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Vortex Flows in the Solar Atmosphere: Automated Identification and Statistical Analysis
Vortices on the photosphere are fundamentally important as these coherent flows have the potential to form coherent magnetic field structures in the solar atmosphere, e.g., twisted magnetic flux tubes. These flows have traditionally been identified by tracking magnetic bright points (BPs) using primarily visual inspection. This approach has the shortcoming that it introduces bias into the statistical analyses. In this work we fully automate the process of vortex identification using andoi:10.3847/1538-4357/aaf797 fatcat:6z4x2z37ozfobkxg3nkhqvghnu