A curated list of tutorials.


Built by astronomers, for astronomers.

 

More resources.

 

Want to create a project...

but don't know where to start?

These project builder cards may give you some ideas.

 

.Astronomy Hacks – Image Gallery

Website designed using the HTML5UP templates. Hosted on GitHub.

Website designed using the HTML5UP templates. Hosted on GitHub.

The .Astronomy Hacks – Image Gallery is a visual feast of hack day projects from the past eight years of .Astronomy conferences. It is a simple GitHub Pages website, built using the Multiverse HTML5 UP! template. 


The Lifecycle of Astronomers

The Lifecycle of Astronomers – Survey Results

The Lifecycle of Astronomers – Survey Results

The Lifecycle of Astronomers interactive survey was built using the D3.js Sequences Sunburst visualisation. It is a simple GitHub Pages website and repository containing the D3.js index.html and sequences.css files. 


Git Going with .draft

git going with .draft – demo website

git going with .draft – demo website

.draft is a free cloud-based service that creates a PDF highlighting changes made to your TeX file. It's integrated with GitHub so that when you push changes or create a pull request, .draft will link to the PDF either by a commit comment or through the GitHub Integrations API.


simbad the bot

SIMBAD the Twitter Bot

SIMBAD the Twitter Bot

A Twitter bot that tweets multi-wavelength GIFs of random astronomical objects every few turns of the hour-glass. Serendipitously explore the sky.


friendly Virtual Radio Iinterferometer (VRI)

Friendly Virtual Radio Interferometer

Friendly Virtual Radio Interferometer

The Friendly Virtual Radio Interferometer (VRI) is designed to simulate astronomical observations using linked arrays of radio antennas in a technique called earth rotation aperture synthesis. Built with Python. Published with GitHub Pages.


robo-ph podcast

The robo-ph podcast on iTunes

The robo-ph podcast on iTunes

The daily robo-ph podcast reads you astro-ph pre-prints, abstract by abstract.