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MESSENGER Mercury Dual Imaging System (MDIS) Data Users’ Workshop 2013

Agenda and Presentations

All presentation materials are available at this PDS website.
ISIS demos and materials presented at the workshop are available at this USGS website.

Sunday, March 17, 2013, 2 pm CDT
Montgomery Ballrooms B/C
The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel and Convention Center
The Woodlands, TX

1. Overview of the mission, instrument, and imaging campaigns
   Nancy Chabot, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab (~15 min.)
2. Available MDIS data products and calibrations
   Brett Denevi, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab (~30 min.)
3. Accessing and searching for MDIS data in the PDS
   Lisa Gaddis, PDS Imaging Node, United States Geological Survey (~20 min)
4. MDIS data in QuickMap
   Erick Malaret, Applied Coherent Technology Corporation (~20 min)
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5. Using MDIS data in ISIS (Integrated Software for Imagers and Spectrometers)
1. ISIS3 Fundamentals
2. Standard Processing Concepts and Tools
3. Cartographic Map Projections
4. Creating Monochrome Map Mosaics (EDRs)
5. Creating Color Map Mosaics (EDRs)
6. Working with PDS Map Projected Products (BDRs/MDRs)
7. Export and Application Support for ISIS3 Products
   Kris Becker, United States Geological Survey (~2 hours)