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This repository may be downloaded by using a command line interface: 1. installing osfclient - `conda install osfclient` - or `pip install osfclient` 2. cloning `osf -p v5kzn clone` All data analysis and representation was accomplished using `Python 3.5` with a single script ``. Simulations are also preformed using this script. We use a library called `WrightTools` to aid in data import and representation. In order to execute ``, `WrightTools` should be installed. This can be accomplished with `conda` or `pip`. - `conda install WrightTools=2.13.9` - `pip install WrightTools==2.13.9` in which the version of `WrightTools` that was used in the workup is installed (newer versions are available). ## Description of data files There are 3 `.data` files needed to generate the figures in the main text. The `.data` format is the raw format used by our instrumentation software. These files are * `[w2, w1].data` * `[w1, w2]` * `[w1, wm].data` There are 6 `.data` and 2 `.coset` files used to generate SI figures. * `Powercurve [w1].data` * `Powercurve [w2].data` * `Tunetest [w1].data` * `Tunetest [w2].data` * `SDC [w1].data` * `SDC [w2].data` * `w1_d2 - 2017-02-23 73369.coset` * `w2_d1 - 2017-02-23 73337.coset` `.data` and `.coset` files are plain-text files with headers. The file `sapphire.csv` contains the refractive index of Sapphire [as referenced in the text] and is required to calculate the phase and group velocities of our electric fields. ## Instructions for figure generation In order to run our figure generation script, the following ought to be accomplished: 0. Obtain [`Python 3.5`]( or later. (see Note 1 at bottom) 1. Obtain the [SciPy software stack]( (see Note 1 at bottom) 2. Obtain `WrightTools`. The easiest ways to get the current stable version is to use pip or conda from your command line. `pip install wrighttools` or `conda install wrighttools`. (see Note 2 at bottom) 3. Run the `` script. ## Notes 1. We find it easiest to use the excellent, free [Anaconda distribution]( to get Python and the SciPy stack on our machines. 2. Alternatively, you can download from [GitHub]( and ensure that it is located in your PYTHONPATH. This folder should be downloaded and then the user should run `python install` while in the same directory as the WrightTools `` script.
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