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question about imcopy.c by [email protected]
Hi all, I am a brand new user of CFITSIO and still in the learning stage. I got confused when I tried to use the imcopy.c According to Page 46 of CFITSIO...
August 27th 08 10:23 PM
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[fitsbits] fitsverify and "implied" table columns themselves...? by Mike Nolan
I guess we all got so caught up in Paper 3 that we forgot to check back with Paper 1. The problem isn't with the "Green Bank Convention" for degenerate...
August 27th 08 07:16 PM
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[fitsbits] fitsverify and "implied" table columns themselves...? by Bob Garwood
Yup. I should have gone on to say that making those keywords into constant valued columns simply shuts up fitsverify, it doesn't make it any more of a valid...
August 27th 08 06:56 PM
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[fitsbits] fitsverify and "implied" table columns themselves...? by William Pence[_2_]
The new FITS Standard document, in table 8.2, defines the keyword naming convention (taken from the WCS papers) that one should use if the image is stored as...
August 27th 08 06:39 PM
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[fitsbits] fitsverify and "implied" table columns themselves...? by Bob Garwood
That appears to be the SDFITS convention, which predates the WCS papers and agreements. The WCS information in those tables is unlikely to be widely...
August 27th 08 05:52 PM
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[fitsbits] fitsverify and "implied" table columns themselves...? by Mike Nolan
We're writing radio data in binary tables, and fitsverify hates them: 133) fitsverify...
August 27th 08 05:14 PM
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[fitsbits] Hash Functions (MD5 is very obsolete) by Arnold Rots
The RXTE archive contains SHA(-1) (FIPS 180-1) digests for all its data products. But, to my knowledge, it has not been used by any users worried about the...
July 21st 08 05:23 PM
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[fitsbits] FITS Standard 3.0 is Approved. by William Pence[_2_]
Dear colleagues, I am pleased to announce that the new 3.0 version of the FITS Standard document has been officially approved by the IAU FITS working group. ...
July 10th 08 06:48 PM
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[fitsbits] Hash Functions (MD5 is very obsolete) by Rob Seaman
Thierry Forveille wrote: Is anyone on the list aware of uses of the MD5 checksum in FITS beyond protection against accidental bitflips from bad...
July 9th 08 03:00 AM
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[fitsbits] Hash Functions (MD5 is very obsolete) by Thierry Forveille[_3_]
On Tue, 8 Jul 2008, Rob Seaman wrote: Apologies if you see this more than once. FYI. A reminder that MD5 has been obsolete for several years. So ...
July 9th 08 01:54 AM
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[fitsbits] Hash Functions (MD5 is very obsolete) by Rob Seaman
Hi guys, Apologies if you see this more than once. FYI. A reminder that MD5 has been obsolete for several years. So obsolete that even the U.S. federal...
July 8th 08 02:25 PM
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[fitsbits] CRPIX clarification by Steve Allen
On Mon 2008-06-16T16:52:34 -0400, William Pence hath writ: If anyone objects to the use of the phrase "regular lattice structure" in that first sentence...
June 23rd 08 07:19 PM
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[fitsbits] CRPIX clarification by Mark Calabretta
On Mon 2008/06/16 17:36:27 MST, Rob Seaman wrote in a message to: Mark Calabretta and copied to: Eric Greisen ,...
June 17th 08 03:16 AM
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[fitsbits] CRPIX clarification by Rob Seaman
To clarify that, the statement could be changed to "(e.g. as is done for the random parameters using PTYPEn in random groups data)". The whole point is...
June 17th 08 01:36 AM
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[fitsbits] CRPIX clarification by Mark Calabretta
On Mon 2008/06/16 07:37:27 MST, Rob Seaman wrote in a message to: Eric Greisen , Mark Calabretta [email protected] nf.csiro.au and copied...
June 17th 08 01:18 AM
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[fitsbits] CRPIX clarification by Mark Calabretta
On Mon 2008/06/16 08:20:03 CST, Eric Greisen wrote in a message to: Mark Calabretta and copied to: William Pence...
June 17th 08 01:12 AM
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[fitsbits] CRPIX clarification by William Pence[_2_]
Taking Rob's suggestion, the proposed changes to the new draft FITS Standard are as follows: 1) Insert the following paragraph at the start of Sect. 8.1: ...
June 16th 08 09:52 PM
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[fitsbits] CRPIX clarification by Rob Seaman
Perhaps simply excise "(e.g. as is done for random groups data)"? The less said about random groups, the better :-) Rob -- On Jun 16, 2008, at 7:20 AM,...
June 16th 08 03:37 PM
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[fitsbits] CRPIX clarification by Eric Greisen
Mark Calabretta wrote: On Thu 2008/06/12 14:13:44 -0400, William Pence wrote in a message to: FITSBITS 1. Change the first...
June 16th 08 03:20 PM
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[fitsbits] CRPIX clarification by Mark Calabretta
On Thu 2008/06/12 14:13:44 -0400, William Pence wrote in a message to: FITSBITS 1. Change the first sentence in section 8.1 from ...
June 16th 08 02:38 AM
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