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LPVEx Website. General Info. Where possible we would like to archive all data collected during the experiment, associated modeling output, and datasets resulting from post-experiment investigations on a new 2 TB server at CSU

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lpvex website
LPVEx Website

LPVEx 2010

general info
General Info
  • Where possible we would like to archive all data collected during the experiment, associated modeling output, and datasets resulting from post-experiment investigations on a new 2 TB server at CSU
  • FTP transfer is encouraged for smaller datasets. Here’s the tentative plan:
    • Create a LPVEx web account
      • Check the Instrument PI checkbox
      • Enter any instruments you wish to be associated with
    • Once your account is approved, you will also gain access to the LPVEx server for uploading data
    • The username and password to FTP into the LPVEx server will be the same as the website account
    • Once logged in, upload all data to the directory called dat/ in your home directory that will hold all of your uploaded data
    • A script on the server will figure out where your data should go on the server for the public to download it
file naming convention
File Naming Convention
  • For the script to work properly, it would be nice to have a naming convention in place. We can probably accommodate variations but it would be nice to have the following information in the file names:
    • [obs]: Refers to the type of observation. Where Gnd=Ground, Air=Aircraft, Shp=Ship and Sat=Satellite.
    • [sub-obs]: Refers to the name of the specific site in the event of ground observations
    • [instrument]: Is the name of the instrument.
    • [YYMMDDhhmmss]: This is the date/timestamp when the data was collected. YY=year, MM=month, DD=day, hh=hour, mm=minute, ss=seconds
    • [Misc]: Refers to any other information you want to be included in the file name.
    • Example: Gnd.Emasalo.mrr.101001060000_V001.R001.dat
      • When the script reads this file name, it would know that the file is from the Emasalo Ground Site and contains MRR data collected on October 1st, 2010 at 0600.

[obs].[sub-obs].[instrument ].[YYMMDDhhmmss]_[Misc].dat

Alternatively we could provide space for each PI to indicate their preferred naming convention through the website and manually modify the script but this would obviously involve more work.

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