A flag describing the source of the stellar effective temperature (teff_prov),
surface gravity (logg_prov), and metallicity (feh_prov). A separate flag is also
provided for the source of secondary stellar parameters (prov_sec).
The following descriptions were provided by NExScI
Data Columns page).
Note if the letter code is trailed by a number, the number corresponds
to a specific paper. That list is available via
KIC = the parameters are extracted from the Kepler Input Catalog (Brown et al. 2011). Uncertainties of Teff = 200 K, log(g) = 0.3 dex and [Fe/H] = 0.4.
J-K = the star is unclassified in the KIC, J-K has been used to estimate temperature. The host star is assumed to be on the ZAMS with corresponding log(g) based on the Schmidt-Kaler relation.
Pinsonneault = uses a revised Teff scale from Pinsonneault et al. (2012) with [Fe/H] fixed at -0.2. The quantity log(g) is taken from the KIC. Values are then revised by fitting to Yonsei-Yale stellar evolution models (Yi et al. 2001).
SPE = Spectroscopy
PHO = Photometry
TRA = Transits or Eclipsing Binaries
AST = Asteroseismology
Solar = No physical parameters are known for this object and so the pipeline used Solar values. These values were used directly without fitting.
The internal parameters (R, M, rho) codes:
DSEP = Based on Dartmouth Stellar Evolution Program. DSEP given without a reference number corresponds to values derived with the model grid presented in Huber et al. 2013.
MULT = Based on multiple evolutionary tracks/isochrones, including DSEP