PypeIt: Python spectroscopic data reduction pipeline

@inproceedings{Prochaska2019PypeItPS,
  title={PypeIt: Python spectroscopic data reduction pipeline},
  author={J. Prochaska and J. F. Hennawi and K. Westfall and R. Cooke and F. Wang and Tiffany Hsyu and F. B. Davies and Emanuele Paolo Farina University of California and S. Cruz and Kavli Institute for the Physics and M. Universe and University of Southern California and S. Barbara and University of California Observatories and D. University and Uk and S. Observatory and U. O. Arizona and L. Laboratory and Max Planck Institut fur Astrophysik},
  year={2019}
}
  • J. Prochaska, J. F. Hennawi, +17 authors Max Planck Institut fur Astrophysik
  • Published 2019
  • Computer Science, Physics
  • PypeIt is a Python package for semi-automated reduction of astronomical, spectroscopic data. Its algorithms build on decades-long development of previous data reduction pipelines by the developers (Bernstein, Burles, & Prochaska, 2015; Bochanski et al., 2009). The reduction procedure -- including a complete list of the input parameters and available functionality -- is provided as online documentation hosted by Read the Docs, which is regularly updated. (https://pypeit.readthedocs.io/en/latest… CONTINUE READING

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