Difference: CSPTimeSeries (1 vs. 10)

Revision 102017-01-18 - DaveMorris

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaSciencePriorities"
Science use Cases for Time Series

Group A:

  • Common requirement: Combine photometry and light curves of a given object/list of objects in the same photometric band

  • Use Case #1: Supernova classification using the light curve
    • Description: The visual light curves of the different supernova types vary in shape and amplitude, based on the underlying mechanisms of the explosion, the way that visible radiation is produced, and the transparency of the ejected material.
File:Comparative supernova type light curves.png
    • Requirements
      • Combine photometry and light curves of a given object in the same photometric band
      • Show me a list of data that satisfies
        • Target= SN 2011FE
        • Datatype= Photometry or TimeSeries/lightcurves
        • Axes include time
        • Axes include brightness
        • Information on photometric band (zero point, transmission curve of the filter)

  • Use Case #2: Long-term analysis of eclipsing binaries (based on Park et al. 2012)
    • Description: Long-term period and light curve variations, based on the historical data and new observations. The continuous period increase can be interpreted as a mass transfer from the secondary to the primary star. The most likely explanation of the sinusoidal variation found is a light-traveltime effect due to the existence of a circumbinary object which would make BX Dra a triple system.
    • Requirements
      • Combine photometry and light curves of a given object in the same photometric band
      • Show me a list of data that satisfies
        • Target= BX Dra
        • Datatype= Photometry or TimeSeries/lightcurves
        • Axes include time
        • Axes include brightness
        • Information on photometric band (zero point, transmission curve of the filter)

  • Use case #3: Diiscovering brown dwarfs by analyzing binary microlensing events (based on Shin et al. 2012)

    • Requirements
      • Combine photometry and light curves of a given object/list of objects
      • Show me a list of data that satisfies
        • Target= list of obbjects
        • Datatype= Photometry or TimeSeries/lightcurves
        • Axes include time
        • Axes include brightness
        • Information on photometric band (zero point, transmission curve of the filter)

  • Use Case #4: Eclipsing binary systems (based on Gómez Maqueo et al 2009)
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype=TimeSeries/lightcurves
      • Axes include phase (or axes including time and information on the period available in the metadata)
      • Axes include differences in magnitudes

Group B:

  • Common requirement: Combine photometry and light curves of a given object/list of objects in different photometric bands

  • Use Case #5: Follow-up characterisation of supernovae (based on Zhang et al. arXiv:1208.6078v1)
    • Description: Light curves at different wavelength provide different information allowing a better understanding of the physical processes related to the supernovae explosion.
    • Requirements
      • Combine photometry and light curves of a given object in the same photometric band. Repeat this for all the available bands.
      • Show me a list of data that satisfies
        • Target= SN 2010JL
        • Datatype= Photometry or TimeSeries/lightcurves
        • Axes include time
        • Axes include brightness
        • Information on photometric band (zero point, transmission curve of the filter)

Group C:

  • Common requirement: Time series other than light curves

  • Use Case #6: Exoplanet studies using radial velocities (based on Lagrange et al. 2012)
    • Description: Using high precision Harps data collected over 8 years since 2003, beta Pic radial velocities have been measured and analyse to put direct constrains on the mass of beta Pic b and to search for additional jovian planets on orbits closer than typically 2 AU.
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype= TimeSeries/radial velocity curves
      • Axes include time
      • Axes include radial velocity

  • Use Case #7: Asteroseismic studies of pulsating variables (based on Garcia-Hernandez et al. 2009)
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype=TimeSeries/power spectra
      • Axes include frequencies
      • Axes include power

  • Use Case #8: Spectral and temporal variability study of X-ray sources (based on Zhang et al. 2006)
    • Description: With currently available XMM-Newton EPIC pn observations spanned over about 3 yr, a detailed spectral and temporal variability of the 0.2-10 keV X-ray emission from the X-ray-bright BL Lac object PKS 2155-304 is presented.
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype=TimeSeries/hardness ratio
      • Axes include time
      • Axes include hardness ratio
Resources Collection of links to existing efforts and relevant information

IVOA DAL WG pages on Light Curves and Time Series http://wiki.ivoa.net/twiki/bin/view/IVOA/LightCurves
Draft IVOA note on 'Time Series Data' (Dec 2010) http://wiki.ivoa.net/internal/IVOA/LightCurves/STSP.pdf
Deleted:
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.Astro Simple Time Series Web page http://dotastro.org/simpletimeseries/
.Astro Simple Time Series in Hotwiring the Transients Universe book (2009) http://www.cacr.caltech.edu/hotwired2/book/chapters/TimeSeries.pdf
 
Time Series Slides (Urbana 2012) Timeseries_VO_Urbana_may2012.pdf


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Revision 92012-10-20 - EnriqueSolano

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaSciencePriorities"
Science use Cases for Time Series

Group A:

  • Common requirement: Combine photometry and light curves of a given object/list of objects in the same photometric band

  • Use Case #1: Supernova classification using the light curve
    • Description: The visual light curves of the different supernova types vary in shape and amplitude, based on the underlying mechanisms of the explosion, the way that visible radiation is produced, and the transparency of the ejected material.
File:Comparative supernova type light curves.png
    • Requirements
      • Combine photometry and light curves of a given object in the same photometric band
      • Show me a list of data that satisfies
        • Target= SN 2011FE
        • Datatype= Photometry or TimeSeries/lightcurves
        • Axes include time
        • Axes include brightness
        • Information on photometric band (zero point, transmission curve of the filter)

  • Use Case #2: Long-term analysis of eclipsing binaries (based on Park et al. 2012)
Changed:
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<
    • Description: Long-term period and light curve variations, based on the historical data and new observations. The continuous period increase can be interpreted as a mass transfer from the secondary to the primary star. The most likely explanation of the sinusoidal variation found is a light-traveltime effect due to the existence of a circumbinary object which would make BX Dra a triple system.
>
>
    • Description: Long-term period and light curve variations, based on the historical data and new observations. The continuous period increase can be interpreted as a mass transfer from the secondary to the primary star. The most likely explanation of the sinusoidal variation found is a light-traveltime effect due to the existence of a circumbinary object which would make BX Dra a triple system.
 
    • Requirements
      • Combine photometry and light curves of a given object in the same photometric band
      • Show me a list of data that satisfies
        • Target= BX Dra
        • Datatype= Photometry or TimeSeries/lightcurves
        • Axes include time
        • Axes include brightness
        • Information on photometric band (zero point, transmission curve of the filter)

  • Use case #3: Diiscovering brown dwarfs by analyzing binary microlensing events (based on Shin et al. 2012)

    • Requirements
      • Combine photometry and light curves of a given object/list of objects
      • Show me a list of data that satisfies
        • Target= list of obbjects
        • Datatype= Photometry or TimeSeries/lightcurves
        • Axes include time
        • Axes include brightness
        • Information on photometric band (zero point, transmission curve of the filter)

  • Use Case #4: Eclipsing binary systems (based on Gómez Maqueo et al 2009)
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype=TimeSeries/lightcurves
      • Axes include phase (or axes including time and information on the period available in the metadata)
      • Axes include differences in magnitudes

Group B:

  • Common requirement: Combine photometry and light curves of a given object/list of objects in different photometric bands

  • Use Case #5: Follow-up characterisation of supernovae (based on Zhang et al. arXiv:1208.6078v1)
    • Description: Light curves at different wavelength provide different information allowing a better understanding of the physical processes related to the supernovae explosion.
    • Requirements
      • Combine photometry and light curves of a given object in the same photometric band. Repeat this for all the available bands.
      • Show me a list of data that satisfies
        • Target= SN 2010JL
        • Datatype= Photometry or TimeSeries/lightcurves
        • Axes include time
        • Axes include brightness
        • Information on photometric band (zero point, transmission curve of the filter)

Group C:

Changed:
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Common requirement: Discovery of radial velocity curves of a given object/list of objects

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Common requirement: Time series other than light curves

 

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    • Description: Radial
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    • Description: Using high precision Harps data collected over 8 years since 2003, beta Pic radial velocities have been measured and analyse to put direct constrains on the mass of beta Pic b and to search for additional jovian planets on orbits closer than typically 2 AU.
 
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype= TimeSeries/radial velocity curves
      • Axes include time
      • Axes include radial velocity
Changed:
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<
>
>
 
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype=TimeSeries/power spectra
      • Axes include frequencies
      • Axes include power

  • Use Case #8: Spectral and temporal variability study of X-ray sources (based on Zhang et al. 2006)
Added:
>
>
    • Description: With currently available XMM-Newton EPIC pn observations spanned over about 3 yr, a detailed spectral and temporal variability of the 0.2-10 keV X-ray emission from the X-ray-bright BL Lac object PKS 2155-304 is presented.
 
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype=TimeSeries/hardness ratio
      • Axes include time
      • Axes include hardness ratio
Resources Collection of links to existing efforts and relevant information

IVOA DAL WG pages on Light Curves and Time Series http://wiki.ivoa.net/twiki/bin/view/IVOA/LightCurves
Draft IVOA note on 'Time Series Data' (Dec 2010) http://wiki.ivoa.net/internal/IVOA/LightCurves/STSP.pdf
.Astro Simple Time Series Web page http://dotastro.org/simpletimeseries/
.Astro Simple Time Series in Hotwiring the Transients Universe book (2009) http://www.cacr.caltech.edu/hotwired2/book/chapters/TimeSeries.pdf
Time Series Slides (Urbana 2012) Timeseries_VO_Urbana_may2012.pdf


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Revision 82012-09-26 - MarkAllen

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaSciencePriorities"
Science use Cases for Time Series

Group A:

  • Common requirement: Combine photometry and light curves of a given object/list of objects in the same photometric band

  • Use Case #1: Supernova classification using the light curve
    • Description: The visual light curves of the different supernova types vary in shape and amplitude, based on the underlying mechanisms of the explosion, the way that visible radiation is produced, and the transparency of the ejected material.
File:Comparative supernova type light curves.png
    • Requirements
      • Combine photometry and light curves of a given object in the same photometric band
      • Show me a list of data that satisfies
        • Target= SN 2011FE
        • Datatype= Photometry or TimeSeries/lightcurves
        • Axes include time
        • Axes include brightness
        • Information on photometric band (zero point, transmission curve of the filter)

  • Use Case #2: Long-term analysis of eclipsing binaries (based on Park et al. 2012)
    • Description: Long-term period and light curve variations, based on the historical data and new observations. The continuous period increase can be interpreted as a mass transfer from the secondary to the primary star. The most likely explanation of the sinusoidal variation found is a light-traveltime effect due to the existence of a circumbinary object which would make BX Dra a triple system.
    • Requirements
      • Combine photometry and light curves of a given object in the same photometric band
      • Show me a list of data that satisfies
        • Target= BX Dra
        • Datatype= Photometry or TimeSeries/lightcurves
        • Axes include time
        • Axes include brightness
        • Information on photometric band (zero point, transmission curve of the filter)
Changed:
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>
 
  • Use case #3: Diiscovering brown dwarfs by analyzing binary microlensing events (based on Shin et al. 2012)

Changed:
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<
    • Requirements
>
>
    • Requirements
 
      • Combine photometry and light curves of a given object/list of objects
      • Show me a list of data that satisfies
        • Target= list of obbjects
        • Datatype= Photometry or TimeSeries/lightcurves
        • Axes include time
        • Axes include brightness
        • Information on photometric band (zero point, transmission curve of the filter)

  • Use Case #4: Eclipsing binary systems (based on Gómez Maqueo et al 2009)
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype=TimeSeries/lightcurves
      • Axes include phase (or axes including time and information on the period available in the metadata)
      • Axes include differences in magnitudes

Group B:

  • Common requirement: Combine photometry and light curves of a given object/list of objects in different photometric bands

  • Use Case #5: Follow-up characterisation of supernovae (based on Zhang et al. arXiv:1208.6078v1)
    • Description: Light curves at different wavelength provide different information allowing a better understanding of the physical processes related to the supernovae explosion.
    • Requirements
      • Combine photometry and light curves of a given object in the same photometric band. Repeat this for all the available bands.
      • Show me a list of data that satisfies
        • Target= SN 2010JL
        • Datatype= Photometry or TimeSeries/lightcurves
        • Axes include time
        • Axes include brightness
        • Information on photometric band (zero point, transmission curve of the filter)

Group C:

  • Common requirement: Discovery of radial velocity curves of a given object/list of objects

  • Use Case #6: Exoplanet studies using radial velocities (based on Lagrange et al. 2012)
    • Description: Radial
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype= TimeSeries/radial velocity curves
      • Axes include time
      • Axes include radial velocity

  • Use Case #7: Asteroseismic studies of pulsating variables (based on García-Hernández et al. 2009)
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype=TimeSeries/power spectra
      • Axes include frequencies
      • Axes include power

  • Use Case #8: Spectral and temporal variability study of X-ray sources (based on Zhang et al. 2006)
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype=TimeSeries/hardness ratio
      • Axes include time
      • Axes include hardness ratio
Resources Collection of links to existing efforts and relevant information

IVOA DAL WG pages on Light Curves and Time Series http://wiki.ivoa.net/twiki/bin/view/IVOA/LightCurves
Draft IVOA note on 'Time Series Data' (Dec 2010) http://wiki.ivoa.net/internal/IVOA/LightCurves/STSP.pdf
Changed:
<
<
.Astronomy Simple Time Series Web page http://dotastro.org/simpletimeseries/
.Astronomy Simple Time Series in Hotwiring the Transients Universe book (2009) http://www.cacr.caltech.edu/hotwired2/book/chapters/TimeSeries.pdf
>
>
.Astro Simple Time Series Web page http://dotastro.org/simpletimeseries/
.Astro Simple Time Series in Hotwiring the Transients Universe book (2009) http://www.cacr.caltech.edu/hotwired2/book/chapters/TimeSeries.pdf
 
Time Series Slides (Urbana 2012) Timeseries_VO_Urbana_may2012.pdf


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Revision 72012-09-22 - EnriqueSolano

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaSciencePriorities"
Science use Cases for Time Series
Added:
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Group A:

  • Common requirement: Combine photometry and light curves of a given object/list of objects in the same photometric band

 
  • Use Case #1: Supernova classification using the light curve
    • Description: The visual light curves of the different supernova types vary in shape and amplitude, based on the underlying mechanisms of the explosion, the way that visible radiation is produced, and the transparency of the ejected material.
File:Comparative supernova type light curves.png
    • Requirements
      • Combine photometry and light curves of a given object in the same photometric band
      • Show me a list of data that satisfies
        • Target= SN 2011FE
        • Datatype= Photometry or TimeSeries/lightcurves
        • Axes include time
        • Axes include brightness
        • Information on photometric band (zero point, transmission curve of the filter)

  • Use Case #2: Long-term analysis of eclipsing binaries (based on Park et al. 2012)
Changed:
<
<
    • Description: Long-term period and light curve variations, based on the historical data and new observations. The continuous period increase can be interpreted as a mass transfer from the secondary to the primary star. The most likely explanation of the sinusoidal variation found is a light-traveltime effect due to the existence of a circumbinary object which would make BX Dra a triple system.
>
>
    • Description: Long-term period and light curve variations, based on the historical data and new observations. The continuous period increase can be interpreted as a mass transfer from the secondary to the primary star. The most likely explanation of the sinusoidal variation found is a light-traveltime effect due to the existence of a circumbinary object which would make BX Dra a triple system.
 
    • Requirements
      • Combine photometry and light curves of a given object in the same photometric band
      • Show me a list of data that satisfies
        • Target= BX Dra
        • Datatype= Photometry or TimeSeries/lightcurves
        • Axes include time
        • Axes include brightness
        • Information on photometric band (zero point, transmission curve of the filter)
Added:
>
>

  • Use case #3: Diiscovering brown dwarfs by analyzing binary microlensing events (based on Shin et al. 2012)
 
Changed:
<
<
  • Use Case #3: Follow-up characterisation of supernovae (based on Zhang et al. arXiv:1208.6078v1)
>
>
Added:
>
>
    • Requirements
      • Combine photometry and light curves of a given object/list of objects
      • Show me a list of data that satisfies
        • Target= list of obbjects
        • Datatype= Photometry or TimeSeries/lightcurves
        • Axes include time
        • Axes include brightness
        • Information on photometric band (zero point, transmission curve of the filter)

  • Use Case #4: Eclipsing binary systems (based on Gómez Maqueo et al 2009)
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype=TimeSeries/lightcurves
      • Axes include phase (or axes including time and information on the period available in the metadata)
      • Axes include differences in magnitudes

Group B:

  • Common requirement: Combine photometry and light curves of a given object/list of objects in different photometric bands

  • Use Case #5: Follow-up characterisation of supernovae (based on Zhang et al. arXiv:1208.6078v1)
 
    • Description: Light curves at different wavelength provide different information allowing a better understanding of the physical processes related to the supernovae explosion.
    • Requirements
      • Combine photometry and light curves of a given object in the same photometric band. Repeat this for all the available bands.
      • Show me a list of data that satisfies
        • Target= SN 2010JL
        • Datatype= Photometry or TimeSeries/lightcurves
        • Axes include time
        • Axes include brightness
        • Information on photometric band (zero point, transmission curve of the filter)
Changed:
<
<
>
>

Group C:

Added:
>
>
  • Common requirement: Discovery of radial velocity curves of a given object/list of objects

 
    • Description: Radial
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype= TimeSeries/radial velocity curves
      • Axes include time
      • Axes include radial velocity
Changed:
<
<
>
>
 
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype=TimeSeries/power spectra
      • Axes include frequencies
      • Axes include power
Changed:
<
<
>
>
  • Use Case #8: Spectral and temporal variability study of X-ray sources (based on Zhang et al. 2006)
Deleted:
<
<
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype=TimeSeries/lightcurves
      • Axes include phase (or axes including time and information on the period available in the metadata)
      • Axes include differences in magnitudes

  • Use Case #7: Spectral and temporal variability study of X-ray sources (based on Zhang et al. 2006)
 
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype=TimeSeries/hardness ratio
      • Axes include time
      • Axes include hardness ratio
Resources Collection of links to existing efforts and relevant information

IVOA DAL WG pages on Light Curves and Time Series http://wiki.ivoa.net/twiki/bin/view/IVOA/LightCurves
Draft IVOA note on 'Time Series Data' (Dec 2010) http://wiki.ivoa.net/internal/IVOA/LightCurves/STSP.pdf
.Astronomy Simple Time Series Web page http://dotastro.org/simpletimeseries/
.Astronomy Simple Time Series in Hotwiring the Transients Universe book (2009) http://www.cacr.caltech.edu/hotwired2/book/chapters/TimeSeries.pdf
Time Series Slides (Urbana 2012) Timeseries_VO_Urbana_may2012.pdf


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Revision 62012-09-17 - EnriqueSolano

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaSciencePriorities"
Science use Cases for Time Series

  • Use Case #1: Supernova classification using the light curve
    • Description: The visual light curves of the different supernova types vary in shape and amplitude, based on the underlying mechanisms of the explosion, the way that visible radiation is produced, and the transparency of the ejected material.
File:Comparative supernova type light curves.png
    • Requirements
      • Combine photometry and light curves of a given object in the same photometric band
Changed:
<
<
      • Show me a list of data that satisfies
>
>
      • Show me a list of data that satisfies
 
        • Target= SN 2011FE
        • Datatype= Photometry or TimeSeries/lightcurves
        • Axes include time
        • Axes include brightness
        • Information on photometric band (zero point, transmission curve of the filter)
Changed:
<
<
  • Use Case #2: Follow-up characterisation of supernovae (based on Zhang et al. arXiv:1208.6078v1)
    • Description: Light curves at different wavelength provide different information allowing a better understanding of the physical processes related to the supernovae explosion.
    • Requirements
      • Combine photometry and light curves of a given object in the same photometric band. Repeat this for all the available bands.
      • Show me a list of data that satisfies
>
>
  • Use Case #2: Long-term analysis of eclipsing binaries (based on Park et al. 2012)
    • Description: Long-term period and light curve variations, based on the historical data and new observations. The continuous period increase can be interpreted as a mass transfer from the secondary to the primary star. The most likely explanation of the sinusoidal variation found is a light-traveltime effect due to the existence of a circumbinary object which would make BX Dra a triple system.
    • Requirements
      • Combine photometry and light curves of a given object in the same photometric band
      • Show me a list of data that satisfies
Added:
>
>
        • Target= BX Dra
        • Datatype= Photometry or TimeSeries/lightcurves
        • Axes include time
        • Axes include brightness
        • Information on photometric band (zero point, transmission curve of the filter)

  • Use Case #3: Follow-up characterisation of supernovae (based on Zhang et al. arXiv:1208.6078v1)
    • Description: Light curves at different wavelength provide different information allowing a better understanding of the physical processes related to the supernovae explosion.
    • Requirements
      • Combine photometry and light curves of a given object in the same photometric band. Repeat this for all the available bands.
      • Show me a list of data that satisfies
 
        • Target= SN 2010JL
        • Datatype= Photometry or TimeSeries/lightcurves
        • Axes include time
        • Axes include brightness
        • Information on photometric band (zero point, transmission curve of the filter)
Changed:
<
<
  • Use Case #3: Exoplanet studies using radial velocities (based on Lagrange et al. 2012)
    • Description: Radial
>
>
  • Use Case #4: Exoplanet studies using radial velocities (based on Lagrange et al. 2012)
    • Description: Radial
 
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype= TimeSeries/radial velocity curves
      • Axes include time
      • Axes include radial velocity
Changed:
<
<
>
>
 
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype=TimeSeries/power spectra
      • Axes include frequencies
      • Axes include power
Changed:
<
<
>
>
 
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype=TimeSeries/lightcurves
      • Axes include phase (or axes including time and information on the period available in the metadata)
      • Axes include differences in magnitudes
Changed:
<
<
  • Use Case #6: Spectral and temporal variability study of X-ray sources (based on Zhang et al. 2006)
>
>
  • Use Case #7: Spectral and temporal variability study of X-ray sources (based on Zhang et al. 2006)
 
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype=TimeSeries/hardness ratio
      • Axes include time
      • Axes include hardness ratio
Resources Collection of links to existing efforts and relevant information

IVOA DAL WG pages on Light Curves and Time Series http://wiki.ivoa.net/twiki/bin/view/IVOA/LightCurves
Draft IVOA note on 'Time Series Data' (Dec 2010) http://wiki.ivoa.net/internal/IVOA/LightCurves/STSP.pdf
.Astronomy Simple Time Series Web page http://dotastro.org/simpletimeseries/
.Astronomy Simple Time Series in Hotwiring the Transients Universe book (2009) http://www.cacr.caltech.edu/hotwired2/book/chapters/TimeSeries.pdf
Time Series Slides (Urbana 2012) Timeseries_VO_Urbana_may2012.pdf


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Revision 52012-09-12 - EnriqueSolano

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaSciencePriorities"
Science use Cases for Time Series
Changed:
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  • Use Case #1: Building the light curve of a supernovae (SN 2011FE)
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype= Photometry of TimeSeries/lightcurves
      • Axes include time
      • Axes include magnitude
      • Information on photometric band
    • Notes
      • Same photometric band
>
>
  • Use Case #1: Supernova classification using the light curve
    • Description: The visual light curves of the different supernova types vary in shape and amplitude, based on the underlying mechanisms of the explosion, the way that visible radiation is produced, and the transparency of the ejected material.
File:Comparative supernova type light curves.png
    • Requirements
      • Combine photometry and light curves of a given object in the same photometric band
      • Show me a list of data that satisfies
        • Target= SN 2011FE
Added:
>
>
        • Datatype= Photometry or TimeSeries/lightcurves
        • Axes include time
        • Axes include brightness
        • Information on photometric band (zero point, transmission curve of the filter)
 
  • Use Case #2: Follow-up characterisation of supernovae (based on Zhang et al. arXiv:1208.6078v1)
Changed:
<
<
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype= Photometry or TimeSeries/lightcurves
      • Axes include time
      • Axes include magnitude
      • Information on photometric band
    • Notes:
      • Multiband photometry
>
>
    • Description: Light curves at different wavelength provide different information allowing a better understanding of the physical processes related to the supernovae explosion.
    • Requirements
      • Combine photometry and light curves of a given object in the same photometric band. Repeat this for all the available bands.
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        • Target= SN 2010JL
        • Datatype= Photometry or TimeSeries/lightcurves
        • Axes include time
        • Axes include brightness
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      • Datatype= TimeSeries/radial velocity curves
      • Axes include time
      • Axes include radial velocity

  • Use Case #4: Asteroseismic studies of pulsating variables (based on Garca-Hernndez et al. 2009)
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype=TimeSeries/power spectra
      • Axes include frequencies
      • Axes include power

  • Use Case #5: Eclipsing binary systems (based on Gmez Maqueo et al 2009)
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype=TimeSeries/lightcurves
      • Axes include phase (or axes including time and information on the period available in the metadata)
      • Axes include differences in magnitudes

  • Use Case #6: Spectral and temporal variability study of X-ray sources (based on Zhang et al. 2006)
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype=TimeSeries/hardness ratio
      • Axes include time
      • Axes include hardness ratio
Resources Collection of links to existing efforts and relevant information

IVOA DAL WG pages on Light Curves and Time Series http://wiki.ivoa.net/twiki/bin/view/IVOA/LightCurves
Draft IVOA note on 'Time Series Data' (Dec 2010) http://wiki.ivoa.net/internal/IVOA/LightCurves/STSP.pdf
.Astronomy Simple Time Series Web page http://dotastro.org/simpletimeseries/
.Astronomy Simple Time Series in Hotwiring the Transients Universe book (2009) http://www.cacr.caltech.edu/hotwired2/book/chapters/TimeSeries.pdf
Time Series Slides (Urbana 2012) Timeseries_VO_Urbana_may2012.pdf


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      • Axes include hardness ratio
 Resources Collection of links to existing efforts and relevant information

IVOA DAL WG pages on Light Curves and Time Series http://wiki.ivoa.net/twiki/bin/view/IVOA/LightCurves
Draft IVOA note on 'Time Series Data' (Dec 2010) http://wiki.ivoa.net/internal/IVOA/LightCurves/STSP.pdf
.Astronomy Simple Time Series Web page http://dotastro.org/simpletimeseries/
.Astronomy Simple Time Series in Hotwiring the Transients Universe book (2009) http://www.cacr.caltech.edu/hotwired2/book/chapters/TimeSeries.pdf
Time Series Slides (Urbana 2012) Timeseries_VO_Urbana_may2012.pdf


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      • Axes include time
      • Axes include magnitude
      • Information on photometric band
    • Notes:
      • Pre-explosion photometry is necessary to obtain the maximum brightness
      • Multiband photometry is required to study wavelenght dependences in the decay phase
  • Use Case #2: Exoplanet studies using radial velocities (based on Lagrange et al. 2012)
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype= TimeSeries/radial velocity curves
      • Axes include time
      • Axes include radial velocity
  • Use Case #3: Asteroseismic studies of pulsating variables (based on Garca-Hernndez et al. 2009)
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype=TimeSeries/powerspectra
      • Axes include frequencies
      • Axes include power
  • Use Case #4: Eclipsing binary systems (based on Gmez Maqueo et al 2009)
    • Show me a list of data that satisfies
      • Datatype=TimeSeries/lightcurves
      • Axes include phase (or axes including time and information on the period available in the metadata)
      • Axes include differences in magnitudes
 Resources Collection of links to existing efforts and relevant information

IVOA DAL WG pages on Light Curves and Time Series http://wiki.ivoa.net/twiki/bin/view/IVOA/LightCurves
Draft IVOA note on 'Time Series Data' (Dec 2010) http://wiki.ivoa.net/internal/IVOA/LightCurves/STSP.pdf
.Astronomy Simple Time Series Web page http://dotastro.org/simpletimeseries/
.Astronomy Simple Time Series in Hotwiring the Transients Universe book (2009) http://www.cacr.caltech.edu/hotwired2/book/chapters/TimeSeries.pdf
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.Astronomy Simple Time Series Web page http://dotastro.org/simpletimeseries/
.Astronomy Simple Time Series in Hotwiring the Transients Universe book (2009) http://www.cacr.caltech.edu/hotwired2/book/chapters/TimeSeries.pdf
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Resources Collection of links to existing efforts and relevant information

IVOA DAL WG pages on Light Curves and Time Series http://wiki.ivoa.net/twiki/bin/view/IVOA/LightCurves
Draft IVOA note on 'Time Series Data' (Dec 2010) http://wiki.ivoa.net/internal/IVOA/LightCurves/STSP.pdf
.Astronomy Simple Time Series Web page http://dotastro.org/simpletimeseries/
.Astronomy Simple Time Series in Hotwiring the Transients Universe book (2009) http://www.cacr.caltech.edu/hotwired2/book/chapters/TimeSeries.pdf


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