CACAO: the Complete Automated Classification of Astronomical Objects tool
CACAO is a software tool that was developped in the context of the First SKA data challenge. It addresses object detection, description and classification in a single software package and is currently being exteneded to offer a high flexibility in astronomical object taxonomy. Please stay tuned for current and future developments.
A preview of CACAO's functionalities is available via the link below:CACAO
KAFE: the Key-analysis Automated FITS-images Explorer
In Burkutean et al., 2018, J. Astron. Telesc. Instrum. Syst., 4, 028001 , we present KAFE - the Key-analysis Automated FITS-images Explorer. KAFE is a web-based FITS image post-processing analysis tool designed to be applicable in the radio to sub-mm wavelength domain. KAFE was developed to enrich selected FITS files with metadata based on a uniform image analysis approach as well as to provide advanced image diagnostic plots. It is ideally suited for data mining purposes and multi-wavelength/multi-instrument data samples that require uniform data diagnostic criteria.
The KAFE cookbook is available here (please write to email@example.com for login details).KAFE
ALMA Keywords Filler
The ALMA Keywords Filler (AKF) CASA task is build to generate and eventually ingest in the headers the new FITS keywords that we suggest could be useful for a generic ALMA archive miner.Keywords Filler
Catalogues of ALMA calibrator continuum observations
In Bonato M., et al., 2018, MNRAS, 478, 1512, we presented a catalogue of ALMA flux density measurements of 754 calibrators observed between 2012 August and 2017 September, for a total of 16263 observations in different bands and epochs. We found redshift measurements for 589 of them. About 97 per cent of the sources were classified as blazars.ALMACAL catalogue
In Bonato M., et al., 2019, MNRAS, submitted, we presented another catalogue of ALMA flux density measurements of 3364 calibrators observed between May 2011 and July 2018, for a total of 47115 observations in different bands and epochs. We found redshift measurements for 2245 of them. About 97 per cent of the sources were classified as blazars.ALMA Calibrator catalogue