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pyciss 0.9.1

Software for handling Cassini ISS data

Python utilities to work with Cassini’s ISS camera system

Fair use

If you use this software, please consider citing it:

Bibtex record:

@misc{k_michael_aye_2016_53092,
  author       = {K.-Michael Aye},
  title        = {pyciss},
  version      = {0.5.0},
  publisher    = {Zenodo},
  month        = may,
  year         = 2016,
  doi          = {10.5281/zenodo.53092},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.53092}
}

Examples

See notebooks in pyciss/tests/ for usage examples.

Installation

Several possibilities:

pypi

pip install pyciss

github

  • git clone https://github.com/michaelaye/pyciss.git (without SSH keys)
  • git clone git@github.com:michaelaye/pyciss.git (with SSH keys)

followed by: cd pyciss && pip install .

Acknowledgements

  • Miodrac Sremcevic for introducing me into some of the tricks of Saturn ring image analysis with Cassini ISS data and for producing a very nice resonance data file for the Saturn rings, here is one of his publications about it:
  • Sremčević, M., Stewart, G.R., Albers, N., Colwell, J.E., Esposito, L.W., 2008. Density Waves in Saturn’s Rings: Non-linear Dispersion and Moon Libration Effects. American Astronomical Society 40, 24.03–.
  • Morgan Rehnberg for providing me with Miodrag’s data file and answering some of my newbie questions.
  • James Huffman, John Cutler, and Matt Funk for improving the software
 
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