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[ascl:2012.006] Robovetter: Automatic vetting of Threshold Crossing Events (TCEs)

The DR25 Kepler Robovetter is a robotic decision-making code that dispositions each Threshold Crossing Event (TCE) from the final processing (DR 25) of the Kepler data into Planet Candidates (PCs) and False Positives (FPs). The Robovetter provides four major flags to designate each FP TCE as Not Transit-Like (NTL), a Stellar Eclipse (SS), a Centroid Offset (CO), and/or an Ephemeris Match (EM). It produces a score ranging from 0.0 to 1.0 that indicates the Robovetter's disposition confidence, where 1.0 indicates strong confidence in PC, and 0.0 indicates strong confidence in FP. Finally, the Robovetter provides comments in a text string that indicate the specific tests each FP TCE fails and provides supplemental information on all TCEs as necessary.

Code site:
https://github.com/nasa/kepler-robovetter
Described in:
https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2018ApJS..235...38T
Bibcode:
2020ascl.soft12006C
Keywords: NASA, Kepler

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