Windows 7 support
Peranso 2.40 features full Windows
Vista and Windows 7 (32/64 bit)
compatibility, next to several other
Peranso 2.11 comprises the Planetary
Transit AoV method, a brand new
and very efficient method to
search for planetary transits in stellar
light curves, invented by A.
features the Phase
Binned AoV (Analysis of Variance)
period analysis method, designed by A.
Schwarzenberg-Czerny. This method is
commonly used by professional astronomers
on a wide variety of variable stars.
Peranso 2.0 boosts many new product features and
greatly enhances existing functions. Asteroid
light curve work got a strong
focus, through (1) the addition of Dr. Alan
Harris' [JPL] famous Fourier
Analysis method, (2)
the ability to plot and use magnitude
error bars in period analysis routines,
(3) the ability to set the base time for
period calculations in hours (instead of
days, which is more common for variable
Read more about the new functions in
Peranso 1.37 features the
EASolver method (Wils) for period determination
of eclipsing Algol-type (EA) binaries.
Peranso 1.33 features the
EEBLS method (Kovacs,
This is a box-fitting algorithm to search for exoplanet transits in
offers a Lightcurve Workbench tool, that allows sophisticated light curve
analyses, such as data binning with
error bar plots, polynomial fitting,
extremum finding, etc.