Changes between Version 19 and Version 20 of Procedures/HyperspectralCalibrationCreation


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Jun 7, 2018 5:31:04 PM (11 months ago)
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  • Procedures/HyperspectralCalibrationCreation

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    1010== Setup ==
     11
     12Copy all data to the appropriate location as well as the spreadsheet of the data. Open a new ticket and make a few preliminar notes. Make sure all data is correct, that all files have darkframes recorded and make notes on the ticket if anything went wrong, some data was not recorded or anything that does not make sense. Later on, you will need to specify in the config file the data directory structure, the default is:
     13data
     14   |-d1 (Number of the day)
     15   |    |-fenix
     16   |    |     |-raw data of each lampfiles
     17   |    |     |-radiometric files   
     18   |    |-owl
     19   |   (...)
     20   |-d2
     21(...)
     22
     23You can change the structure but you will need to specify it on the config file. For the output (you will need to create the dirs) the suggested structure is:
     24processed
     25   |-d1 (Number of the day)
     26   |    |-fenix/
     27   |    |     |-anchors/
     28   |    |     |-average/
     29   |    |     |-dc/
     30   |    |     |-output/
     31   |    |     |-smile/
     32   |    |     |-split/
     33   |    |-owl/
     34   |   (...)
     35   |-d2
     36(...)
    1137
    1238Relevant scripts are held in the internal 'libarsfcal' git repository
     
    6793
    6894Basic usage of this requires only the name of the config file as an argument. For the case of the fenix, in the best scenario you will need to use:
    69 ```
     95{{{
    7096cal_spectral.py config_file -s fenix --hwhm
    71 ```
     97}}}
    7298To specify that the sensor is Fenix and that the FWHMs read in the hdr are indeed hwhm rather than fwhm.
    7399 You may also want to use the following arguments: