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Covariance tools for fitting stellar spectra

Project description

Starfish

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Starfish is a set of tools used for spectroscopic inference. We designed the package to robustly determine stellar parameters using high resolution spectral models.

Beta Version 0.3

Documentation

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Citations

If you use this code or derivative components of this code in your research, please cite our paper as well as the code.

BibTex citation
@ARTICLE{2015ApJ...812..128C,
       author = {{Czekala}, Ian and {Andrews}, Sean M. and {Mandel}, Kaisey S. and
         {Hogg}, David W. and {Green}, Gregory M.},
        title = "{Constructing a Flexible Likelihood Function for Spectroscopic Inference}",
      journal = {\apj},
     keywords = {methods: data analysis, methods: statistical, stars: fundamental parameters, stars: late-type, stars: statistics, techniques: spectroscopic, Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics, Astrophysics - Earth and Planetary Astrophysics, Astrophysics - Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics},
         year = "2015",
        month = "Oct",
       volume = {812},
       number = {2},
          eid = {128},
        pages = {128},
          doi = {10.1088/0004-637X/812/2/128},
archivePrefix = {arXiv},
       eprint = {1412.5177},
 primaryClass = {astro-ph.SR},
       adsurl = {https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2015ApJ...812..128C},
      adsnote = {Provided by the SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System}
}

@misc{ian_czekala_2018_2221006,
  author       = {Ian Czekala and
                  gully and
                  Kevin Gullikson and
                  Sean Andrews and
                  Jason Neal and
                  Miles Lucas and
                  Kevin Hardegree-Ullman and
                  Meredith Rawls and
                  Edward Betts},
  title        = {{iancze/Starfish: ca. Czekala et al. 2015 release 
                   w/ Zenodo}},
  month        = dec,
  year         = 2018,
  doi          = {10.5281/zenodo.2221006},
  url          = {https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2221006}
}

Warning!

There have been major updates since version 0.2, please see the section of the documentation that regards these changes if you are used to the old version!

Papers

Copyright Ian Czekala and collaborators 2013 - 2019 (see CONTRIBUTORS.md)

Please bear in mind that this package is under heavy development and features may evolve rapidly. If something doesn't work, please fill an issue on this repository. If you would like to contribute to this project (either with bugfixes, documentation, or new features) please feel free to fork the repository and submit a pull request!

Installation Instructions

Prerequisites

Starfish has several dependencies, however most of them should be satisfied by an up-to-date scientific python installation. We highly recommend using the Anaconda Scientific Python Distribution and updating to Python 3.6 or greater. This code makes no attempt to work on the Python 2.x series, and I doubt it will if you try. This package is tested across Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows.

To make sure you are running the correct version of python, start a python interpreter via the system shell and you should see something similar

$ python
Python 3.6.1 |Anaconda custom (64-bit)| (default, May 11 2017, 13:25:24) [MSC v.1900 64 bit (AMD64)] on win32
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> 

If your shell says Python 2.x, try using the python3 command instead of python.

Installation

For the most current release of Starfish, use the releases from PyPI

$ pip install astrostarfish

If you want to be on the most up-to-date version (or a development version), install from source via

$ pip install git+https://github.com/iancze/Starfish.git#egg=astrostarfish

To test that you've properly installed Starfish, try doing the following inside of a Python interpreter session

>>> import Starfish
>>> Starfish.__version__
'0.3.0'

If you see any errors, then something went wrong--please file an issue.

Now that you've successfully installed the code, please see the documentation on how to begin using Starfish to solve your spectroscopic inference problem.

Contributing

If you are interested in contributing to Starfish, first off, thank you! We appreciate your time and effort into making our project better. To get set up in a development environment, it is highly recommended to develop in a virtual environment. We use pipenv to manage our environments, to get started clone the repository (and we recommend forking us first)

$ git clone https://github.com/<your_fork>/Starfish.git starfish
$ cd starfish

and then create the virtual environment and install pacakges from the Pipfile with

$ pipenv install -d

and to enter the virtual environment, simply issue

$ pipenv shell

whenever you're in the starfish folder.

Take a look through the issues if you are looking for a place to start improving Starfish!

Tests

We use py.test for testing; within the virtual environment

$ pytest

Contributors

See CONTRIBUTORS.md for a full list of contributors.

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