Reference: van Dokkum, P. G. 2001, PASP, 113, 1420
Photometric redshift code, developed and maintained by Gabriel Brammer. EAzY stands for Easy and Accurate photometric redshifts (=z) from Yale (where the code was first developed). The EAzY website contains documentation and download information. Although not all papers that reference the code have used it, this list gives an indication of its popularity in the community.