The DM monthly status report covering April 2023 activities has been posted to DocuShare, collection-8803. For convenience, the High-level Summary is pasted below. Direct link to the full report: chrome-extension://efaidnbmnnnibpcajpcglclefindmkaj/DocuShare Authorization Error
Community Interactions, Meetings and Workshops
DM supported NSF visit to Tucson to discuss Software and data management.
A presentation was given to the National Academies Board on Physics and Astronomy on “data to science” with Rubin/LSST.
An abstract was submitted to AAS 242 on Open Science
Pipeline quality Metric Bundles produced by the science pipelines (including analysis tools) can now be ingested into Sasquatch. We are now porting over all our metrics and Pipeline QA dashboards over from Squash to Sasquatch. This is important for commissioning because we can correlate image quality metrics with telemetry from the EFD in one database.
Improved sky object placement using a quasi-random approach provides better coverage of the sky with the same number of sources.
Real-bogus classification was added to the Alert Production pipeline.
Work has commenced on support of HTCondor containers on summit for batch processing on demand. Released rubin-env 6.0.0 with new packages and the ability to use newer versions of existing packages. The Butler interfaces and implementation were simplified by always using “resolved” concrete locations internally.
Replication between Summit LFA and USDF has been enabled. Currently all data stored in the LFA will be automatically copied to USDF using the LHN