ascout in out
A S C O U T The first part of the output file is a header giving textual information and a head for the table. These lines start with a blank carriage return control character followed by an exclamation mark as the first printed character. The table itself has to the left all the axis values and optionally the pixel widths, and to the right the data value and its error if known. The spectroscopic axis is written with higher precision (12 significant digits instead of 7) if its storage type is _DOUBLE. The total number of table columns can be 8 at most. All pixel widths are written if and only if requested, regardless of whether there is explicit information in the input file. Each width occupies the column to the right of the corresponding centre value.
ascout in(1.5:2.5) out This expects a 1-D data set in IN and will write to the ASCII file OUT the information for axis values between 1.5 and 2.5. Should IN be more than 1-D, the first hyper-row would be used. ascout in(1.5:2.5,10:15) out This will accept a 2-D data set in IN and write to OUT the information for 1st axis coordinate values between 1.5 and 2.5 and for 2nd axis pixel number between 10 and 15. Note that integers in the section specification are interpreted as pixel numbers.
This routine is available in the Specdre graphical user interface.
FIGARO A general data reduction system