[Kst] [Bug 123699] fails to create INDEX from .fits file binary extention
tskisner.public at gmail.com
Thu Mar 16 04:38:59 CET 2006
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------- Additional Comments From tskisner.public gmail com 2006-03-16 04:38 -------
On Wednesday 15 March 2006 17:55, netterfield astro utoronto ca wrote:
| 02:55 ------- I think all data sources that return vectors should return an
| INDEX column.
Ok, I think what I will do is the following:
1. Add INDEX and an entry for each map to the vector fieldlist.
2. when readField is called for a map, do the simple thing and just return
the table columns. So this means that for cut-sphere files, the user will
need to plot the data versus the pixel column.
For example, with full-sphere file:
kst -y 1 -y 2 fulldata.fits
and with cut-sphere:
kst -x 1 -y 2 -y 3 cutdata.fits
This means that it will NOT be possible to mix cut and full files on the
command line (you have to go to the datamanager).
Brendan (and others)- is this an acceptable solution?
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