Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of Processing/aplquickstart


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    33This is a short guide aimed at getting users geocorrecting their data straight away. For more in depth information please refer to the [wiki:Processing/AplUserGuide APL mapping user guide]. The following commands are suitable for use under linux or Microsoft Windows. If running under windows you will need to add '.exe' to the names of the APL programs in the commands below. This assumes that the APL programs are either in the current working directory or in the system path. If you wish to use the GUI then refer to [wiki:Processing/aplguiquickstart GUI quick start guide]
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     6== Applying the mask ==
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     8The delivered level-1 data pixels are not masked if bad - but come with separate mask files. If you wish to apply the mask to the data then you can use the supplied aplmask utility. It is recommended that you apply the mask to your data prior to analysis. An example how to do this:
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     10{{{
     11aplmask -lev1 flightlines/level1b/flightline1.bil -mask flightlines/level1b/flightline1_mask.bil -output flightlines/level1b/flightline1_masked.bil
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     14This will create a masked level-1 file called flightline1_masked.bil where all the 'bad' pixels from the mask file flightline1_mask.bil are set to value '0'. 'Good' pixels will have the value from flightline1.bil.
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     16If you do not wish to mask out every bad pixel but just certain 'varieties', say only overflowed and underflowed pixels, then you can use the '-flags' option. Overflows and underflows have values 1 and 2 in the mask file, and so the following command will only mask these pixels:
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     18{{{
     19aplmask -lev1 flightlines/level1b/flightline1.bil -mask flightlines/level1b/flightline1_mask.bil -output flightlines/level1b/flightline1_masked.bil -flags 1 2
     20}}}
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     22Note that the flags are based on bit values. This means that if a pixel has mask value 10 (smear corrected and overflown) it will be masked out using the above command. To see what pixel values in the mask file represent see [wiki:FAQ/aplmask here].
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    524== Creating an IGM file ==