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Offline Giorgio

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AperturePhotometry script
« on: 2013 August 24 02:43:53 »
Hello Andres
I started to experiment with your script photometry, the subject is PNVJ20233073 +2046041. This is the first time I try to do photometry and I'm in trouble to create the graph of the light curve.
I thought that at the end of the process created a graph with the light curve?
I find the destination folder file exel perhaps I have to use that data? how do I get the graphics with the curve.
Can you give me some help, thank you.

Offline Andres.Pozo

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Re: AperturePhotometry script
« Reply #1 on: 2013 August 24 06:07:04 »
You can use any application that can read text files and generate graphs. I use Excel.

I have a plans for a DifferentialPhotometry script that can generate graphs but I don't know when I will be able to finish it.

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Re: AperturePhotometry script
« Reply #2 on: 2013 August 24 08:07:58 »
Google docs is also pretty good at generating graphs. OpenOffice or one of its other versions is also an alternative. I also use Excel and it's the best but also the most $$ :)

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