[AstroPy] python sextractor
Sat Feb 13 16:34:33 CST 2010
Wayne, you can find SExtractor here:
It's primarily geared towards finding astronomical on FITS - standard
images. NB that some searches will point you to terapix's website, this will
just take you on to astromatic.
I don't think there is a windows version, but I may be wrong.
On Sat, Feb 13, 2010 at 11:06 AM, Perry Greenfield <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> There was an effort a few years ago to make a C interface to
> SExtractor available that was on sourceforge. I don't think that went
> anywhere. The main issue is that one probably needs to refactor the
> existing code to remove the I/O from the computational routines to
> enable to use it effectively from Python.
> I still think it is a good idea. It would need some cooperation from
> the developer though (we wouldn't want to fork it for example).
> On Feb 13, 2010, at 4:52 AM, Wolfgang Kerzendorf wrote:
> > Dear all,
> > I'm interested in using sextractor purely in python. For the last
> > couple of years I have been calling sextractor from python and
> > reading in the resulting catalogue. I wonder if people have wrapped
> > sextractor's c-code with cython.
> > It would be great if sextractor worked on numpy arrays (or pyfits
> > objects) and that you could do things individually (like the
> > background map and so on). Any ideas?
> > cheers
> > Wolfgang
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