VSO Keyword Lookup : DATA_LAYOUT

The physical meaning of the independent variable(s)

This list provides the detailed description of each of the data layout keywords used to describe data products served by VSO. Please contact the VSO Project maintainers if you cannot accurately describe your holdings using these terms.

IMAGE
data organized by two dimensions corresponding to angular displacement along the axes; examples include photograms (digital or digitized photographs), spectroheliograms, magnetograms, and Dopplergrams
MAP
data organized by two dimensions corresponding to spatial displacement along the axes; examples include synoptic charts
MODE_SPECTRUM
data organized by one or more dimensions corresponding to the quantum numbers of oscillations
MOVIE
data organized by three dimensions corresponding to spatial or angular displacement along two axes and temporal displacement along the principal (most slowly varying) axis
SPATIAL_SPECTRAL
data organized by two dimensions corresponding to spatial or angular image axes and one corresponding to electromagnetic spectral displacement
SPECTRAL_TEMPORAL
data organized by two dimensions corresponding to displacement in wavelength or frequency along one axis and temporal diplacement along the other
SPECTRUM
data organized by one dimension corresponding to displacement in electromagnetic wavelength or frequency along the axis
TIME_SERIES
data organized by one dimension corresponding to temporal displacement along the axis; note that this is not the same as a time-tagged set of data records, since it implies sampling uniformity and provision for data gaps

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