As stated previously, DEEP, UDEEP, and WIDE all have very similar file structures and similar relations between the relative sizes of most of their butler datasets, with the exception of their schema files, which take up the same space in all three directories.

In order to better understand where each of these files are coming from, here is a table. This table is formatted like the one above, with the wildcards being bolded. To be more succinct, unlike above, please assume that all of these paths dwell within DEEP, UDEEP, or WIDE

Butler File |
Path |

FORCEDSRC |
**number**/**filter**/tract*number*/FORCEDSRC-**number**-**number**.fits |

warp |
deepCoadd/**filter**/**number**/**number**,**number**/warp-**filter**-**number**-**number,number**-**number**.fits |

mergeDet |
deepCoadd-results/merged/**number**/**number,number**/mergeDet-**filter**-**number**-**number,number**.fits |

ref |
deepCoadd-results/merged/**number**/**number,number**/ref-**filter**-**number**-**number,number**.fits |

calexp |
deepCoadd-results/**filter**/**number**/**number,number**/calexp-**filter**-**number**-**number,number**.fits |

det_bkgd |
deepCoadd-results/**filter**/**number**/**number,number**/det_bkgd-**filter**-**number**-**number,number**.fits |

det |
deepCoadd-results/**filter**/**number**/**number,number**/det-**filter**-**number**-**number,number**.fits |

forced_src |
deepCoadd-results/**filter**/**number**/**number,number**/forced_src-**filter**-**number**-**number,number**.fits |

meas |
deepCoadd-results/**filter**/**number**/**number,number**/meas-**filter**-**number**-**number,number**.fits |

srcMatchFull |
deepCoadd-results/**filter**/**number**/**number,number**/srcMatchFull-**filter**-**number**-**number,number**.fits |

srcMatch |
deepCoadd-results/**filter**/**number**/**number,number**/srcMatch-**filter**-**number**-**number,number**.fits |

fcr |
jointcal-results/**number**/fcr-**number**-**number**.fits |

wcs |
jointcal-results/**number**/wcs-**number**-**number**.fits |

schema files |
schema/* |

I have finally finished the histograms on the space taken up by various butler datasets. As you will see below, SFM is fundamentally different from the other three directories (DEEP, UDEEP, WIDE).

Let's first consider the SFM butler space graph below:

Here, I found the paths to these files partially through butler and partially just by snooping around the SFM directory. The location of these files are included in the table below, but please take note of my short-hand: if a word in the path is bold, then that means that it is a wildcard for the directories that fit that descriptor. For example, if I specified the path to a file as /SFM/

numberthen that would mean that the file would reside in one of the many subdirectories inside of SFM that is a number.Butler filePathnumber/filter/corr/CORR-number-number.fitsnumber/filter/output/SRC-number-number.fitsnumber/filter/output/SRCMATCH-number-number.fitsnumber/filter/output/SRCMATCHFULL-number-number.fitsnumber/filter/corr/BKGD-number-number.fitsnumber/filter/singleFrameDriver_metadata/number.boostnumber/filter/thumbs/flattened-number-number.pngnumber/filter/thumbs/oss-number-number.pngIn a separate comment, I will discuss the other three directories since their structures are all so similar.