is a tool for calculating phase diagrams. It uses a quadtree algorithm that tracks the phase boundary. The key advantage of this approach is that it scales with the dimension of the phase boundary instead of the full phase space. This is especially important when evaluating a single point in the phase space is an expensive operation.
Here’s an example of a (made-up) phase diagram computed with PhaseMap:
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