Common analysis techniques in multi-messenger astronomy involve hypothesis tests with unbinned log-likelihood (LLH) functions using data recorded in celestial coordinates to identify sources of high-energy cosmic particles in the Universe.
We present the new Python-based tool "SkyLLH" to develop such analyses in a telescope-independent framework. The main goal of the software is to provide an easy-to-use and modularized concept to implement and to execute such LLH functions efficiently on the computer with high-performance. SkyLLH can be applied on different multi-messenger data like neutrino and gamma-ray events from experiments such as the IceCube Neutrino Observatory and the Fermi-LAT. In this contribution we highlight SkyLLH's various design goals, current development status, and prospects for its wider application in multi-messenger astronomy.