Commit f7a69027 authored by Monica Rainer's avatar Monica Rainer
Browse files

Update README.md

parent 68eac64f
......@@ -7,8 +7,58 @@ Python packages:
- NumPy v1.12
- SciPy v0.19
- watchdog v0.8.2
- docopt v0.6.1
Other requirement:
- fortran77 compiler
- libcfitsio library
Installation:
- preserve the directory tree:
gofio/
gofioDRS.py
drslib/
__init__.py
config.py
darkframes.py
db.py
flatframes.py
nodding.py
rawfiles.py
stare.py
varie.py
wlframes.py
berv/
__init__.py
astroTimeLegacy.py
baryvel.py
logger/
__init__.py
logger.py
resources/
GIANOB_MASKC.fits
UNe_lines_GIANO_selected.txt
UNe_observed_lines_GIANOB_18nov2016.txt
badpix_mask.fits
straight_giano_2D_v1_1.f
- compile the fortran77 straight_giano_2D_v1_1.f file:
gfortran -o straight_giano_2D straight_giano_2D_v1_1.f -lcfitsio
- modify the configuration file drslib/config.py in order to set the
right directory path for raw and reduced files (CONFIG['BASE_RAW']
and CONFIG['BASE_RED_DIR'])
- run "python gofioDRS.py -h" for help
Output:
- intermediate: *_str.fits, 2D images with orders straightened and bad pixel removed
- final output: *_ms1d.fits. The spectra are flat-fielded, extracted, calibrated, and the cosmic rays are removed. The echelle orders are not merged. The FITS table has 50 rows and 4 columns, and it stores each echelle order in a row. The columns are: the number of the echelle order (from 32 - the reddest - to 81 - the bluest), the wavelength in nanometers, the fluxes and the signal-to-noise ratios.
- final output (optional): *_s1d.fits. The spectra are flat-fielded, extracted, calibrated, and the cosmic rays are removed. The echelle orders are merged. The barycentric correction is applied. These are monodimensional spectra with constant step in wavelength.
- intermediate: *_str.fits, 2D images with orders straightened
and bad pixel removed
- final output: *_ms1d.fits. The spectra are flat-fielded, extracted,
calibrated, and the cosmic rays are removed.
The echelle orders are not merged.
The FITS table has 50 rows and 4 columns, and it stores each echelle
order in a row. The columns are: the number of the echelle order
(from 32 - the reddest - to 81 - the bluest), the wavelength in nanometers,
the fluxes and the signal-to-noise ratios.
- final output (optional): *_s1d.fits. The spectra are flat-fielded, extracted,
calibrated, and the cosmic rays are removed. The echelle orders are merged.
The barycentric correction is applied. These are monodimensional spectra with
constant step in wavelength.
\ No newline at end of file
Supports Markdown
0% or .
You are about to add 0 people to the discussion. Proceed with caution.
Finish editing this message first!
Please register or to comment