmological inference problems (2021)
  9. Hashim, Mahmoud; El Hanafy, Waleed; Golovnev, Alexey; El-Zant, Amr A.: Toward a concordance teleparallel cosmology. I: Background dynamics (2021)
  10. Hashim, Mahmoud; El-Zant, Amr A.; El Hanafy, Waleed; Golovnev, Alexey: Toward a concordance teleparallel cosmology. II: Linear perturbation (2021)
  11. Heisenberg, Lavinia; Villarrubia-Rojo, Hector: Proca in the sky (2021)
  12. Jaramillo Rodrǵuez, Manuel Alejandro; Romano, Antonio Enea; Vallejo-Peña, Sergio Andrés: The MESS of the CMB (2021)
  13. Mosbech, Markus R.; Boehm, Celine; Hannestad, Steen; Mena, Olga; Stadler, Julia; Wong, Yvonne Y. Y.: The full Boltzmann hierarchy for dark matter-massive neutrino interactions (2021)
  14. Schöneberg, Nils; Lucca, Matteo; Hooper, Deanna C.: Constraining the inflationary potential with spectral distortions (2021)
  15. Frusciante, Noemi; Perenon, Louis: Effective field theory of dark energy: a review (2020)
  16. Gonzalez, Mark; Hertzberg, Mark P.; Rompineve, Fabrizio: Ultralight scalar decay and the Hubble tension (2020)
  17. Amendola, Luca; Dirian, Yves; Nersisyan, Henrik; Park, Sohyun: Observational constraints in nonlocal gravity: the Deser-Woodard case (2019)
  18. Asghari, Mahnaz; Jiménez, Jose Beltrán; Khosravi, Shahram; Mota, David F.: On structure formation from a small-scales-interacting dark sector (2019)
  19. Casalino, Alessandro; Rinaldi, Massimiliano; Sebastiani, Lorenzo; Vagnozzi, Sunny: Alive and well: mimetic gravity and a higher-order extension in light of GW170817 (2019)
  20. Cedeño, Francisco X. Linares; Montiel, Ariadna; Hidalgo, Juan Carlos; German, Gabriel: Bayesian evidence for (\alpha)-attractor dark energy models (2019)

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