Toolkit for atmospheric characterization of exoplanets and brown dwarfs
species is a toolkit for atmospheric characterization of exoplanets and brown dwarfs. It provides a coherent framework for spectral and photometric analysis which builds on publicly-available data from various resources such as spectral and photometric libraries, atmospheric models, evolutionary models, photometry of directly imaged planets, and filter transmission profiles. All data are stored in a central database and there are tools available for extracting, inspecting, analyzing, and plotting of data, models, and results. The package has been released on PyPI and is actively developed and maintained on Github.
Documentation can be found at http://species.readthedocs.io.
Please cite Stolker et al. (2020) whenever results from species are used in a publication. Please also make sure to give credit to the relevant papers regarding the use of the publicly available data that species benefits from. The species logo is available for use in presentations.
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 2018-2020 Tomas Stolker
species is distributed under the MIT License. See the LICENSE file for the terms and conditions.
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