fig_3a.txt:
Data of the pre-processed GPI frame. The number of lines correspond to the number of rows in the omega, the number of data in the rows correspond to the number of columns in the image.
fig_3b.txt:
Same as fig_3a.txt, but for the subsequent frame.
fig_3c.txt:
Data of the linear 2D Fast Fourier transform. "k_x" is the x axis coordinate in the 2D FFT, "k_y" is the y axis coordinate in the 2D FFT. "FFT linear" is the data represented the same way as the data in fig_3a.txt.
fig_3d.txt:
Same as fig_3c.txt, but for the subsequent frame.
fig_3e.txt: Log-polar transformed 2D FFT. "Phi" is the angle coordinate, "r pix" is the log(scale) coordinate. "FFT logpol" is the 2D log-polar transform spectrum data represented the same way as the data in fig_3a.txt.
fig_3f.txt:
Same as fig_3e.txt but for the subsequent frame.
fig_4.txt:
2D cross-correlation coefficient function data. "Phi lag" is the angle coordinate lag, "r lag" is the scaling lag coordinate, "2D CCCF data" is the data for the 2D cross-correlation coefficient function represented the same way as the data in fig_3a.txt.
fig_5_NSTX_GPI_VIDEO_frames_141319_[*].txt:
Raw video frames for figure 5 represented the same way as the data in fig_3a.
fig_6_abcd.txt:
Data for all four of the subfigures in Figure 6. "Time" is the x axis coordinate in microseconds. "Angular velocity" is the data for fig6a in krad/s. "Expansion fraction" is the data for fig 6b in 1/s. "Radial velocity" is the data for fig 6c in km/s. "r-r_sep" is the data for fig 6d in mm.
fig_7ab.txt:
Data for the statistical analysis of the angular velocity. "Time" is the x axis coordinate in msec. "median" is the median angular velocity in krad/s. "10th perc." is the 10th percentile in krad/s. "90th perc." is the 90th percentile in krad/s. "Distribution bins" represent the middle of the distribution bin in km/s. "Distribution" is represented in the same way as fig_3a.txt, but the pixel intensities are the relative frequencies.
fig_7cd.txt:
Data for the statistical analysis of the expansion fraction. "Time" is the x axis coordinate in msec. "median" is the median expansion fraction in 1/s. "10th perc." is the 10th percentile in 1/s. "90th perc." is the 90th percentile in 1/s. "Distribution bins" represent the middle of the distribution bin in 1/s. "Distribution" is represented in the same way as fig_3a.txt, but the pixel intensities are the relative frequencies.
fig_8ab.txt:
Data for the statistical analysis of the radial velocity fraction. "Time" is the x axis coordinate in msec. "median" is the median radial velocity in km/s. "10th perc." is the 10th percentile in km/s. "90th perc." is the 90th percentile in km/s. "Distribution bins" represent the middle of the distribution bin in km/s. "Distribution" is represented in the same way as fig_3a.txt, but the pixel intensities are the relative frequencies.
fig_8cd.txt:
Data for the statistical analysis of the distance of the filament from the separatrix. "Time" is the x axis coordinate in msec. "median" is the median r-r_sep in mm. "10th perc." is the 10th percentile in mm. "90th perc." is the 90th percentile in mm. "Distribution bins" represent the middle of the distribution bin in mm. "Distribution" is represented in the same way as fig_3a.txt, but the pixel intensities are the relative frequencies.
fig_12.txt:
Data for the estimated poloidal rotation profile in Figure 12. "Radial coordinate" is the major radius coordinate. "vpol profile" is the poloidal velocity profile. "vpol_prime profile" is the derivative of the vpol profile.
fig_13ab.txt:
Data for the statistical analysis of the modeled angular velocity. "Time" is the x axis coordinate in msec. "median" is the median modeled angular velocity in krad/s. "10th perc." is the 10th percentile in krad/s. "90th perc." is the 90th percentile in krad/s. "Distribution bins" represent the middle of the distribution bin in krad/s. "Distribution" is represented in the same way as fig_3a.txt, but the pixel intensities are the relative frequencies.
fig_13c.txt:
Data for comparison of the model and the experiment. "Experimental angular velocity" is the minimum experimental angular velocity. "Model angular velocity" is the minimum modeled angular velocity.
fig_13d.txt:
Data for comparison of the model and the experiment. "Experimental angular velocity" is the maximum experimental angular velocity. "Model angular velocity" is the maximum modeled angular velocity.