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This epic covers work to visualise jointcal following
DM-8477 by producing a generalised way to add new monitors to squash (eg. by developing a cookiecutter for monitor bokeh apps). This will allow further monitor visualisations to be added with minimal effort.
For developer efficiency, this epic is blocked on
The Monitor App was extended to support multiple verification packages see e.g. https://squash-demo.lsst.codes We'll see jointcal measurements once jointcal data is flowing to SQuaSH.
In https://sqr-009.lsst.io/ we propose two possible workflows:
1) Developers could perform the verification measurements through the package tests. The results are then sent to SQuaSH via the stack-os-matrix job triggered by the developer when they test their development branches.
2) Use specialized verification packages like validade_drp that execute the Science Pipeline Task of interest, each task produces its verification job with their metric measurements and the results are sent to SQuaSH after the execution of each Task.
We decided not to pursue this work at this point since given the JupyterLab experiments we are going to look at potentially sharing or shifting bokeh visualisation to notebooks. The points in this epic were applied to