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Title: P32Tools: reduction of ISOPHOT P32 oversampled maps
Authors: Schulz, B.
Lu, N.
Peschke, S. B.
Gabriel, C.
Khan, I.
Laureijs, R. J.
Issue Date: 24-Jun-2002
Citation: Exploiting the ISO Data Archive
Abstract: During the IS0 mission, the ISOPHOT instrument has collected more than 1100 observations in oversampled mapping mode (AOT PHT32) in the wavelength range of45 to 240 microns. The observations comprise mapping of small and large extended regions, but also faint point sources. PHT32 observations are affected by strong signal transients due to flux changes generated by the relatively fast chopper movement. A program described by Tuffs & Gabriel (2002), was developed to correct for these effects. It was integrated in the ISOPHOT Interactive Analysis (PIA) via a graphical user interface (GUI), so that most aspects of the processing can be addressed in a coherent and user friendly environment. The resulting package "P32Tools" was introduced to the user community at three hands-on workshops on PHT32 processing held in spring 2001. The hands-on experience from these workshops lead to further improvements. Here we present an overview of the functionalities of the final release of this new software.
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