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Acknowledgements

Several of the routines were developed from ideas used by Matthew Bate and splash has been refined by many useful discussions with Matthew. The polytrope exact solution is from a routine by Joe Monaghan. I am indebted to one Thomas S. Ullrich at the University of Heidelberg who wrote the prompting module which is used throughout the program and to Roland Schmehl who wrote the excellent function parser module (made available at http://fparser.sourceforge.net). Last but not least, a huge thanks especially to all the users who have given feedback which has helped to improve splash including, but not limited to: Stefan Adami, Craig Agnor, Richard Alexander, Gabe Altay, Pau Amaro-Seoane, Alessandro Atrani, Sumedh Anathpindika, Ben Ayliffe, Andreas Bauswein, Mark Bennett, David Brown, Florian Buerzle, Paul Cornwall, Jared Coughlin, Carlos Cuesta, Daniel Cunnama, Alan Duffy, Clare Dobbs, Carrie Elliot, Claude-André Faucher-Giguère, Stefano Facchini, Juan Pablo Farias, Christoph Federrath, Laure Fouchet, Sergio Gelato, Thomas Grief, Doron Grossman, Jean-François Gonzalez, Johnny Hitti, Mark Hutchison, Vid Iršič, John Jones, Sky King, Laura Kreidberg, Guillaume Laibe, Ben Lewis, Giuseppe Lodato, David Madlener, John Mansour, Ruben Martin, Farzana Meru, Andrew McLeod, Nick Moeckel, Shazrene Mohamed, Rebecca Nealon, Chris Nixon, Alex Pettitt, Cody Raskin, John Regan, Dave Rundle, Alison Sills, Kevin Sooley, Phil Sutton, Robert Thompson, Stéven Toupin, Terry Tricco, Yusuke Tsukamoto, Sigfried Vanaverbeke, Enrique Vazquez-Semadeni Antonio Vazquez, Tim Waters, James Wurster, and Matt Young. And to everyone who has cited the splash paper!


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