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Message 1483744 - Posted: 2 Mar 2014, 19:41:25 UTC

Users have been commenting that SETI's own Data Distribution History is no longer being updated. This thread will be my personal attempt to fill that gap.

I'm recording the 'tapes' which I've seen processed by MultiBeam (only) apps on my own machines. I'll post a snapshot of the tapes I'd seen by the end of each year, plus monthly updates from here on.

The colour coding will be:



The numbers in each cell are the number of distinct tapes (aa, ab, ...) I've seen for each day's Arecibo recordings.
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Message 1483750 - Posted: 2 Mar 2014, 19:44:37 UTC

December 31st, 2008 - effectively the start of the GPU revolution.

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Message 1483752 - Posted: 2 Mar 2014, 19:46:00 UTC

December 31st, 2009

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Message 1483753 - Posted: 2 Mar 2014, 19:47:30 UTC

December 31st, 2010



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Message 1483754 - Posted: 2 Mar 2014, 19:48:26 UTC

December 31st, 2011

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Message 1483755 - Posted: 2 Mar 2014, 19:49:36 UTC

December 31st, 2012

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Message 1483757 - Posted: 2 Mar 2014, 19:52:05 UTC

December 31st, 2013



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Message 1534436 - Posted: 1 Jul 2014, 11:41:48 UTC

Sorry I didn't do one of these last month, but May and June were almost entirely spent re-processing old tapes from 2008 and 2009.

No point in posting those, so here's a summary of what we achieved in the first half of the year (January-June 2014 inclusive):



That's 361 new tapes in all, of which just a handful were tapes from earlier years that I hadn't seen before.

A reminder of the chart explanation, from the initial post in this thread:



The numbers in each cell are the number of distinct tapes (aa, ab, ...) I've seen for each day's Arecibo recordings.
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Message 1565676 - Posted: 1 Sep 2014, 10:36:09 UTC

I haven't forgotten about the data distribution history, but we've been exclusively re-processing the old tapes for several months now.

For the record, we've now looked again at some 1086 old tapes so far this year.

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Message 1596517 - Posted: 3 Nov 2014, 17:33:33 UTC

We have some new data to report! These new tapes were processed during October 2014.



76 new tapes in all. There were a few final resends from earlier years too, but most new tapes were from this year.
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Message 1608119 - Posted: 2 Dec 2014, 12:05:17 UTC

Well, we managed to get through some new data during November.



I've added all the tapes currently shown on the SSP (131 new tapes in all), even though many of them are so short that there is little or no crunchable data on them. The full chart shows that the lab house-keeping has turned up data from every year since the multibeam antenna and recorder came into full use in January 2007.
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Message 1621848 - Posted: 1 Jan 2015, 18:03:07 UTC

Final tally for 2014. The disks Jeff received on 5 December (~5 TB of data) turned out to be 97 new 'tapes':



None of the earlier tapes from 2012 and 2013 which showed up at the end were 'new', according to my database - we must have processed them before. Perhaps the staff wanted to re-check the MB processing - we certainly got MB tasks from them - but decided not to repeat the AP runs.
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Message 1707287 - Posted: 1 Aug 2015, 10:33:16 UTC

With the new data from Arecibo that Jeff threw into the hopper on 23 June, it's time to pick up this thread again.



That's 113 new tapes so far, and counting.

Since it's been a while, a reminder of what I'm displaying. These are Multibeam tasks, processed so far on my machines and recorded in my SETI logs. Because I'm only recording MB, and only completed tasks, I run a little way behind the splitters - there will be at least 50 more tapes to report next month, and perhaps we'll fill in some of those gaps as well.

And here's a reminder of the colour coding.

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Message 1720906 - Posted: 1 Sep 2015, 11:59:15 UTC

117 'first time seen' tapes this month - 78 in Jeff's June shipment from Arecibo, and a scattering from 2008 onwards which have turned up as part of the ongoing reprocessing. I thought we might see some from the March-April gap, but evidently not.

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Message 1730658 - Posted: 1 Oct 2015, 15:25:30 UTC

No addition to the Data Distribution History charts this month. All except two of the 2011 tapes (one each from 05oc and 23no) were in my database already - though I can't tell if we possibly crunched new areas from other tapes, which might have had an error the first time round.
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Message 1761853 - Posted: 3 Feb 2016, 10:14:27 UTC

In the middle of the v8 excitment, we almost forgot about the arrival of a new shipment of tapes from Arecibo:



Here's a reminder of the colour coding.

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Message 1768817 - Posted: 1 Mar 2016, 13:35:49 UTC

The 2015 recordings aren't finished yet - 76 new ones processed this month.

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Message 1775571 - Posted: 1 Apr 2016, 15:41:33 UTC

But they are now - only 19 left to do after last month.

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