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Herschel On-Line Data Processing Workshop for Newcomers 2014, 24-27 June 2014

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Workshop web site

Download the latest HIPE User Release (HIPE 12.0)

What is HIPE?

HIPE stands for 'Herschel Interactive Processing Environment'. This is the software for browsing, analyzing and reprocessing Herschel data.

Which version of HIPE do I need?

The latest version of HIPE 12 will be the version of HIPE that will be used during the workshop. This version of HIPE 12 can be downloaded from the links below.  Please install HIPE on your personal laptop (minimum requirements: RAM 4GB) prior to the start of the workshop  following the installation instructions given below for the different operating systems. Report any problems during the installation process through the HSC Helpdesk

Important note: You have to keep your internet connection on during the process as you download all the necessary components during the installation. 

Download HIPE 12.0

HIPE Users' Documentation

You can have a look at the on-line HIPE 12 documentation clicking on the link below.

Agenda

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Herschel Data Processing Workshop for Newcomers 2014, 24-27 June 2014

Final Agenda (All times are CEST = Central European Summer Time)

Tuesday 24 June 2014 -- General issues

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Access to WebEx webcast*

We recommend you to establish the connection a few minutes before the official start time. The webex line will be available from 09:45 am CEST every day.

10:00-10:30 CEST: Welcome to the Herschel P. García-Lario
10:30-11:00 CEST: An introduction to the Herschel Science Archive User Interface E. Verdugo
11:00-11:30 CEST: An introduction to HIPE pdf B. Merín
11:30-12:00 CEST: Coffee/Tea break
12:00-12:30 CEST: Analysis of Herschel data in HIPE B. Merín
12:30-13:00 CEST: Questions & Answers on the Herschel Science Archive, products and HIPE All

Wednesday 25 June 2014 -- PACS

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10:00-10:30 CEST: Introduction to PACS instrument and data K. Exter
10:30-11:00 CEST: PACS photometer products and data processing L. Calzoletti
11:00-11:30 CEST: PACS photometry data analysis L. Calzoletti
11:30-12:00 CEST: Coffee break
12:00-12:30 CEST: PACS spectrometer products and data processing demo script (remove the ".txt") K. Exter
12:30-13:00 CEST: PACS spectrometer data analysis K. Exter

Thursday 26 June 2014 -- HIFI

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10:00-10:45 CEST: Introduction to HIFI instrument and data D. Teyssier
10:45-11:30 CEST: Specifics and post-processing of HIFI pointed observations D. Teyssier
11:30-12:00 CEST: Coffee break
12:00-12:30 CEST: Specifics and post-processing of HIFI spectral scan observations D. Teyssier
12:30-13:00 CEST: Specifics and post-processing of HIFI mapping observations I. Avruch

Friday 27 June 2014 -- SPIRE

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10:00-10:30 CEST: Introduction to SPIRE instrument and data T. Lim
10:30-11:00 CEST: SPIRE photometer products and data processing T. Lim
11:00-11:30 CEST: SPIRE photometry data analysis T. Lim
11:30-12:00 CEST: Coffee break
12:00-12:30 CEST: SPIRE spectrometer products and data processing E. Polehampton
12:30-13:00 CEST: SPIRE spectrometer data analysis E. Polehampton

 

Sample Datasets

These are some OBSIDs that you can use for your tests with the sysyem. Enjoy Herschel data! The PACS Range Spectroscopy ones will be used during the demos tomorrow.

Instrument obsid(s) target name notes
PACS Phot (Parallel) 1342211604 M31 Nearby galaxy
PACS Phot 1342215720 and 1342215721 GX 339-4 Point-like source
PACS Phot 1342185575 and 1342185576 Sh104 Extended source
PACS Phot 1342185553 and 1342185554 RCW120 Extended source - but requires more memory!
SPIRE Phot (Parallel) 1342211604 Nearby galaxy  
SPIRE Phot 1342183678 RCW 120  
HIFI Single Point 1342244603 W51  
HIFI Map 1342249579 Orion Bar C+ map  
HIFI Spectral Scan 1342218628 Orion Bar band 4a  
PACS Line Spec 1342186799 M82 Nearby galaxy
PACS Line Spec (spectral mapping) 1342187205 M82 Nearby galaxy
PACS Line Spec 1342182002 NGC 5315  
PACS Range Spec 1342231295 NGC 2440  
PACS Range Spec 1342197795 R Dor
PACS Line Spec 1342191294 NGC1365
PACS Range Spec 1342225838 AFGL 618 point source: demo #1 spec on day 2
PACS map 1342193133 AFGL 618 point source: demo #1 spec on day 2
PACS Line Spec 1342246640 NGC 40 mapping on a planetary nebula: demo #1 spec on day 2
SPIRE Spec 1342256105 IRC+10216 Nice spectrum
SPIRE Spec 1342214831 NGC6240 will be used in demo
SPIRE Spec 1342214832 dark sky for NGC6240
SPIRE Spec 1342203586 SPIRE Photo map of NGC6240
SPIRE Spec 1342265845 SPIRE Spectral map of Orion Bar (HD37041)  
SPIRE PACS Parallel 1342186121, 1342186122 Rosette Nebula Nice image

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