Institut für Astronomie und Astrophysik
Abteilung AstronomieSand 1, D-72076 Tübingen, Germany
Read in good time intervals from a fits file and apply this information by ignoring not covered data points.
A gti fits file must consist of two columns defining start/stop intervals. All data points not covered by these intervals are treated as being outside the good time interval and are ignored.
(optional) parameters are ordered as follows: - The column for the gti START times. This may be either the column name or its number. Default is column 1. - The column for the gti STOP times. This may be either the column name or its number. Default is column 2. - The subgroup to apply the gti information at. This might be either a subgroup number, the subgroup name which may contain wildcards (*,?) or a list of subgroups in brackets [g1,g2...gn]. Default are all subgroups (i.e. "*"). - (optional) The extension number. If not given the extension number 1 is used (first extension). All parameters are separated with ",". If one parameter is not defined (empty string) the default column is used.
Loads file data into environment.
> data, event.fits -> loads event time data > data, instrument.gti[START,STOP,0,2] -> apply gti information at subgroup 0 (just loaded one) and use extension #2.
$Id: cafe_data_gti.pro,v 1.2 2005/02/16 11:04:09 goehler Exp $
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