Where can I find theoretical isochrones?

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I am currently doing a 2nd year lab report and need some theoretical isochrones to work out the age of some clusters, M15 and H+chi persei (Double Cluster).

I was going to use Seiss: http://www-astro.ulb.ac.be/~siess/server/iso.html [Broken]

But it doesn't seem to be online :(

What alternatives are there?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
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alexgmcm
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I found the data here http://stev.oapd.inaf.it/cgi-bin/cmd it is rather laborious to strip the data calculate the relevant colour index and plot it so I might make a python script to do it.

I hope this will be of use to anyone else who has the same problem and comes across this thread via the search function.
 
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I am certainly intersted in that Python script!
 

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