References of the initial Kepler sample of seismic solar-like stars with measured stellar rotation and the identified seismic solar analogs.
|References||Initial number of||Stars with||Number of identified|
|seismic solar-like stars||a measured Prota||seismic solar analogs|
|Chaplin et al. (2014) b|
|− with complementary photometric datac||503||310||11|
|− with complementary spectroscopic datad||87||57||2|
|Mathur et al. (2012) e||22||12||2|
|Metcalfe et al. (2014) f||42||32||3|
The surface stellar rotation periods, Prot, were measured by García et al. (2014).
The stellar parameters were derived using the global oscillation properties extracted from the one-month Kepler survey mode.
The photometric observations were obtained through the SDSS survey (Pinsonneault et al. 2012).
The spectroscopic observations were collected with the ESPaDOnS and NARVAL instruments (Bruntt et al. 2012).
The stellar parameters were derived using the individual seismic frequencies extracted from the one-month Kepler survey mode and spectroscopic analysis.
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