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[ascl:1802.004] ARTIP: Automated Radio Telescope Image Processing Pipeline

The Automated Radio Telescope Image Processing Pipeline (ARTIP) automates the entire process of flagging, calibrating, and imaging for radio-interferometric data. ARTIP starts with raw data, i.e. a measurement set and goes through multiple stages, such as flux calibration, bandpass calibration, phase calibration, and imaging to generate continuum and spectral line images. Each stage can also be run independently. The pipeline provides continuous feedback to the user through various messages, charts and logs. It is written using standard python libraries and the CASA package. The pipeline can deal with datasets with multiple spectral windows and also multiple target sources which may have arbitrary combinations of flux/bandpass/phase calibrators.

Code site:
https://github.com/RTIP/artip
Appears in:
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2017arXiv171203511G
Bibcode:
2018ascl.soft02004S
Preferred citation method:

Please acknowledge with the following phrase: This paper makes use of ARTIP - the Automated Radio Telescope Imaging Pipeline developed by IUCAA (http://www.iucaa.in/) and ThoughtWorks (https://www.thoughtworks.com/)


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