Welcome to the SasView Marketplace!

Notice:As of October 3, 2022, the marketplace has moved to a new server. Most of the data was migrated prior to the server move and some recent data may have been missed. If you are unable to login or are missing model files, please contact help@sasview.org. The original marketplace is still available at oldmarketplace.sasview.org.

The Marketplace allows members of the SAS Community to contribute plug-in fitting models for the popular SasView data analysis program for all to use. (Please note: these plug-in models require SasView version 4.0 or later).

Contributed models should be written in Python or, if computational speed is an issue, in a combination of Python and C. You only need to upload the .py/.c source code files to the Marketplace! Python v3.8 or higher is recommended. There is some backwards compatibility with python versions as early as 2.7, but older python code cannot be guaranteed to work in the latest version of SasView.

Instructions on how to code a new plug-in model are available here. It may also be helpful to examine the library models in the \sasmodels-data\models sub-folder of your SasView installation directory.

You also have the option to upload a SasView text file of the scattering function data computed by your model. If you do this a graph of the scattering function will appear under the Marketplace entry for your model.

Disclaimer: Models are expected to be contributed to the Marketplace in good faith and with the best intentions, and come without any warranty as to their correctness and suitability for purpose. Neither the author of the model or the SasView Development Team will be held liable for any loss or damage arising from conclusions drawn from the use of a model contributed to the Marketplace. This includes models that are marked as 'verified' by the SasView Development Team.