ExoPix: Applying PSF Subtraction with pyKLIP to JWST
Tutorials to aid in understanding simulated data from the James Webb Space Telescope and estimate its performance imaging exoplanets.
The functions utilized in this notebook require Python version 3.8.5 or above.
To use these notebooks in your global environment, you'll need to install the packages in our requirements.txt. You can do this by running the following:
pip install -rf requirements.txt
Run in a virtual environment using pipenv. This will ensure that your dependency graph is compatible.
pip3 install pipenv git clone https://github.com/jeaadams/JWST-ERS-Pipeline.git cd JWST_ERS_Pipeline python3 -m pipenv shell
Alternatively, if you're on MacOS, you can install pipenv using Homebrew:
brew install pipenv git clone https://github.com/jeaadams/JWST-ERS-Pipeline.git cd JWST_ERS_Pipeline pipenv shell
Then, you can install all the necessary packages with the following:
Once you've cloned our repository and set up all the necessary packages, you can open and run our tutorials!
cd tutorials jupyter notebook
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