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SODA (Server-side Operations for Data Access)

SODA is a low-level data access capability or server side data processing that can act upon the data files, performing various kinds of operations: filtering/subsection, transformations, pixel operations, and applying functions to the data.


The last stable version is REC-1.0.

Want to contribute?

  1. Raise a GitHub Issue on this repository

  2. Fork this repository (eventually clone it on your machine if you want to)

  3. Create a branch in your forked repository ; this branch should be named after the issue(s) to fix (for instance: issue-7-add-license)

  4. Commit suggested changes inside this branch

  5. Create a Pull Request on the official repository (note: a git push is needed first, if you are working on a clone)

  6. Wait for someone to review your Pull Request and accept it

This process has been described and demonstrated during the IVOA Interoperability Meeting of Oct. 2019 in Groningen ; see slides)


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