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Resource Descriptor file Examples

This directory lists a series of example services configurations to be used by data providers to train on building their own Resource Descriptor files (q.rd) and scripts.

List of available examples

  • Generic service: A generic q.rd file based on the Vega/IKS service at Obs. Paris (caution: this only describes the epn_core table, may be irrelevant when using the epntap2 mixin)
  • HISAKI service: This test service is based on a sample of the Japanese Hisaki data; it is configured with an external script that fills in the database, and is proposing an s_region implementation (outdated: to be updated with the epntap2 mixin)
  • IKS service: Test service for IKS/Vega-1 spectra. Metadata are derived from PDS3 data files and completed with extra information under IDL. Now uses the epntap2 mixin and csv Grammar.
  • Illu67p: This example service has been developed by the CDPP team in Toulouse. It used the new epntap2 mixin feature and a customGrammar to fill the database through DaCHS during the import step.
  • IRTF Orton: This service is using a simple q.rd file, and an external Python script to fill the database. This is based on ground based IR observations of Jupiter, in support of Juno. (outdated: to be updated with the epntap2 mixin)
  • Kronos: This service is a (way too!) complex example of connexion to external database (using PgSQL Foreign Data Wrappers), based on the Cassini/RPWS/HFR database at Obs. Paris, in Meudon. (outdated: to be updated with the epntap2 mixin)
  • myPoly: This a test service that implements s_region with the sPoly type from PgSphere.
  • ObsNancay NDA-old: This is an old version of the Nancay Decameter Array service. (outdated: to be updated with the epntap2 mixin)
  • ObsNancay NDA-new: This the new version of the previous example. This example proposes a complete tutorial for setting up similar services (using daily CDF files). It contains the epntap2 mixin and uses a customGrammar.
  • Planets: A small generic service, with the main parameters of Solar System planets. Illustrates a service built from a csv file. Now uses the epntap2 mixin and csv Grammar.
  • PDS_speclib: For PDS spectral library service. Uses the epntap2 mixin and csv Grammar.
  • spectro_planets: For Telescopic Planetary Spectra collection. Uses the epntap2 mixin and csv Grammar.
  • VVEx: An example service for VIRTIS-VEx data using IDL to build the ingestion SQL script. (outdated: to be updated with the epntap2 mixin)
  • BDIP_v2: This service prototype illustrates the connection to a remote database in the resource descriptor.

More info

More tutorials and informations on how to set up a service are available from: