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VPhot Tutorial Demo Images

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wkautter
VPhot Tutorial Demo Images

I'm a new member and would like to start using VPhot to analyze images in the next week or so. It would be very helpful to have the demo images as I go through the tutorial. Does anyone know where I can find them. Your help would be greatly appreciated.

 

Bill Kautter

swadhwa
Demo Files

I know this is an old thread however any chance someone could load some demo images to my account

username swadhwa

 

Sorry posted to wrong thread - will not let me delete

 

Thanks in advance

 

B.P.Vietje
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Demo Files for VPhot

I believe your Observer Code is what's needed to share images in VPhot.

I could share some to help you learn, but they should not be reported, as they will have been previously reported by another observer (possibly me)

Clear skies,

 

Brad Vietje, VBPA

Newbury, VT

swadhwa
Observer code

Thanks for your reply

My obsever code is WMX

I will only use the images to practice the steps outlined in the tutorials before loading my own images 

Thanks in advance

Serge

B.P.Vietje
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Demo Files for VPhot

Serge,

 

I have shared 10 images in B & V filters of XZ Cyg from last week.  These have already been reported to the AAVSO database, but should be good for practice.  These were images with a 17" Planewave (43 cm, f/6.8);  images aquired with MaxIm DL, and reduced with bias-,dark-, and flat frames.

Best wishes,

 

Brad Vietje, VBPA

Newbury, VT

swadhwa
Thank you +++

Brad,

 

Thank you very much - much appreciated.

Is there any way to download the summary timeseries report?

Serge

MZK
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NGC1252

Hi Serge:

Just shared some images (BVRI) from BSM-S to you. They are images of NGC1252, a standard southern cluster that is used for generating transformation coefficients. You can also learn how to use TransformationGenerator (TG) if you wish.

Also shared a time series of rw dra taken in V filter on my SN8F4.

HTH, Ken (MZK)

swadhwa
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Thank you very much

 

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