Follow the workflow used in "Planning your proposals", but explain how these would be turned into science goals and entered into the OT-phaseI.
ALMA Integrated Test 2: Your one-stop shopping page for using the OT. Instructions for downloading OT, links to user manual, guidelines for creating science goals, template library, etc.
Final step is to generate Phase-I "Schedule Blocks" (SBs) from your proposal. To do this... TBC
Observing Tool, Phase-II
You will start by opening your proposa and reviewing your phase-I SBs.
More after we learn more about this.
Identify a linux machine on the NRAO network and make sure you have access to a data disk with at least 30 GB of free disk space. You do NOT want to attempt to do these tutorials in your polaris home area!!!
Do not use polaris, as it is the external NRAO email gateway. If you have to, you can use shadowfax (contact helpdesk-cvATnrao.edu and ask for write permission to /home/shadowfax/export/data_2/CASA_TESTING).
When this is done, open an xterm window and type "casapy-test" at the command line. I think you can just run normal casapy now. It is best to do this in the directory you want to work in.
After casa starts up, make sure the "casapy.log" window that opens says CASA Version 3.0.2 (r11477) Compiled on: Thu 2010/05/13 06:45:42 UTC OR later. If not, contact Darrell Scheibel (Room CV-354).
After that, run through the three summer school tutorials:
EVLA OSRO1 mode observation of the AGB star IRC+10216 in two ~36 GHz lines