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Pipeline Recipes

This section describes the eclipse recipes that are used in the ISAAC pipeline. The recipes have a variety of purposes, from recipes that take quality control data to recipes that produce reduced data. Not all recipes will be of direct interest to people wishing to reduce ISAAC data.

The principle purpose of these recipes is to produce and use calibration products that can be used to reduce ISAAC data. These recipes produce products such as flat fields, fits to slit curvature, wavelength calibration, etc.

Recipes to produce calibrations and to do quality control
isaacp sw_spflat Creates spectroscopic flat fields
isaacp sw_arc Models the slit curvature
isaacp slitpos Measures slit positions
isaacp sw_startrace Models the trace of a star as a function of y
isaacp sw_respfunc Measures the spectroscopic throughput
Recipes to reduce the data
isaacp sw_spjitter Reduces ISAAC spectroscopic data


Christopher Lidman