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SPIRE instrument and calibration web pages

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    • Beware These developer builds do not undergo the same in-depth testing as the user releases do. The latest developer build can be found here.
      Info Please contact the Herschel helpdesk if you plan to use a developer build as there may be some additional information needed in order for you to properly make use of it.

  • Within HIPE you can access all the SPIRE data reduction and HIPE-user documentation. The SPIRE Data Reduction Guide (SDRG) follows the user pipeline scripts and also explains the details of pipeline processing and data analysis. It is also available online here:
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  • SPIA: The SPIRE Photometer Interactive Analysis (SPIA) package is available as a plug-in for HIPE. SPIA provides a structured GUI based access to the more intricate parts of the scan map photometer pipeline for SPIRE without the immediate need to resort to scripts. More information can be found in the SDRG or on the SPIA web page

The SPIRE Launch Pads

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  • The SPIRE Launch Pads are single sheet quick entries (like a cheat sheet) into SPIRE data reduction and providing quick references to the relevant sections in the SPIRE Data Reduction Guide. There are launch pads for Data Access, SPIRE Photometer and Spectrometer data reduction.
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  • The SPIRE Launch Pads are single sheet quick entries (like a cheat sheet) into SPIRE data reduction and providing quick references to the relevant sections in the SPIRE Data Reduction Guide. There are launch pads for Data Access, SPIRE Photometer and Spectrometer data reduction.
 
 
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