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Cookbooks

  • Our version of cookbooks are the pipeline scripts, because (i) we recommend you rereduce your data in any case and (ii) these scripts are heavily commented to guide you through the data reduction process. These data reduction scripts are available in HIPE under the menu: Pipeline --> PACS --> Photometer/Spectrometer.
  • See also the walkthroughs on the NHSC PACS page.
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  • The PACS Launch Pads from May 2012 for photometry are provided here for photometry. These are taken from the first chapter of the PDRGs and are a useful quick-start guide to loading your data into HIPE, and then what to know and do before you begin reprocessing your data with one of the pipelines.
  • The PACS Launch Pads from Jun 2013 (for Track 11) are provided here for spectroscopy. These are taken from the first chapter of the PDRGs and are a useful quick-start guide to loading your data into HIPE, and then what to know and do before you begin reprocessing your data with one of the pipelines. In addition, we take you through all the things you need to think about before reprocessing your PACS spectroscopy through the pipeline yourself:
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  • The PACS Launch Pads from June 2013 for photometry are provided here for photometry. These are taken from the first chapter of the PDRGs and are a useful quick-start guide to loading your data into HIPE, and then what to know and do before you begin reprocessing your data with one of the pipelines.
  • The PACS Launch Pads from July 2013 (for Track 11) are provided here for spectroscopy. These are taken from the first chapter of the PDRGs and are a useful quick-start guide to loading your data into HIPE, and then what to know and do before you begin reprocessing your data with one of the pipelines. In addition, we take you through all the things you need to think about before reprocessing your PACS spectroscopy through the pipeline yourself:
 
    • why we recommend you do re-pipeline your data
    • what you need to pay attention to for different types of astronomical source
    • what the post-pipeline processing tasks are you can, or must, do.
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