Difference between revisions of "Frequency maps angular power spectra"
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and 217GHz, masked with mask2
For HFI, these are the spectra of the 13 detector (set) maps at 100, 143 and 217GHz, masked with mask2 are the maps used in the High-ell
Revision as of 17:06, 20 February 2013
Here will be a number of power spectra.
- For LFI, these will be at 30, 40, and 70 GHz. To Be filled by Polenta
- For HFI, these are the auto and cross-spectra of the 13 detector (set) maps at 100, 143 and 217GHz, all masked with mask2 for ease of comparison. These are the maps used in the High-ell likelihood, although in the likelihood the cross-spectra used are obtained with different masks according to specific cross-spectra.
- EFH to add the purpose of these spectra and of the associated covariance matrices, and a description of how they are obtained, including the inputs used to build them (maps, beams, mask),
- AMo to add description of FITS file with sample header.
- NB. contrary to the R1.00 (pre-)delivery, in the R1.10 final delivery each spectrum and associated covar matrix will be packaged together in a single file.
A general description of the product, including e.g. figures related to the contents (e.g. maps, tables), and some explanation of its scientific meaning. If there are scientific warnings about the use of the product (User’s caveats), they should also be given here, or at least references to other explanatory documents (papers etc).
Description of the Pipeline used to generate the product. In particular any limitations and approximations used in the data processing should be listed. Avoiding detailed descriptions of methods and referring to other parts of the ES and/or the relevant Planck papers for the details. References however should be quite detailed (i.e. it is not enough to direct the user to a paper, but the relevant section in the paper should be provided).
A list (and brief description to the extent possible) of the input data used to generate this product (down to file names), as well as any external ancillary data sets which were used.
A description of other products that are related and share some commonalities with the product being described here. E.g. if the description is of a generic product (e.g. frequency maps), all the products falling into that type should be listed and referenced.
A detailed description of the data format of each file, including header keywords for fits files, extension names, column names, formats….
(Planck) Low Frequency Instrument
(Planck) High Frequency Instrument
Flexible Image Transfer Specification