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As some of you will remember from my [Link] previous post, Sourcefinder is going to see some significant changes coming in the next few months. I thought it was time I properly outlined exactly what's happening.
The introduction of SoFiA
I'm currently working on integrating the [Link] SoFiA sourcefinding application in to Sourcefinder. In order to integrate SoFiA cleanly, I'm working on a fairly significant overhaul to a lot of the Sourcefinder backend systems that will allow support for multiple sourcefinding applications. My aim here is to make it as easy as possible to add new sourcefinding applications to the system in the future. If anyone is interested, you can see the changes I'm making in the module_rework branch of our [Link] git repository.
I'll most probably be sending out quite a few test work units while working on integrating SoFiA, so you'll probably get odd spats of work until it's integrated properly.
Once SoFiA is working correctly, we'll be processing all of the work units in the simulated cube again, but this time using SoFiA instead of duchamp.
SoFiA vs Duchamp research paper
The scientists who will be using the data from this project plan on writing a research paper comparing the performance of Duchamp and SoFiA as sourcefinders. From what I've been told, the d...
By sourcefinder at 2017-07-19
I've just arrived back from a meeting with Kirsten, and I have some extremely good news to share with everyone!
ASKAP has almost completed observations of its first ~500GB cube, and we're going to be processing it when it's done!
Running a sourcefinding application on ASKAP data hasn't been done yet, so this is going to be a world first.
While we're waiting for ASKAP to be done, we're going to be running the simulated super cube again, this time using a new sourcefinding application called [Link] SoFiA.
We're going to be looking at whether SoFiA is any better at finding sources than Duchamp is.
Once we have data from both Duchamp and SoFiA, I'll be working on cross matching the sources they found with the original sources catalogue, then we'll have a clear picture of which is the better sourcefinder.
I'm also told that there's a very high chance of a paper being written on the comparison between Duchamp and SoFiA as sourcefinders, so I'll be sure to keep you all up to date if I hear any more about it.
Finally, there's been a bit of a back end storage issue with some of the data we've processed, and I'll need to re-run a few sets of work units, so expect some more work to be coming fairly soon.
Edit: Please see my [Link] other post that expands on some of the things I've discussed in this one.
By sourcefinder at 2017-06-21
Congratulations everyone, we made it through the first 681GB of Sourcefinder cubelets!
You've all done amazing work so far, and everyone at theSkyNet thanks you for it.
Now that we've processed a large portion of the simulated cube data, I'm going to be focusing on developing some visualisation tools to allow everyone to actually see the sources they've processed. This tool is going to be incorporated in to theSkyNet.org.
You're basically going to be able to select a cubelet and parameter set to view, and you'll be shown the locations of the sources within that cubelet along with the name of the users who found the sources.
I'm also planning on adding credit stats from Sourcefinder to your dashboard on theSkyNet.org at some point.
To my knowledge, there should also be another ~300GB of data somewhere to process, as the original supercube was around 1TB in size. I believe this data wasn't extracted from the supercube for whatever reason, so I'm going to be working out how to extract it.
Until then, there wont be any more Sourcefinder work units unfortunately.
Anyway, thank you again to all of you for crunching all of this data. I hope you all enjoy the visualisation tool when I've finished building it :)
By sourcefinder at 2017-06-14
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