Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of FAQ/processingspeed


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Jul 1, 2009 11:47:01 AM (10 years ago)
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    1010...the -1 at the end is necessary to tell azgcorr that you've finished giving it band numbers.
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    12 2. If you're only interested in part of the flightline, don't process the parts you're not interested in. This may require some trial-and-error to establish the line numbers. Use the -l option to azgcorr to process only a certain range of scan lines. You'll need to run the whole thing through once, optionally with only one band as above, to check the total number of scan lines. For example, for a flightline with 10000 scan lines, if you only want lines 2000-6000 you'd use:
     122. If you're only interested in part of the flightline, don't process the parts you're not interested in. This may require some trial-and-error to establish the line numbers. Use the -l option to azgcorr to process only a certain range of scan lines. To obtain the total number of scan lines, run:
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     14azexhdf <hdf_file_name> | grep SClines
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     16For example, for a flightline with 10000 scan lines, if you only want lines 2000-6000 you'd use:
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    1418azgcorr ... -l 2000 6000 ...