QMBF/MBF - News


8 June 2013
Version 5.61 of QMBF released - Release notes (.txt)
Version 5.61 of MBF released - Release notes (.txt)

22 November 2012
Version 5.52 of QMBF released - Release notes (.txt)
Version 5.52 of MBF released - Release notes (.txt)

26 October 2012
Version 5.51 of QMBF released - Release notes (.txt)
Version 5.51 of MBF released - Release notes (.txt)

22 February 2012
Version 5.50 of QMBF released - Release notes (.txt)
Version 5.50 of MBF released - Release notes (.txt)

13 November 2011
Version 5.40 of QMBF released - Release notes (.txt)
Version 5.40 of MBF released - Release notes (.txt)

9 June 2011
Version 5.30 of QMBF released - Release notes (.txt)
Version 5.30 of MBF released - Release notes (.txt)

5 April 2011
Version 5.21 of QMBF released - Release notes (.txt)
Version 5.21 of MBF released - Release notes (.txt)

2 April 2011
Version 5.20 of QMBF released - Release notes (.txt)
Version 5.20 of MBF released - Release notes (.txt)

20 March 2011
Version 5.12 of QMBF released - Release notes (.txt)
Version 5.12 of MBF released - Release notes (.txt)

8 March 2011
Version 5.11 of QMBF released - Release notes (.txt)

18 February 2011
Version 5.10 of QMBF released - Release notes (.txt)
Version 5.10 of MBF released - Release notes (.txt)

16 February 2011
Version 5.00 of QMBF released - Release notes (.txt)
Version 5.00 of MBF released - Release notes (.txt)
QMBF/MBF - Description



QMBF is an application with a graphical user interface intended for correlated least-chi^2 fitting of Euclidean two-point and three-point functions in lattice field theory. QMBF allows both unconstrained fits and Bayesian fits with Gaussian priors for the fit parameters. The program comes with a wide range of pre-defined types of model functions and also a parser which can interpret custom functions entered as standard text. An accompanying command-line program called MBF is also available. MBF can read a previously saved QMBF session file and perform the corresponding fit / bootstrap without the need for a graphical environment. See also: XMBF.