Postdoctoral Fellow, Carnegie Observatories
I use to work at Carnegie Observatories as a Research Assistant and I contributed to the data pipeline COSMOS, for reducing IMACS and LDSS3 data.
I created a package that builds the prerequisites needed by COSMOS. It has been tested with Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) and Ubuntu 11.04. It is a simple Makefile which needs to be modified for the installation path. The gcc and g77 dependencies are included with the Snow Leopard version. Obvious improvements are to make a configure script and also change g77 to gfortran. COSMOS 2.20 +dependencies (CFITSIO, PGPLOT)
Everyone these days makes their own Python distribution. I also made one, it's a little outdated. It's intended to have core scientific libraries (numpy, scipy) as well as some astronomy based libraries. SOPython
I helped develop an early beta version of the Carnegie Python distribution (CarPy) which is used in reducing data from Magellan instruments (such as MIKE and MagE). CarPy
My stable code lives here: GitHub
My private developmental code lives here: Bitbucket
My really old deprecated code lives here: code.obs.carnegiescience