Scattered light mapping of protoplanetary disks
diskmap is a tool for scattered light mapping of protoplanetary disks. The disk surface is parameterized with a power law profile or read from an input file. The projected radius and scattering angle are then calculated at each pixel. From this, a 3D deprojected image and a stellar irradiation corrected image are computed. Also a polarized scattering phase function is extracted and an total intensity phase function is estimated.
Please cite Stolker et al. (2016) whenever results from diskmap are used in a publication.
Contributions are welcome, please consider forking the repository and creating a pull request. Bug reports can be provided by creating an issue on the Github page.
Copyright 2020-2021 Tomas Stolker
diskmap is distributed under the MIT License. See the LICENSE file for the terms and conditions.
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