A thousand ways to cook a spectrum!
To get a copy of Astrocook on your local machine:
git clone https://github.com/DAS-OATs/astrocook
Astrocook requires the following packages to run:
- Astropy 4.0
- SciPy 1.3.1
- Specutils 0.6
- NumPy 1.17.3
- LmFit 1.0.0
- Cycler 0.10.0
- StatsModels 0.10.1
- matplotlib 3.1.1
- Sphinx 2.2.0
- wxPython 4.0.4
- tqdm 4.36.1
For all other information, please refer to the Astrocook GitHub pages.
If you publish scientific results obtained with Astrocook, please cite this article in the references:
- Cupani et al., Astrocook: your starred chef for spectral analysis, 2020, Proc. SPIE 11452, 114521U (SPIE digital library)
v1.0.0 - First official release, with expanded recipe cookbooks and built-in logging and scripting tools
v0.3 – Transition to Python 3; complete makeover of classes and methods
v0.2 - First release with a DOI; GUI available; tools for finding lines, determining continuum, and fitting systems
v0.1 - Start of the project
Astrocook is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPLv3).
The project is carried out at INAF-OATs with the contributions of Valentina D'Odorico, Stefano Cristiani, and Giuliano Taffoni.