Commit 1063dbfb authored by Moritz Huebner's avatar Moritz Huebner
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Version 1.1.3 release

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# All notable changes will be documented in this file
## [1.1.3] 2021-07-02
Version 1.1.3 release of bilby
### Added
- Added `Categorical` prior (!982)(!990)
- Added a built-in mcmc sampler (`bilby_mcmc`) (!905)(!985)
- Added run statistics to the `dynesty` meta data (!969)
- Added `cdf` method to `PriorDict` classes (!943)
### Changes
- Removed the autoburnin causing `kombine` to fail the CI tests (!988)
- Sped up the spline interpolation in ROQ (!971)
- Replaced bessel interpolant to scipy function (!976)
- Improved checkpoint stats plot (!977)
- Fixed a typo in the sampler documentation (!986)
- Fixed issue that causes ConditionalDeltaFunction posterior samples not to be saved correctly (!973)
- Solved an issue where injected SNRs were logged incorrectly (!980)
- Made Python 3.6+ a specific requirement (!978)
- Fixed the calibration and time marginalized likelihood (!978)
- Removed a possible error in the distance marginalization (!960)
- Fixed an issue where `check_draw` did not catch `np.nan` values (!965)
- Removed a superfluous line in the docs configuration file (!963)
- Added a warning about class side effects to the `GravtiationalWaveTransient` likelihood classes (!964)
- Allow `ptemcee` initialization with array (!955)
- Removed `Prior.test_valid_for_rescaling` (!956)
- Replaced deprecated numpy aliases builtins (!970)
- Fixed a bug in the algorithm to determine time resolution of ROQ (!967)
- Restructured utils module into several submodules. API remains backwards compatible (!873)
- Changed number of default walks in `dynesty` from `10*self.ndim` to `100` (!961)
## [1.1.2] 2021-05-05
Version 1.1.2 release of bilby
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VERSION = '1.1.2'
VERSION = '1.1.3'
version_file = write_version_file(VERSION)
long_description = get_long_description()
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