Included are also translations of some IDL Astronomy User’s
which are released under terms of BSD-2-Clause
AstroLib.jl‘s functions are not drop-in replacement of those
procedures, Julia standard data types are often used (e.g.,
type instead of generic string for dates) and the syntax may slightly
An extensive error testing suite ensures old fixed bugs will not be brought back by future changes.
AstroLib.jl is available for Julia 0.4 and later versions, and can
be installed with Julia built-in package
manager. In a
Julia session run the command
You may need to update your package list with
Pkg.update() in order
to get the latest version of
After installing the package, you can start using
AstroLib.jl is developed on GitHub at
https://github.com/giordano/AstroLib.jl. You can contribute by providing
new functions, reporting bugs, and improving documentation.
AstroLib.jl package is licensed under the MIT “Expat” License. The original author is Mosè Giordano.
This project is a work-in-progress, only few procedures have been translated so far. In addition, function syntax may change from time to time. Check TODO.md out to see how you can help. Volunteers are welcome!
Every function provided has detailed documentation that can be accessed at Julia REPL with
julia> @doc FunctionName
The following is the list of all functions provided to the users. Click on them to read their documentation.