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Hi, this is may way of using MaximDL.Can someone check this out?regards, HubertOpen MaximDL.Select File – open : select the files you want to analyze.After the files are opened select Analyze – photometryYou get two boxes open : one information box and one photometry box.In the photometry box you see the image list with all the selected images. You can also see “tagged objects”. (Here comes the object you want to analyze). Click on the “mouse click tags as” and select new object. This new object will be Epsilon Auriga. Click on Epsilon Auriga. In the Tagged Object box “obj1” appears. Then in “mouse click tags as” click on new reference star.The reference star is the comparisonstar you will use. In this case it is Eta Auriga. In the “ref mag” box you give the magnitude of the reference star after selecting the reference star. In this case 3.172. Click view plot. You get a diagram plot with a lightcurve. Here you can see how Epsilon Auriga varies with every image. Now click “save as” and save as csv. Save this on your harddisk. Open this file and you get an excelfile with the magnitude of Epsilon Auriga compared to the comparison star from every image.Select all the magnitudes of Epsilon Auriga and average them and calculate the standard error.Done!