The p3d logo. a general data-reduction tool for fiber-fed integral-field spectrographs
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Here, we show some images of the different parts of p3d in operation; click on the thumbnails to see a larger version of each image. Select among the following four categories:


Main control panel of p3d

These screenshots show the main panel of the p3d GUI, setup to use the 4kx4k CCD of the PMAS/LARR IFU (first image), the 2kx4k CCD of the PMAS/PPAK IFU (second image), and the Mitchell Spectrograph [VIRUS-P]/bundle 2 (third image).

The p3d main panel GUI - VIMOS, Quadrant 1
The p3d main panel GUI - VIMOS, Combine the data
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The p3d main panel GUI - LARR
The p3d main panel GUI - PPAK
The p3d main panel GUI - Mitchell Spectrograph [VIRUS-P]/bundle 2
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Tracing

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These two screenshots show the GUI that pops up when spectrum positions have been located in the first step of the tracing procedure. Using this tool one can check if p3d has found all spectra. These plot were made using data of the PMAS/PPAK/2kx4k-CCD instrument; the first screenshot shows all spectra and the second screenshot a zoom.

The trace-check GUI of p3d
The trace-check GUI of p3d
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Dispersion mask creation

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These two screenshots show the dispersion mask creation GUI before (first plot) and after (second plot) a dispersion solution has been created. Each row in the upper image represents the spectrum of one spatial element. A reference spectrum is shown in the lower row (indicated with a red disk in the upper image). These plot were made using data of the PMAS/PPAK/2kx4k-CCD instrument.

The dispersion mask creation tool of p3d
The dispersion mask creation tool of p3d
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Spectrum Viewer

These two screenshots show the spectrum viewer of p3d using VIMOS data; the first image uses most space of an HD screen (1920x1200 px²) and the lower image is smaller.

The spectrum viewer of p3d - VIMOS, 1913x1190px^2
The spectrum viewer of p3d - VIMOS, 1256x808px^2
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The following images show the spectrum viewer of p3d using VIMOS data of a standard star. The three screenshots show the main panel, the enlarged spatial-map panel, and the sensitivity-function panel, respectively.

The spectrum viewer of p3d - VIMOS, 1312x950px^2
The spectrum viewer of p3d - VIMOS, 1312x950px^2
The spectrum viewer of p3d - VIMOS, 1312x950px^2
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These two screenshots show the spectrum viewer of p3d using MUSE data; this is how the spectrum viewer appears on a 2560x1600 px² 30" screen.

The spectrum viewer of p3d, main panel - MUSE, 2516x1513px^2
The spectrum viewer of p3d, enlarged spatial map - MUSE, 2516x1513px^2
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The following four screenshots show the spectrum viewer of p3d using the publicly available MUSE data of M42.

The spectrum viewer of p3d - MUSE M42, 1913x1190px^2
The spectrum viewer of p3d, enlarged spatial map tab - MUSE M42, 1913x1190px^2
The spectrum viewer of p3d, using an inverted Stern Spezial color table - MUSE M42, 1761x1124px^2
The spectrum viewer of p3d, using a larger spatial-map area on the main panel - MUSE M42, 1761x1124px^2
Viewing these 75–110 GiB data cubes is as easy as entering the following on the command line:
p3d_sv_vm.sh --noqueue DATACUBEFINALuser_20140216T010259_cf767044.fits.
To save on RAM and be a bit more informative one could instead use:
p3d_sv_vm.sh --noqueue DATACUBEFINALuser_20140216T010259_cf767044.fits /noerrors /verbose colortable=-4.
The data cube(s) can be downloaded here.
Note! The machine used to view the cubes needs at least as much RAM as the CUBE is big (or half that when the error data are not loaded).
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This screenshot shows the spectrum viewer of p3d, using the Mitchell Spectrograph [VIRUS-P]/bundle 2.

The spectrum viewer of p3d
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Image Viewer

This screenshot shows the image viewer of p3d, illustrating data of PMAS/LARR/4kx4k-CCD. For this CCD four different fields are read out separately, and are then combined by p3d. Each horizontal line is a spectrum, the red overplotted lines indicate the positions of the spectra.

The image viewer of p3d
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Line Fits
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page last updated on: Friday March 10, 2017 14:15:52; retrieved on: Friday March 24, 2017 21:44:40