ChromaStarPy: A Stellar Atmosphere and Spectrum Modeling and Visualization Lab in Python

@article{Short2018ChromaStarPyAS,
  title={ChromaStarPy: A Stellar Atmosphere and Spectrum Modeling and Visualization Lab in Python},
  author={C. Ian Short and Jason H. T. Bayer and Lindsey M. Burns},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2018},
  volume={854}
}
We announce ChromaStarPy, an integrated general stellar atmospheric modeling and spectrum synthesis code written entirely in python V. 3. ChromaStarPy is a direct port of the ChromaStarServer (CSServ) Java modeling code described in earlier papers in this series, and many of the associated JavaScript (JS) post-processing procedures have been ported and incorporated into CSPy so that students have access to ready-made data products. A python integrated development environment (IDE) allows a… 
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