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5th
May 2017
Thomas Spriggs
@tspriggs
May 05 2017 14:06
@keflavich My supervisor pointed out the actual dimensions to me, as it is a datacube, of 318x315, and so the image looks great now. If you are interested in seeing what I am doing with the data and with astropy, then should give my github a look up; the rep is there with all the code and plots.
Adam Ginsburg
@keflavich
May 05 2017 14:43
@tspriggs - this one? https://github.com/tspriggs/Gaussian-Fit-MUSE-PNe. You might be interested in http://pyspeckit.readthedocs.io/en/latest/cubes.html#pyspeckit.cubes.SpectralCube.Cube.fiteach and spectral-cube.readthedocs.io if you're working with MUSE data
Thomas Spriggs
@tspriggs
May 05 2017 15:56
Currently I am doing some work with my to-be PhD supervisor to port his fitting via IDL to python, with MUSE being the subject of the data. I started the work back in Feb. while I was applying for the PhD, and then it turned out I got the MUSE position any way, looking at Planetary Nebuulae
I haven't actually seen this pyspeckit, so thanks for the heads up @keflavich
Adam Ginsburg
@keflavich
May 05 2017 16:01
@tspriggs there's also https://github.com/afmcl/MUSEpy (based on spectral-cube) and mpdaf (http://mpdaf.readthedocs.io//en/stable/) which is developed by the MUSE team; there are lots of tools for MUSEing apparently...
Thomas Spriggs
@tspriggs
May 05 2017 16:12
@keflavich nice pun, I will give each a look at, it will probably be of great use down the line, currently writing my own scripts helps me understand the processes too