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What's coming up in HIPE 14

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 Recent open files

The size of the recently opened files list, which can be accessed through the File menu, is now configurable through preferences.

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Metadata tables

A new option in the popup menu of metadata tables allows copying cell values in other way than with the usual key combinations (Ctrl+C or Cmd+C).

Array data viewer

The array data viewer shows tooltips over the spinners (above the data table) for informing about the array dimensions.

 

Quick Analysis

There is a new perspective in HIPE, which is accessible by clicking on the magnifying glass at the top right toolbar, for quickly inspecting scientific data from the Herschel Science Archive.

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 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.

Command line

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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:
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It is now possible to pass arguments to HIPE from the command line, which will be tried to be interpreted 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.

 
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