Prerequisites. You have reprocessed one or more observations and saved them to disk as explained in Section 1.10 .
You can pack data held in local pools on your disk so that you can send them to other HIPE users. Follow these steps:
Choose . → → →
The Export Herschel data from HIPE view opens.
From the Input Pool drop-down list select the pool that contains the data you want to export.
If you want to export the whole pool. Click and enter the name of the zip file the data will be exported to.
If you want to export one or more observations from the pool. .
Click . The full observations contained in the pool appear in the Observations area.
Select the observations you want to export from the list.
Choose the export data format from the drop-down list at the bottom of the view. You can choose among compressed tar (recommended), uncompressed tar and loose files (unpacked directory).
Click and enter the name of the file the observations will be exported to.
What is meant by HSA hierarchical structure is the same hierarchical directory structure of the data downloaded from the HSA. The format of individual files is FITS.
This view makes use of the
task, documented in the
User's Reference Manual
Section 1.131, “exportObservation”
Where do I go from here? Now you can send the zip or tar file you produced to other users. This is how they can load your data into their HIPE installation:
If you exported your pool by clicking
Other users can extract the zip file into their local pool
in their home directory)
and find your data via the Product Browser as explained in
If you exported one or more observations by clicking . . Other users can uncompress the tar files and load the observations into HIPE as described in Section 1.5 .