18 July 2014 Advanced data products for the JCMT Science Archive
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The JCMT Science Archive is a collaboration between the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope and the Canadian Astronomy Data Centre to provide access to raw and reduced data from SCUBA-2 and the telescope’s heterodyne instruments. It was designed to include a range of advanced data products, created either by external groups, such as the JCMT Legacy Survey teams, or by the JCMT staff at the Joint Astronomy Centre. We are currently developing the archive to include a set of advanced data products which combine all of the publicly available data. We have developed a sky tiling scheme based on HEALPix tiles to allow us to construct co-added maps and data cubes on a well-defined grid. There will also be source catalogs both of regions of extended emission and the compact sources detected within these regions.
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Graham S. Bell, Graham S. Bell, Sarah F. Graves, Sarah F. Graves, Malcolm J. Currie, Malcolm J. Currie, David S. Berry, David S. Berry, Harriet Parsons, Harriet Parsons, Timothy Jenness, Timothy Jenness, Russell O. Redman, Russell O. Redman, Jessica T. Dempsey, Jessica T. Dempsey, Doug Johnstone, Doug Johnstone, Frossie Economou, Frossie Economou, } "Advanced data products for the JCMT Science Archive", Proc. SPIE 9152, Software and Cyberinfrastructure for Astronomy III, 91522J (18 July 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2054983; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2054983


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