Stingray: A Modern Python Library for Spectral Timing

@article{Huppenkothen2019StingrayAM,
  title={Stingray: A Modern Python Library for Spectral Timing},
  author={D. Huppenkothen and M. Bachetti and Amanda L Stevens and S. Migliari and P. Balm and O. Hammad and Umair Mateen Khan and H. Mishra and H. Rashid and S. Sharma and R. V. Blanco and E. M. Ribeiro},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2019},
  volume={881},
  pages={39}
}
  • D. Huppenkothen, M. Bachetti, +9 authors E. M. Ribeiro
  • Published 2019
  • Physics
  • The Astrophysical Journal
  • This paper describes the design and implementation of Stingray, a library in Python built to perform time series analysis and related tasks on astronomical light curves. Its core functionality comprises a range of Fourier analysis techniques commonly used in spectral-timing analysis, as well as extensions for analyzing pulsar data, simulating data sets, and statistical modeling. Its modular build allows for easy extensions and incorporation of its methods into data analysis workflows and… CONTINUE READING

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