ALMA Pipeline Progress and Status. ANASAC Face-to-Face Sept 16-17, 2013. Jeff Kern. CASA Team Lead. Pipeline Status. ALMA Interferometric Pipeline is ready to support Cycle 1 Data reduction Calibration and Diagnostic Images of Phase and Bandpass Calibrators Single Dish through imaging *
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Sept 16-17, 2013
ALMA Interferometric Pipeline is ready to support Cycle 1 Data reduction
Calibration and Diagnostic Images of Phase and Bandpass Calibrators
Single Dish through imaging*
No support for combination
Some human intervention still required:
Rapid progress made in past year:
Tiger Team led by Todd Hunter
Built on experience from cycle-0 reduction
* Still developing global consensus on best single dish reduction. Pipeline is closely connected to this discussion.
ANASAC Face-to-Face: Sept. 16,17 2013
Liz Humphries (Chair)
Eric Villard (Deputy)
Todd Hunter (ex officio: Tiger Team Lead)
Actually had hoped to already be at this state by now!
Planning for user test prior to Cycle-2 Operations to gather responses from Cycle 1 Experience.
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