11 July 2016 ESO science data product standard for 1D spectral products
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The ESO Phase 3 process allows the upload, validation, storage, and publication of reduced data through the ESO Science Archive Facility. Since its introduction, ~2 million data products have been archived and published; 80% of them are one-dimensional extracted and calibrated spectra. Central to Phase3 is the ESO science data product standard that defines metadata and data format of any product. This contribution describes the ESO data standard for 1d-spectra, its adoption by the reduction pipelines of selected instrument modes for in-house generation of reduced spectra, the enhanced archive legacy value. Archive usage statistics are provided.
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Alberto Micol, Alberto Micol, Magda Arnaboldi, Magda Arnaboldi, Nausicaa A. R. Delmotte, Nausicaa A. R. Delmotte, Laura Mascetti, Laura Mascetti, Joerg Retzlaff, Joerg Retzlaff, } "ESO science data product standard for 1D spectral products", Proc. SPIE 9910, Observatory Operations: Strategies, Processes, and Systems VI, 991030 (11 July 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2232655; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2232655


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