pyKLIP: PSF Subtraction for Exoplanets and Disks
A python library for PSF subtraction for both exoplanet and disk imaging. It uses a parallelized and optimzied implmentation of KLIP that supports ADI, SDI, and RDI with a variety of tunable parameters. For characterization, forward modelling tools include a suite of tools built off KLIP-FM for astrometry, spectroscopy, planet detection, and disk modelling. pyKLIP is modular and supports data from the Gemini Planet Imager, P1640, Keck/NIRC2, MagAO/VisAO, and SPHERE, with more on the way.
Want to get started? Check out the quick GPI KLIP tutorial for the basics of pyKLIP.
Development led by Jason Wang. Contributions made by Jonathan Aguilar, JB Ruffio, Rob de Rosa, Schuyler Wolff, Abhijith Rajan, Zack Briesemeister, Kate Follette, Maxwell Millar-Blanchaer, Alexandra Greenbaum, Simon Ko, Tom Esposito, Elijah Spiro, Pauline Arriaga, Bin Ren, Alan Rainot, Arthur Vigan, GraÃ§a Rocha, Jacob Golomb, Johan Mazoyer and Laurent Pueyo (see contributors.txt for a details).
Wang, J. J., Ruffio, J.-B., De Rosa, R. J., et al. 2015, Astrophysics Source Code Library, ascl:1506.001
For setup instructions, example code, and API details, read the documentation online!
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