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Paper: Radio to X-Ray Observation of Quasars
Volume: 6, Twenty Years of ADASS
Page: 497
Authors: Wilkes, B.; McDowell, J.
Abstract: Quasars are milti-wavelength emitters, with roughly equal energy output per decade from far-infrared through to X-ray frequencies. In recent years observations of individual quasars over this full frequency range have become increasingly possible with a corresponding increase in the amount of multi-wavelength data. By nature the data are diverse, being observed with a variety of telescopes, satellites and instruments. There is no standard software available that can combine and analyze such complex datasets. This paper describes and demonstrates the major software requirements of an investigation of quasar spectral energy distributions (SEDs) with reference to our own software (TIGER) as a useful example.
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