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  1. Data Management
  2. DM-16372

Formulate plans for global photometric calibration (FGCM, Übercal, etc).

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    • Type: Story
    • Status: To Do
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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    • Component/s: DM Subsystem Science
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      A scientist-friendly description of the DM approach  to photometric calibration; effectively, a re-write of LSE-180 is needed; The baseline (as described in LSE-180) is obsolete.

      We need to formulate a plan for running Jointcal, FGCM, etc in operations. 

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            swinbank John Swinbank added a comment - - edited

            So I think there are two issues here: the first is to ensure we have a coherent, up-to-date plan that describes what the construction team is building (I think this is what you mean by “we need to formulate a plan for running Jointcal, FGCM, etc in operations”), and the other is to present the likely result of that plan in a way that is digestible to scientists.

            Ensuring that the plan is coherent and up-to-date is an ongoing process for the DRP tea. We'd certainly appreciate input from the SST, but ultimately, it's a DRP responsibility. I'm a little concerned that the design in various folks minds now is running ahead of the documentation, and addressing that is one reason I'm going to Princeton in ~a month. This should drive an update to the written plan, in terms of both LDM-151 and the construction schedule.

            Presenting that plan in a scientist-friendly way sounds like a very useful activity for the SST to undertake in parallel with the DRP efforts!

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            swinbank John Swinbank added a comment - - edited So I think there are two issues here: the first is to ensure we have a coherent, up-to-date plan that describes what the construction team is building (I think this is what you mean by “we need to formulate a plan for running Jointcal, FGCM, etc in operations”), and the other is to present the likely result of that plan in a way that is digestible to scientists. Ensuring that the plan is coherent and up-to-date is an ongoing process for the DRP tea. We'd certainly appreciate input from the SST, but ultimately, it's a DRP responsibility. I'm a little concerned that the design in various folks minds now is running ahead of the documentation, and addressing that is one reason I'm going to Princeton in ~a month. This should drive an update to the written plan, in terms of both LDM-151 and the construction schedule. Presenting that plan in a scientist-friendly way sounds like a very useful activity for the SST to undertake in parallel with the DRP efforts!

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                lguy Leanne Guy
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                lguy Leanne Guy
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                John Parejko, John Swinbank, Leanne Guy
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