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Naming an Application
The first place in which the NDF_ library looks for an application name is the APPN argument of the NDF_HPUT routine. If this is not blank (and a new ...
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Acknowledgments
Thanks also to Frossie Economou and Tim Jenness for answering my ORAC-DR and Perl questions, and for incorporating my requested enhancements into ...
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ESP -- Extended Surface Photometry
ESP --- Extended Surface Photometry Starlink User Note 180. Norman Gray Mark Taylor Grant Privett 27 January 2000. E-mail:ussc@star.rl.ac.uk ...
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range - Define the range of values permitted for the parameter
range - Define the range of values permitted for the parameter.
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HARD-Sets the file name for hard copy output
HARD-Sets the file name for hard copy output. ... S O F T / H A R D / I D E V SOFT is used to set the user variable (SOFT) that controls the soft copy ...
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IDINVISIBLE - Makes memory planes of an image-display device invisible
This routine makes invisible nominated planes of an IDI-supported image display, ... idinvisible [0,1]: Makes only planes 0 and 1 invisible on the current ...
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FIGARO ECHARC IMPORT/EXPORT
FIGARO ECHARC IMPORT/EXPORT. In order to provide backward compatibility with the extensive line fitting ECHARC software, ECHOMOP provides the ability to ...
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GAUFIT: least-square fits
GAUFIT: least-square fits. Fitting with the least-squares algorithm proceeds much as before: % gaufit ESP GAUFIT running. [...] ...
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Example 2. Formulating a Cartesian-to-Polar transformation.
Example 2. Formulating a Cartesian-to-Polar transformation.
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Overview of CCD Detectors
CCDs were first used in astronomy in 1976 when J. Janesick and B. Smith obtained images of Jupiter, Saturn and Uranus using a CCD detector attached to the ...
 
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