Red points represent the geographical distribution of all users who are participating in this project.
This plot compares my measurements against the median measurements done by the other users.
Left top panel shows the statistics of the sorted galaxies.The blue bar represents the total number of candidates in our catalog. The red column shows how many galaxies have at least one measurement. The yellow and green bars display the number of galaxies with at least 2 and 3 measurements, respectively.
Left bottom panel shows the number of sorted galaxies as a function of time (this includes all visits: practice, training, calibration, etc).
If the HI profile is missing (e.g. the left panel above), treat the galaxy as it has a perfect profile. Although this means that HI profile is not available in our database, we still have the HI line-width and fluxes necessary for our calculations. In the future these profiles would be also imported into the database.
So, in these cases don't put a flag on the "bad HI profile" and no note regarding HI profile is necessary.
Yes, please contact us with your name and email address. We will make you an account and then you can directly login to the system.
Mostly registrations and authentication processes are done through the Google services system. Therefore, since we are not handling this part, we are not responsible for your lost password. Please try to recover your Google account password first and then proceed to login to our system. You can also use any other Google account you may have and continue working. If you are participating in a program that requires you to have a specific Project ID, please let us know your new Email address as well as your project ID. In case we have created you an account and you have forgotten your password, please contact us.
You can always remain signed-in. Just close the inclination tab/window. Please reload the page if you see the time-out message. Normally if your work-page is idle for 10 minutes, you are required to refresh the page and start working over on a new randomly chosen galaxy. So, it is better not to leave a page at step B, since due to the time-out reload process you will loose your work.
You can select the image and then use the Side Control Panel to switch to the other filters. In most cases the image may look better in other filters. Use the best filter for working on the galaxy. If none of the filters are good enough for your work and a big portion of the galaxy is missing, just reject the galaxy and move on. You can also leave some notes to help us assess the situation. Please read the Rejecting and Flagging for more information.