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[fitsbits] CRPIX clarification by Jonathan McDowell
Bill - sounds like a good plan to me. Jonathan
June 12th 08 07:20 PM
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[fitsbits] CRPIX clarification by William Pence[_2_]
In order to bring this discussion to a conclusion and finalize the new FITS Standard document, I suggest 2 small modifications to the previous proposal to...
June 12th 08 07:13 PM
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[fitsbits] Version 1.0 of the nom.tam Java FITS library released by Rob Seaman
Hi Tom, And when can we expect support for tile compression? :-) Rob --- On Jun 10, 2008, at 12:13 PM, Tom McGlynn wrote: I have just released a new...
June 10th 08 09:59 PM
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[fitsbits] CRPIX clarification by Maren Purves
Rob Seaman wrote: This discussion reminds me of the innumerable "which way is up?" questions in the IRAF mail over the years. The answer goes something...
May 31st 08 12:14 AM
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[fitsbits] CRPIX clarification by Rob Seaman
Make that "astrometry.net", of course. On May 30, 2008, at 12:48 AM, Rob Seaman wrote: Steve Allen wrote: We also do not have a set of altered words...
May 30th 08 09:16 AM
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[fitsbits] CRPIX clarification by Rob Seaman
Steve Allen wrote: We also do not have a set of altered words for Bill Pence to propose which make it clear that traverse along array indices isn't...
May 30th 08 08:48 AM
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[fitsbits] CRPIX clarification by Steve Allen
On Fri 2008-05-30T12:48:46 +1000, Mark Calabretta hath writ: I don't think that we have any significant points of disagreement. I concur. We also do not...
May 30th 08 04:55 AM
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[fitsbits] CRPIX clarification by Mark Calabretta
On Fri 2008/05/30 12:48:46 +1000, Mark Calabretta wrote in a message to: Jonathan McDowell , Eric Greisen...
May 30th 08 04:00 AM
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[fitsbits] CRPIX clarification by Mark Calabretta
On Thu 2008/05/29 08:45:21 CST, Eric Greisen wrote in a message to: Jonathan McDowell and copied to: Dear...
May 30th 08 03:48 AM
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[fitsbits] CRPIX clarification by Jonathan McDowell
Eric, I didn't mean that the other approach was being done in FITS, I know it was done in some non-FITS astronomy data packages (if I remember correctly, the...
May 29th 08 04:12 PM
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[fitsbits] CRPIX clarification by Eric Greisen
Jonathan McDowell wrote: However, I think the statement that I was making is nothing to do with your very valid concerns. My point is that we have...
May 29th 08 03:45 PM
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[fitsbits] CRPIX clarification by Jonathan McDowell
Mark, I was a bit unclear earlier, sorry. I shouldn't try and reply to email while on vacation! However, I think the statement that I was making is nothing...
May 29th 08 02:18 AM
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[fitsbits] CRPIX clarifcation by Mark Calabretta
On Tue 2008/05/27 14:42:55 -0400, Jonathan McDowell wrote in a message to: Dear Jonathan, - since we have talked above about floating...
May 29th 08 01:15 AM
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[fitsbits] CRPIX clarifcation by Jonathan McDowell
Bill - good idea, but shouldn't the last sentence be: Note that the reference point may lie outside the image and that the CENTER OF THE first...
May 27th 08 07:42 PM
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[fitsbits] IAU FWG approval of the new FITS Standard by William Pence[_2_]
Dear Colleagues, I am pleased to announce that the IAU FITS Working Group has unanimously approved the draft 3.0 version of the FITS Standard as the new...
May 27th 08 06:25 PM
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[fitsbits] Interpretation of repeat count in binary tables by William Pence[_2_]
Paddy Leahy wrote: On Mon, 31 Mar 2008, William Pence wrote: In the example you cite below, the binary table contains 12288 rows of data, and each row...
April 1st 08 05:06 PM
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[fitsbits] Interpretation of repeat count in binary tables by Paddy Leahy
Dear Bill, Thanks for the explanation... follow-up questions below: On Mon, 31 Mar 2008, William Pence wrote: Paddy, In the example you cite below,...
April 1st 08 09:33 AM
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[fitsbits] Interpretation of repeat count in binary tables by William Pence[_2_]
Paddy, In the example you cite below, the binary table contains 12288 rows of data, and each row contains 3 vectors, containing 1024 single precision...
April 1st 08 04:02 AM
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[fitsbits] Interpretation of repeat count in binary tables by Paddy Leahy
Is the repeat count in TFORM descriptors provided purely for efficiency reasons, or does it have some implications for the logical structure of the data?...
March 30th 08 05:39 PM
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