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Introduction to ARTIP - Automated Radio Telescope Imaging Pipeline

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Introduction to ARTIP - Automated Radio Telescope Imaging Pipeline


Unread postby Eli 1 month ago

We are glad to introduce ARTIP (Automated Radio Telescope Imaging Pipeline) developed by IUCAA (http://www.iucaa.in/) and ThoughtWorks (https://www.thoughtworks.com/).

ARTIP is an end-to-end pipeline automating the entire process of flagging, calibration and imaging for radio-interferometric data. The pipeline uses various statistical techniques to automatically identify bad antennas, baselines, time ranges and radio frequency interference (RFI).

The pipeline is written using standard python libraries and the CASA package. It has been tested against narrow-band (1 - 10 MHz) datasets (~ 6 to 30GB) produced by Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope, Pune (GMRT) and Very Large Array, NM (VLA).

ARTIP is open source and can be found here: https://github.com/RTIP/artip

Please let us know if you have any suggestions/feedback. These would allow us to enhance ARTIP.

From Neeraj
(on behalf of ARTIP-team)

You never lose, unless you stop trying!

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