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  • 23rd June. Modified Cluster_Finder class so that the overlaying plot transparency can be adjusted (useful when implementing Qt interface later). Cluster_Analysis class wrapped up and useful stats about identified clusters produced. Git adopted as a version control system for the rest of the project, first pushes to master made (hopefully breaking nothing), repository can be found on bitbucket here. Read up on photometry aperture in order to plan rest of work through the week. Still need to implement a 2d Gaussian fit of an identified cluster, planning to use curve fit for this but unsure how to proceed currently as not quite sure what I am fitting. Assuming it is the intensities f(z) for each coordinate point z = (x,y).
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  • 27 June. Created Photmetry_Aperture analysis which successfully calculates and plots relevant aperture measurements of identified clusters of stars. Full width at half height maximum method has been implemented whilst other statistical methods have corrected (RMS, Std dev, etc).
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Here the red circles identify the varying photometry aperture. Various cosmetic changes were undertaken such as changing the colourmaps for the plots and setting transparency (rgb alpha) values. Came up with an idea to create a Class_Tester class which enables easy testing of the developing codebase helping to ensure that any broken code does not get pushed to the master branch. I came up with a method to count the number of pixels within the bounding circles marked on the plots above. Here is a sample of the statistical output of the program to a terminal window thus far:

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  • 20 June Investigating (and hopefully implementation) RGB alpha overlay so that the masking of the clusters can be made transparent. Extension of the analysis script to include root mean square and full width half height maximum (FWHM).
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  • 23rd June. Modified Cluster_Finder class so that the overlaying plot transparency can be adjusted (useful when implementing Qt interface later). Cluster_Analysis class wrapped up and useful stats about identified clusters produced. Git adopted as a version control system for the rest of the project, first pushes to master made (hopefully breaking nothing), repository can be found on bitbucket here. Read up on photometry aperture in order to plan rest of work through the week. Still need to implement a 2d Gaussian fit of an identified cluster, planning to use curve fit for this but unsure how to proceed currently as not quite sure what I am fitting. Assuming it is the intensities f(z) for each coordinate point z = (x,y).
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  • 16 June: Implemeneted flood fill algorithm utilised to determine numbers of stars present in a given data file.
  • 17 June: Testing work and improving performance where possible. Testing methods to automatically determine a threshold for a given data file. If time allows, will go on to determining a distance between identified stars.
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  • 19 June: Script written that identifies clusters of points from a given .fit data file associated with an intensity above a given threshold and masks them on a plot. Analysis script written that returns the centre (using the weighted mean), widths and heights of said clusters.
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  • 20 June Investigating (and hopefully implementation) RGB alpha overlay so that the masking of the clusters can be made transparent. Extension of the analysis script to include root mean square and full width half height maximum (FWHM).
-- WillParker - 20 Jun 2014

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  • Measure positions and brightness of stars
  • Mac development via ports : py27-matplotlib (+cairo +tkinter +latex +pyside +qt4), py27-scipy, py27-ipython, pip install iminuit (py27-pip),
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  • 16 June: Implemeneted flood fill algorithm utilised to determine numbers of stars present in a given data file.
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Aim : Write a basic image analysis package, with front end Qt

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  • 16 June: Implemeneted flood fill algorithm utilised to determine numbers of stars present in a given data file.
  • 17 June: Testing work and improving performance where possible. Testing methods to automatically determine a threshold for a given data file. If time allows, will go on to determining a distance between identified stars.
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META TOPICPARENT name="StewartBoogertAstronomy"

Online image analysis

Aim : Write a basic image analysis package, with front end Qt

  • Measure positions and brightness of stars

  • Mac development via ports : py27-matplotlib (+cairo +tkinter +latex +pyside +qt4), py27-scipy, py27-ipython, pip install iminuit (py27-pip),
  • Windows :

-- WillParker - 16 Jun 2014

 
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