PyAutoLens: Open-Source Strong Gravitational Lensing

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James. W. Nightingale (0000-0002-8987-7401), Richard G. Hayes, Ashley Kelly (0000-0003-3850-4469), Aristeidis Amvrosiadis (0000-0002-4465-1564), Amy Etherington, Qiuhan He (0000-0003-3672-9365), Nan Li (0000-0001-6800-7389), XiaoYue Cao, Jonathan Frawley (0000-0002-9437-7399), Shaun Cole (0000-0002-5954-7903), Andrea Enia (0000-0002-0200-2857), Carlos S. Frenk (0000-0002-2338-716X), David R. Harvey (0000-0002-6066-6707), Ran Li (0000-0003-3899-0612), Richard J. Massey (0000-0002-6085-3780), Mattia Negrello (0000-0002-7925-7663), Andrew Robertson (0000-0002-0086-0524)


Nightingale et al., (2021). PyAutoLens: Open-Source Strong Gravitational Lensing. Journal of Open Source Software, 6(58), 2825,

@article{Nightingale2021, doi = {10.21105/joss.02825}, url = {}, year = {2021}, publisher = {The Open Journal}, volume = {6}, number = {58}, pages = {2825}, author = {James. W. Nightingale and Richard G. Hayes and Ashley Kelly and Aristeidis Amvrosiadis and Amy Etherington and Qiuhan He and Nan Li and XiaoYue Cao and Jonathan Frawley and Shaun Cole and Andrea Enia and Carlos S. Frenk and David R. Harvey and Ran Li and Richard J. Massey and Mattia Negrello and Andrew Robertson}, title = {`PyAutoLens`: Open-Source Strong Gravitational Lensing}, journal = {Journal of Open Source Software} }
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