Skip to content
Code to produce key figures in the paper "Guide to LIGO-Virgo detector noise and extraction of transient gravitational wave signals"
Roff C++ C Gnuplot Shell
Branch: master
Clone or download
Fetching latest commit…
Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time.
Permalink
Type Name Latest commit message Commit time
Failed to load latest commit information.
BW_1126259462.dat
BW_1165067724.dat
BW_1165067788.dat
BW_1165067852.dat
BW_1165067916.dat
BW_1165067980.dat
Biorthogonal.cc
Biorthogonal.hh
CBCresiduals.c
Constants.h
DataHeader.h
Gauss_Norm.gnu
Gauss_Test_Freq.c
Gauss_check.gnu
H1_1165067917.sh
H1_raw.gnu
H1_residual.gnu
Haar.cc
Haar.hh
L1_1166358283.sh
L1_1186741733.sh
L1_raw.gnu
L1_residual.gnu
LICENSE
Meyer.cc
Meyer.hh
Qscans.c
README.md
ReIm_kde.c
Symlet.cc
Symlet.hh
WaveDWT.cc
WaveDWT.hh
Wavelet.cc
Wavelet.hh
clean_data_199.dat.0
clean_data_199.dat.1
clean_frequency_data_199.dat.0
clean_frequency_data_199.dat.1
clean_frequency_residual_199.dat.0
clean_frequency_residual_199.dat.1
clean_res_199.dat.0
clean_res_199.dat.1
correlations.gnu
data_correlations.gnu
dataguide.c
dataguide.sh
discrete_amp.gnu
discrete_power.gnu
fig1_corr.c
gauss_test.cc
guidecodes.tgz
line2.dat
phasesH1.gnu
power_fluc_1165067917.gnu
power_normal_1166358283.gnu
power_normal_1186741733.gnu
psds.gpi
residuals.gnu
spectraH1.gnu
stationary.cc
templatesNR.gnu
timeH1.gnu
watfun.hh
wavearray.cc
wavearray.hh
wavecomplex.cc
wavecomplex.hh
wavefft.cc
wavefft.hh
whiten_data.c
wseries.cc
wseries.hh

README.md

Data-Guide-Paper

Codes used in the paper "Guide to LIGO-Virgo detector noise and extraction of transient gravitational wave signals"

The codes and scripts in this repository make Figures 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19 of the data guide paper.

There is one maser script called dataguide.sh that compiles and runs all the codes and plotting scripts. Assuming that you have the gcc compiler and gnuplot installed you can simply type

source dataguide.sh

Before running the script you will need to download public LIGO data from the GWOSC website. The files are:

https://www.gw-openscience.org/GW150914data/H-H1_LOSC_4_V2-1126257414-4096.txt.gz https://www.gw-openscience.org/GW150914data/L-L1_LOSC_4_V2-1126257414-4096.txt.gz https://www.gw-openscience.org/GW150914data/P150914/fig2-unfiltered-waveform-H.txt https://www.gw-openscience.org/GW150914data/P150914/fig1-observed-H.txt https://www.gw-openscience.org/GW150914data/P150914/fig1-observed-L.txt https://www.gw-openscience.org/GW150914data/P150914/fig1-residual-H.txt https://www.gw-openscience.org/GW150914data/P150914/fig1-residual-L.txt

You also have to download 256s of H1 data centered on GPS time 1165067917 and save it to an ASCII file called frame_256_1165067917_1.dat, 256s of L1 data centered on GPS time 1186741733 and save it to an ASCII file called frame_256_1186741733_1.dat and 128 seconds of L1 data centered on GPS time 1166358283 and save it to an ASCII file called frame_128_1166358283_1.dat

You can’t perform that action at this time.