Welcome to AstroConda’s documentation!¶
AstroConda is a free software repository maintained by the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) in Baltimore, Maryland. This repository provides tools and utilities commonly used by the astronomical community.
The components provided through the astroconda channel on ssb.stsci.edu include most of the tools the user needs to work with Hubble Space Telescope (HST) data and data from other telescopes in a single Anaconda Python environment. Each of the components contains sets of packages which have also been built and tested to ensure that they work with each other in the same environment.
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- Pipeline Releases
- Keeping AstroConda “Like New”
- Could not find URL: http://ssb.stsci.edu/astroconda/...
- After “conda create -n ...” why does “source activate astroconda” fail?
- I installed AstroConda into my Anaconda ‘root’ environment. What now?
- Why am I being prompted by NumPy/SciPy with a MKL 30-day trial warning?
- How does AstroConda differ from Ureka?
- How often are updates released?
- What happened to SSBX?
- What happened to SSBDEV?
- Why isn’t IRAF installed by default?
- Why is IRAF/PyRAF less functional under Python 3?
- Why is IRAF 32-bit instead of 64-bit?
- Will AstroConda interfere with other scientific distributions (e.g. SciSoft)?
- Ds9 - Cannot select regions
- Contributing Guide
- Release Notes
- General Disclaimer