Information on Service 'GAIA-DEM maps datalink service'

GAIA-DEM
GAIA-DEM is a database of Differential Emission Measure (DEM) maps. The DEM is a measure of the thermal structure of the coronal plasma, representing the quantity of light emitting plasma along the line of sight, at different temperatures. In GAIA-DEM, the DEM is modelled by a specific function of temperature, namely a Gaussian of the logarithm of electron temperature. GAIA-DEM maps are then maps of the DEM maximum temperature, of the DEM integral (total Emission Measure), and DEM width (in temperature). These maps are obtained by inversion from the SDO/AIA EUV images in 6 coronal channels (9.4, 13.1, 17.1, 19.3, 21.1, and 33.5 nm). In addition, maps of the χ² for the inversion are provided.
GAIA-DEM is available from a specific interface at http://medoc-dem.ias.u-psud.fr, as well as part of the generic MEDOC interface which is currently located at https://idoc-medoc.ias.u-psud.fr. These interfaces are based on the CNES SiTools2 framework. GAIA-DEM is also available from IDL and Python scripts, using a specialization of the generic SiTools2 IDL and Python clients developed by MEDOC.

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Input Fields

The following fields are available to provide input to the service (with some renderers, some of these fields may be unavailable):

NameTable Head DescriptionUnitUCD
ID Id The pubisher DID of the dataset of interest N/A meta.id;meta.main
maxrec Match limit Maximum number of records returned. Pass 0 to retrieve service parameters. N/A N/A
responseformat Output Format File format requested for output. N/A meta.code.mime
verb Verbosity Exhaustiveness of column selection. VERB=1 only returns the most important columns, VERB=2 selects the columns deemed useful to the average user, VERB=3 returns a table with all available columns. N/A N/A

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