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The workshop will be held at the European Space Astronomy Centre (ESAC) (Rooms B3/B5) situated near Villanueva de la Cañada, about 30kms North-West of Madrid.

How to get to ESAC

Maps and driving directions to ESAC from Madrid airport (Barajas) and Madrid city centre can be found here.

Transportation & Accommodation

A shuttle mini-bus will depart from the entrance gate of Hotel NH Alberto Aguilera at 08:15h sharp every morning to bring the workshop participants from Madrid to ESAC. The same shuttle service will also take the participants from ESAC to the hotel in Madrid at the end of the afternoon sessions from Monday to Wednesday.

On Thursday afternoon taxis will be arranged to go from ESAC to the airport (no mini-bus service will be available).

Participants need to make their own reservations directly with the hotel. Below is a list of recommended hotels in Madrid.

   Hotel NH Alberto Aguilera ***
   Calle Alberto Aguilera, 18
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   Tel: +34 91 4460900 
   Fax: +34 91 4460904 
   E-mail:  nhalbertoaguilera@nh-hotels.com

   Hotel Celuisma Florida Norte ****
   Paseo de la Florida, 5
   28008 Madrid
   Tel: +34 91 5428300
   Fax: +34 91 5477833
   Holiday Inn - Madrid - Piramides ***
   Paseo de las Acacias, 40  
   28005 Madrid
   Tel: +34 91 5171828 
   Fax: +34 91 5170090 
   Tryp Gran Vía ***
   Gran Vía, 25
   28013 Madrid
   Tel: +34 91 5221121
   Fax: +34 91 5212424 

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Q2: Is there a list of known spurs available?

A2: Yes, there is a catalogue that you can inspect coming as part of the calibration files delivered through the HSA where a detailed list of known spurs is provided, with indication of the frequency at which they are seen and their main characteristics. These frequencies are flagged/masked in the pipeline so that you do not need to care about them.

 
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A1: 8-10 GB is usually more than enough to reduce a large map like this. Small scan maps can be reduced without any problem with a 4GB laptop.

Q2: Are there any limitations in the reliability of the scripts used for determining the Planck offsets to be applied to SPIRE maps? In particular, I am interested in whether they can be applied to very small maps (since the corrections are based on the average absolute fluxes covered by the much bigger Planck maps)?

A2: In principle not, but it could be convenient to look at the special characteristics of the emission observed in your small field. If you have a particular sky field dominated by galactic cirrus emission it could be an issue. Raise a helpdesk ticket indicating the OBSID of the map you want to analyse and we will tell you whether we see any problem with applying the offset derived from Planck data.

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Q1: Should the semi-extended correction be applied after all other steps (for instance improve background etc)?

A1: semi-extended correction should be applied as a last step after background subtraction because the galactic emission could make the source look as semi-extended

Q2: How do I find the appropriate dark observation to be used in the processing of a SPIRE FTS observation?

A2: You should look at the dark observations taken in the same operational day (OD) when your science observation was taken, or the nearest in time if there is none available on that particular OD. The OD number you can get it from the Observing Log or from the Archive (HSA). Once you know the OD, you query in HSA for all SPIRE FTS observations taken on that OD or a small range of ODs around the date when the observation was taken. There is also a list with all available dark observations taken (in the standard observing mode) throughout the mission at : http://herschel.esac.esa.int/twiki/bin/view/Public/SpireDailyDarkObservations

 
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A2: color correction factors for various type of SED are given in : "PACS Photometer Passbands and Colour Correction Factors for various source SEDs (2.5 Mb), PICC-ME-TN-038, version 1.0, 12 April 2011"

Q3: The PACS photometry tutorials have been extremely helpful for me. However, so far they have dealt with point sources only and my targets of interest are not point sources. Can an expert comment briefly on extended source photometry? For example, how someone would create 24-500 um SED within circular apertures (say, 20" diameter) for a spiral arm?

A3: Indeed photometry is primarily focussed toward point-sources. For slightly extended sources the aperture correction factors are not easy to compute, actually one would need to compute it depending on the shape and the extend of the source. For very large sources - hence very large apertures, say, several arcmin) -, the aperture correction will be very close to 1, hence almost negligible. But there is a regime in between where it's more complex. However you mention a circular aperture of 20" which is rather small, so your source must be rather compact I would say that the point-source EEF could be used, though slightly underestimating the correction.

Q4: Hello, I do have a question on making a map of a region with madmap, if posssible. the map I produce looks not optimal to me, but I would like to know if this is true and if so, how can i optimize it. the obsid is 1342216409(10,11,12) and I run the madmap pipeline on all and the final output looks very similar to what is in the archive. I am trying to run scanamorphous but running out of memory. any hint will be appreciated. thanks.

A4: you could try photExtractRaDecFrames() for that purpose. it allows to extract frames around a position (ra, dec fieldSize). However madmap requires continuous timelines as much as possible, so it might lead to suboptimal maps because the drift correction will get confused by the signal jumps. Best would be to run madmap on the 4 obsids, I am surprised scanamorphous went out of memory, did you try JyPScanam in Hipe 11? it works rather nicely.

Q5: Why can't one simply deconvolve PACS images the way radio astronomers do using algorithms like CLEAN? If the PSF is well known, stable, and of high-S/N then one should be able to "squeeze" the flux from the wings back into the PSF core, thus making need for aperture corrections moot, and making ordinary photometry easier. Since there are no CLEAN tasks in HIPE, there must be some reason why this can't be done. Just wondering...

A5: there are deconvolution attempts on PACS (and SPIRE) that work relatively nicely. But bringing back the PSF wings - that extend up to several arcmin - into the PSF core seems utopic to me. But I must confess I am not a CLEAN expert. One additional limitation is that there is not a single unique PSF for PACS, the PSF depends on the observation parameters (scan direction and speed) and data processing (map-making) used. Hope it helps.

 

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Q4: can you subtract a baseline to spectra? Could it be included in the script?

A4: The currently best documented way is to fit the continuum with a poly and then get the residual (data - fit). This is explained in chapter 7 of the "Data Analysis Guide" (about the SpectrumFitter and SpectrumFitterGUI), which you can get via the HIPE Help->Help contents menu. The baseline fitter is a PACS specific task that you can also use but it is not well documented. This takes the data and identifies where the baseline is, i.e. it ignores lines, and then that baseline can be subtracted from the spectrum. If someone wants to use this task, or know more details, then please raise a helpdesk ticket to ask specifically for that.

Q5: is the split on-off applicable to unchopped observations?

A5: For the unchopped line scan mode, the off-source spectra are separated out from the on-source spectra within the pipeline (it will be very clear when this happens as you follow the interactive pipeline script Spectroscopy->unchopped line scan->"lineScan") and you can then compare them by plotting them together (this is also explained in the PDRG pipeline chap 4 and some additional information in chp 8). For the unchopped range scan, on and off (ie source and sky) are separate observations and once you have reduced each through to Level 2, you can compare them e.g. as cubes in the Spectrum Explorer.

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A1: Hi xxx, in many pipeline tasks you get warning messages (actually, many are just information, but the developers seem to like to scare people with WARNING!! comments ;-). so at first glance your message seems to be just a kind warning. if the end result looks ok then you don't need to worry. there is a task at the end of the pipeline that plots little yellow? squares on the bins that are "low exposure". If these are all at the end of the spectral range, you don't need to worry. In fact, yes, the task plotStdDev is the one that tells you which bins are low exposure. so it looks like you do not need to worry. but you can also change the wavelength grid up/over sample values and overplot the different end results to compare. More about up and over sampling is in the PDRG chapter…5 or 6 or 7, I forgot, and more about comparing spectra at the end of the pipeline is also in the PDRG (chap 5 or 6 or 7 also - a section that talks about flatfielding), or use the spectrum explorer.

Q2: can I use data cubes that we get from the archive for spectroscopic AND photometric studies?

A2: well, if you have enough continuum in your cube then you can of course use it for photometry. the question is "what is enough". The thing to remember is that the continuum you get at the end of the pipeline is subject to ± error. This error depends on the strength of your source with respect to the teelscope. The telescope spectrum is some 100 Jy or so, and so even 1% error is a ± error of 1 Jy in the continuum. In the calibration document that is on the pacs calibration and instrument wiki the errors for the end cubes are given. ± a few Jy you should expect will be the error in the continuum level. http://herschel.esac.esa.int/twiki/pub/Public/PacsCalibrationWeb/PacsSpectroscopyPerformanceAndCalibration_v2_4.pdf For full science quality you need to re-pipeline the data - take advantage of the latest calibrations as the HSA products don't run all the pipeline tasks. This is documented in chp 1 of the PDRG. You can get fluxes (Jy/spaxel) and wavelengths (microns). Though the fits files do have a rather awkward format. They can be hard to read directly into other software - we are working on this and if you have problems it is fastest to raise a helpdesk ticket. One last thing: for unchopped mode, the flux level of the continuum is not guaranteed to be correct. That mode was never intended for continuum studies.

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       Fax: +34 91 4460904 
       E-mail:  nhalbertoaguilera@nh-hotels.com
    

       Hotel Celuisma Florida Norte ****
       Paseo de la Florida, 5
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       Tel: +34 91 5428300
       Fax: +34 91 5477833
    
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       Tel: +34 91 5171828 
       Fax: +34 91 5170090 
    
       Tryp Gran Vía ***
       Gran Vía, 25
       28013 Madrid
       Tel: +34 91 5221121
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    Which version of HIPE do I need?

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    09:15-09:30: Welcome, local set-up and start of webex session
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Workshop web site

    Venue

    * Rooms B3/B5 (+B65) @ ESAC

    List of participants

    Transportation

    A shuttle mini-bus will depart from the entrance gate of Hotel NH Alberto Aguilera at 08:15h sharp every morning to bring the workshop participants from Madrid to ESAC. It will also take the participants from ESAC to Madrid at the end of the afternoon sessions from Monday to Wednesday.

    On Thursday afternoon taxis will be arranged to go from ESAC to the airport (no mini-bus service will be available).

    Download the latest HIPE User Release Candidate (HIPE 11.0.0 RC2)

    Which version of HIPE do I need?

    The latest version of HIPE 11 (Release Candidate #2) will be the version of HIPE that will be used during the workshop. This version of HIPE (11.0.0 RC2) can be downloaded from the links below. Please install HIPE on your personal laptop (minimum requirements: RAM 4GB) in advance to the start of the workshop following the installation instructions given below for the different operating systems. Report any problems during the installation process through the HSC Helpdesk.

    Important note: You have to keep your internet connection on during the process as you download all the necessary components during the installation.

    Note that this is an advanced version of HIPE 11 which is still undergoing the final acceptance tests before it becomes an official user release, something that we anticipate will happen by late June/early July.

    Release candidates (RCs) are made available for internal use only. Do not distribute this software!.

    The available installers for Windows and Linux come with a 32 or a 64 bit virtual machine (VM). The available installer for Mac OS X does not come with a virtual machine. Make sure that you have the latest java installed on your machine.

    Download HIPE 11.0.0 RC2

    Platform With Java 32 bit VM With Java 64 bit VM Without Java VM
    Windows HIPE_11_0_0_RC2_INSTALLER.exe HIPE_11_0_0_RC2_INSTALLER.exe
    MacOSX     HIPE_11_0_0_RC2_INSTALLER.zip
    Linux HIPE_11_0_0_RC2_INSTALLER.bin HIPE_11_0_0_RC2_INSTALLER.bin

    HIPE Installation Instructions

    • Windows Instructions:
      • After downloading, double-click HIPE_10_2_0_INSTALLER.exe

    • Linux Instructions:
      • To download the linux installer you should do a right click and then "save link as"
      • After downloading open a shell and, cd to the directory where you downloaded the installer.
      • At the prompt type: sh ./HIPE_10_2_0_INSTALLER.bin

    • Mac OS X Instructions:
      • After downloading, double-click HIPE_10_2_0_INSTALLER

    Note for Mac OS X 10.8 users:

    HIPE user installers do not work on Mac OS X 10.8 ("Mountain Lion") due to additional security checks implemented by this operating system. Note that HIPE is not yet officially supported on Mac OS X 10.8. There are two workarounds:

    • In a terminal window, use the chmod u+x command to change the permissions of the file HIPE_10_2_0_INSTALLER.app/Contents/MacOS/HIPE_10_2_0_INSTALLER.
    • In Mac OS X, from System Preferences → Security & Privacy → General → Allow applications downloads from [ANYWHERE].

    Documentation

    Agenda

    Monday 24 June 2013

    GENERAL ISSUES (@ Room B3)

    • Overview and the latest developments in Herschel Data Processing - Stephan Ott

    09:15-09:30: Welcome, local set-up and start of webex session
    09:30-09:45: Welcome to HIPE S.Ott
    09:45-10:00: Welcome to HSA P.Garcia-Lario
    10:00-11:00: An introduction to the HSA User Interface E.Verdugo
    11:00-11:30: Coffee break
    11:30-11:45: Q&A on HSA/HIPE general issues
    11:45-12:15: Data Handling in HIPE E.Verdugo
    12:15-13:00: Quick inspection of Herschel data products B.Merin
    13:00-13:30: Q&A on HSA/HIPE data handling and quick inspection of products

    13:30-14:30: Lunch break

    14:30-16:00 Hands-on session - Part I (HSA/data access/data handling)
    16:00-16:30 Coffee break
    16:30-18:00 Hands-on session - Part II (HIPE general issues/quick inspection of products)

    Tuesday 25 June 2013

    PACS (@ Room B3)

    09:30-10:00: Introduction to the PACS instrument
    10:00-11:00: PACS Tutorial 1
    11:00-11:30: Coffee break
    11:30-12:00: Q&A on PACS Tutorial 1
    12:00-13:00: PACS Tutorial 2
    13:00-13:30: Q&A on PACS Tutorial 2

    13:30-14:30: Lunch break

    14:30-16:00 Hands-on session - Part I (PACS)
    16:00-16:30 Coffee break
    16:30-18:00 Hands-on session - Part II (PACS)

    Wednesday 26 June 2013

    SPIRE (@ Room B3)

    09:30-10:00: Introduction to the SPIRE instrument
    10:00-11:00: SPIRE Tutorial 1
    11:00-11:30: Coffee break
    11:30-12:00: Q&A on SPIRE Tutorial 1
    12:00-13:00: SPIRE Tutorial 2
    13:00-13:30: Q&A on SPIRE Tutorial 2

    13:30-14:30: Lunch break

    14:30-16:00 Hands-on session - Part I (SPIRE)
    16:00-16:30 Coffee break
    16:30-18:00 Hands-on session - Part II (SPIRE)

    Thursday 27 June 2013

    HIFI (@ Room B3)

    09:30-10:00: Introduction to the HIFI instrument
    10:00-11:00: HIFI Tutorial 1
    11:00-11:30: Coffee break
    11:30-12:00: Q&A on HIFI Tutorial 1
    12:00-13:00: HIFI Tutorial 2
    13:00-13:30: Q&A on HIFI Tutorial 2

    13:30-14:30: Lunch break

    14:30-16:00 Hands-on session - Part I (HIFI)
    16:00-16:30 Coffee break
    16:30-18:00 Hands-on session - Part II (HIFI)

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