CoReCon: open Collection of Reionization Constraints

CoReCon is an open collection of constraints on various physical quantities linked to the Epoch of Reionization (EoR).

It is built to be easily complemented by contribution from the scientific community, thanks to a simple data form that supports two different ways of input data.

CoReCon takes care of loading and interpreting the data, and presenting them in an organic and ready-to-use way. It also implement simple slicing capabilities, which allow to perform simple data filtering.

Using CoReCon


CoReCon is still in the beta-testing phase. If you want to try it out, it can be installed as a python module, using:

pip install corecon


For an introduction on how to use CoReCon, check Using CoReCon: tutorial.

Function Docs

The documentation for CoReCon public functions can be found at Functions Documentation.

Reporting issues and contributing

If you find any issue with this module, please use the issues tracker.

You can contribute via the repository.


Enrico Garaldi
Post-doctoral fellow,
Max-Planck-Insitut fur Astrophysik
Garching bei Munchen, Germany
email: egaraldi ~at~ mpa-garching ~dot~mpg ~dot~ de