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ATpy (Astronomical Tables in Python)

As of 2013-04-29, this project may now be found at http://atpy.github.com.

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ATpy (Astronomical Tables in Python) is a Python module aimed at dealing with tables of astronomical data with a common API. To date, the following formats are supported: FITS, VO, and IPAC tables, and SQLite, MySQL, and PostgreSQL databases

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Features

  • Provides a Table class that contains data stored in a NumPy structured array, along with meta-data to describe the columns, and methods to manipulate the table (e.g. adding/removing/renaming columns, selecting rows, changing values, sorting, ...)
  • Provides built-in support for reading and writing to several common file/database formats, including FITS, VO, and IPAC tables, and SQLite, MySQL and PostgreSQL databases, with a very simple API.

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    Must-have module for any python-based astronomer.

    Posted 09/06/2009
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Programming Language

Python

Registered

2009-04-16

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