In this software demo I run through the Lightkurve package's frequency-domain analysis tools, and the new tools used to estimate rudimentary stellar and asteroseismic parameters for solar-like oscillators.
The majority of the talk was a demonstration using these tools on a Kepler Main-Sequence target in a Jupyter Notebook. An annotated version of this notebook can be found here: https://github.com/ojhall94/TASC5_lightkurve/blob/master/Notebooks/Colab-Rudy-example.ipynb, with a link to a Google Colab version.
There are also examples with K2 and TESS data, which can be found on on GitHub here: https://github.com/ojhall94/TASC5_lightkurve
Note: there are hyperlinks taking you to guides on how to collaborate and contribute to lightkurve, which are accessible if you download the slides!