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|Title:||FAMA: Fast Automatic MOOG Analysis||Authors:||MAGRINI, LAURA
|Issue Date:||2014||Journal:||Astrophysics Source Code Library||First Page:||ascl:1402.016||Abstract:||FAMA (Fast Automatic MOOG Analysis), written in Perl, computes the atmospheric parameters and abundances of a large number of stars using measurements of equivalent widths (EWs) automatically and independently of any subjective approach. Based on the widely-used <A href="http://ascl.net/1202.009">MOOG</A> code, it simultaneously searches for three equilibria, excitation equilibrium, ionization balance, and the relationship between logn(FeI) and the reduced EWs. FAMA also evaluates the statistical errors on individual element abundances and errors due to the uncertainties in the stellar parameters. Convergence criteria are not fixed "a priori" but instead are based on the quality of the spectra.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12386/12136||Bibcode ADS:||2014ascl.soft02016M|
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