The people who built the instrument have a wealth of material on their instrument.
In addition, UCLA has a nice wiki that discusses details of the pipeline, quicklook package, calibration, bugs, open issues, standard star observations, and lots of other great stuff.
This is the package put together by the UCLA IR lab for reducing
OSIRIS data. Jim Lyke has put together a great webpage discussing
this instrument and package, see the link below.
Go to the Start
There exists a package of IDL scripts to reduce NIRC2 data taken with the AO configuration. I have used it, but I have no idea what the public release status is.
Last modified: Wed Oct 14 11:59:10 PDT 2009