[model]
name = relative
low-frequency-cutoff = 30.0
high-frequency-cutoff = 1024.0
epsilon = 0.03
mass1_ref = 1.3757
mass2_ref = 1.3757
tc_ref = 1187008882.42
[data]
instruments = H1 L1 V1
analysis-start-time = 1187008482
analysis-end-time = 1187008892
psd-estimation = median
psd-segment-length = 16
psd-segment-stride = 8
psd-inverse-length = 16
pad-data = 8
channel-name = H1:LOSC-STRAIN L1:LOSC-STRAIN V1:LOSC-STRAIN
frame-files = H1:H-H1_LOSC_CLN_4_V1-1187007040-2048.gwf L1:L-L1_LOSC_CLN_4_V1-1187007040-2048.gwf V1:V-V1_LOSC_CLN_4_V1-1187007040-2048.gwf
strain-high-pass = 15
sample-rate = 2048
[sampler]
name = emcee_pt
ntemps = 4
nwalkers = 100
niterations = 300
[sampler-burn_in]
burn-in-test = min_iterations
min-iterations = 100
[variable_params]
; waveform parameters that will vary in MCMC
tc =
distance =
inclination =
mchirp =
eta =
[static_params]
; waveform parameters that will not change in MCMC
approximant = TaylorF2
f_lower = 30
#; we'll choose not to sample over these, but you could
polarization = 0.0
ra = 3.44615914
dec = -0.40808407
#; You could also set additional parameters if your waveform model supports / requires it.
; spin1z = 0
[prior-mchirp]
; chirp mass prior
name = uniform
min-mchirp = 1.1876
max-mchirp = 1.2076
[prior-eta]
; symmetric mass ratio prior
name = uniform
min-eta = 0.23
max-eta = 0.25
[prior-tc]
; coalescence time prior
name = uniform
min-tc = 1187008882.4
max-tc = 1187008882.5
[prior-distance]
#; following gives a uniform in volume
name = uniform_radius
min-distance = 10
max-distance = 60
[prior-inclination]
name = sin_angle
[waveform_transforms-mass1+mass2]
; transform from mchirp, eta to mass1, mass2 for waveform generation
name = mchirp_eta_to_mass1_mass2