Data searching and viewing
Two online viewers of our Oracle
database, one 'quick and easy' the other 'advanced'. GoWise allows you to quickly locate and preview, download and inspect the quality of images and source lists. With the DBViewer you can view, filter, sort and download content of all
tables in the database and generate your own SQL statements.
Color Image Maker
With the Dependency Cut-out you get per source the CCD cut-outs of the science and calibration frames on which its data reduction depended. The Color Image Maker allows you to create an RGB image from calibrated science images (i.e., RegriddedFrames and CoaddedRegriddedFrames).
This tool, the calibration timestamp editor,
makes it possible to edit the timestamps of the different calibration
files and set the quality. This is the driver seat of the calibration
scientist, editing the timestamps and quality flags. It also
gives a graphical overview of which calibration files are used in the
Viewing source code
Documentation of the Python scripts used in the
Astro-WISE system. This documentation comes from comments in the
scripts themself. All the documentation of all scripts in all the
packages is browsable in this interface.
All the source code of the Astro-WISE system is
maintained with CVS. This version management tool allows different
users on different locations to work on the same source code. All the
source code can be viewed, including all the changes that have been
committed by the developers. CVS is federating the code.
The Google Sky web service is overplotted with Frame,
SourceList and source information from the Astro-WISE database. The database
content is plotted on the scale of individual sources to the whole sky.
The image data (the pixels) come from the Google Sky web service.