Analyzing Data with VStar - New CHOICE course!

American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO)
Wed, 06/07/2017 - 19:04

Have you passed the basic VStar course and would like to understand more about what it is doing, how to apply it, and how to interpret the results?

For example...

Do any of these 3 sets of data have statistically significant signal? How can you determine if they do?

Can you spot the frequencies present in this data? 

Can you Identify the “real” signal frequencies in this Periodogram?

How about this one? It has the same signals as the previous one. What makes the difference?

How do you get all of these frequencies (and their corresponding periods) from the light curve of a eclipsing Binary system? Are they really in the light curve?

Does your enquiring mind want to know?

Now is your chance to learn the answers to these questions and more by signing up for the CHOICE course "Analyzing Data with VStar" which is being taught for the first time ever June 19 - July 11.

To read more and sign up for this course please click the appropriate link:
AAVSO Member
Non-Member ($50)