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Herschel Data Products and Tools Contributor's Guide

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 Herschel data products are classified based on their processing level (from raw data to highly processed) and their contents. For an overview see the HSC Data Products pages and for a more detailed
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description please refer to the Products Definition Document. Generally,
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description please refer to the Products Definition Document. Generally,
  it is expected that contributed products will be advanced processed data of the following type:
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  • Highly processed level-2 products
  • Level-3 products, per AOR or combination of AORs (e.g., large maps, spectral surveys)
  • Catalogues (e.g., astronomical sources catalogues, spectral line lists)
  • Ancillary data (e.g., model SEDs, reference spectral line lists)
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 Highly processed data products can be made available to the HSC by providing the address of the FTP site where the products are located. The address will be included in
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  1. References to refereed papers.
  2. For KP associated products, a brief description of the algorithms, methods and processing steps involved in the creation of the product (see below).
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 Methods used in the generation of the scientific products shall be described indicating:
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  1. If SPG products have been used, the SPG version and the maximum SPG level from which the interactive/user analysis has started (see HSC Data Products pages) Example: SPG v1.0, level-1.
  2. A detailed description of the data reduction steps carried out on top of the standard product to generate the final product.
    • For data reduced in the Herschel Interactive Processing
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  To ensure consistency with HIPE and to maximise commonality, please deliver your products following the standard Herschel product definitions. In particular, you should implement the following:
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  • Images following the structure of the SimpleImage Product (see section 2.4.4 of the Herschel Products Definitions Document)
  • Image cubes following the structure of the SimpleCube Product (see section 2.4.4 of the Herschel Products Definitions Document)
  • Metadata keywords as listed in Appendix A of the Herschel Products Definitions Document.
  • Spectral cubes following the structure of the SpectralSimpleCube Product (see section 2.4.4 of the Herschel Products Definitions Document)
  • Spectra following the structure of the Spectrum1d or Spectrum2d datasets as appropriate (see section 2.4.3 of the Herschel Products Definitions Document)
  • Spectral line list catalogues following the definition as given in section 6.3.1 of the Herschel Products Definitions Document
  • Source list catalogues following the definition as given in section 6.3.2 of the Herschel Products Definitions Document
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