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HPDP name Description Data Catalogue (tables) Images (PNGs, etc) Documentation (Readme, QSummary, etc) Prototype delivery
PACS Point Source Catalogue Point source catalogue as extracted from the photometer data No Yes - typically one large csv file per photometer band, and/or a unique concatenated one No Yes - Global release note  
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Improved level3 maps Further combination of fields with Unimap and JScanam Yes No ?? ??  
Additional level 2.5 maps Combination of fields currently unconsidered in the list for level2.5 pipeline Yes No ??
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JScanam HPDP Further combination of fields with JScanam Yes No Yes Yes Available on VOSpace
Additional level 2.5 maps with Unimap Combination of fields currently unconsidered in the list for level2.5 pipeline Yes No ??
PACSPhpdp.pdf
 
 
Exquisite Processing of GOODS fields with Unimap Use Unimap to combine hundreds of obsids from four GOODS cosmological fields (custodian: B. Altieri) Yes No Yes    
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Mini-Scan level 2.5 A series of observations taken as cross-scan maps, albeit with different phot. filters, resulting in the absence of level 2.5 products. The red observations are, however, available in both scanning directions hence level 2.5-type products can be generated. Yes No Yes    
 

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HPDP name Description; product Priority Rational How Requirements Effort Number of obsids Notes
Red-leak spectra Produce the Level 2/2.5 products for spectra in the red leak region; Level 2/2.5 context High Currently the spectra are cut off at just above 190 microns, but we can now produce a reasonably-well line flux calibrated spectrum in this region Using a slightly modified version of the the "calblock" SPG script No extra requirements Automatic, just running an SPG script ~350  
PointingOffsetCorrection spectra for pointed observations Provide the point-source corrected spectrum for pointed observations; possibly focussing only on those with point-like sources not located in the central spaxel in them; a SpectrumTable High The results of the POC script can be better than those provided in the SPG, and this is especially so for off-centred point sources Using the "POC" interactive pipeline script This script has been validated sufficiently to be used for almost any flux level, but we would need to run sanity checks on the results to be sure this applies to the fainter sources. If we limit the provision to point-like sources, off-centred or not, then we need to identify those Most of the effort is on identifying the candidates (if not done for all pointed observations, willy-nilly). Some effort on sanity checking    
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Blue spectra (<55mum) Provide the blue end of the spectral range, which is not part of SPG as it is uncalibratable. High A slightly modified version of the SPG script can be used to create these ranges, where we do not the the flux calibration Using a slightly modified ipipe/SPG script need to identify the obsids with this range not much effort, mostly on making sure that this "blue bulk" runs probably and creates correct products    
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Blue spectra (<55mum) Provide the blue end of the spectral range, which is not part of SPG as it is uncalibratable. High A slightly modified version of the SPG script can be used to create these ranges, where we do not the the flux calibration Using a slightly modified ipipe/SPG script need to identify the obsids with this range not much effort, mostly on making sure that this "blue bulk" runs probably and creates correct products    
 
Unchopped obsids with continuum removed Subtract the continuum from all unchopped obsids so as to provide a cleaner spectrum; Level 2/2.5 context Mid The continuum is very uncertain and it had been agreed last year at an ICC meeting that removing this was a "good thing to do” Range scans: use the RV methods to smooth and subtract the continuum; Line scans: use an optimised version of the line-finding task in the flatfielding task of the SPG. Fit/smooth and remove continuum and then produce all final results Need to test methods and thereafter processing should be automatic Producing the scripts: a few weeks (?), checking the results: continuous (but semi-automatic) all ~1200 on-sources unchopped obsid We also need to produce a report on the unchopped mode: based on DF paper but more examples and a proper measure of uncertainty based on e.g. comparing repeat observations, scatter in super-off, etc.
Ad-hoc HPDPs For obsids found to be badly handled by the SPG, an expert will make the necessary adjustments to the pipeline so it can run; Level 2/2.5 context Mid These obsids are either not provided, or the science products are not of the same standard as all other obsids These are obsids identified in an ad-hoc manner as needing help. Jira tickets, Kayako, unchopped with bad transients identified while the unchopped study is done, etc Will only be done if it is feasible in terms of time and manpower   so far <10 candidates suggested  
Line list catalogue Spectral Feature catalogue Nice to have but ICC have no interest here and consider it Low SPIRE and HIFI have one, so why not PACS? Catalogues always produce unexpected science and are a very good Legacy product Need scripts to find lines, fit lines and maybe identify lines Need to create the scripts: KE has a student at Leuven testing out fitting lines, and may have a student in 2016-17 to test out finding lines If the student projects go well, some time in 2017 the resulting scripts could be run on the PACS spectroscopy archive (or subsets of that)   Is being done by KME as a science project
 
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