|Boyajian's Star as observed by AAVSO and ASAS-SN in V and R bands. The dashed vertical lines are dips.|
If you would like to see the data I plot or the R scripts I plot it with, please feel free to go over the GitHub: https://github.com/pdcarr/Boyajians_R
On GitHub I have all the data I've accumulated in the data folder, so you don't have to go look for it. I keep it up to date as best I can. I use R to plot and fit the data because R is free, robust, and pretty easy to script. As always, there is more than one way to do it. I will consider accepting pull requests, BTW.
Over on reddit, we try to keep everyone up to date on what the light curve is up to. The subreddits to look on are KIC8462852 and KIC8462852_Analysis. As we discussed on our last Burst, there is an ongoing project initiated by Tabby to track the long term trend in the star as function of color using a steady cadence of data from Las Cumbres. You can still get involved with that if your are interested.