VESPA / Tutorials



Main tutorials on github

VESPA github Markdown versions of VESPA tutorials and more


Other tutorials

Tuto_TopCat_VEx.pdf Imaging spectroscopy from Venus-Express
Tuto_CASSIS_VESPA.pdf Using CASSIS with VESPA spectroscopy data services
Tuto_Titan_TopCat.pdf Atmospheric profiles from Cassini/CIRS
Matching HRSC & OMEGA files Searching for overlapping files in spatially extended datasets (based on Mars-Express)
Mapping in TOPCAT Mapping sparse spatial data with TOPCAT (based on VIRTIS/Rosetta)
Tuto_Spectro_VESPA.pdf Accessing spectral data (observations)
Exoplanets access EPN-TAP API to the exoplanet.eu catalogue
Simple plots
Advanced plots
Plotting exoplanets with TOPCAT and Aladin
APIS Tutorial APIS tutorial (translated) - Original French version here (old)
3DView and AMDA tutorials Study of the magnetosphere of Saturn with Cassini data - From the Astrophysics doctoral school in Paris, in French
Miriade and Vision tutorials Preparing nighttime observations - From the Astrophysics doctoral school in Paris, in French
FormationDoc_2017.pdf Exercises from VO doctoral training in Paris, 2017 (using two tutorials above, in French)
VO vs QGIS VO-GIS connection example tutorial, with video here
SSHADE SSHADE docs and tutorials



Use cases

Granada 2017 Comparing Mars atmospheric profiles with simulations (MCD vs SPICAM)
Tuto_TopCat.pdf EPN-TAP services: Using TOPCAT as a client (old)
Use cases on planetary surfaces with Aladin Using Aladin for planetary surfaces (see also next pages, in progress)



Astronomy VO tutorials

EuroVO tutorials Repository of scientific tutorials for VO usage
EuroVO for education Other tutorials at various levels
GAVO / getting started Selected tutorial lists
Virtual Observatory Text Treasures Other tutorials at various levels
Astropy tutorials Python VO procedures in Astronomy
CDS-VO services in Jupyter notebooks Examples of access to CDS services in python
Python in Heliophysics Community Python VO procedures in heliophysics



Credits


  • Citing VESPA
    If your research benefits from the use of VESPA, we would appreciate if you could include the following acknowledgement and reference in your publication:
    "This research has made use of the VESPA portal and services (https://vespa.obspm.fr) funded by European Union's under grant agreement No 871149"
    VESPA: A community-driven Virtual Observatory in Planetary Science. Erard S et al., 2018. doi: 10.1016/j.pss.2017.05.013
    Please also acknowledge the original data providers.
    Except where explicitly mentioned, data are distributed under Etalab Open License 2.0 (compliant with CC-BY 2.0 license).
  • The Europlanet 2024 Research Infrastructure project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 871149.
    The Europlanet 2020 Research Infrastructure project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 654208.
    This work used the EGI Infrastructure with the dedicated support of IN2P3-IRES and CESNET-MCC.
    VESPA has first been designed in the frame of Europlanet-RI JRA4 work package (IDIS activity).
    Additional funding was provided in France by the Action Spécifique Observatoire Virtuel and Programme National de Planétologie / INSU.



    Europlanet Project supported by the European Union VOParis Observatoire

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