MIS: A Miriad Interferometry Singledish Toolkit

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MIS: A Miriad Interferometry Singledish Toolkit

Post by owlice » Mon Oct 31, 2011 11:25 pm

MIS: A Miriad Interferometry Singledish Toolkit

Abstract: MIS is a pipeline toolkit using the package MIRIAD to combine Interferometric and Single Dish data. This was prompted by our observations made with the Combined Array For Research in Millimeter-wave Astronomy (CARMA) interferometer of the star-forming region NGC 1333, a large survey highlighting the new 23-element and singledish observing modes. The project consists of 20 CARMA datasets each containing interferometric as well as simultaneously obtained single dish data, for 3 molecular spectral lines and continuum, in 527 different pointings, covering an area of about 8 by 11 arcminutes. A small group of collaborators then shared this toolkit and their parameters via CVS, and scripts were developed to ensure uniform data reduction across the group. The pipeline was run end-to-end each night that new observations were obtained, producing maps that contained all the data to date. This approach could serve as a model for repeated calibration and mapping of large mixed-mode correlation datasets from ALMA.

Credit: Pound, Marc; Teuben, Peter

Site: https://web.archive.org/web/20191021002 ... hp/Scripts

Bibcode: 2011ascl.soft10025P

ID: ascl:1110.025
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