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HIFI Pipeline

hifiPipeline task

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  • The SPG version is now updated in the meta data when you run the pipeline
  • The pipeline will only try to run for spectrometers for which there is data at level 0 (previously the pipeline always tried to run for all spectrometers)
  • The option to customise the pipeline from the GUI is disabled by default when starting processing from Level 2

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General

* Performance improvements for PACS standard product generation

 

Changes between HIPE 10.1 and HIPE 10.2

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  • Add cube line fitting description and more basic description of cube toolbox
  • Updates to background subtraction and noise script sections
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General

  • Documentation - complete revision and fixing of broken links within the documentation.

HIFI

  • Documentation - Updates to the HIFI Data Reduction Guide:
    • Updates to "HIFI Baseline Removal" chapter: new GUI figure
    • Regular updates to the Quality Flag table in the "Flags in HIFI data" chapter
    • Updates to "Exporting HIFI data to CLASS" chapter
    • Updates to "HIFI Baseline Removal" chapter, "FitBaseline Options" section

 

Changes between HIPE 10.0 and HIPE 10.1

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HIFI

  • Documentation - Updates to the HIFI Data Reduction Guide:
    • Updates to "HIFI Baseline Removal" chapter: new GUI figure
    • Regular updates to the Quality Flag table in the "Flags in HIFI data" chapter
    • Updates to "Exporting HIFI data to CLASS" chapter
    • Updates to "HIFI Baseline Removal" chapter, "FitBaseline Options" section
 

Highlights in HIPE 10.0

HIPE

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HIFI

  • Documentation - Updates to the HIFI Data Reduction Guide:
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    • Regular updates to the Quality Flag table in the "Flags in HIFI data" chapter
    • Updates to "Exporting HIFI data to CLASS" chapter
    • Updates to "HIFI Baseline Removal" chapter, "FitBaseline Options" section
 

Highlights in HIPE 10.0

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  • HIFI Calibration
    • Update of the list of corrupted data-frames for flagging at Level 0, updates to quality flag meta-data and uplink information for mapping modes
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    • Updates to "HIFI Baseline Removal" chapter, "FitBaseline Options" section

  • The NN interpolation of DoWbsFreqTask (default) seem not well applied to the datasets.

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  • The NN interpolation of DoWbsFreqTask (default) seem not well applied to the datasets.

  • HIFI Data Processing Tools: Baseline Removal
    • New fitBaseline parameter 'useWbs' allows subtraction of WBS polynomials from HRS spectra.
    • fitBaseline reacts much better to HIPE 'stop' button.
    • New fitBaseline parameter 'plot' allows switching plotting in non-interactive mode off or on. The default mode is False, which speeds up the task and greatly reduces memory consumption.
    • fitBaseline domask=2 option (automated masking) now works in non-interactive mode as well, and can be interrupted using the HIPE 'stop' button.
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The following minor changes have been made:

HCSS

* Known issue: Can't open plug-ins panel under KDE or Gnome 3 (added to known issues page, patch planned for HIPE 10.2)

* The new pools with the new lucene: instructions to deal with them need to be better

* Bulk GUI does not launch pipelines unless COMMON preprocessing has run

HIFI

* Update to fitBaseline chapter - documentation

* The NN interpolation of DoWbsFreqTask (default) seem not well applied to the dataest.

PACS

o Masked data propagated as NaNs in the rebinned/projected data when that range is removed by OutofBand

SPIRE

o Problem with bright mode for new tempDriftCorr cal files

o The engineering conversion fails for 1342182603 - OD=100

o CalibrationPlugin fails to set the aperture

Highlights in HIPE 10.0

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HIFI Data Processing Tools

Standing Wave Removal

  • fitHifiFringe can be directly applied to spectra in HIFI mapping mode cubes through new input option 'cube'.
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Baseline Removal

  • Changed default for 'movemasks' option from 2 to 0 in fitBaseline, i.e., masks are not propagated between spectra.

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  • New zeroPointCorrection task for cross-calibration with Planck HFI maps producing extended emission maps.
  • Automatic correction to SSO frame for moving objects
  • Improved photometry consistency across all Source Extraction and Photometry tasks
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  • SpectrometerDetectorSpectrum (SDS) products have more functionality with the Spectrum Explorer and Toolbox
  • N-E arrows added to show orientation of the spectrometer arrays in the SDS Explorer
  • New useful script to fit lines in a spectral cube
 

Java version

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  • User releases for Windows and Linux already include the correct Java version.
  • Developer releases and user releases for Mac do not include Java. You must ensure that you have a compatible version of Java installed on your system.
  • If the minor version of your installed Java is different from the recommended one (for instance, 1.6.0_35 instead of 1.6.0_37) HIPE prints a warning in the command line window from which it was started. Minor version differences are unlikely to cause problems, but this cannot be guaranteed.
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Core system

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  • There is a new task pacsExtractSpectralRange to spectrally crop a (Sliced)PacsCube or (Sliced)PacsRebinnedCube.
  • The footprint of pointed observations is shown by projecting the rebinned cubes on a finer grid (0.5 arcsec pixelsize).
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  • Slices which are completely masked by this OUTOFBAND mask are discarded during the level-0.5 processing.
  • Spectra are now by default rebinned to a standard wavelength grid, so that we avoid incompatible wavelength grid when subtracting on and off spectra from different observations.
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  • Spectral flatfielding: several issues had been reported for the specific case of zero or weak continuum in specFlatFieldLine and specFlatFieldRange (e.g. non-central spaxels). These were fixed.
  • One can now slice the level-0 data with pacsSpecSliceLevel0 to reduce the memory consumption of the processing till level-0.5.
  • Most of the ipipe scripts have been slightly simplified. Mainly, selectSlices has been removed: all tasks can cope with sliced products transparently, so selectSlices is optional.
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  • Fixed some wrong values of the 'onOffSource' meta keyword.
  • Fixed some inconsistencies in the units and labels of the pipeline products.
  • Added the missing keyword 'faintLines' to the observation context.
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  • Task extractCentralSpectrum to extract the spectrum of a point source in the central spaxel, corrected for the PSF and pointing offsets. The corrections for the PSF is necessary, the others are optional. For line+short range scan AOTs the recommended correction is a median over wavelength, for range and SED AOTs we recommend the wavelength dependent correction.
  • Browse products (and the Level 2 SpectralSimpleCubes [projected cubes] they come from) are created by the pipeline task specProject with very small spaxel sizes (1") for non-mapping observations: with this you can still make out the original spaxels, but with a regular sky WCS.
 

Calibration

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  • As a result of the new calibration scheme, the absolute fluxes found at level 2 are slightly reduced.
    • For extended sources, the new calibration is more accurate
    • The new calibration should not impact point sources, thanks to the so-called "central to 3x3" correction performed in extractCentralSpectrum. That correction was not necessary in hipe 9.0, as it was implicitly contained in the flux calibration files. In hipe 10, by default no average mis-pointing is included in the calibration files anymore, hence this extra correction, making use of the flux distribution between the spaxels to estimate the mispointing and correct for it.
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  • There is a calibration set update for the Telescope Background product (45) used in the Background Normalisation ipipe script
 

Product changes

Photometry

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  • There is no change in the PACS photometer calibration since Hipe 9 and version 41 of the calibration tree.

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    • For extended sources, the new calibration is more accurate
    • The new calibration should not impact point sources, thanks to the so-called "central to 3x3" correction performed in extractCentralSpectrum. That correction was not necessary in hipe 9.0, as it was implicitly contained in the flux calibration files. In hipe 10, by default no average mis-pointing is included in the calibration files anymore, hence this extra correction, making use of the flux distribution between the spaxels to estimate the mispointing and correct for it.

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  • The maximum memory value shown in the memory bar reflects more accurately the actual memory available to HIPE. This value can vary slightly during a HIPE session.
  • The Locale is established as English so that the decimal separator will be a dot even in computers with language settings that use a comma for it. This ensures proper processing of tasks relying on it being a dot.
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Plotting

TablePlotter

OverPlotter

 

Astronomical utilities

  • New package herschel.ia.toolbox.astro.healpix (based on JPL Healpix Java library).
  • Healpix interpolation functionality
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Numeric routines

Data fitting

  • Increased robustness in the case of fitting in the presence of heavy outliers.
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Random numbers

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Trend analysis

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Other functions

 
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Images

Display

  • Image Display uses less memory and is a lot faster. It is now possible to display large image without the need for an enormous amount of memory.
  • It is possible to set the standard cut levels which should be used in the preference panel.
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Analysis

Spectra

Display

Analysis

 

Data cubes

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Calibration sources

Products and datasets

Observation context

 

Product Access

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  • For Jython task developers: the following wrappers (decorators) have been added to support working with the EDT: execLater, execAndWait (similar to the SwingUtils functions). An example is provided in the source of ia_task tests (TestTaskForViewsEdt.py)

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Systematic product generation

 

Data input-output

  • poolDataReader , poolDataWriter, loadObs, downObs and localStoreWriter removed : saveProduct and MyHSA (getObservation) contain a superset of their features.
  • Tables
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  • Fix issues with WebStart applications (such as Aladin, HSA User Interface): Problems starting the applications on Windows XP, problems with automatic log-in.
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Documentation

  • Updates to the Glossary, also available in a tab in the HIPE Help System sidebar.
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HIFI

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HIFI Software Configuration and Properties

 

HIFI Calibration

  • Updates to table of unusable data frames
  • Quality flags are now raised for monitoring SEUs (Sudden Event Upsets)
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    • For extended sources, the new calibration is more accurate
    • The new calibration should not impact point sources, thanks to the so-called "central to 3x3" correction performed in extractCentralSpectrum. That correction was not necessary in hipe 9.0, as it was implicitly contained in the flux calibration files. In hipe 10, by default no average mis-pointing is included in the calibration files anymore, hence this extra correction, making use of the flux distribution between the spaxels to estimate the mispointing and correct for it.
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Photometry

Spectroscopy

 

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Photometry

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  • Error maps in SPG10 level2 scan maps are produced by the task photCoverage2Noise, where error maps are derived from the coverage map and include cross-correlation noise.
  • The mask used for the masked-highpass filtering of the pixel timelines is now available as a map in level 2, in the extensions 'HPFmask'. It can be used to assess if the source of interest has been properly mask, in this case the photometry in the L2 point-source is reliable.
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Documentation

  • The PACS Data Reduction Guide (PDRG) now contains a chapter that describes the processing of data obtained with the chopped PS AOT.

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  • You can now send the results of a query in the HSA User Interface directly to HIPE as a table dataset.

HIFI

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  • Major updates to flagTool
  • Rotated cubes are now produced in the Level 2.5 product by default for maps carried out with a non-zero position angle, a non-rotated cube is also produced.

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  • A new quality flag is introduced to warn of a single COMB failure
  • Improved checks and threshold values for the ZERO spectra.
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  • Addition of a task to allow comparison of emission in DBS chop positions, mkDbsReference task. Differences the chop positions in all DBS observations and after applying the band-pass correction stores them in a product in calibration->pipeline-out called ReferenceSpectra. You may configure the task to average the differenced spectra together (a resampling is automatically done) and to resample the spectra yourself.
  • Additional parameters available to DoFilterLoads
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  • HifiUplinkProduct format changed to a table dataset (easier to read)

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    • All subbands can be displayed together (without gluing).
    • Flag type can be selected from the options above the plot instead of from a context menu
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Documentation

  • Updates to the HIFI Data Reduction Guide:
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    • Addition of a chapter describing how to convert positions in data to offsets
    • Improvements and updates to "How to add and remove flags" chapter, including documentation of new flagTool in the "Setting flags interactively for many spectra" section
    • Improvements and updates to "Running the HIFI pipeline" chapter
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    • Update to mapping browse product description in "Tour of a HIFI observation context" chapter
    • Removal of references to the old CubeSpectrumAnalysisToolbox and replacement with references to the new Cube Toolbox
    • Various typos, improvements to style consistency and bug fixes.

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  • New zeroPointCorrection task for cross-calibration with Planck HFI maps producing extended emission maps.

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    • The parameter types for detectGlitches, detectLargeGl and repairGlitches parameters are changed to Boolean.

Photometer Pipeline

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  • New zeroPointCorrection task for cross-calibration with Planck HFI maps. This can only be run at the HSC until the HFI maps are made public. The output maps are included in the Level-2 context.
  • New ssoMotionCorrection task to produce modified Level-1 timelines adjusted to the reference frame of the moving object. Additional maps are created from this timeline and included in the Level-2 context.

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  • There is also a similar task photCoverage2NoisePointSource that does the same for data obtained with the chopped PS AOT. It is independent of the version for scan maps. To date, it does not provide an estimate of the correlated noise.
  • The task MaskFromCatalogueTask allows to build a mask from a source list; a very useful task for deep imaging, to properly mask even faint point-sources for highpass filtering.
  • A new wrapper task photMaskedHpfDeglitch allows to deglitch L1 frames, with highpass filtering of the timelines before the second level deglitching creating a mask, that is returned attached to the non-filtered L1 frames. This allows for instance a finer deglitching of the L1 frames for MADmap, as the default deglitching in SPG is rather conservative with nsigma=30.
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Spectroscopy

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  • There is a a new task photCoverage2Noise, run in the SPG pipeline to derive an error map from the coverage map of scan maps, including the correction for correlated noise. It is also available for interactive processing.
  • There is also a similar task photCoverage2NoisePointSource that does the same for data obtained with the chopped PS AOT. It is independent of the version for scan maps. To date, it does not provide an estimate of the correlated noise.
  • The task MaskFromCatalogueTask allows to build a mask from a source list; a very useful task for deep imaging, to properly mask even faint point-sources for highpass filtering.
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  • A new wrapper task photMaskedHpfDeglitch allows to deglitch L1 frames, with highpass filtering of the timelines before the second level deglitching creating a mask, that is returned attached to the non-filtered L1 frames. This allows for instance a finer deglitching of the L1 frames for MADmap, as the default deglitching in SPG is rather conservative with nsigma=30.
 

Spectroscopy

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    • Can be opened and used in the Herschel Spectrum Explorer
    • More tasks available
    • Arithmetic operations (+, -, *, /) work in scripts, when performing calculations between an SDS product and either another SDS product, a spectrum, or a number
Deleted:
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  • Observation Viewer:
    • Information is displayed in the viewer to show the building block names for Level 0 and Level 0.5 products
 
  • SDS Explorer
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  • A new useful script has been added to carry out spectral line fitting for spectral cubes
  • The useful script to combine PACS and SPIRE spectra is now available from the SPIRE scripts menu (as well as the PACS scripts menu)
 

Documentation

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Spectrometer

  • Included more links to main Herschel document in line fitting section
  • Added section about combining 2 observations into a map
  • Updated SDS/SDI Explorer section
  • Move apodization to end of pipeline and explain spectral apodization - and update pipeline flowchart
  • Simplify phase correction section
  • Updated figures showing Level-0.5 data
  • Updated memory use section
  • Add cube line fitting description and more basic description of cube toolbox
  • Updates to background subtraction and noise script sections
 
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  • There is a a new task photCoverage2Noise, run in the SPG pipeline to derive an error map from the coverage map of scan maps, including the correction for correlated noise. It is also available for interactive processing.
  • There is also a similar task photCoverage2NoisePointSource that does the same for data obtained with the chopped PS AOT. It is independent of the version for scan maps. To date, it does not provide an estimate of the correlated noise.
  • The task MaskFromCatalogueTask allows to build a mask from a source list; a very useful task for deep imaging, to properly mask even faint point-sources for highpass filtering.
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Spectroscopy

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Photometry

  • From SPG10 onwards, level 2 maps are processed with a very small high-pass filter width to filter as much the 1/f noise and get optimal sensitivity to point-sources. Half-widths of 15 and 25 readouts are used in the blue and red channel respectively. As a consequence extended emission at virtually all scales is filtered out. The level 2.5 maps processed with MADmap should be used to get extended emission, which is preserved at all scales in the MADmap maps. Note that SPG10 bulk pipeline processing will only start in early 2013.
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  • Error maps in SPG10 level2 scan maps are produced by the task photCoverage2Noise, where error maps are derived from the coverage map and include cross-correlation noise.
 
  • The mask used for the masked-highpass filtering of the pixel timelines is now available as a map in level 2, in the extensions 'HPFmask'. It can be used to assess if the source of interest has been properly mask, in this case the photometry in the L2 point-source is reliable.

Spectroscopy

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    • Can be opened and used in the Herschel Spectrum Explorer
    • More tasks available
    • Arithmetic operations (+, -, *, /) work in scripts, when performing calculations between an SDS product and either another SDS product, a spectrum, or a number
Added:
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  • Observation Viewer:
    • Information is displayed in the viewer to show the building block names for Level 0 and Level 0.5 products
 
  • SDS Explorer
    • N-E arrows added to show orientation of the spectrometer arrays
Changed:
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Documentation

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Calibration Products

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Photometer

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Spectrometer

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  • The split beamParam, teleRsrf and instRsrf for the two BSM positions (before and after OD1011) lead to significantly better overall calibration for observations after OD1011. For faint sources this helps with the background subtraction using off-axis detectors.
  • The LR calibration is improved by adding additional observations into the average used for the teleRsrf and instRsrf
  • The noise level in mapping observations is improved for longer observations as the teleRsrf for off-centre jiggle positions is now deeper.
  • The updated beam profile and new spatial correction coefficient allow the Semi-extended correction tool to work (prototype is included in v10).
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  • The beamParam, teleRsrf and instRsrf products have been updated to provide a separate calibration for ODs after 1011. At this point the position of the BSM was corrected to be on-axis. This split in the calibration (before and after OD1011) leads to significantly better overall calibration for observations after OD1011. For faint sources this helps when background subtraction is carried out using off-axis detectors.
  • The LR calibration has been improved by adding additional observations into the average used for the teleRsrf and instRsrf
  • The noise level in mapping observations has been improved for longer observations by making the teleRsrf for off-centre jiggle positions deeper.
  • The beam profile product has been updated with the fitted 2D frequency-dependent beam shape
  • A new Spatial Correction Coefficient calibration product has been defined for use when correcting semi-extended sources. This is used in a tool being developed for this correction.
  • The MR and apodized calibration products have been cleaned up from the calibration tree as these are not used in the v10 pipeline - this makes the calibration tree smaller.
 

Calibration Framework

Preprocessing

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Engineering Conversion

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Spectrometer Pipeline

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  • Apodization is now carried out at the end of the pipeline after calibration of the final spectra - this is done using an inverse Fourier transform, applying the apodization function and re-applying the forward Fourier transform. This means that separate calibration products for apodized data are no longer needed, and in principle any apodization function can be applied (although the aNB_15 function is still the recommended one).
  • The wavelet deglitcher task now works with multiple processing threads.
  • History is now propagated from Level-1 products to Level-2 products when spirePreprocessCube and spireProjection are used in the spectrometer pipeline.
 

Source extraction

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Interactive Analysis and Tools

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    • Information is displayed in the viewer to show the building block names for Level 0 and Level 0.5 products

Photometer

  • convolutionMapper
    • New task to create a kernel-filtered map directly from photometer timeline data

Spectrometer

 
  • SpectrometerDetectorSpectrum (SDS) products have more functionality
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    • Can be opened and used in the Spectrum Explorer
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    • Can be opened and used in the Herschel Spectrum Explorer
 
    • More tasks available
    • Arithmetic operations (+, -, *, /) work in scripts, when performing calculations between an SDS product and either another SDS product, a spectrum, or a number
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  • Observation Viewer:
    • More information displayed in the viewer for level 0 and level 0.5 products
 
  • SDS Explorer
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  • A prototype for a new tool to correct semi-extended sources (due to coupling with the beam) was added - note that this is a prototype and is not explained in the documentation yet - please contact the helpdesk/FTS support group for details.
 

Documentation

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Spectra

Display

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Analysis

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Analysis

Data cubes

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Display

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Analysis

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  • The following improvements have been made to the Spectrum Explorer Cube Tools:
    • The subtractBaselineFromCube task now also has an option to divide by the baseline instead of subtracting it.
    • The computPVMap task automatically scales the PV map in the spatial direction in case the aspect ratio is too big (> 2 by default).
 

Herschel Science Archive

It is now possible to send the results of a query in the HSA User Interface directly to HIPE. The results will appear as TableDataset, allowing one to use the geometric search in the HSA UI (for instance), and directly use the result in a script, or save it to disk.

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  • New zeroPointCorrection task for cross-calibration with Planck HFI maps producing extended emission maps.
  • Automatic correction to SSO frame for moving objects
  • Improved photometry consistency across all Source Extraction and Photometry tasks
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  • Spectrometer semi-extended sources correction tool (SECT)
  • No apodized products, optional apodization is only available as the last step in the user reprocessing script.
 

Java version

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SPIRE

Spire Dataset

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Calibration Products

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Spectrometer

  • Telescope model coefficients updated, and separate coefficients added for off-axis detectors - this reduces the additive offset due to the telescope model subtraction, both in the centre detectors, and in off-axis detectors.
  • The split beamParam, teleRsrf and instRsrf for the two BSM positions (before and after OD1011) lead to significantly better overall calibration for observations after OD1011. For faint sources this helps with the background subtraction using off-axis detectors.
  • The LR calibration is improved by adding additional observations into the average used for the teleRsrf and instRsrf
  • The noise level in mapping observations is improved for longer observations as the teleRsrf for off-centre jiggle positions is now deeper.
  • The updated beam profile and new spatial correction coefficient allow the Semi-extended correction tool to work (prototype is included in v10).
 

Calibration Framework

Preprocessing

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Engineering Conversion

Common Pipeline

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  • Metadata in products is sorted into a more helpful order. Further improvements to the ordering are likely in HCSS 11.
 
  • SigmaKappaDeglitcherTask
    • Added a diagnosticDetector task parameter for diagnostic purpose
    • All the long task parameters are shortened
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    • Added useOnlyMasks and ignoreDefaultMasks task parameters in synch with map mapper.
    • Added jumpThresh and jumpIter task parameters for jump detections.
    • Two second level deglitch algorithms are added, sigma-kappa and two sigmas
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    • The startParameters type changed to DestriperDiagnosticProduct.
 
    • The meta data in startParameters has been changed to include all requirement meta keywords.
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  • SpireMaskEditor
    • SpireMaskEditor is deleted
    • Level1SpireMaskEditor is added to display/edit mask flags for Level1 data

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  • There is a a new task photCoverage2Noise, run in the SPG pipeline to derive an error map from the coverage map of scan maps, including the correction for correlated noise. It is also available for interactive processing.
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  • The task MaskFromCatalogueTask allows to build a mask from a source list; a very useful task for deep imaging, to properly mask even faint point-sources for highpass filtering.
 
  • There is a new Ipipe script available for processing data obtained with the chopped PS AOT.

Spectroscopy

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  • Error maps in SPG10 level2 maps are produced by the task photCoverage2Noise, where error maps are derived from the coverage map and include cross-correlation noise.
Added:
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Spectroscopy

Documentation

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  • Rotated cubes are now produced in the Level 2.5 product by default for maps carried out with a non-zero position angle, a non-rotated cube is also produced.

PACS

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  • New zeroPointCorrection task for cross-calibration with Planck HFI maps producing extended emission maps.
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Pipeline

Photometry

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  • There is a a new task photCoverage2Noise, run in the SPG pipeline to derive an error map from the coverage map of scan maps, including the correction for correlated noise. It is also available for interactive processing.
  • There is also a similar task photCoverage2NoisePointSource that does the same for data obtained with the chopped PS AOT. It is independent of the version for scan maps. To date, it does not provide an estimate of the correlated noise.
 
  • The task MaskFromCatalogueTask allows to build a mask from a source list; a very useful task for deep imaging, to properly mask even faint point-sources for highpass filtering.
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Spectroscopy

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Spectroscopy

Documentation

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SPIRE

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PACS

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  SPIRE
  • New zeroPointCorrection task for cross-calibration with Planck HFI maps producing extended emission maps.

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Photometry

  • There is a a new task photCoverage2Noise, run in the SPG pipeline to derive an error map from the coverage map, including the correction for correlated noise.
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  • The task MaskFromCatalogueTask allows to build a mask from a source list; a very useful task for deep imaging, to properly mask even faint point-sources for highpass filtering.
 

Spectroscopy

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Calibration

Photometry

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  • There is no change in the PACS photometer calibration since Hipe 9 and version 41 of the calibration tree.
 

Spectroscopy

  • In order to be less sensitive to (on average) mispointed flux calibration observations, the flux calibration scheme has changed: the construction of the calibration tables is now based on the standard calibrators fluxes coming from the central 9 spaxels instead of the central one only. This implies that two new calibration tables were introduced in the calibration tree, namely observedResponse3x3 and calSourceFlux3x3. Those tables are used by default in specDiffCs and should lead to more reliable fluxes, notably in case of mispointed observations. An optional parameter, use3x3 (True by default), was added to specDiffCs. You can still use the former calibration scheme by setting use3x3 to False although it is not recommended.

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Calibration

Photometry

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Spectroscopy

  • In order to be less sensitive to (on average) mispointed flux calibration observations, the flux calibration scheme has changed: the construction of the calibration tables is now based on the standard calibrators fluxes coming from the central 9 spaxels instead of the central one only. This implies that two new calibration tables were introduced in the calibration tree, namely observedResponse3x3 and calSourceFlux3x3. Those tables are used by default in specDiffCs and should lead to more reliable fluxes, notably in case of mispointed observations. An optional parameter, use3x3 (True by default), was added to specDiffCs. You can still use the former calibration scheme by setting use3x3 to False although it is not recommended.
  • As a result of the new calibration scheme, the absolute fluxes found at level 2 are slightly reduced.
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Product changes

Photometry

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  • From SPG10 onwards, level 2 maps are processed with a very small high-pass filter width to filter as much the 1/f noise and get optimal sensitivity to point-sources. Half-widths of 15 and 25 readouts are used in the blue and red channel respectively. As a consequence extended emission at virtually all scales is filtered out. The level 2.5 maps processed with MADmap should be used to get extended emission, which is preserved at all scales in the MADmap maps. Note that SPG10 bulk pipeline processing will only start in early 2013.

  • Error maps in SPG10 level2 maps are produced by the task photCoverage2Noise, where error maps are derived from the coverage map and include cross-correlation noise.
 

Spectroscopy

Documentation

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  • Slices which are completely masked by this OUTOFBAND mask are discarded during the level-0.5 processing.
  • Spectra are now by default rebinned to a standard wavelength grid, so that we avoid incompatible wavelength grid when subtracting on and off spectra from different observations.
  • New useful script for point source correction.
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  • Improvements in the flatfielding:
    • Fixed flux conservation problem in some cases with background normalization in specFlatFieldRange.
    • Switched to linear fitter in specFlatFieldLine.
    • Improved line flux conservation in cases of low continuum.
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  • Spectral flatfielding: several issues had been reported for the specific case of zero or weak continuum in specFlatFieldLine and specFlatFieldRange (e.g. non-central spaxels). These were fixed.
 
  • One can now slice the level-0 data with pacsSpecSliceLevel0 to reduce the memory consumption of the processing till level-0.5.
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  • Drizzle works now also with sliced products.
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  • Most of the ipipe scripts have been slightly simplified. Mainly, selectSlices has been removed: all tasks can cope with sliced products transparently, so selectSlices is optional.
  • Spectral drizzling is now offered for the line-scan observations (ChopNodLineScan, UnchoppedLineScan). Narrow wavelength ranges can be extracted from range-scans and fed in the drizzling as well. For this, use the new crop tasks described above
 
  • Fixed some wrong values of the 'onOffSource' meta keyword.
  • Fixed some inconsistencies in the units and labels of the pipeline products.
  • Added the missing keyword 'faintLines' to the observation context.
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Photometry

Spectroscopy

  • In order to be less sensitive to (on average) mispointed flux calibration observations, the flux calibration scheme has changed: the construction of the calibration tables is now based on the standard calibrators fluxes coming from the central 9 spaxels instead of the central one only. This implies that two new calibration tables were introduced in the calibration tree, namely observedResponse3x3 and calSourceFlux3x3. Those tables are used by default in specDiffCs and should lead to more reliable fluxes, notably in case of mispointed observations. An optional parameter, use3x3 (True by default), was added to specDiffCs. You can still use the former calibration scheme by setting use3x3 to False although it is not recommended.
Added:
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  • As a result of the new calibration scheme, the absolute fluxes found at level 2 are slightly reduced.
    • For extended sources, the new calibration is more accurate
    • The new calibration should not impact point sources, thanks to the so-called "central to 3x3" correction performed in extractCentralSpectrum. That correction was not necessary in hipe 9.0, as it was implicitly contained in the flux calibration files. In hipe 10, by default no average mis-pointing is included in the calibration files anymore, hence this extra correction, making use of the flux distribution between the spaxels to estimate the mispointing and correct for it.
 

Analysis tools

Photometry

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Pipeline

Photometry

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Spectroscopy

  • There is a new task pacsExtractSpectralRange to spectrally crop a (Sliced)PacsCube or (Sliced)PacsRebinnedCube.

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SPIRE

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  • Automatic correction to SSO frame for moving objects
  • Improved photometry consistency across all Source Extraction and Photometry tasks
 

Java version

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Spectra

Display

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Analysis

Data cubes

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Photometry

Spectroscopy

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  • The footprint of pointed observations is shown by projecting the rebinned cubes on a finer grid (0.5 arcsec pixelsize).
  • There is a new mask OUTOFBAND which masks the data at wavelengths where the signal is completely blocked by the used filter.
  • Slices which are completely masked by this OUTOFBAND mask are discarded during the level-0.5 processing.
  • Spectra are now by default rebinned to a standard wavelength grid, so that we avoid incompatible wavelength grid when subtracting on and off spectra from different observations.
  • New useful script for point source correction.
  • Improvements in the flatfielding:
    • Fixed flux conservation problem in some cases with background normalization in specFlatFieldRange.
    • Switched to linear fitter in specFlatFieldLine.
    • Improved line flux conservation in cases of low continuum.
  • One can now slice the level-0 data with pacsSpecSliceLevel0 to reduce the memory consumption of the processing till level-0.5.
  • Some simplifications in the ipipe scripts.
  • Drizzle works now also with sliced products.
  • Fixed some wrong values of the 'onOffSource' meta keyword.
  • Fixed some inconsistencies in the units and labels of the pipeline products.
  • Added the missing keyword 'faintLines' to the observation context.

 

Calibration

Photometry

Spectroscopy

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  • Displaying images uses less memory and is much faster.
  • Data fitting is now more robust in the presence of heavy outliers.
  • You can now edit table metadata directly in the GUI. Use the Add parameter, Edit parameter and Remove parameter entries from the table's popup menu.
  • You can now send the results of a query in the HSA User Interface directly to HIPE as a table dataset.
 HIFI
  • Introduction of a pipeline task to allow comparison of emission in DBS chop positions, !mkDbsReference task. It differences the chop positions in all DBS observations and after applying the band-pass correction stores them in a product in calibration->pipeline-out called ReferenceSpectra.
  • Major updates to flagTool
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  • Integral numbers in tables are left justified, as any other value. To easily compare them, an option to align them at the right is available in the table's popup mnu.
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  • You can edit cells in table dataset viewers by selecting Allow editing in the popup menu, then double clicking on the target cells and writing the new value. A corresponding Jython command will be echoed.
  • Integer numbers in tables are left justified, as any other value. To easily compare them, an option to align them at the right is available in the table's popup menu.
 

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File and directory selection

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OverPlotter

Astronomical utilities

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  • Healpix interpolation functionality
  • radialV task: removed corrections parameter (enum), replaced with correct (String).

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 Usability improvements. The selection of which pools to query is now more user-friendly, and right-click menus for certain actions on pools have been implemented. New pools can be created directly from the Product Browser by right-clicking, and local pools can be moved, renamed, deleted, etc.

Tasks

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  • Task Preferences
    • Preference to detect data retention in task parameters: when you reclaim memory via the "dustbin" button, tasks are checked to see if their parameters have data. You can then select which tasks to reset.
  • The system will now issue a warning if a task has apparently completed to 100% and more than 3 seconds pass before it has really completed execution (it detects tasks that "lie" about their completion status).
  • Task GUIs Help button will fall-back to on-line documentation if local documentation is not available.
  • Improved (updated) the information provided from tasks in the console (deprecated features and errors in tasks)
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  • open* (Task, View, File) tasks open a confirmation dialogue if they fail to execute.
  • You can ask for a list with all outputs when you call a task passing __list__=True as an argument (in beta, may be removed, experimental): out, out2, out3 = taskName(arg1, ..., argN, __list__=True)
  • For Jython task developers: the following wrappers (decorators) have been added to support working with the EDT: execLater, execAndWait (similar to the SwingUtils functions). An example is provided in the source of ia_task tests (TestTaskForViewsEdt.py)
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  • poolDataReader , poolDataWriter, loadObs, downObs and localStoreWriter removed : saveProduct and MyHSA (getObservation) contain a superset of their features.
  • Tables
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      • added more values to tableType : IPAC, SExtractor. SPACES now also reads TopCat ASCII Format.
      • Better support for table header reading.
    • New task sortTable will return a new table where rows have been sorted according to user criteria.
 
  • FITS
    • fitsReader and simpleFitsReader 's type parameters can now accept strings (not just Java enum values).
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Virtual Observatory

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Calibration

Photometry

Spectroscopy

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Analysis tools

Photometry

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Calibration

Photometry

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Analysis tools

Photometry

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Calibration

Photometry

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Analysis tools

Photometry

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  • User releases for Windows and Linux already include the correct Java version.
  • Developer releases and user releases for Mac do not include Java. You must ensure that you have a compatible version of Java installed on your system.
  • If the minor version of your installed Java is different from the recommended one (for instance, 1.6.0_35 instead of 1.6.0_37) HIPE prints a warning in the command line window from which it was started. Minor version differences are unlikely to cause problems, but this cannot be guaranteed.
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  • If the major version of your installed Java is different (for instance, 1.5.0 instead of 1.6.0) HIPE shows a warning in a dialogue window at startup. Major version differences are very likely to cause problems. We do not recommend that you try to run HIPE 10.0 with a Java version other than 1.6.0. In particular, HIPE 10 is known to give incorrect results if used under Java 7.
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  • If the major version of your installed Java is different (for instance, 1.5.0 instead of 1.6.0) HIPE shows a warning in a dialogue window at startup. Major version differences are very likely to cause problems. We do not recommend that you try to run HIPE 10.0 with a Java version other than 1.6.0. In particular, HIPE is known to give incorrect results if used under Java 7 with a locale different from en_US.
 

Core system

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HIFI

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HIFI Software Configuration and Properties

 

HIFI Calibration

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  • A new quality flag is introduced to warn of a single COMB failure
  • Improved checks and threshold values for the ZERO spectra.
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HRS Pipeline

 

Level 1 Pipeline

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  • Addition of a task to allow comparison of emission in DBS chop positions, mkDbsReference task. Differences the chop positions in all DBS observations and after applying the band-pass correction stores them in a product in calibration->pipeline-out called ReferenceSpectra. You may configure the task to average the differenced spectra together (a resampling is automatically done) and to resample the spectra yourself.
 
  • Additional parameters available to DoFilterLoads

Level 2 Pipeline

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  • HifiUplinkProduct format changed to a table dataset (easier to read)

HIFI Spectrum Toolbox

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Spectrum Explorer (HIFI specifics)

 

Spectrum tasks (HIFI specifics)

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  • DoFold task now doubles in the reported integration times in the metadata after folding.

HIFI Data Processing Tools

Standing Wave Removal

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Baseline Removal

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  • Improved performance stop button in non-interactive mode in fitBaseline
 

Deconvolution

  • Added a 'BRIGHT_LINE' toggle. If enabled, doDeconvolution will ignore data set with this channel flag. Useful for preventing `ghosts' of bright lines caused by the iterative nature of the deconvolution algorithm. You need to manually mask these lines using, for example, flagTool.
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    • All subbands can be displayed together (without gluing).
    • Flag type can be selected from the options above the plot instead of from a context menu
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HiClass export tool

 

Documentation

  • Updates to the HIFI Data Reduction Guide:

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  • It is possible to undo-redo in the console and in text fields for task parameters, by means of Ctrl-Z / Ctrl-Y (Linux & Windows) or Cmd-Z / Cmd-Y (OS X).
  • The maximum memory value shown in the memory bar reflects more accurately the actual memory available to HIPE. This value can vary slightly during a HIPE session.
  • The Locale is established as English so that the decimal separator will be a dot even in computers with language settings that use a comma for it. This ensures proper processing of tasks relying on it being a dot.
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Plotting

TablePlotter

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HIPE

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Variables view

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Miscellanea

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  • The maximum memory value shown in the memory bar reflects more accurately the actual memory available to HIPE. This value can vary slightly during a HIPE session.
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  • The Logging preferences panel is now available for installations without the PACS instrument too.
 

Plotting

TablePlotter

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HIFI

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  • Major updates to flagTool
  • Rotated cubes are now produced in the Level 2.5 product by default for maps carried out with a non-zero position angle, a non-rotated cube is also produced.
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Level 1 Pipeline

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  • Additional parameters available to DoFilterLoads

Level 2 Pipeline

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HIFI

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HIFI Calibration

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HIFI Pipeline

hifiPipeline task

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  • The option to customise the pipeline from the GUI is disabled by default when starting processing from Level 2
  • Mapping browse products changed so that the average spectrum and integrated cubes are shown for each subband separately
 

Level 0 Pipeline

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WBS Pipeline

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HRS Pipeline

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Level 1 Pipeline

  • Addition of a task to allow comparision of emission in DBS chop positions, !mkDbsReference task. Differences the chop positions in all DBS observations and after applying the band-pass correction stores them in a product in calibration->pipeline-out called ReferenceSpectra. You may configure the task to average the differenced spectra together (a resampling is automatically done) and to resample the spectra yourself.
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Level 2 Pipeline

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Level 2.5 Pipeline

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  • Flagged data are omitted from spectral cubes
  • Added a quality flag that is raised when doDeconvolution cannot complete in the Level 2.5 pipeline
 

HIFI Products

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HIFI Spectrum Toolbox

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Spectrum tasks (HIFI specifics)

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  • DoFold task now doubles in the reported integration times in the metadata after folding.
 

HIFI Data Processing Tools

Standing Wave Removal

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  • Added a 'BRIGHT_LINE' toggle. If enabled, doDeconvolution will ignore data set with this channel flag. Useful for preventing `ghosts' of bright lines caused by the iterative nature of the deconvolution algorithm. You need to manually mask these lines using, for example, flagTool.
  • Plotting output has been cleaned up and simplified.
  • doDeconvolution now gracefully exits whenever it fails to process an observation (occurs only for the most troublesome of data and is rare).
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Spectral Cube creation

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flagTool

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    • All data are displayed in a table to the left of the plot, enabling you to quickly select the datasets you want to flag without needing to cycle through all the data if not required.
    • All subbands can be displayed together (without gluing).
    • Flag type can be selected from the options above the plot instead of from a context menu
 
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HiClass export tool

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Documentation

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    • Addition of a chapter describing how to convert positions in data to offsets
    • Improvements and updates to "How to add and remove flags" chapter, including documentation of new flagTool in the "Setting flags interactively for many spectra" section
    • Improvements and updates to "Running the HIFI pipeline" chapter
    • Update to mapping browse product description in "Tour of a HIFI observation context" chapter
    • Removal of references to the old CubeSpectrumAnalysisToolbox and replacement with references to the new Cube Toolbox
    • Various typos, improvements to style consistency and bug fixes.
 

PACS

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    • Level1SpireMaskEditor is added to display/edit mask flags for Level1 data
    • Level0_5SpireMaskEditor is added to display/edit mask flags for Level0_5 data
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    • "outlierRejectionThreshold" parameter renamed to "outlierThreshold"
 

Spectrometer Pipeline

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Source extraction

  • sourceExtractorTimeline
    • Significant speed improvements
    • Parameters renamed: "fitEllipticalGaussian" renamed to "fitEllipticalGauss2d" and "modelGauss2DFixedWidth" renamed to "modelGauss2dSigma".

 

Interactive Analysis and Tools

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    • Can be opened and used in the Spectrum Explorer
    • More tasks available
    • Arithmetic operations (+, -, *, /) work in scripts, when performing calculations between an SDS product and either another SDS product, a spectrum, or a number
  • Observation Viewer:
    • More information displayed in the viewer for level 0 and level 0.5 products
  • SDS Explorer
    • N-E arrows added to show orientation of the arrays
  • convolutionMapper
    • New task to create a kernel-filtered map directly from timeline data
 

Documentation


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 See also the HIPE known issues and the Data products known issues pages for last-minute information on known problems.

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Editors & viewers

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Variables view

  • The variables panel is now split in two: observations at the top, other variables at the bottom. The old single panel can still be shown by pressing the button with tip Show single panel within the view's toolbar. The user's choice is remembered among HIPE sessions.
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File and directory selection

  • The open and save dialogs include user defined areas in the drop-down list labeled Look In or Save In.
  • When selecting a directory with a file chooser, files are also shown, although greyed out to indicate that they cannot be selected.
 

Miscellanea

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  • When selecting a directory with a file chooser, files are also shown, though greyed out to indicate that they cannot be selected.
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Plotting

TablePlotter

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HIPE

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Editors & viewers

  • Metadata can be edited directly in the GUI. It can be done by means of the options Add parameter, Edit parameter and Remove parameter in the table's popup menu.

Variables view

  • The variables panel is now split in two: observations at the top, other variables at the bottom. The old single panel can still be shown by pressing the button with tip Show single panel within the view's toolbar. The user's choice is remembered among HIPE sessions.

Miscellanea

 
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Plotting

TablePlotter

OverPlotter

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Astronomical utilities

  • New package herschel.ia.toolbox.astro.healpix (based on JPL Healpix Java library)

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  • User releases for Windows and Linux already include the correct Java version.
  • Developer releases and user releases for Mac do not include Java. You must ensure that you have a compatible version of Java installed on your system.
  • If the minor version of your installed Java is different from the recommended one (for instance, 1.6.0_35 instead of 1.6.0_37) HIPE prints a warning in the command line window from which it was started. Minor version differences are unlikely to cause problems, but this cannot be guaranteed.
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  • If the major version of your installed Java is different (for instance, 1.5.0 instead of 1.6.0) HIPE shows a warning in a dialogue window at startup. Major version differences are very likely to cause problems. We do not recommend that you try to run HIPE 10.0 with a Java version other than 1.6.0. In particular, HIPE 10 is known to give incorrect results if used under Java 7.
 

Core system

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Numeric routines

Data fitting

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Data interpolation

Random numbers

Statistics

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HIFI Pipeline

hifiPipeline task

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Level 0 Pipeline

WBS Pipeline

HRS Pipeline

Level 1 Pipeline

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  • Addition of a task to allow comparision of emission in DBS chop positions, !mkDbsReference task. Differences the chop positions in all DBS observations and after applying the band-pass correction stores them in a product in calibration->pipeline-out called ReferenceSpectra. You may configure the task to average the differenced spectra together (a resampling is automatically done) and to resample the spectra yourself.
 

Level 2 Pipeline

Level 2.5 Pipeline

HIFI Products

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  • HifiUplinkProduct format changed to a table dataset (easier to read)
 

HIFI Spectrum Toolbox

Spectrum Explorer (HIFI specifics)

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Standing Wave Removal

Baseline Removal

Deconvolution

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  • Added a 'BRIGHT_LINE' toggle. If enabled, doDeconvolution will ignore data set with this channel flag. Useful for preventing `ghosts' of bright lines caused by the iterative nature of the deconvolution algorithm. You need to manually mask these lines using, for example, flagTool.
  • Plotting output has been cleaned up and simplified.
  • doDeconvolution now gracefully exits whenever it fails to process an observation (occurs only for the most troublesome of data and is rare).
 

Spectral Cube creation

flagTool

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SPIRE

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Spire Dataset

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Calibration Products

Calibration Framework

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Engineering Conversion

Common Pipeline

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    • Added a diagnosticDetector task parameter for diagnostic purpose
    • All the long task parameters are shortened
    • The parameter types for detectGlitches, detectLargeGl and repairGlitches parameters are changed to Boolean.
 

Photometer Pipeline

  • New zeroPointCorrection task for cross-calibration with Planck HFI maps. This can only be run at the HSC until the HFI maps are made public. The output maps are included in the Level-2 context.
  • New ssoMotionCorrection task to produce modified Level-1 timelines adjusted to the reference frame of the moving object. Additional maps are created from this timeline and included in the Level-2 context.
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  • DestriperTask
    • Added the minVel, maxVel, chanNoise and method task parameters to be in synch with naive mapper.
    • Added useOnlyMasks and ignoreDefaultMasks task parameters in synch with map mapper.
    • Added jumpThresh and jumpIter task parameters for jump detections.
    • Two second level deglitch algorithms are added, sigma-kappa and two sigmas
    • The startParameters type changed to DestriperDiagnosticProduct.
    • The meta data in startParameters has been changed to include all requirement meta keywords.

  • SpireMaskEditor
    • SpireMaskEditor is deleted
    • Level1SpireMaskEditor is added to display/edit mask flags for Level1 data
    • Level0_5SpireMaskEditor is added to display/edit mask flags for Level0_5 data
 

Spectrometer Pipeline

Interactive Analysis and Tools

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Documentation

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HIFI

HIFI Software Configuration and Properties

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Products and datasets

Observation context

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Product Access Layer

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Product Access

The "Save Product to Pool" view used to require that Enter was pressed after entering a tag to use when saving the product. This is now longer necessary. User friendliness of the view is also improved by providing direct user feedback when a tag is entered that is not valid, by coloring the cell red as you type.

Product Browser

Usability improvements. The selection of which pools to query is now more user-friendly, and right-click menus for certain actions on pools have been implemented. New pools can be created directly from the Product Browser by right-clicking, and local pools can be moved, renamed, deleted, etc.

 

Tasks

  • Speed-up of the registration and initialization of tasks. Tasks no longer create a default GUI (in Views). If needed, this GUI will be created on demand. This can speed up start-up time of hcss.dp.core by 20%.

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Images

Display

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  • It is possible to set the standard cut levels which should be used in the preference panel.
 

Analysis

Spectra

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Herschel Science Archive

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Calibration sources

Products and datasets

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Virtual Observatory

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  • Fix issues with WebStart applications (such as Aladin, HSA User Interface): Problems starting the applications on Windows XP, problems with automatic log-in.
 

Installer

Documentation

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Java version

  • HIPE 10.0 was built and tested against the Oracle Java Runtime Environment (JRE) version 1.6.0_37.
  • User releases for Windows and Linux already include the correct Java version.
  • Developer releases and user releases for Mac do not include Java. You must ensure that you have a compatible version of Java installed on your system.
  • If the minor version of your installed Java is different from the recommended one (for instance, 1.6.0_35 instead of 1.6.0_37) HIPE prints a warning in the command line window from which it was started. Minor version differences are unlikely to cause problems, but this cannot be guaranteed.
  • If the major version of your installed Java is different (for instance, 1.5.0 instead of 1.6.0) HIPE shows a warning in a dialogue window at startup. Major version differences are very likely to cause problems. We do not recommend that you try to run HIPE 10.0 with a Java version other than 1.6.0.
 

Core system

HIPE

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Dataset viewer

Astronomical utilities

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  • Healpix interpolation functionality
  • radialV task: removed corrections parameter (enum), replaced with correct (String).

 

Numeric routines

Data fitting

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  • Speed-up of the registration and initialization of tasks. Tasks no longer create a default GUI (in Views). If needed, this GUI will be created on demand. This can speed up start-up time of hcss.dp.core by 20%.
  • Task Preferences
    • Preference to detect data retention in task parameters: when you reclaim memory via the "dustbin" button, tasks are checked to see if their parameters have data. You can then select which tasks to reset.
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  • The system will now issue a warning if a task has apparently completed to 100% and more than 3 seconds pass before it has really completed execution (it detects tasks that "lie" about their completion status).
  • Task GUIs Help button will fall-back to on-line documentation if local documentation is not available.
  • Improved (updated) the information provided from tasks in the console (deprecated features and errors in tasks)
  • pause & resume are no longer tasks but just plain functions. They appear documented in the UM (they were in the URM before).
  • open* (Task, View, File) tasks open a confirmation dialogue if they fail to execute.
  • You can ask for a list with all outputs when you call a task passing __list__=True as an argument (in beta, may be removed, experimental): out, out2, out3 = taskName(arg1, ..., argN, __list__=True)
  • For Jython task developers: the following wrappers (decorators) have been added to support working with the EDT: execLater, execAndWait (similar to the SwingUtils functions). An example is provided in the source of ia_task tests (TestTaskForViewsEdt.py)

 

Quality control

Systematic product generation

Data input-output

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  • Tables
    • asciiTableReader task improvements:
      • Documentation: More examples, better tooltips and manual page (URM)
      • added more values to tableType : IPAC, SExtractor. SPACES now also reads TopCat ASCII Format
      • Better support for table header reading
    • New task sortTable will return a new table where rows have been sorted according to user criteria
  • FITS
    • fitsReader and simpleFitsReader 's type parameters can now accept strings (not just Java enum values).
    • Import View will check and ask for confirmation if the expected memory needs exceed the available memory

 

Virtual Observatory

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Preprocessing

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  • The Pcal products now have correctly filled in metadata.
 

Engineering Conversion

Common Pipeline

Photometer Pipeline

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  • New ssoMotionCorrection task to produce modified Level-1 timelines adjusted to the reference frame of the moving object. Additional maps are created from this timeline and included in the Level-2 context.
 

Spectrometer Pipeline

Interactive Analysis and Tools

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HIPE

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Plotting

TablePlotter

OverPlotter

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  • Speed-up of the registration and initialization of tasks. Tasks no longer create a default GUI (in Views). If needed, this GUI will be created on demand. This can speed up start-up time of hcss.dp.core by 20%.
  • Task Preferences
    • Preference to detect data retention in task parameters: when you reclaim memory via the "dustbin" button, tasks are checked to see if their parameters have data. You can then select which tasks to reset.
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Quality control

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Product Access Layer

Tasks

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  • Task Preferences
    • Preference to detect data retention in task parameters: when you reclaim memory via the "dustbin" button, tasks are checked to see if their parameters have data. You can then select which tasks to reset.
 

Quality control

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See also the HIPE known issues and the Data products known issues pages for last-minute information on known problems.

Highlights

HIPE

HIFI

PACS

SPIRE

Core system

HIPE

Plotting

TablePlotter

OverPlotter

Dataset viewer

Astronomical utilities

Numeric routines

Data fitting

Data interpolation

Random numbers

Statistics

Trend analysis

Mapping

Other functions

Source extraction

Images

Display

Analysis

Spectra

Display

Analysis

Data cubes

Display

Analysis

Herschel Science Archive

Calibration sources

Products and datasets

Observation context

Product Access Layer

Tasks

Quality control

Systematic product generation

Data input-output

Virtual Observatory

Installer

Documentation

HIFI

HIFI Software Configuration and Properties

HIFI Calibration

HIFI Pipeline

hifiPipeline task

Level 0 Pipeline

WBS Pipeline

HRS Pipeline

Level 1 Pipeline

Level 2 Pipeline

Level 2.5 Pipeline

HIFI Products

HIFI Spectrum Toolbox

Spectrum Explorer (HIFI specifics)

Spectrum tasks (HIFI specifics)

HIFI Data Processing Tools

Standing Wave Removal

Baseline Removal

Deconvolution

Spectral Cube creation

flagTool

HiClass export tool

Documentation

PACS

Pipeline

Photometry

Spectroscopy

Calibration

Photometry

Spectroscopy

Analysis tools

Photometry

Spectroscopy

Product changes

Photometry

Spectroscopy

Documentation

SPIRE

Calibration Products

Calibration Framework

Preprocessing

Engineering Conversion

Common Pipeline

Photometer Pipeline

Spectrometer Pipeline

Interactive Analysis and Tools

Documentation


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