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What's coming up in HIPE 14

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 When clicking on an observation, its standalone browse products are opened in the editor area for quick analysis, by means of the image, spectra or cube viewers.

Opening the observation context instead is also possible, either with the popup menu or by configuring so as the default behaviour, in the Quick Analysis preferences category.

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Command line

Starting with version 14.0, it is possible to pass arguments to HIPE from the command line, which will try to interpret them as files to be opened with the proper viewers. For example:

bash> hipe myImage.jpg cube.fits resultTable.csv

would open HIPE with three viewers: one for the image, a spectrum explorer for the cube, and a dataset viewer for the CSV table.

ALERT! Note:

Passing a Jython script as the first argument will still behave as running HIPE in batch mode:

bash> hipe myScript.py arg1 arg2

would not open the HIPE window, but execute the script with the given arguments passed to it.

 

Plotting

TablePlotter

OverPlotter

 
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