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# GstLAL Project
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Welcome to the GstLAL project. Please find doc pages here:
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GStreamer elements for gravitational-wave data analysis
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| `gstlal` | 1.5.0 |[docs]( | [gstlal-1.5.0.tar.gz]( |
| `gstlal-ugly` | 1.6.4 |[docs]( | [gstlal-ugly-1.6.4.tar.gz]( |
| `gstlal-inspiral` | 1.6.5 |[docs]( | [gstlal-inspiral-1.6.5.tar.gz]( |
| `gstlal-calibration` | 1.2.10 |[docs]( | [gstlal-calibration-1.2.10.tar.gz]( |
| `gstlal-burst` | 0.1.1 |[docs]( | [gstlal-burst-0.1.1.tar.gz]( |
Full documentation is provided [here](
**GstLAL** provides a suite of GStreamer elements that expose gravitational-wave data analysis tools from the LALSuite library for use in GStreamer signal-processing pipelines.
Examples include an element to add simulated gravitational waves to an h(t) stream, and a source element to provide the contents of .gwf frame files to a GStreamer pipeline.
The **GstLAL** software package is used for the following activities:
* GstLAL: Provides core Gstreamer plugins for signal processing workflows with LIGO data and core python bindings for constructing such workflows.
* GstLAL Calibration: Provides real-time calibration of LIGO control system data into strain data.
* GstLAL Inspiral: Provides additional signal processing plugins that are specific for LIGO / Virgo searches for compact binaries as well as a substantial amount of python code for post-processing raw signal processing results into gravitational wave candidate lists. Several publications about the methodology and workflow exist, see publications
* GstLAL Ugly: An incubator project for gradual inclusion in the other packages.
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