Example Jupyter Notebooks - Running the Pipeline

The JWST Science Calibration Pipeline can be run from the command line or in Python and Jupyter notebooks.

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Example notebooks are provided to illustrate how to run the pipeline for direct imaging and for the different spectroscopic modes. These Jupyter notebooks have been created in the context of the JWebbinars.

See also: JWST Science CalibrationExample Jupyter Notebooks - Exploring Data Products


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Working with the Stage 1 calibration pipeline:

  • Look at the different ways to call the pipeline
  • Examine exactly what each pipeline step does to the science data
    • The Data Quality Initialization step
    • The Saturation Flagging step
    • The Superbias Subtraction step
    • The Reference Pixel Subtraction step
    • The Linearity Correction step
    • The Persistence Correction step
    • The Dark Current Subtraction step
    • The Cosmic Ray Flagging step
    • The Ramp_Fitting step
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Working with the Stage 2 calibration pipeline for Imaging:

  • Look at the different ways to call the pipeline
  • Examine exactly what each pipeline step does to the science data
    • The Assign WCS Information step
    • The Flat Fielding step
    • The Photometric Calibration step
    • The Resample step

Working with the Stage 3 calibration pipeline for imaging:

  • Look at the different ways to call the pipeline
  • Examine exactly what each pipeline step does to the science data
    • The WCS refinement
    • The Sky Matching step
    • The Outlier Detection step
    • The Resample step
    • The Source Catalog step

Working with the Stage 2 calibration pipeline for spectroscopy:

  • Look at the different ways to call the pipeline
  • Examine exactly what each pipeline step does to the science data
    • The Assign WCS step
    • The Background Subtraction step
    • The Imprint Subtraction step
    • The MSA Flagging step
    • The 2D Extraction step
    • The Source Type step
    • The Master Background step
    • The Wavelengh Correction step
    • The Flat Field step
    • The Stray Light Correction step
    • The Fringe Correction step
    • The Pathloss Correction step
    • The Barshadow Correction step
    • The Photometric Correction step
    • The Resampling spec step
    • The Cube Build step
    • The 1D Extraction step

Working with the Stage 3 calibration pipeline for spectroscopy:

  • Look at the different ways to call the pipeline
  • Examine exactly what each pipeline step does to the science data
    • The Assign Moving Target WCS step
    • The Master Background Subtraction step
    • The Exposure to Source Conversion step
    • The MIRI MRS Sky Matching step
    • The Outlier Detection step
    • The Resampling step
    • The Cube Build step
    • The 1D Extraction step
    • The 1D Combination step




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