The table of links below offers the community access to the post-pipeline calibration scripts for both the 240 GHz continuum and the 12CO J=2-1 line emission data, the final calibrated CASA measurement sets for those same data (for the CO, both with and without continuum subtraction), and a set of fiducial images for those same data. These files are also available from the ALMA archive associated with project code 2016.1.00484.L. A general description of the observations used, along with their calibration and imaging procedures, is included in the introductory article for the project (DSHARP I, see below). All users of these data are strongly advised to read that description first.
Users should keep in mind that these scripts may require modification depending on how the raw data are pipeline-processed. For example, some hard-coded indexing (e.g., SPWIDs) and some procedures (e.g., adjusting flux scales) will depend on how (and when) the pipeline calibration is conducted. For that reason, we advise those of you that want to re-do the calibration process entirely to treat the scripts as a guide and to doublecheck each step (i.e., do not just run them blindly, even though they are capable of allowing that). These scripts have only been tested for CASA v5.1.1-5. They require a custom suite of wrapper routines, reduction_utils.py, as well as the standard CASA analysis utilities.
The table below includes some additional data products, specifically the azimuthally-averaged radial intensity profiles for the continuum and the broadband SEDs (see Figure 1 in DSHARP I). Please see the README file associated with the radial profiles before using them.
Below the data table is a list of the initial DSHARP publications. If you use these data, we ask that you please cite DSHARP I as their source, as well as any of the other relevant associated articles for a given product (e.g., also cite DSHARP II if you use the radial profiles) or target (e.g., also cite DSHARP VIII if you are working with the AS 209 data).
Please address questions to the PI: Sean Andrews (sandrews [at] cfa.harvard.edu).
DSHARP I. Motivation, Sample, Calibration, and Overview
Andrews et al. 2018, ApJL, 869, L41
DSHARP II. Characteristics of Annular Substructures
Huang et al. 2018, ApJL, 869, L42
DSHARP III. Spiral Structures in the Millimeter Continuum of the Elias 27, IM Lup, and WaOph 6 Disks
Huang et al. 2018, ApJL, 869, L43
DSHARP IV. Characterizing Substructures and Interactions in Disks around Multiple Star Systems
Kurtovic et al. 2018, ApJL, 869, L44
DSHARP V. Interpreting ALMA Maps of Protoplanetary Disks in Terms of a Dust Model
Birnstiel et al. 2018, ApJL, 869, L45
DSHARP VI. Dust Trapping in Thin-Ringed Protoplanetary Disks
Dullemond et al. 2018, ApJL, 869, L46
DSHARP VII. The Planet-Disk Interactions Interpretation
Zhang et al. 2018, ApJL, 869, L47
DSHARP VIII. The Rich Ringed Substructures in the AS 209 Disk
Guzmán et al. 2018, ApJL, 869, L48
DSHARP IX. A High Definition Study of the HD 163296 Planet Forming Disk
Isella et al. 2018, ApJL, 869, L49
DSHARP X. Multiple Rings, a Misaligned Inner Disk, and a Bright Arc in the Disk around the T Tauri Star HD 143006
Pérez et al. 2018, ApJL, 869, L50