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 There is a quasi-general data reduction pipeline for DEIMOS data. It was largely written by the DEEP2 group at Berkeley. Michael Cooper and Jeff Newman are good folks to pester regarding the details of the pipeline. Prior to pestering either of them, however, refer to the [[http://​astro.berkeley.edu/​~cooper/​deep/​spec2d/​|pipeline website]] for answers to common questions. Note that the DEEP2/​DEIMOS pipeline only reduces spectroscopic observations with DEIMOS. If for some crazy reason you took data with DEIMOS in imaging mode, then you need to look eslewhere for your reduction needs. There is a quasi-general data reduction pipeline for DEIMOS data. It was largely written by the DEEP2 group at Berkeley. Michael Cooper and Jeff Newman are good folks to pester regarding the details of the pipeline. Prior to pestering either of them, however, refer to the [[http://​astro.berkeley.edu/​~cooper/​deep/​spec2d/​|pipeline website]] for answers to common questions. Note that the DEEP2/​DEIMOS pipeline only reduces spectroscopic observations with DEIMOS. If for some crazy reason you took data with DEIMOS in imaging mode, then you need to look eslewhere for your reduction needs.
  
-The most experienced DEIMOS observer at Berkeley right now is Michael Cooper. But Brian Gerke, Renbin Yan, and Ryan Foley are far more personable and know what they are doing. ​ 
  
 ===== Long Slit Reductions ===== ===== Long Slit Reductions =====