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December Updates and New Tools!

EMAC_admin | Jan. 15, 2021, 2:40 p.m.

Huge Update! We've added 14 new tools to the EMAC homesite as well as added 2 new demos to our YouTube page. In our ongoing efforts to bring important and useful tools to the worldwide Exoplaneteering community we have added closed captioning in both English and Spanish to all of our YouTube demos.

Our EMAC Science Support Team has created new YouTube video demos for:

  • ATMO Generic Grid @ ExoCTK: A Generic Model Grid of Planetary Transmission Spectra
  • Lightkurve Web Interface: Easy to use Web Interface of the Lightkurve Python Package
Make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to view all our demos and follow us on Twitter @ExoplanetModels for more updates!

Lastly, here's a list of new tools posted in November:
  • POET: Planetary Orbital Evolution due to Tides - Calculate secular orbital evolution
  • Aeolus: Python Library for Object-Oriented Analysis of Atmospheric Model Output
  • pyaneti: A multi-planet Radial Velocity and Transit fit software
  • THOR: Flexible Global Circulation Model to Explore Planetary Atmospheres
  • Juliet: A Versatile Modeling tool for Transiting and Non-transiting Exoplanetary Systems
  • Wotan: Remove Trends from Time-series Data
  • xwavecal: A Blind Wavelength Calibration Algorithm for Echelle Spectrographs
  • TRICERATOPS: Bayesian Vetting and Validation Tool for Transiting Exoplanet Candidates
  • RV Jitter prediction code: Predicting RV jitter due to stellar oscillations and granulation using stellar parameters
  • Stella: Convolutional Neural Networks for Flare Identification in TESS 2-minute Data
  • Habitable-exoplanets-visualisation: Visualization of the NASA Exoplanets Archive open data of exoplanets that are similar to the Earth.
  • Lightkurve Web Interface: Easy to use Web Interface of the Lightkurve Python Package
  • EvapMass: Minimum mass of planets predictor
  • The Joker: A custom Monte Carlo sampler for the two-body problem
Happy Exploring! Stay tuned for more new features coming next month.

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