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Welcome to Pystra’s documentation!#

Date:

October 2022

Authors:

The Pystra Developers (Jürgen Hackl & Colin Caprani)

Web site:

pystra/pystra

Copyright:

This document has been placed in the public domain.

License:

Pystra is released under the GNU General Public Licence.

Version:

1.2.2

Pystra (Python Structural Reliability Analysis) is a python module for structural reliability analysis. Its flexibility and extensibility make it applicable to a large suite of problems. Along with core reliability analysis functionality, Pystra includes methods for summarizing output. Pystra is also closely integrated with the usual python scientific packages workflow, numpy and scipy; in particular, all statistical distributions in Scipy can be used in reliability modeling.

Note

If you have any problems, found bugs in the code or have feature request comments or questions, please raise an issue in the Github

Contents:

Indices and tables#