Fν was computed by calculating Fλ and then converting to Fν, which led to...
Fν was computed by calculating Fλ and then converting to Fν, which led to typical differences in fluxes of typically 1-2% and a bit more for a handful of pathological filters. Now Fν is computed directly and a bit faster. At the same time rather than computing an effective wavelength (which was more a mean wavelength), we compute the pivot wavelength, which is more appropriate when converting between Fν and Fλ.
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