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Record #176333:

A multi-instrument data-analysis toolbox / Steve R. Marple, Farideh Honary.

Title: A multi-instrument data-analysis toolbox / Steve R. Marple, Farideh Honary.
Author(s): Marple, Steve R.
Honary, Farideh.
Date: 2004.
In: National Institute of Polar Research : Advances in Upper Atmosphere Research. (2004.), Vol. 18 (2004)
Abstract: Describes multi-instrument data-analysis toolbox and discusses how, using object-oriented programming techniques, same tools can be applied to data from different instruments, or even instruments of different types. Notes that multi-instrument analysis aids creation of new data products (energy maps and event databases) by simplifying data processing, and currently supports riometers and imaging riometers, magnetometers and all-sky cameras. Demonstrates application of technique on solar proton event of 14 July 2000.
Notes:

National Institute of Polar Research : Advances in Upper Atmosphere Research. Vol. 18 :120-130 (2004).

Keywords: 519.68 -- Computing.
550.38 -- Geomagnetism.
551.5 -- Meteorology.
551.508 -- Meteorological instruments.
551.510 -- Atmosphere, physical properties.
53 -- Physics.
D -- Atmospheric sciences.
(*2) -- Polar regions.
SPRI record no.: 176333

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