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Exporting data products from HIPE

This page lists examples and recipes for exporting HIPE data (images, spectra, cubes and source lists) to external applications.

Under construction.


  • Images

IDL> im = mrdfits('/path/image.fits',1)
% Compiled module: FXMOVE.
% Compiled module: MRD_HREAD.
% Compiled module: FXPAR.
% Compiled module: GETTOK.
% Compiled module: VALID_NUM.
% Compiled module: MRD_SKIP.
MRDFITS: Image array (2012,2009)  Type=Real*8
% Compiled module: SWAP_ENDIAN_INPLACE.
IDL> tv,im

  • Spectra

IDL> spec = mrdfits('/path/1342187893_spectrum_point_HR_unapod.fits',2)
% Compiled module: MATCH.
% Compiled module: MRD_STRUCT.
MRDFITS: Binary table.  4 columns by  2061 rows.
IDL> help,spec,/struc
** Structure <15e03af4>, 4 tags, length=28, data length=28, refs=1:
   WAVE            DOUBLE           31.200000
   FLUX            DOUBLE           8.2931329
   ERROR           DOUBLE           3.4131544
   MASK            LONG                 0
IDL> plot,spec.wave,spec.flux

  • Cubes

IDL> cube = mrdfits('/path/1342192180_MR_SLW_unapod_cube.fits',2)
MRDFITS: Image array (16,18,374)  Type=Real*8
IDL> help,cube
CUBE            DOUBLE    = Array[16, 18, 374]
IDL> plot,cube[8,8,*]


  • The FITS files produced with the hiClass task in HIPE on HIFI data can be read in CLASS with the following commands

    file out MyHIFISpectra.hifi mul
    fits read MyHIFISpectra.fits
# Now you have a CLASS file named MyHIFISpectra.hifi (you can use whatever you want as an 
# extension) you can access like you always do in CLASS:
    file in MyHIFISpectra.hifi
    get first
    set unit f i
    device image white

  • For PACS data or any spectum1d product, you can try the this script (remove .txt extension before you load it in HIPE).



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