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  • NewDataProviderQuestionaire

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     1'New Data Provider Questionaire' 
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     3Please see NewDataProvider for more information about becoming a VSO Data Provider, and what to do with this questionaire once you have filled it out, or for information about assistance in filling it out. 
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     71. Under what name is your organization commonly refered to? 
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     92. Is there is a standard abbreviation or acronym for your organization? 
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     113. What data sets are you sharing? 
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     13   Please describe each data set in terms of: 
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     15   a. Instrument & Detector 
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     17      i. Observatory Name 
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     19      ii. Observatory Abbreviation 
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     21      iii. Instrument Name 
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     23      iv. Instrument Abbreviation 
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     25      v. Detector or other Sub-instrument Name 
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     27      vi. Detector Abbreviation 
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     29   b. Physical Observable * 
     30   (see http://vso.stanford.edu/datamodel/v18.html#obsrvbl ) 
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     32   c. Time range 
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     34      i. earliest record 
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     36      ii. most recent record, if not actively adding info 
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     38   d. Observed region 
     39   (full disk, solar limb, corona, etc.) 
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     41   e. Spectral Range 
     42   (if applicable) 
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     444. How is the data being made available? 
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     46   a. Request mechanism (direct URL, email, web-based form, etc) 
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     48   b. Packaging (FITS, CDF, JPG) 
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     50   c. Delivery Protocol (HTTP, FTP, etc.) 
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     525. If the data products aren't accessible directly, what is the standard turnaround between data request, and it becoming available? 
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     546. If you have a catalog of metadata: 
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     56   a. Is it currently in a database? (if so, what vendor?) 
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     58   b. What metadata is available in the database? 
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     607. If you don't have a catalog, please describe how the data is organized. 
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     628. Is there anything else about the data that might be important for people to do science with it? 
     63(calibration info, details about the file formatting, etc.)