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Any of the calibration trees can be retrieved in HIPE from the HSA using (e.g.) cal = spireCal(calTree="spire_cal_10_1") etc. The default (applicable to the Hipe version) can be obtained with cal = spireCal(calTree="spire_cal") The latest calibration context for SPIRE can be obtained as a .zip file from Latest calibration trees. The zipped file is a pool, so it should be unpacked in the local store folder and then loaded in HIPE with cal = spireCal(pool="spire_cal_10_1").
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  • Any of the calibration trees can be retrieved in HIPE from the HSA using (e.g.) cal = spireCal(calTree="spire_cal_10_1") etc. The default (applicable to the HIPE version in use) can be obtained with cal = spireCal(calTree="spire_cal"). It can then be saved to a local pool right-clicking on the cal variable and then selecting from the context menu Send To -> Local Pool.
  • Alternatively, the latest calibration tree for SPIRE can be obtained as a jar file from Latest calibration trees. Then, you have to possibilities to read and save:
    1. The jar file can be load directly into HIPE with the command: cal = spireCal(jarFile="PATH_TO_FILE/spire_cal_10_1.jar"). To save it to a local pool, proceed as described above, right-clicking on the cal variable and then selecting from the context menu Send To -> Local Pool.
    2. The jar file can also be saved directly to a local pool without opening HIPE, running the following command in the terminal command line: cal_import PATH_TO_FILE/spire_cal_10_1.jar. Then, to load the calibration tree in HIPE, simply type: cal = spireCal(pool="spire_cal_10_1")
  See the SPIRE Data Reduction Guide for more details.
 
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