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DM-13388 Enable visit-level sky subtraction for HSC by default
DM-13389 Enable transmission curve attachment for HSC by default
- is triggered by
RFC-440 Update calibrations in /datasets/hsc/repo and enable new HSC pipeline steps
- relates to
DM-13256 Reprocess RC with w_2018_04
Hsin-Fang Chiang, the RFC has been adopted and the data have arrived. Could you please move the calibs into the appropriate place and run installTransmissionCurves.py on the main HSC repo?
|Assignee||Paul Price [ price ]||Hsin-Fang Chiang [ hchiang2 ]|
The new calibs have been copied into /datasets/hsc/calib/20180117/.
The transmission curves data were generated using stack w_2018_04.
setup obs_subaru -t w_2018_04
|Status||To Do [ 10001 ]||In Progress [ 3 ]|
|Link||This issue relates to IHS-755 [ IHS-755 ]|
It's ready for use. I was thinking to feel more confident with the w_2018_04 RC processing, but I think it's all good.
The default calib repo of /datasets/hsc/repo has been changed to this new calibs. (i.e. /datasets/hsc/repo/CALIB now points to /datasets/hsc/calib/20180117 )
|Reviewers||Jim Bosch [ jbosch ]|
|Status||In Progress [ 3 ]||In Review [ 10004 ]|
Ah, it hadn't occurred to me that the w_2018_04 RC would use these, as I was thinking primarily of the sky frames and transmission curves whose usage wasn't enabled until after that release, but I suppose it would of course use the new versions of the calibs (and I do think that's fine).
Paul Price, the transmission curves look good to me, but I'm not qualified to judge the rest. Could you take a quick look and mark this as Review Complete when you're satisfied?
|Reviewers||Jim Bosch [ jbosch ]||Jim Bosch, Paul Price [ jbosch, price ]|
Looks good to me. I ran a couple of CCDs through processCcd.py just to be sure; no worries.
|Status||In Review [ 10004 ]||Reviewed [ 10101 ]|
|Resolution||Done [ 10000 ]|
|Status||Reviewed [ 10101 ]||Done [ 10002 ]|
|Team||Data Release Production [ 10301 ]||Data Facility [ 12219 ]|
New calibs are flowing into /scratch/pprice/CALIB-20180117 via Globus.