gatspy: General tools for Astronomical Time Series in Python
Gatspy (pronounced as F. Scott Fitzgerald would probably pronounce it) is a collection of tools for analyzing astronomical time series in Python. Documentation can be found at http://astroML.org/gatspy/
You can install the released version of gatspy using
$ pip install gatspy
or install the source from this directory using
$ python setup.py install
The package is pure python (i.e. no C or Fortran extensions) so there should be no problems with installation on any system. Gatspy has the following dependencies:
Additionally, for some of the functionality gatspy optionally depends on:
nose for unit tests. With nosetests installed, type
$ nosetests gatspy
to run the unit tests.
The tests are run on Python versions 2.7, 3.4, and 3.5.
If you use this code in an academic publication, please consider including a citation. Citation information in a variety of formats can be found on zenodo.
Please also see our paper describing the multiband methods in this package: VanderPlas & Ivezic (2015).