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Box plotter

One of the most popular ways to compare results in particle physics is to create plots that show different results with horizontal bands (sometimes known as boxes), making comparisons easier on the eye. Unsatisfied with the quality of available solutions at the time, I created my own scripts which would make these plots for use in my thesis.

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Box plotter Box plotter

Feynman diagram maker

One of the most common diagrams that particle physicists use are Feynman diagrams. There are already a few tools that can be used to make them, but they usually have some significant drawback (including non-intuitive interface, poor quality graphics, lack of control over the final image, text only input.) This is a drag and drop style Feynman diagram maker aimed at making creation of the diagrams as quick and simple as possible. This is quite an advanced project with lots of scope for further development.

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Feynman diagram maker Feynman diagram maker

Particle multiplets

For my thesis I needed to describe many of the know mesons and baryons. To better illustrate their relation to each other I decided to create an SVG image showing a three dimensional representation in isospin and weak hypercharge space.

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Particle multiplets Particle multiplets

Reflections

A "reflection" is a term in particle physics for when a decay of one particle looks like the decay of another. It's a topic which has been studied for about fifty years, and seemed like an excellent chance to combine physics and coding.

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Reflections Reflections

Spectrum

This project was made around the same time as the Reflections project, but I cannot remember which was written first.

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Spectrum Spectrum