RadioIG Session Schedule - IVOA Apr 2022 Interoperability Meeting

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Schedule Summary
Session DateTime UTC UTC-07:00 UTC-04:00 UTC+02:00 UTC+08:00 UTC+10:00
Victoria BC/Pasadena Washington DC Strasbourg Perth/Beijing Canberra
RIG Apr 28 20:30 Apr 28 13:30 Apr 28 16:30 Apr 28 22:30 Apr 29 04:30 Apr 29 06:30

Notes and session video recording are linked below each session schedule table.

RadioIG session

Time: Apr 28 20:30 [session #17]

Speaker Title Time Material
Yan Grange ARTS DR1: Fast Radio Burstst in the VO 12 + 3 pdf
Alessandra Zanichelli Mapping INAF Single Dish datasets into ObsCore. 12 + 3 pdf
François Bonnarel status of ObsCoreExtension for visibility data 12 + 3 pdf
Mark Kettenis JIVE ObsTAP service for the EVN has gone live 12 + 3 pdf

Moderator: Mark, Notetaker: François

notes: etherpad notes (link to live notes, should expire around end of April 2023)


ARTS DR1: Fast Radio Burstst in the VO (Y.Grange)

The first Data Release of the APERTIF transient system (ARTS) will happen soon. As part of the release we have set up tables in the ASTRON VO. In this talk I will give an overview of the choices we made, and propose some points for discussion on the relation between the FRB properties and the data itself in the VO.

Mapping INAF Single Dish data into ObsCore (A. Zanichelli)

Data from the INAF radio telescopes are being saved in a public, web-based archive. We are now working at the implementation of services to make such data discoverable in the VO. In this talk I will present the status of mapping INAF single-dish radio data into the ObsCore datamodel, focusing on some issues and possible choices that emerged during the analysis.

status of ObsCoreExtension for visibility data (F.Bonnarel)

We have proposed an extension for radio interferometry visibilty data. We will review the last remaining issues and possible solutions. We will also discuss the possible extension of the scope to optical interferometry data

JIVE ObsTAP service for the EVN has gone live (M.Kettenis)

Within the context of the ESCAPE project, JIVE has been building a TAP service that uses the ObsCore model to describe all public observations in the European VLBI Network (EVN) Archive. This service is now fully up and running and registered with the VO. To prepare for the future Radio extensions to ObsCore some changes have been made to the way observations are represented.

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-- FrancoisBonnarel - 2022-04-20

Topic attachments
I Attachment History Action Size Date Who Comment
PDFpdf ARTS_DR1.pdf r1 manage 1770.5 K 2022-04-28 - 20:28 YanGrange ARTS DR1 presentation
PDFpdf IVOA-2022-1-kettenis.pdf r1 manage 3442.7 K 2022-04-28 - 20:39 MarkKettenis JIVE/EVN TAP service presentation
PDFpdf Mapping-INAF-SD-data-into-ObsCore_final.pdf r1 manage 1593.9 K 2022-04-28 - 20:17 AlessandraZanichelli Mapping of INAF single dish radio data into ObsCore
PDFpdf ObsCoreExtensionStatus.pdf r2 r1 manage 838.5 K 2022-04-28 - 19:58 FrancoisBonnarel status of ObsCoreExtension for visibility data
Texttxt RadioIG.txt r1 manage 7.9 K 2022-05-04 - 14:43 FrancoisBonnarel Meeting notes
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