Herschel Highly Processed Data Products


Introduction

The Herschel Science Archive contains products obtained by processing the observations data through an automatic processing pipeline. This corrects well a number of instrumental artifacts in an automatic fashion. The final products can, however, be significantly improved by processing them further, e.g. by means of the interactive analysis software tools available within HIPE or with the help of other external tools and/or user contributed software.

The resulting products are called Highly Processed Data Products (HPDPs). In a broader sense this definition includes catalogues and atlases. In the near future, the Herschel Science Archive is expected to be enhanced with the functionality for continuous ingestion of new expert provided data products, catalogues and atlases, in the form of HPDPs.

For the moment, this web page is intended to play the role of a Highly Processed Data Products repository by providing links to those external sites (mostly via ftp repositories hosted by the Herschel Science Centre) containing data generated by different experts in the Herschel Science Ground Segment (and associated documentation), that may eventually be ingested into the Herschel Science Archive.

Highly Processed Data Products

The table below provides access to the currently available Highly Processed Data Products (HPDPs) sorted by instrument:

HIFI Highly-Processed Data Products

HPDP Name Release Note  Data  Repository Latest update Available from HSA?
HIFI Expert Reduced SScans Release Note Data [Date] Not yet
HIFI Expert Reduced Maps Release Note Data (23 Gbytes) [07-12-2016] Not yet
HIFI Reference Position Spectra Data Products Release Note Data (21 Gbytes) [19-01-2017] Not yet
HIFI Line Catalogue Release Note Data [Date] Not yet
HIFI Uncertainty Table Data Products Release Note Data (625 Mbytes) [12-05-2016] Not yet
HIFI Anomalous Data Release Note Data [Date] Not yet

PACS Highly-Processed Data Products

HPDP Name Release Note  Data  Repository Latest update Available from HSA?
PACS-S Red leak spectra Release Note Data (272 Mbytes) [29-03-2017] Not yet
PACS-S Pointing Offset Correction Release Note Data [Date] Not yet
PACS-S Blue Range Spectra Release Note Data [Date] Not yet
PACS-S OFF Spectra Release Note Data [Date] Not yet
PACS-S Unchopped Baseline Removal Release Note Data [Date] Not yet
PACS-S Non-Standard AOT Release Note Data [Date] Not yet
PACS-S Expert Processed Problematic Observations Release Note Data [Date] Not yet
PACS-P Point Source Catalogue Release Note Data (236 Mbytes) [17-May-2017] Not yet
PACS-P Unimap HPDP Release Note Data [Date] Not yet
PACS-P JScanam HPDP Release Note Data (142 Gbytes) [19-04-2017] Not yet

SPIRE Highly-Processed Data Products

HPDP Name Release Note  Data  Repository Latest update Available from HSA?
SPIRE FTS background subtracted sparse mode spectra Release Note Data [Date] Not yet
SPIRE FTS expert processed spectra of calibrators Release Note Data (46 Mbytes) [23-01-2017] Not yet
SPIRE FTS expert processed problematic observations Release Note Data [Date] Not yet
SPIRE FTS high absoluteResolution cubes Release Note Data (1.5 Gbytes) [23-01-2017] Not yet
SPIRE FTS spectral feature catalogue Release Note Data [04-04-2017] Not yet
SPIRE-P HiRes map products Release Note Data (151 Gbytes) [23-01-2017] Not yet
SPIRE-P level-3 map of the Galactic plane (tentative) Release Note Data [Date] Not yet
SPIRE-P Point Source Catalogue Release Note Data (134 Mbytes) [08-02-2017] Not yet
SPIRE-P Astrometry Corrected Maps Release Note Data (1.3 Gbytes) [06-06-2017] Not yet
SPIRE-P maps fixed for striping (tentative) Release Note Data [Date] Not yet

 

Basic guidelines on how to provide highly processed data products, catalogues and atlases are provided in the document "Herschel Data Products Contributor's Guide".

Please contact the Herschel Science Centre Helpdesk if you have any question or if you need further assistance on how to deliver Highly Processed Data Products. Feedback and comments related to the contents of this web page are welcome.