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Analysis Software & Programs

Astroquery: "Nice Python interface for querying the NASA exoplanet archive." 

https://astroquery.readthedocs.io/en/latest/nasa_exoplanet_archive/nasa_exoplanet_archive.html#

iObserve: "Mac app for planning observations. Recently moved to a web-based platform (i.e., available to move than just Mac users)" 

https://www.arcsecond.io/

Juliet: "Transit and RV fitting package like allesfitter" 

https://juliet.readthedocs.io/en/latest/

Astroplan: "Python package to build your own observation planner and transit predictor" 

https://astroplan.readthedocs.io/en/latest/

Astroplanj: "Reducing images and producing light curves" 

https://www.astro.louisville.edu/software/astroimagej/

Eleanor: "Common tool for producing light curves from 30-min TESS data" 

https://adina.feinste.in/eleanor/

Emcee: "MCMC package written by Dan Foreman-Mackey, used in a lot of the other suggested package, but convenient for writing your own mcmc routine" 

https://emcee.readthedocs.io/en/stable/

Batman: "Python package written by Laura Kreidberg to generate transit lightcurves" 

https://www.cfa.harvard.edu/~lkreidberg/batman/

Spiderman: "Phase curve generator written by Tom Louden & Laura Kreidberg to generate phase curves of exoplanets" 

https://spiderman.readthedocs.io/en/latest/

Starry: "Code written by Rodrigo Luger to make lightcurves of all kinds of unique scenarios like star spots, overlapping transits, non-uniform surface maps etc" 

https://rodluger.github.io/starry/latest/

Exofop TESS: "Database of all TESS TOIs with relevant discovery/follow up observations and data" 

https://exofop.ipac.caltech.edu/tess/

MCMCI (MCMC + Isochrones): "By Andrea Bonfanti and Michael Gillon. It's a fast Fortran code to make RV and photometry fits with a possibility to use isochrone placement algorithm to characterise the host star." 

https://github.com/Bonfanti88/MCMCI

Staralt: "Quick and convenient object visibility tool at ING site." 

http://catserver.ing.iac.es/staralt/

Aladin: "- Interactive sky atlas, useful for preparing the observations and overplotting different catalogs and images of a certain field of view." 

https://aladin.u-strasbg.fr/

NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database: "Quick SED analysis for checking of UV, X-Ray, or IR excess."

http://ned.ipac.caltech.edu/

VOSA: "Fast SED fitting." 

http://svo2.cab.inta-csic.es/theory/vosa/

General Catalog of Variable Stars (GCVS): "Useful to check if a particular star is a known variable star (also could be done through Aladin).

https://heasarc.gsfc.nasa.gov/W3Browse/all/gcvs.html

Lightkurve: "Very nice tool for retrieving Kepler & TESS photometry, performing preliminary analyses (flattening, normalizing, sigma clipping, folding, etc., also has libraries for conducting frequency analysis.

https://docs.lightkurve.org/

Allesfitter: "Transit & RV fitting package, uses emcee for Bayesian analysis, very flexible and robust, can also fit a variety of phenomena such as stellar spots, flares TTVs, etc.

https://github.com/MNGuenther/allesfitter

Exoplanet: "Similar to Allesfitter can be employed to fit a cariety of stellar objects and physical phenomena, the package uses theano and pymc3 for Bayesian analysis.

https://docs.exoplanet.codes/en/stable/

Transit Least Square: "Transit fitting algorithm, unlike Box least squares algorithm, its geometrical transit model is limb-darkened light curve with presence of ingress and egress, can be used to search for periodic signals (and assess how likely it is that those signals are real.

https://github.com/hippke/tls

VESPA: "False Positive Probability software implementation."

https://github.com/timothydmorton/VESPA

Arviz: "Amazing tool for performing Bayesian inference (it also has great visualization tools)."

 https://arviz-devs.github.io/arviz/

Wotan: "Useful for detrending/flattening photometry"

https://github.com/hippke/wotan