Planet Occurrence Rate Papers

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Author(s) and Publication Year Title Publication
Gan et al. (2024) Relative Occurrence Rate between Hot and Cold Jupiters as an Indicator to Probe Planet Migration ApJ 967 74
Su, Zhang, & Zhou (2024) Mutual occurrence ratio of planets - I. New clues to reveal origins of hot and warm Jupiter from the RV sample MNRAS 529 3958
Dattilo & Batalha (2024) A Unified Treatment of Kepler Occurrence to Trace Planet Evolution. II. The Radius Cliff Formed by Atmospheric Escape AJ 167 288
Vach et al. (2024) The occurrence of small, short-period planets younger than 200 Myr with TESS Accepted in Aj, arXiv:2403.03261
Gan et al. (2023) Occurrence Rate of Hot Jupiters Around Early-type M Dwarfs Based on Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite Data AJ 165 17
Bryan, Bayliss, & Van Eylen (2023) The occurrence rate of giant planets orbiting low-mass stars with TESS MNRAS 521 3663
Ribas et al. (2023) The CARMENES search for exoplanets around M dwarfs. Guaranteed time observations Data Release 1 (2016–2020) A&A 670 139
Yee & Winn (2023) The Period Distribution of Hot Jupiters Is Not Dependent on Host Star Metallicity ApJ 949 21
Pass et al. (2023) Mid-to-late M Dwarfs Lack Jupiter Analogs AJ 166 11
Ment & Charbonneau (2023) The Occurrence Rate of Terrestrial Planets Orbiting Nearby Mid-to-late M Dwarfs from TESS Sectors 1-42 AJ 165 265
Yang et al. (2023) Planets Across Space and Time (PAST). IV. The Occurrence and Architecture of Kepler Planetary Systems as a Function of Kinematic Age Revealed by the LAMOST-Gaia-Kepler Sample AJ 166 243
Bennette, Ranc, & Fernandes (2021) No Sub-Saturn-mass Planet Desert in the CORALIE/HARPS Radial-velocity Sample AJ 162 6
Rosenthal, L. et al (2022) The California Legacy Survey. III. On the Shoulders of (Some) Giants: The Relationship between Inner Small Planets and Outer Massive Planets ApJS 262 1
Wolthoff, V. et al. (2022) Precise radial velocities of giant stars. XVI. Planet occurrence rates from the combined analysis of the Lick, EXPRESS, and PPPS giant star surveys A&A 661A 63
Pinamonti et al. (2022) HADES RV Programme with HARPS-N at TNG XV. Planetary occurrence rates around early-M dwarfs A&A 664A 65
Vigan et al. (2021) The SPHERE infrared survey for exoplanets (SHINE). III. The demographics of young giant exoplanets below 300 au with SPHERE A&A 651 72
Koshimoto, N. et al. (2021) No Large Dependence of Planet Frequency on Galactocentric Distance ApJ 918L 8
Boley et al. (2021) Searching For Transiting Planets Around Halo Stars. II. Constraining the Occurrence Rate of Hot Jupiters AJ 162 85
Sabotta et al. (2021) The CARMENES search for exoplanets around M dwarfs. Planet occurrence rates from a subsample of 71 stars A&A 653A 114
Su et al. (2021) Demographics of Exoplanets in Binaries. I. Architecture of S-type Planetary Systems Revealed by the Radial-velocity Sample AJ 162 272
Poleski et al. (2021) Wide-orbit exoplanets are common. Analysis of nearly 20 years of OGLE microlensing survey data AcA 71 1
Kunimoto et al. (2021) Combining Transit and Radial Velocity: A Synthesized Population Model AJ 161 69
Bryson et al. (2021) The Occurrence of Rocky Habitable-zone Planets around Solar-like Stars from Kepler Data AJ 161 36
Jin, Sheng (2021) Relative occurrence rates of terrestrial planets orbiting FGK stars MNRAS 502 5302
Wittenmyer et al. (2020) Cool Jupiters greatly outnumber their toasty siblings: occurrence rates from the Anglo-Australian Planet Search MNRAS 492 377
Berger et al. (2020) The Gaia-Kepler Stellar Properties Catalog. II. Planet Radius Demographics as a Function of Stellar Mass and Age AJ 160 108
Lienhard, F. et al. (2020) Global analysis of the TRAPPIST Ultra-Cool Dwarf Transit Survey MNRAS 497 3790
Zink et al. (2020) Scaling K2. III. Comparable Planet Occurrence in the FGK Samples of Campaign 5 and Kepler AJ 160 94
Yang, Jia-Yi, Xie, Ji-Wei, & Zhou, Ji-Lin (2020) Occurrence and Architecture of Kepler Planetary Systems as Functions of Stellar Mass and Effective Temperature AJ 159 164
Bashi et al. (2020) Occurrence rates of small planets from HARPS: Focus on the Galactic context A&A 643 A106
Lu, Schlaufman, & Cheng (2020) An Increase in Small-planet Occurrence with Metallicity for Late-type Dwarf Stars in the Kepler Field and Its Implications for Planet Formation AJ 160 253
Bryson et al. (2020) A Probabilistic Approach to Kepler Completeness and Reliability for Exoplanet Occurrence Rates AJ 159 6
Kunimoto & Bryson (2020) Comparing Approximate Bayesian Computation with the Poisson-Likelihood Method for Exoplanet Occurrence Rates RNAAS 4 83
Kunimoto & Matthews (2020) Searching the Entirety of Kepler Data. II. Occurrence Rate Estimates for FGK Stars AJ 159 248
Bryson (2020) Exoplanet Occurrence Rates of Mid M-dwarfs Based on Kepler DR25 RNAAS 4 3
Martin et al. (2019) The BEBOP radial-velocity survey for circumbinary planets. I. Eight years of CORALIE observations of 47 single-line eclipsing binaries and abundance constraints on the masses of circumbinary planets A&A 624 68
Dai et al. (2019) Planet Occurrence Rate Correlated to Stellar Dynamical History: Evidence from Kepler and Gaia AJ 162 46
Bashi & Zucker (2019) Small Planets in the Galactic Context: Host Star Kinematics, Iron, and Alpha-element Enhancement AJ 158 61
Hsu, Ford, & Ragozzine (2019) Occurrence Rates of Planets Orbiting FGK Stars: Combining Kepler DR25, Gaia DR2, and Bayesian Inference AJ 158 109
He, Ford, & Ragozzine (2019) Architectures of exoplanetary systems - I. A clustered forward model for exoplanetary systems around Kepler's FGK stars MNRAS 490 4575
Herman, Zhu, & Wu (2019) Revisiting the Long-period Transiting Planets from Kepler AJ 157 248
Kawahara & Masuda (2019) Transiting Planets Near the Snow Line from Kepler. I. Catalog AJ 157 218
Mulders et al. (2019) The Exoplanet Population Observation Simulator. II. Population Synthesis in the Era of Kepler ApJ 887 157
Grunblatt et al. (2019) Giant planet occurrence within 0.2 au of low-luminosity red giant branch stars with K2 AJ 158 227
Fernandes et al. (2019) Hints for a Turnover at the Snow Line in the Giant Planet Occurrence Rate ApJ 874 81
Hardegree-Ullman et al. (2019) Kepler Planet Occurrence Rates for Mid-type M Dwarfs as a Function of Spectral Type AJ 158 75
Bryan et al. (2018) An Excess of Jupiter Analogs in Super-Earth Systems AJ 157 52
van Sluijs, L. and Van Eylen, V. (2018) The occurrence of planets and other substellar bodies around white dwarfs using K2 MNRAS 474 4603
Mulders et al. (2018) The Exoplanet Population Observation Simulator. I. The Inner Edges of Planetary Systems AJ 156 24
Pascucci et al. (2018) A Universal Break in the Planet-to-star Mass-ratio Function of Kepler MKG Stars ApJ 856L 28
Narang et al. (2018) Properties and occurrence rates of Kepler exoplanet candidates as a function of host star metallicity from the DR25 catalog AJ 156 24
Meyer et al. (2018) M Dwarf Exoplanet Surface Density Distribution: A Log-Normal Fit from 0.07-400 au A&A 612 L3
Zhu et al. (2018) About 30% of Sun-like Stars Have Kepler-like Planetary Systems: A Study of their Intrinsic Architecture ApJ 860 101
Petigura et al. (2018) The California-Kepler Survey. IV. Metal-rich Stars Host a Greater Diversity of Planets AJ 155 89
He, Triaud, & Guillon (2017) First limits on the occurrence rate of short-period planets orbiting brown dwarfs MNRAS 464 2687
Fulton et al. (2017) The California-Kepler Survey. III. A Gap in the Radius Distribution of Small Planets AJ 154 109
Meshkat et al. (2017) A Direct Imaging Survey of Spitzer detected debris disks: Occurrence of giant planets in dusty systems AJ 154 245
Mróz et al. (2017) No large population of unbound or wide-orbit Jupiter-mass planets Nature 548 183

Vigan et al. (2017) The VLT/NaCo large program to probe the occurrence of exoplanets and brown dwarfs at wide orbits. IV. Gravitational instability rarely forms wide, giant planets A&A 603A 3
Suzuki, D. et al. (2016) The Exoplanet Mass-ratio Function from the MOA-II Survey: Discovery of a Break and Likely Peak at a Neptune Mass ApJ 833 145
Wittenmyer et al. (2016) The Anglo-Australian Planet Search XXIV: The Frequency of Jupiter Analogs ApJ 819 28
Gaidos et al. (2016) They are small worlds after all: revised properties of Kepler M dwarf stars and their planets MNRAS 457 2877
Reggiani et al. (2016) The VLT/NaCo large program to probe the occurrence of exoplanets and brown dwarfs at wide orbits . III. The frequency of brown dwarfs and giant planets as companions to solar-type stars A&A 586 147
Obermeier, C. et al. (2016) Pan-Planets: Searching for hot Jupiters around cool dwarfs A&A 587A 49O
Désert et al. (2016) Low False Positive Rate of Kepler Candidates Estimated From A Combination Of Spitzer And Follow-Up Observations ApJ 804 59
Mulders et al. (2016) A Super-Solar Metallicity For Stars With Hot Rocky Exoplanets AJ 152 187
Foreman-Mackey et al. (2016) The population of long-period transiting exoplanets AJ 152 206
Lannier et al. (2016) MASSIVE: A Bayesian analysis of giant planet populations around low-mass stars A&A 596A 83
Demory et al. (2016) Probing TRAPPIST-1-like Systems with K2 ApJ 825L 25
Bonavita et al. (2016) SPOTS: The Search for Planets Orbiting Two Stars. II. First constraints on the frequency of sub-stellar companions on wide circumbinary orbits A&A 593A 38
Adams, Jackson & Endl (2016) Ultra-short-period Planets in K2 SuPerPiG Results for Campaigns 0-5 AJ 152 47
Bryan et al. (2016) Statistics of Long Period Gas Giant Planets in Known Planetary Systems ApJ 821 89
Faria et al. (2016) The HARPS search for southern extra-solar planets. XL. Searching for Neptunes around metal-poor stars A&A 589A 25
Jenkins et al. (2016) New Planetary Systems from the Calan-Hertfordshire Extrasolar Planet Search and the Core Accretion Mass Limit MNRAS 466 443
Santerne et al. (2016) SOPHIE velocimetry of Kepler transit candidates. XVII. The physical properties of giant exoplanets within 400 days of period A&A 587A 64
Dressing & Charbonneau (2015) The Occurrence of Potentially Habitable Planets Orbiting M Dwarfs Estimated from the Full Kepler Dataset and an Empirical Measurement of the Detection Sensitivity ApJ 807 45
Deacon et al. (2015) A Pan-STARRS1 study of the relationship between wide binarity and planet occurrence in the Kepler field MNRAS (February 01, 2016) 455 (4): 4212-4230.
Reffert, S. et al. (2015) Precise radial velocities of giant stars. VII. Occurrence rate of giant extrasolar planets as a function of mass and metallicity A&A 574 116
Burke et al. (2015) Terrestrial Planet Occurrence Rates for the Kepler GK Dwarf Sample ApJ 809 8
Csizmadia et al. (2015) Transiting exoplanets from the CoRoT space mission⋆. XXVIII. CoRoT-33b, an object in the brown dwarf desert with 2:3 commensurability with its host star A&A 584A 13
Mulders, Pascucci & Apai (2015) A Stellar-Mass-Dependent Drop in Planet Occurrence Rates ApJ 798 112
Silburt, Gaidos & Wu (2015) A Statistical Reconstruction of the Planet Population Around Kepler Solar-Type Stars ApJ 799 180S
Martin & Triaud (2014) Planets transiting non-eclipsing binaries A&A 570A 91
Foreman-Mackey, Hogg & Morton (2014) Exoplanet Population Inference and the Abundance of Earth Analogs from Noisy, Incomplete Catalogs ApJ 795 64
Kane, Kopparapu & Domagal-Goldman (2014) On the Frequency of Potential
Venus Analogs from Kepler Data
ApJ 794 5
Batalha (2014) Exploring Exoplanet Populations with NASA's Kepler Mission (REVIEW) PNAS 111 35
Morton & Swift (2014) The Radius Distribution of Planets Around Cool Stars ApJ 791 10
Armstrong et al. (2014) On the abundance of circumbinary planets MNRAS 444 1873
Bonfils et al. (2013) The HARPS search for southern extra-solar planets. XXXI. The M-dwarf sample A&A 549A 109
Dong & Zhu (2013) Fast Rise of "Neptune-size" Planets (4-8 R) from P ~ 10 to ~250 DaysStatistics of Kepler Planet Candidates Up to 0.75 au ApJ 778 53
Petigura et al. (2013) Prevalence of Earth-size Planets Orbiting Sun-like Stars PNAS 110 19273
Petigura, Howard & Marcy (2013) A Plateau in the Planet Population Below Twice the Size of Earth ApJ 770 69
Gaidos (2013) An Understanding of the Shoulder of Giants: Jovian Planets around Late K Dwarf Stars and the Trend with Stellar Mass ApJ 771 18
Gaidos (2013) Candidate Planets in the Habitable Zones of Kepler Stars ApJ 770 90
Kopparapu (2013) A Revised Estimate of the Occurrence Rate of Terrestrial Planets in the HZ around M-dwarfs ApJ 767L 8
Fressin et al. (2013) The False Positive Rate of Kepler and the Occurrence of Planets ApJ 766 81
Dressing & Charbonneau (2013) The Occurrence Rate of Small Planets around Small Stars ApJ 767 95
Swift et al. (2013) Characterizing the Cool KOIs. IV. Kepler-32 as a Prototype for the Formation of Compact Planetary Systems Throughout the Galaxy ApJ 764 105
Beaugé & Nesvorny (2013) Emerging Trends in a Period-Radius Distribution of Close-In Planets ApJ 763 12
Gaidos & Mann (2013) Objects in Kepler's Mirror May be Larger than they Appear: Bias and Selection Effects in Transiting Planet Surveys ApJ 762 41
Moutou et al. (2013) CoRoT: Harvest of the exoplanet program Icar 226 1625
Berta, Irwin & Charbonneau (2013) Constraints on Planet Occurrence around Nearby Mid-to-late M Dwarfs from the MEARTH Project ApJ 775 91B
Wright et al. (2012) The Frequency of Hot Jupiters Orbiting nearby Solar-type Stars ApJ 753 160
Mann et al. (2012) They Might be Giants: Luminosity Class, Planet Occurrence, and Planet-Metallicity Relation of the Coolest Kepler Target Stars ApJ 753 90
Traub (2012) Terrestrial, Habitable-Zone Exoplanet Frequency from Kepler ApJ 745 20
Howard et al. (2012) Planet Occurrence within 0.25 au of Solar-type Stars from Kepler ApJS 201 15
Bonomo et al. (2012) Detection of Neptune-size planetary candidates with CoRoT data. Comparison with the planet occurrence rate derived from Kepler A&A 547A 110
Santerne et al. (2012) SOPHIE velocimetry of Kepler transit candidates. VII. A false-positive rate of 35% for Kepler close-in giant candidates A&A 545A 76S
Guenther et al. (2012) Multi-object spectroscopy of stars in the CoRoT fields. II. The stellar population of the CoRoT fields IRa01, LRa01, LRa02, and LRa06 A&A 543A 125
Wittenmyer et al. (2011) The Frequency of Low-mass Exoplanets. III. Toward η at Short Periods ApJ 738 81
Wittenmyer et al. (2011) On the Frequency of Jupiter Analogs ApJ 727 102
Cassan et al. 2011 One or more bound planets per Milky Way star from microlensing observations  
Youdin (2011) The Exoplanet Census: A General Method Applied to Kepler ApJ 742 38
Borucki et al. (2011) Characteristics of Planetary Candidates Observed by Kepler II. Analysis of the First Four Months of Data ApJ 736 19
Catanzarite & Shao (2011) The Occurrence Rate of Earth Analog Planets Orbiting Sun-like Stars ApJ 738 151
Bayliss & Sackett (2011) The Frequency of Hot Jupiters in the Galaxy: Results from the SuperLupus Survey ApJ 743 103
Wittenmyer et al. (2010) The Frequency of Low-mass Exoplanets. II. The "Period Valley" ApJ 722 1854
Howard et al. (2010) The Occurrence and Mass Distribution of Close-in Super-Earths, Neptunes, and Jupiters Sci 330 653
O'Toole et al. (2009) The Frequency of Low-Mass Exoplanets ApJ 701 1732
Cumming et al. (2008) The Keck Planet Search: Detectability and the Minimum Mass and Orbital Period Distribution of Extrasolar Planets PASP 120 531
Gould et al. (2006) Frequency of Hot Jupiters and Very Hot Jupiters from the OGLE-III Transit Surveys toward the Galactic Bulge and Carina AcA 56 1
Marcy et al. (2005) Observed Properties of Exoplanets: Masses, Orbits, and Metallicities PThPS 158 24

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