fits-parse: Parse FITS files

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Parse and manipulate FITS data natively in Haskell

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Versions [faq] 0.0.1
Dependencies base (>=4.7 && <5), binary (>= && <0.9), bytestring (>= && <0.11), data-default (>= && <0.8), fast-logger (>=2.4.13 && <2.5), fits-parse, JuicyPixels (>=3.3.3 && <3.4), megaparsec (>=7.0.4 && <7.1), optparse-applicative (>= && <0.15), parser-combinators (>=1.0.1 && <1.1), statistics (>= && <0.16), text (>= && <1.3), text-latin1 (>=0.3.1 && <0.4), vector (>= && <0.13) [details]
License BSD-2-Clause
Copyright Copyright (c) 2019 Zac Slade
Author Zac Slade
Category Science
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Uploaded by krakrjak at 2019-04-19T03:30:31Z
Distributions NixOS:0.0.1
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FITS - Flexible Image Transport System

This project focuses on building a Haskell native parser for FITS files. This file format is used widely by Astronomers and those analyzing astronomical data. There is currently a C library called fitsio and a Haskell wrapper for the library. However, this library can be cumbersome to use and the Haskell bindings are very thin and close to the metal of the fitsio library. This project focuses on providing good Haskell bindings and datatypes by implementing the FITS spec directly in Haskell, without the need for a C library. The reference for this work comes from NASA in the US. Conformance is currently limited to the Version 4.0 specification with no extensions. See the NASA site for more details and to download the spec.

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