Presentations at Baltimore IVOA Meeting.
Thomas.A.McGlynn at nasa.gov
Thu Sep 25 06:07:47 PDT 2008
That sounds very interesting and I'll try to take a look before the
IVOA. Will you be giving the presentation at the IVOA? I'll be setting
up a preliminary schedule of talks shortly.
Carlos Rodrigo Blanco wrote:
> We, at the Spanish VO, would like to introduce you to VOSA (VO Sed
> Analyzer), a web application developed using VO resources to fit
> observational data with theoretical models and, so, infer physical
> properties for the observed objects.
> We actually intend to give a short presentation at Baltimore about it.
> In summary, it resolves objects using the VO, retrieves photometry from
> VO catalogues, allows the user to upload his/her own photometry too,
> uses theoretical stellar models from the VO to fit the observed data and
> find values for the effective temperature, gravity and metallicity, and
> then uses theoretical isochrones and evolutionary tracks from VO servers
> to estimate values for the mass and age of the objects.
> The application is available at: http://svo.laeff.inta.es/theory/vosa
> and a paper by Bayo et al, presenting it and using it for the C69
> cluster is already accepted for publication in Astronomy and Astrophysics.
> If you find it interesting, we invite you to try it and, please, send us
> any comment about it.
> Carlos Rodrigo
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