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Parameter Target: Choose OGLE observations region: LMC - Large Magellanic Cloud (Cep, aCep, T2Cep, RRLyr, ECL) SMC - Small Magellanic Cloud (Cep, aCep, T2Cep, RRLyr, ECL) BLG - Galactic bulge (Cep, T2Cep, RRLyr, ECL) GD - Galactic disk (Cep, T2Cep, RRLyr) GAL - Anomalous Cepheids in the Galaxy (for example in front of the Magellanic Clouds)Field type/Main Target of observations ?
Parameter ID: e.g. OGLE-BLG-RRLYR-30003, OGLE-LMC-ECL-19911, OGLE-SMC-ACEP-033 May contain wildcards: '%' (or '*') for any sequence of characters, '_' (or '?') for any single character. It is possible to provide more that one value using comma eg., 'OGLE-LMC-T2CEP-046, OGLE-LMC-T2CEP-047, OGLE-LMC-T2CEP-048'.Catalog designation ?

Parameter Type: Cep - Clasical Cepheids (modes: F, 1, 2, F1, F12, 12, 123, 12, 23) aCep - Anomalous Cepheids (modes: F, 1, 2) T2Cep - Type II Cepheids (types: RVTau, BLHer, BLHer_1O, WVir, pWWir) RRLyr - RR Lyr Stars (types: RRab, RRC, RRd) ECL - Eclipsing and Binary Stars (types: NC, C, CV, ELL)Star Type ?
Parameter Subtype: e.g. RRab, RRC, RRd (for RRLyr), F, 1, 2, F1, F12, 12, 123, 12, 23 (for Cepheids) or F - fundamental mode 1O - first overtone 2O - second overtone 3O - third overtone and combinations: F/1O, 1O/2O, 1O/3O, 2O/3O, F/1O/2O, 1O/2O/3O, RVTau, BLHer, BLHer_1O, WVir, pWWir (for T2Cep), NC, C, CV, ELL (for Eclipsing and Binary Stars) standing for: NC - non-contact eclipsing binaries C - contact eclipsing binaries CV - cataclismic variables ELL - ellipsoidal variablesMode or Subtype ?
  Parameter RA: RA format is: HH:MM:SS or H.HHHHH specify a range of values eg. 5:30:00 5:45:00 or a circle by giving the radius in arcsec, and providing RA and DEC eg. 5:12:31 r60 -69:12:31Right Ascension (J2000) ?
  Parameter Decl: DEC format is: ±DD:MM:SS or ±D.DDDDD specify a range of values eg. 5:30:00 5:45:00 or a circle by giving the radius in arcsec, and providing RA and DEC eg. 5:12:31 r60 -69:12:31Declination (J2000) ?
  Parameter I: typically between 12 and 19 mag, Mean: for pulsating stars, Maximum: for eclipsing starsMean or Maximum I-band magnitude ?
  Parameter V: typically between 13 and 22 mag, Mean: for pulsating stars, Maximum: for eclipsing starsMean or Maximum V-band magnitude ?
  Parameter V_I: this is difference between V and I columns typically between -1 and 3 mag(V-I) color ?
  Parameter P_1: in daysPeriod ?
  Time of minimum brightness (HJD-2450000)
  I-band amplitude or main eclipse depth
  I-band amplitude of the second periodocity, or secondary eclipse depth
Parameter ID_OGLE_II: e.g. LMC_SC14_114046 OGLE-II field name joined with database star number using '_' May contain wildcards: '%' (or '*') for any sequence of characters, '_' (or '?') for any single character. It is possible to provide more that one value using comma eg., 'LMC_SC7_101474, LMC_SC7_295775'.Identification: OGLE-II ?
Parameter ID_OGLE_III: e.g. LMC126.1.68528 OGLE-III field name joined with database star number using '.' May contain wildcards: '%' (or '*') for any sequence of characters, '_' (or '?') for any single character. It is possible to provide more that one value using comma eg., 'SMC101.4.14199, SMC101.6.12480'.Identification: OGLE-III ?
Parameter ID_OGLE_IV: e.g. BLG511.01.130015 OGLE-IV field name joined with database star number using '.' May contain wildcards: '%' (or '*') for any sequence of characters, '_' (or '?') for any single character. It is possible to provide more that one value using comma eg., 'BLG511.01.130015, GD1639.17.5205, LMC501.12.*, GD1167.*'.Identification: OGLE-IV ?
Parameter ID_OTHER: e.g. V5760 Sgr May contain wildcards: '%' (or '*') for any sequence of characters, '_' (or '?') for any single character. It is possible to provide more that one value using comma eg., 'XY Hyi, V1529 Sco, NGC6441 V6'.Identification: OTHER ?
Parameter REMARKS: e.g. 'secondary period' the string is auto-embedded in wildcards: '*string*' unless it contains user-supplied wildcard(s). Wildcards are: '%' (or '*') for any sequence of characters, '_' (or '?') for any single character. It is possible to provide more that one value using comma eg., 'reclassified, re-classified, uncertain'.Remarks ?
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Udalski, Szymański and Szymański, 2015, Acta Astron., 65, 1 (OGLE-IV photometry)
Udalski, Szymański, Soszyński and Poleski, 2008, Acta Astron., 58, 69 (OGLE-III photometry)
Soszyński et al., 2014, Acta Astron., 64, 177 (RR Lyr stars in the Galactic bulge) paper overview
Soszyński et al., 2015a, Acta Astron., 65, 297 (classical Cepheids in the LMC and SMC) paper overview
Soszyński et al., 2015b, Acta Astron., 65, 233 (anomalous Cepheids in the LMC and SMC) paper overview
Soszyński et al., 2016, Acta Astron., 66, 131 (RR Lyr stars in the LMC and SMC) paper overview
Soszyński et al., 2016, Acta Astron., 66, 405 (Eclipsing stars in the Galactic bulge) paper overview
Pawlak et al., 2016, Acta Astron., 66, 421 (Eclipsing stars in the LMC and SMC) paper overview
Soszyński et al., 2017, Acta Astron., 67, 103 (classical and anomalous Cepheids in the LMC and SMC) paper overview
Soszyński et al., 2017, Acta Astron., 67, 297 (classical, type II, and anomalous Cepheids toward the Galactic Center) paper overview
Udalski et al., 2018, Acta Astron., 68, 315 (clasical and type II cepheids in Galactic disk and bulge) paper overview
Soszyński et al., 2018, Acta Astron., 68, 89 (type II Cepheids in the LMC and SMC) paper overview
Soszyński et al., 2019, Acta Astron., 69, 321 (RR Lyr stars in the Galactic Disk and Bulge) paper overview
Soszyński et al., 2020, arXiv:2007.07255 (additional classical, type II, and anomalous Cepheids toward the Galactic Disk and Center) paper overview

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