Between 12 to 19 of September 2016, we organized the Ondřejov Summer School 2016, which was held at the Stellar Stellar Department of the Astronomical Institute (Czech Academy of Sciences), in Ondřejov. The main aim of the school was to provide students hands-on experience with real observational data, i.e. to understand observations, reduce them, and discuss their results. This project-oriented activity was supplemented with lectures on various techniques and one of them was a workshop on Python and IRAF/PyRAF.
As a workshop the main focus was given to show examples that the students could repeat at the own computers. Its structure was based on a very small introductory talk and then examples of how to use Python and IRAF in real problems. With this post I make public all of this material both as a reference and as a (hopeful) help to others.
All of this work is licensed under CC-BY-SA – which means that you can work on it and expand!
If you like it and want to refer to this work, please cite it as:
G. Maravelias 2016, “Workshop on Python and IRAF/PyRAF”, Ondřejov Summer School 2016, Ondřejov, Czechia
online at: http://maravelias.info/2016/11/workshop-on-python-and-irafpyraf