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CASDA Virtual Observatory Tools v1.2
CASDA VO Tools is a highly customizable Java web application developed to serve astronomy data via Virtual Observatory protocols. Currently Table Access (TAP), Simple Cone Search (SCS), Simple Image Access v2 (SIA2) and Datalink protocols are supported.
The application is designed to be reusable both within CSIRO and by other data centres. As a r... moreesult it is fully configurable either via configuration files or through a user interface.
CASDA VO Tools was developed as a part of the CSIRO Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder Data Archive (CASDA) project. CASDA is a core component in the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) system. It is essentially the primary point for storing, managing, sharing and using processed ASKAP data products. less
Astronomical and Space Sciences not elsewhere classified
The CASDA project is a partnership between CSIRO Astronomy & Space Science (CASS), CSIRO Information Management & Technology (IM&T) and the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre. It is funded by CSIRO.
CSIRO Open Source Software Licence (Based on MIT/BSD Open Source Licence)
Dempsey, James; Chapman, Jessica; Birks, Matthew; Boesen, Brendan; Cheeseman, Brian; Firth, Wendy; Gosper, Heya; Greer, Bradford; Helliwell, Amanda; Heywood, Ian; Kosmynin, Arkadi; Miller, Dan; Mok, Wai; Morrison, Dave; Palaniyandi, Suresh; Pritchard, Jared; Pulukuri, Vivek; Smith, Brooke; Sanderson, Robina; Sullivan, Brendan; Swann, James; Whiting, Matthew (2016): CASDA Virtual Observatory Tools v1.2. v1. CSIRO. Software Collection.
All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO 2016.
The metadata and files (if any) are available to the public.
Java v1.8 or later; Tomcat 7 or later; Postgres
Linux; Windows; Mac
CSIRO ASKAP Science Data Archive
The CSIRO ASKAP Science Data Archive will provide the long term storage for CSIRO ASKAP data products and the hardware and software facilities that enable astronomers to make use of these.