Set of Frames (SOF) Files
Here's an example of
sof (set of frames) files generated by the XSHooter pipeline when creating a master bias frame.
There are 4 files creates:
Here you will find VOEvent packet examples for the 4 types of LV event alerts:
Preliminary GCN Notice. The automated preliminary notice is sent (via GCN) within 1-10 minutes of event detection and the trigger visible in GraceDB. Once a map has been generated a second preliminary notice is sent.
Initial GCN Notices. A source classification (BNS, NSBH, BHBH ..) and updated skymap will be released within 4-24 hrs. The initial notice is also accompanied by a GCN Circular which is the first formal publication of the candidate and can be cited as such.
|# This file shows the minimum example of a Python based EsoRex recipe that can|
|# be integrated into a EsoReflex workflow, i.e. executed with the RecipeExecuter|
|# The appropriate module needs to first be loaded that provides the facilities|
|# for declaring an EsoRex recipe plugin.|
|# Additionally it is convenient to import some of the utility functions from the|
|# module directly into this code's namespace. Note, the import statement above|
|drop table scheduler_api_calls;|
|CREATE TABLE `scheduler_api_calls` (|
|`primaryId` bigint(20) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,|
|`transientBucketId` bigint(20) NOT NULL,|
|`objectName` varchar(50) NOT NULL,|
|`magnitude` double DEFAULT NULL,|
|`limitingMagnitude` tinyint(4) DEFAULT NULL,|
|`apiCallType` varchar(45) DEFAULT NULL,|
|`triggerTime` datetime NOT NULL,|
Once FITS frames are added to the ESO Archive they are renamed with a standardised format. The original names are often more informative. This is a bash script to rename ESO fits files back to their original names.
This script will run on a folder of ZTF avro alerts (e.g. an unarchived bundle from the ZTF nightly archives).
Create a conda environment within which to run the script:
conda create -n avro_speed_test python=2.7 pip