AIPS HELP file for SCANTIME in 31DEC22
As of Wed Mar 29 17:25:33 2023
SCANTIME: Procedure to return time range of a given scan.
INNAME Name of data file
INCLASS Class of data file
INSEQ 0.0 9999.0 Sequence number of data file
INDISK 0.0 15.0 Disk number of data file
Give the scan number as an immediate argument. For
SCANTIME is defined in the VLBAUTIL run file.
Use: SCANTIME returns the time range covered by a scan listed in an index
table as an 8-element array value having the same form as TIMERANG.
Type RUN VLBAUTIL before using ANTNUM for the first time
INNAME......The name of the data file. Wildcards allowed.
INCLASS.....The class of the data file. Wildcards allowed.
INSEQ.......The sequence number of the data file.
0 => highest
INDISK......The disk number of the disk that holds the data file
0 => any
SCANTIME: Procedure to look up scan time range.
Documentor: Chris Flatters
Related Programs: LISTR, VLBAUTIL
SCANTIME returns the timerange covered by a scan defined by an index table.
It may be used to set the TIMERANG adverb for a single scan given a scan
number as shown by LISTR with OPTYPE = 'SCAN' as in the following example.
TIMERANG = SCANTIME(5)
To have SCANTIME print the scan time range to the terminal type, for the
3rd scan as an example:
The starting time of the scan is rounded up to the nearest second and the
ending time of the scan is rounded down to the nearest second so that time
returned time range is wholly contained within the scan.
If the argument specifies a scan that is not in the index table then the
returned value is all zeros.