February & March Updates and New Tools!
EMAC_admin | April 2, 2021, 1:33 p.m.
It has been a busy few months at the Exoplanet Modeling and Analysis Center! We've made a few changes and added some new features to our homesite. The new "Jupyter" button will allow users to sample tools in an interactive Jupyter Notebook environment. The "Launch" button is now called the "WebApp" button where you can open up a tool's web application. For users that wish to add an interactive Jupyter notebook environment link to their published submissions or make any other changes email firstname.lastname@example.org to get a link to edit your entry.
Lastly, we have added 15 new tools! Visit the Vote page to vote for which tools you would like to see as a WebApp.
- ChromaStarPy: Transit light-curve modelling integrated with stellar atmosphere and surface intensity modeling
- ARTES: Radiative transfer of polarized light in 3D exoplanet atmospheres
- Kepler DR25 Robovetter: Automatic vetting of Kepler DR25 TCEs into Planet Candidates and False Positives
- VARTOOLS: Command-line program for analyzing astronomical time-series data
- MAYONNAISE processing pipeline: A morphological components analysis pipeline for circumstellar disks and exoplanets imaging
- Spotrod: A Semi-analytic Model for Transits of Spotted Stars
- EXOCROSS: A general program for generating spectra from molecular line lists
- ShellSpec: Lightcurves, spectra and images of binaries and exoplanets with moving circum-object materia
- kima: Exoplanet detection in RVs with DNest4 and GPs
- PlanetSlicer: Phase Curve Fitting for Emission and Reflection via the Orange Slice Model
- MCMCI: MCMC-based analysis of light curves or RV time series with interpolation within stellar isochrones
- SWEET-Cat: A catalog of stellar parameters for stars with planets
- EDI-Vetter Unplugged: Transit Signal False Positive Vetting Tool
- Exorings: Python Tools for Displaying and Fitting Giant Extrasolar Planet Ring Systems
- TTVFaster: First Order Eccentricity Transit Timing Variations (TTVs)
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Happy Exploring! Stay tuned for more new features coming next month.