[AstroPy] iraf-like library?

martin martinberoiz at gmail.com
Thu Dec 5 13:55:37 EST 2013

Thanks, I realize now that my question might have been a bit off-topic since this is a
list for the Astropy package, but I thank your replies.

This is what I needed, thanks.


On Dec 5, 2013, at 12:58 AM, Robert Czanik <20175132 at nwu.ac.za> wrote:

> Hi Martin
> There is a Python suite called astropysics which includes some photometric routines.
> You can find it through pip or the website is: http://pythonhosted.org/Astropysics/
> Regrards
> Vrywaringsklousule / Disclaimer: http://www.nwu.ac.za/it/gov-man/disclaimer.html
> >>> Martin Beroiz <martinberoiz at gmail.com> 12/03/13 9:55 PM >>>
> Hello all, 
> I'm a newbie and I'm trying to do some photometry in python without getting into iraf.
> Probably this has been asked many times, but I couldn't find an answer.
> Is there any equivalent python library that works like iraf? I don't mean pyraf because 
> that would require installing iraf am I right?
> I plan to build some pipeline in python and I would like to make it iraf-independent.
> I particularly would like to do stuff like daophot and also any tool that can find individual 
> sources on an image (or at least count them). 
> Thanks in advance,
> M.
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