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== Logbook Entries (reverse chronological) ==
  
* '''2019 October 16''': [http://bicep.rc.fas.harvard.edu/CMB-S4/analysis_logbook/20190930_dc06_dsr DSR Sim Map Set 06 with simple scaling from BK15] (Clem)
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* '''2019 November 12''': [[SAT detector counts, NET, and overall efficiency from DSR]] (C. Bischoff)
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* '''2019 November 12''': [http://bicep.rc.fas.harvard.edu/CMB-S4/analysis_logbook/20191112_bk_scans Actual BK scanning trajectory] (Clem)
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* '''2019 November 1''': [http://bicep.rc.fas.harvard.edu/CMB-S4/analysis_logbook/20191101_dc06_specsmaps DSR Sim Map Set 06 - some spectra and map check plots] (Clem)
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* '''2019 October 25''': [[Modulated scan high cadence LAT]] (Reijo)
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* '''2019 October 16''': [http://bicep.rc.fas.harvard.edu/CMB-S4/analysis_logbook/20191016_dc06_dsr DSR Sim Map Set 06 with simple scaling from BK15] (Clem)
 
* '''2019 September 16''': [[PureB by Messenger Method]] (Michael Ray, Colin Bischoff)
 
* '''2019 September 16''': [[PureB by Messenger Method]] (Michael Ray, Colin Bischoff)
 
* '''2019 August 29''': [http://bicep.rc.fas.harvard.edu/CMB-S4/analysis_logbook/20190829_noise_params_DSR/ Noise parameters for the DC5 DSR-like data challenge] (Ben Racine)
 
* '''2019 August 29''': [http://bicep.rc.fas.harvard.edu/CMB-S4/analysis_logbook/20190829_noise_params_DSR/ Noise parameters for the DC5 DSR-like data challenge] (Ben Racine)

Latest revision as of 10:30, 12 November 2019

This is an index page for logbook-style postings that cover the interconnected topics of sky modeling, simulations, and forecasting for CMB-S4.

Some guidelines for use:

  • Postings should include enough context so that a reader can jump in and figure out what is going on. It is not necessary to write an extensive introduction to every posting -- context can be in the form of links to older postings, paper citations, etc.
  • Postings should represent a snapshot of work in progress. It's ok to post incomplete results, but recommended that you include notes about what is missing, what you are still planning to work on, etc.
  • If you have work that extends or improves an old posting, you should add it as a new posting (that includes links back to the old work as appropriate). Don't update old postings, as they should provide a chronological record of progress.
  • On this index page, add a link to your posting with the date, a descriptive posting title, and your full name. This logbook covers a wide range of topics, so titles will be really important to keep it useful. Don't name your posting something like "Forecasting for S4"!
  • Links should be added in reverse-chronological order (newest at the top). Your posting can either be written up on another wiki page or it can be a link to some externally hosted webpage (useful if you want to include a javascript plots pager).


Logbook Entries (reverse chronological)