Our latest EPSL paper is online in early September 2018. The title is "Tracking variable sedimentation rates and astronomical forcing in Phanerozoic paleoclimate proxy series with evolutionary correlation coefficients and hypothesis testing" by Mingsong Li, Lee Kump, Linda Hinnov, and Michael Mann.

It presents an easy-to-use and powerful method (eCOCO) for tracking sedimentation rates and the evaluation of astronomical forcing. 

Li, M., Kump, L.R., Hinnov, L.A., Mann, M.E., 2018. Tracking variable sedimentation rates and astronomical forcing in Phanerozoic paleoclimate proxy series with evolutionary correlation coefficients and hypothesis testing. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 501, 165-179.

The 50 days‘ free download link: https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1XgmE,Ig4DCKr 
The software used in the article (Acycle) can be find at https://github.com/mingsongli/acycle 
A very very preliminary software User's Guide can be find at

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