Tempo is a program for pulsar timing data analysis.
Tempo has now been imported into Sourceforge. The most recent version can be
checked out out via git:
git clone git://git.code.sf.net/p/tempo/tempo
git clone http://git.code.sf.net/p/tempo/tempo
or if you have a Sourceforge account:
git clone ssh://USERNAME@git.code.sf.net/p/tempo/tempo
Then follow the instructions in the README file.
Other pulsar timing packages
Tempo has evolved over several decades years and includes the contributions
of many authors. Among these are D. Nice, P. Demorest, I. Stairs,
R. Manchester, J. Taylor, W. Peters,
J. Weisberg, A. Irwin, N. Wex, and Y. Huang.
Work on tempo has been part of numerous projects
supported by the National Science Foundation, most recently
including grant numbers 0647820, 0968296, and 1430284 (NANOGrav Physics
Frontiers Center). Support is limited; questions should be addressed
to David Nice at Lafayette College.