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  1. Data Management
  2. DM-2518

Add a CFHT-based post-build integration test to the sandbox build

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    • Status: Done
    • Resolution: Done
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      From Dominique Boutigny

      I have installed some simple stack validation tools working on CFHT data in /lsst8/boutigny/valid_cfht

      Here is the content of the README file :

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      This directory contains a set of utilities to validate a stack release with CFHT data

      At the moment, only validation plots for the astrometry are produced

      Directories :
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      rawDownload : contain raw CFHT images (flat, dark, bias, fringe,... corrected)
      reference_plots : contain reference plots corresponding to the best results obtain so far.

      Files :
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      setup.cfht : stack environment setup
      valid_cfht.sh : run processCcd taks on the cfht images
      valid_cfht.sh init : create the input/ouput directories, ingest raw images and run processCcd
      valid_cfht.sh : without the "init" argument, runs processCcd assuming that the directory structure exists and that the raw images have been ingested.
      valid_cfht.py : run some analysis on the output data produced by valid_cfht.sh
      processConfig.py : configuration parameters for processCcd
      run.list : list of vistits / ccd to be processed by processCcd

      Requirements :
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      obs_cfht : tickets/DM-1593
      astrometry_net_data : SDSS_DR9 reference catalog corresponding for CFHT Deep Field #3
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      Basically it produces a set of plots stored in a png image that can be compared to a reference plot corresponding to the best results obtained so far with stack_v10_0

      I hope that this is useful. Just be careful that I wrote these scripts with my own "fat hand full of fingers" and that it is just basic code from a non expert. If it is useful, I can certainly add more plots to validate the psf determination, photometry, etc.

      Comments, suggestions and criticisms are very welcome.

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              • Assignee:
                wmwood-vasey Michael Wood-Vasey
                Reporter:
                frossie Frossie Economou
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                David Nidever [X] (Inactive), Dominique Boutigny, Frossie Economou, Michael Wood-Vasey, Tim Jenness
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