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* Reducing a Spectral-Line mosaic (using CO J=1-0 in NGC4254 from CARMA STING, Rahman et al. 2010)
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Reducing a Spectral-Line mosaic (using CO J=1-0 in M99 (NGC4254) from CARMA STING, Rahman et al. 2010)
** [[Extracting data from MIRIAD]]
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We present two methods:
** Before you calibrate: try [[Data flagging with plotms]] or [[Data flagging with viewer]]. (These demonstrate flagging with VLA data, but are quite thorough and well worth a look.)
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Using the wideband to calibrate the narrowbands:
** [[Importing and Calibrating a Mosaicked Spectral Line Dataset]]
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* [[CARMA spectral line mosaic M99]] (developed for the 2010 NRAO Synthesis Summer School)
** [[Imaging a Mosaicked Spectral Line Dataset]]
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Calibrating each spectral window separately (only for very strong phase calibrators):
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* [[Extracting data from MIRIAD]]
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* [[Importing and Calibrating a Mosaicked Spectral Line Dataset]]
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* [[Imaging a Mosaicked Spectral Line Dataset]]

Revision as of 14:13, 17 May 2010

Reducing a Spectral-Line mosaic (using CO J=1-0 in M99 (NGC4254) from CARMA STING, Rahman et al. 2010) We present two methods: Using the wideband to calibrate the narrowbands:

Calibrating each spectral window separately (only for very strong phase calibrators):