Raw & Calibrated Data
Each site can have their own directory of (selected) datasets.
Currently at Maryland, rawdata=/n/algol2/mpound/data/carma/CARMA23/rawdata
For those not at Maryland, our secret data products are  and you will need that secret password of course.
The nightly script, currently in $MIS/templates/n1333_nightly.csh, will run at Maryland regularly and you can find Peter's version at /n/chara6/teuben/n1333/Nightly_latest. This is actually a symlink to whatever day of the week it was run, so we might have some older versions. It currently takes about two hours to run on a 2.9GHz i7. You should make a symlink from $MIS/Nightly in order to have some scripts (e.g. do_mos1) to automatically make use of this if you don't have your own Nightly of all the 23 trials we have. E.g.
ln -s /n/chara6/teuben/n1333/Nightly_latest $MIS/Nightly
but you are welcome to create your own Nightly.
A secondary copy may be found in /n/algol1/teuben/n1333/Nightly_latest/
Data products from the pipeline
Inside a Nightly directory (as executed by $MIS/templates/n1333_nightly.csh) you will most likely find the following products:
mapSD/ directory with final single dish maps HCN.mean.cube mean from all antennas HCN.median.cube median from all antennas HCN.resid.cube all channels and all telescopes
and repeated for HCO+ and N2H+. Datasize of the whole mapSD tree is about 500 MB.
Then, for the interferometric data we have:
combined.$mol_$ary_$ants/ catenated calibrated vis data for SVS13, where: $mol = cont (continuum), hcn, hco+ or n2h+ $ary = ALL (D+E), D, or E $ants = ALL or LOW (only 6m and 3.5m, no 10m)
inside each of these combined* vis data you might find an example raw and deconvolved map:
map/ raw map from invert beam/ beam (many channels, since it's a mosaic) cln/ clean components res/ restored map
typically, apart for a single continuum [plane, you will see line=chan,4,50,20,20 was used for the 3 molecules. Each combined* tree is about 1.5-2.5 GB.