This tool extracts high resolution light curves from the GERLUMPH maps, sampled according to some LSST observing strategy, and is described in detail in Neira, Anguita, & Vernardos (2019).
The source can be set to be either a series of analytical profiles, or uploaded custom user profiles. Once the remaining parameters are also set, the light curves will be computed on Swinburne's gSTAR supercomputer.
The format of the output data is described in the Guide to data. We further provide two python programs to extract and plot the light curve data. These auxilliary programs, together with the main simulations code and instructions on how to install and run it can be found here:
Currently there is a limit of 10,000 requested light curves per batch.