Release 2.1 Jan 2006
Apologies, at present your results URL are not automatically returned. Please carry out your search as below (one data set at a time) and then email firstname.lastname@example.org
with the approximate time (UT) when you made your query and the target, and I will send you the URL.
Use this form to extract automatically processed visibility data for archived sources. At present, most L- and C-band continuum data (around 1.4 and 5 GHz) taken between 1992-1999 inclusive, are available.
The data will be retrieved as a multi-source FITS file (SPLAT) exported from AIPS for the field requested in each processing block (up to one month long). Owing to a bug, the results will be unpredictable if more than one suitable data set exists. Please use the archive query form to identify the date range within which the data you want were observed and restrict the time range appropriately so that you retrieve one dataset at a time. This will be fixed as soon as possible. We apologise for the inconvenience. Associated calibration sources and solution, flag etc. tables will be included. The data for the field alone will also be written out as a single-source, single channel SPLIT file with any relevant calibration applied. See the archive query form for the source originally observed and the MERLIN User Guide for futher data reduction and other information. Please use the acknowledgement in any publication.
For further details contact email@example.com
This is an experimental service so feedback and reports of any problems are welcome.
After submitting the completed form, you will be directed to a page giving your results. Data extraction may take 2 min - hours depending on the amount of data. When complete, you can download your data.
This service uses ParselTongue, Python, Perl, MiniSQL, CGI and AIPS. Anita Richards January 2006