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TN-0005 IBIS IBIS Data Reduction Notes

@inproceedings{Criscuoli2014TN0005II,
  title={TN-0005 IBIS IBIS Data Reduction Notes},
  author={Serena Criscuoli},
  year={2014}
}
This document is meant to give a brief overview of the software reduction package made available by the National Solar Observatory for data obtained with the Interferometric Bidimensional Spectropolarimeter (IBIS) instrument. This document is not intended to replace a detailed software reduction manual. It may, however, evolve over time into such a document. 

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