Karma is a toolkit for interprocess communications, authentication, encryption, graphics display, user interface and manipulating the Karma network data structure. It contains KarmaLib (the structured libraries and API) and a large number of modules (applications) to perform many standard tasks. A suite of visualisation tools are distributed with the library.


The main Karma home page documents the current beta version of Karma,


If you use the C shell, type:
source /usr/local/karma/.login
If you use Bash, type:
. /usr/local/karma/.karmarc
and your paths will be set up.

You could put this in your .cshrc file. But this may cause iraf to stop working as it sets some enviromnent variables which could clash with ones iraf is using.


Karma is maintained now only for portability fixes. The documents here are for the last ever version of Karma, 1.7.25.


If you use this software and its use leads to a publication, please let me know, and include one of the references below in your publication:

Rhys Morris
Last modified: Wed Jan 21 16:27:47 2015