Another issue should be placed on the agenda on the ANASAC meeting if possible. It is the planning and coordination of developing the necessary tools to analyze the overwhelming spectroscopic data especially in Galactic observations. One can divide up the needs in 3 broad categories: 1. Line catalog; 2. the analysis and viewing tools for the data cube (containing hundreds or thousands of line); 3. modeling of radiative transfer through clouds for extracting the physics and chemistry from the data cube. How do we organize the US and other communities to form a comprehensive and yet non-overlapping international effort to make sure these tools are available by 2012? For example, this important task can form a significant part of the pre-ALMA research and development activities to be funded by the NSF.