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Well, not just IRSA tools, but mostly IRSA tools...
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=Most coherent, developed, tested materials=
 
=Most coherent, developed, tested materials=
  
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* [[How can I make a color composite image using Spitzer and/or other data?]] - vintage wiki materials (look at history to see who/when edited it)
 
* [[How can I make a color composite image using Spitzer and/or other data?]] - vintage wiki materials (look at history to see who/when edited it)
 
* [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tfuvWvY8rypsKzaL73nvTv4u_E-PMMy6igtRe8yxwh0/edit?usp=sharing Constructing 3-color astronomical images (using IRSA)] online classroom-tested lab, from Jimmy Newland
 
* [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tfuvWvY8rypsKzaL73nvTv4u_E-PMMy6igtRe8yxwh0/edit?usp=sharing Constructing 3-color astronomical images (using IRSA)] online classroom-tested lab, from Jimmy Newland
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* [http://event.pencilcode.net/home/hoc2014/ Pencil Code] labs on making color images (uses web-based coding)
  
 
=Other important CoolWiki pages=
 
=Other important CoolWiki pages=

Revision as of 00:13, 14 November 2020

Well, not just IRSA tools, but mostly IRSA tools...

Most coherent, developed, tested materials

Other important CoolWiki pages

Somewhat less coherent (or less standalone) materials

Other sources of interest