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What's coming up in HIPE 14

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Core system

HIPE

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Default editor

The default editor for every type of data, which is the one used when double clicking on a variable, is preserved regardless the editors opened through the Open With menu.

The previous behaviour, which is to use the last opened editor as the default, can still be set, by means of a new preference in the Editors & Viewers category.

Recent open files

The size of the recently opened files list, which can be accessed through the File menu, is now configurable through preferences.

Quick Analysis

There is a new perspective in HIPE, which is accessible by clicking on the magnifying glass at the top right toolbar, for quickly inspecting scientific data from the Herschel Science Archive.

Observations can be searched by target name, observation id, operational day or Ra/Dec.

When clicking on an observation, its standalone browse products are opened in the editor area for quick analysis, by means of the image, spectra or cube viewers.

Opening the observation context instead is also possible, either with the popup menu or by configuring so as the default behaviour, in the Quick Analysis preferences category.

 

Plotting

TablePlotter

OverPlotter

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    • Unimap and Jscanam maps are generated for Solar System Objects, by combining scan and cross-scan observations.
    • A block detection and masking method is implemented to avoid strong signal gradients generated by the calibration blocks. The quality of Level2.5 is enhanced in particular for those observations acquired at the early stage of the mission (e.g. Science Demonstration Phase) where calibration blocks were acquired in the middle of the scans.
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    • The JScanam ipipe script scanmap_JScanam_multiplePairs is designed to process multiple pairs of obsIDs and it is upgraded by introducing the scanamorphosAlignFrames Task. This Task aligns the Frames signal levels, belonging to every observation, to a common offset level, by exploiting the overlapping sky regions. This new capability is particulary useful to recover a common background level over observations that are partially or slightly overlapping.
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    • The JScanam ipipe script scanmap_JScanam_multiplePairs is designed to process multiple pairs of obsIDs and it is upgraded by introducing the scanamorphosAlignFrames Task. This Task aligns the Frames signal levels, belonging to every observation, to a common offset level, by exploiting the overlapping sky regions. This new capability is particulary useful to recover a common background level over observations that are partially or slightly overlapping.
 
    • the script scanmap_Unimap_memory_optimized is added within the Pipelines menu for allowing to run the Unimap release located on the userís computer by using the minimum amount of memory. It is particularly useful for processing large observations or/and if several obsIDs should be processed all together in a single run.
    • the photextended_pipeline_L3 script is available within the Pipelines menu to generate mosaics of Unimpa and Jscanam Level2.5 maps
  • Unimap : Unimap 6.2.0 is spawned by the Standard Product Generator (SPG) to create Level2.5 products. See the Photometer Data Reduction Guide and the offical Unimap webpages (http://infocom.uniroma1.it/unimap/) to know what's new about the 6.2.0 Unimap release.
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