Infer the stellar obliquity distribution of transiting planet systems.
Infer the stellar obliquity distribution of transiting planet systems, following Morton & Winn (2014).
Makes use of the simpledist package, which will be installed as a dependency with installation of this package.
There are two main tasks this package does:
- Calculate posteriors of cos(I) given measurements of Rstar, Prot, Vsin(I).
- Infer the Fisher distribution parameter $kappa$ given a sample of cos(I) posteriors.
See below for a quick intro, and the notebook demo for more.
$ pip install [--user] obliquity
Or clone the repository and install:
$ git clone https://github.com/timothydmorton/obliquity.git $ cd obliquity $ python setup.py install [--user]
from obliquity.distributions import Cosi_Distribution cosi_dist = Cosi_Distribution((1.3,0.1),(15,0.3),(3.5,0.5)) #Radius, Prot, VsinI cosi_dist.summary_plot()
In addition to the obliquity module, this package also installs a few command-line scripts.
write_cosi_dist: This calculates a Cosi_Distribution given input parameters, and writes the distribution to file (.h5 format that can be easily re-loaded back). e.g.,
$ write_cosi_dist test.h5 -R 1.3 0.1 -P 14 0.3 -V 4 0.5
After having done this, you could launch up python and read in the distribution as follows:
from obliquity import Cosi_Distribution_FromH5 cosi_dist = Cosi_Distribution_FromH5('test.h5') cosi_dist.summary_plot()
This is particularly useful for running batch jobs and doing more analysis later.
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