AIDApy is a high level Python package for the analysis of spacecraft data from heliospheric missions using modern techniques.
Visit the main repository: https://gitlab.com/aidaspace
In this repo, there is the aidapy repository: https://gitlab.com/aidaspace/aidapy with the associated documentation https://aidapy.readthedocs.io/
For more info you can find examples of the repository of jupyter notebook here: https://gitlab.com/aidaspace/notebooks_aida
AIDA is part of PyHC!
AIDApy is listed as a project and we participate to the regular teleconferences and bi-annual meetings.
Python in Heliophysics Community (PyHC) promotes and facilitates the use and development of Python for Heliophysics. PyHC aims to provide a variety of tutorials, resources, a list of useful packages, general discussion, and advice. The majority of people are in the US but some are in Europe.
The simulation output rude data as well as high level data as, for instance, those obtained by launching virtual satellites throughout the simulations listed below, have been stored on the CINECA computers and are accessible via iRODS metadata. iRODS is an open-source, data management middleware that enable users to:
- access, manage, and share data across any type of storage systems located anywhere, maintaining security;
- exercise precise control over data with extensible rules that ensure the data is archived, described, and replicated according to their needs.
In iRODS metadata can be used to describe data objects, collections, resources, and users. The high level data are stored on iRODS CINECA disks and available via the iRODS metadata interface system.
Here a quick tutorial of iRODS.
The access to AIDAdb is available having a personal username on Cineca HPC systems.
Please contact AIDAdb support for technical info to set up the login.