FASMA is a tool to analyze stellar spectra as described in
Andreasen et al. 2016
and Tsantaki et al. 2017 (in prep. for the synthesis).
FASMA comes with four different drivers to analyze a spectrum, all
described below in detail.
Any questions, issues, or suggestions are encouraged. See contact for details in how to get in touch with us.
Please cite the papers mentioned above if you use FASMA in your research. We are also interested in seeing non published research, so we can improve FASMA for a larger group of researchers.
There are four different drivers: EW, EW method, synthesis method, and abundances described below. When hovering the mouse over the options, a small description will appear.