e-POP data can be accessed three ways:
e-POP Data Explorer application. Find and download data by date, instrument, instrument mode, spacecraft position, geophysical parameter, etc. Java application download required. The most powerful and efficient way to find and download e-POP data in most cases.
HTTP access via a date-driven folder tree. Allows for quick look and summary file browsing. All data products are available, no login required.
- Canadian Space Science Data Portal
For searching by instrument and date, and for quick look and summary file browsing. Not all lv1+ data products are supported.
e-POP Data User’s Guide
Download the e-POP Data User’s Guide for descriptions of the e-POP raw and level 1+ data sets, including data formats, quality indicators, algorithms used for generation of level 1+ products, and a guide for use of the e-POP data.
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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 desktop 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!
- Windows 64-bit jar zip
- Windows 32-bit jar zip
- Mac OS X jar zip
- Linux 64-bit jar zip
- Linux 32-bit jar zip
- Release Notes (v1.1.1)
- Java Desktop Runtime Environment Version 8 or above
- Port 21 (FTP) open to epop-data.phys.ucalgary.ca
- Port 3306 (SQL) open to epop-data.phys.ucalgary.ca
- For Mac users: launch application from the terminal with the following syntax:
java -XstartOnFirstThread -jar eDEx_v1_1_0_macosx.jar
e-POP Data Visualization Tools
Below are links to executable IDL save files to visualize level 0 data products (and in the case of FAI and RRI level 1 as well). An installation of IDL 8.2 or greater is required (no license is required for most functions), and can be obtained by contacting Harris Geospacial Solutions. Some tools require the IDL Geopack DLM from Haje Korth to be installed.