e-POP data can be accessed two ways:
e-POP Data Explorer website. Find and download data by date, instrument, instrument mode, spacecraft position, geophysical parameter, etc. The most powerful and efficient way to find and download e-POP data in most cases. Find the e-POP Data Handbook for details on how to access eDEx through our API.
HTTP access via a date-driven folder tree. Allows for quick look and summary file browsing. No login required.
e-POP Data Handbook
Go to the e-POP Data Handbook for descriptions of all processed data products produced by CASSIOPE Mission Operations Systems (MOS) and the e-POP Science Operations Center (eSOC).
For publication-quality data products please contact the relevant instrument PI. Contact information can be found on the contact page.
e-POP Data Explorer (eDEx)
eDEx is a web application designed to help find e-POP data and related products. Find and filter data by date, instrument type, instrument mode, spacecraft position, geophysical parameter, etc. Complex custom searches are supported!
e-POP Payload Quicklook
A powerful tool to show correlations across multiple parameters by displaying multiple plots in one image.
e-POP Data Tutorials
Below are Python tutorials in Jupyter Notebook format to aid with reading and basic plotting of the various e-POP data sets. You can either run the .ipynb files in your Python Jupyter Notebook installation, or you can follow along using the PDF version.