The latest version of DRAGONS was released on 6 April and includes full support for GMOS long-slit data. With this release, DRAGONS offers support for the science quality reduction of data from the GMOS, NIRI, GSAOI, and F2 imagers, as well as the GMOS long-slit spectrograph (including nod-and-shuffle observations). The 3.1 release also includes new data-reduction recipes, tutorials, interactive tools, an improved calibration manager, GSAOI alignment/stacking (replacing disco_stu), improved procedures for bad-pixel masks, and Python 3.10 compatibility. To get the software or for more information, please go to https://dragons.readthedocs.io/ or follow @dragonsastro on Twitter for tips and tricks.
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