|Image Processing and Data Analysis
[open source - Unix, WinNT] The next generation AIPS software.
[open source - Unix, and VMS] A software package for interactive (and, optionally, batch) calibration and editing of radio interferometric data and for the calibration, construction, display and analysis of astronomical images made from those data using Fourier synthesis methods.
[open source - Unix, OpenVMS] A general-purpose software system for the reduction and analysis of astronomical data. IRAF is written and supported by the IRAF programming group at the National Optical Astronomy Observatories (NOAO) in Tucson, Arizona.
[open source - Linux/Unix, VAX/VMS/OpenVMS] General tools for image processing and data reduction with emphasis on astronomical applications including stellar and surface photometry, image sharpening and decomposition, as well as imaging and special reduction packages for ESO instrumentation.
[open source - Unix] A highly interactive software system for the reduction and display of astronomical data.
[commercial - DOS, Win3.1] CCD image processing software for amateur astronomers. Handles most file and camera formats. Allows tricolor imaging and 'track-and-stack as well'.
[commercial - multiplatform] Data analysis, visualization, and cross-platform application development software.
[commercial - multiplatform] Advanced visual data analysis software.
[commercial, demo available - Win95/98/NT/2000] Image processing and CCD camera control software for astronomical imaging. Supports Apogee, Celestron, FLI, HiSIS, Meade, SBIG, and Starlight Xpress CCD cameras; video cameras, autoguiders, and filter wheels. ASCOM compliant.
GPL implementation of a seeing simulator and deconvolution via Cross-spectrum and Bi-spectrum. Features operational information, sample output and download.