Discussion / requirements (and maybe some playing around) for a python-based crater size-frequency dating, by Greg Michael.
Notes from the speech/discussion:
- code refactoring in Python (version >= 3)
- code development on git: platform GitHub
- test driven development
- documentation, also historical!
- backward compatibility with Craterstats input formats
- introduce input compatibility with OGC/Ogr formats
- user friendly installation (via pip and conda)
- basic plot interface included in first release
- OS license: Credits to the original author
Note: you could also use and create a new category in http://openplanetary.discourse.group/c/community-projects
Is there any news on this?
BTW, we do have already a repo on OP that could be used (currently private and with not much in, apart from a team…).
I think this could easily go public, too (again, not much in so far)
I’d be interested in using / possibly contributing to this! Is there a process for joining the OP GitHub org?
Hi Christian, I just added you to the OP planetary chronology team, but please note that this is part of an earlier discussion (see this thread) and that some more had been discussed at the VESPA mapping workshop and - I guess - beyond, @afrigeri and Greg Michael (on OP Slack, too) should have some fresher info. We could iterate / document here on with issues. Feel free to get in touch with Ale and Greg.
I’m a grad student at UC Berkeley, and have found myself quite interested in the mathematics of the crater size-frequency chronology. Do you, or anybody else on this thread, know of how I can get access to the source code used in Craterstats? It seems like folks here are considering putting the code into python, which I have to imagine means the source code is available somewhere. Is this publicly available?
Thanks for aiding an interested grad student!
Greg implemented his craterstats in Python 3.8 already! I’m sure he would welcome feedback and help writing tests for it:
Thank you both, this is exactly what I was looking for. I’ll look forward to Greg’s presentation!