INNAME UV data (name). INCLASS UV data (class). INSEQ 0.0 9999.0 UV data (seq. #). 0 => high INDISK 0.0 9.0 Disk unit #. 0 => any INEXT 'TE' INVERS Input table file version no. SOURCES Source list QUAL -10.0 Source qualifier -1=>all TIMERANG Time range to plot ANTENNAS Antennas to plot 0=>all PIXRANGE Range to plot: 0 => self scale each antenna separately NPLOTS 0.0 28.0 Number of plots per page XINC 0.0 5000.0 Plot every XINC'th point OPTYPE Data to be plotted on Y axis 'TIME', 'HA', 'AZ', 'ZA', 'AZIO', 'ZAIO', 'DLON', 'DLAT', 'BX', 'BY', 'BZ', 'STEC', 'MAG', TEC','IFR', 'DISP', 'MULT' OPCODE Data to be plotted on X axis same choices as above APARM MULT only: types to plot on Y BPARM MULT only: corresponding minimum for each plot CPARM MULT only: corresponding maximum for each plot DO3COLOR -1.0 2.0 > 0 use 3-color symbols for source SYMBOL 0.0 24.0 Plot symbol number: 1 - 24 FACTOR -10.0 10.0 Scale plot symbols by FACTOR <0 => connect points too DOSCAN -1.0 2.0 = 1 -> plot full boundaries = 2 -> plot ticks at scans LTYPE -410.0 410.0 Type of labeling: 1 border, 2 no ticks, 3 - 6 standard, 7 - 10 only tick labels <0 -> no date/time DOTV -1.0 1.0 > 0 Do plot on the TV, else make a plot file GRCHAN 0.0 88.0 Main graphics channel + 10 * label graphics chan XYRATIO 0.0 X/Y ratio 0 -> fit TV or 1 PL

TEPLT Type: Task Use: Plots selected calibration data versus time from a specified SN, TY, PC or CL table. To examine SN or CL tables with a new reference antenna, run SNREF with DOKEEP=1 and then use TEPLT. NOTE: FILLM and FITLD used to fill VLA and VLBA (resp) data with CL tables having weight 0. These "data" (actually just (1,0) for (real,imag) gain) are "flagged" and that may be the reason for a failure to find any data to plot. Of course, you are wasting time looking at (1,0)'s. CL tables with interesting values in them will not be flagged in this way. Adverbs: INNAME.....UV file name (name). Standard defaults. INCLASS....UV file name (class). Standard defaults. INSEQ......UV file name (seq. #). 0 => highest. INDISK.....Disk unit #. 0 => any. INEXT......'SN','TY, 'PC', 'SY', or 'CL' table to be plotted INVERS.....Version number of table to plot, 0=>highest no. SOURCES....Source list. '*' = all; a "-" before a source name means all except ANY source named. QUAL.......Only sources with a source qualifier number in the SU table matching QUAL will be used if QUAL is not -1. TIMERANG...Time range of the data to be plotted. In order: Start day, hour, min. sec, end day, hour, min. sec. Days relative to reference date. If a start and stop time are given and the XAXIS is 1 (time), then all plots will be from the given start time to the given stop time. Otherwise, the X-axis is plotted over the range of X values found in the data. All plots in a given execution will be on the same X scale in any case. ANTENNAS...A list of the antennas to be plotted. All 0 => all. If any number is negative then all antennas listed are NOT to be plotted and all others are. NOTE: arrays such as the VLA and MeerKAT have essentially the same values for all antennas. It is better to select only one. PIXRANGE...If PIXR(1) < PIXR(2), all plots will be from PIXR(1) to PIXR(2). Otherwise each plot will be self-scaling. NPLOTS.....Number of antennas to plot per page (try >1 for MULT, 1 otherwise.). XINC.......Plot every XINC'th point, 0 => 1. OPTYPE.....Data to be plotted on Y axis: 1. 'TIME' = time in days 2. 'HA ' = source hour angle degrees 3. 'AZ ' = source azimuth degrees 4. 'EL ' = source elevation degrees 5. 'AZIO' = ionosphere pierce point azimuth degrees 6. 'ZAIO' = ionosphere pierce point zenith angle degrees 7. 'DLON' = ionosphere pierce point longitude offset degrees 8. 'DLAT' = ionosphere pierce point latitude offset degrees 9. 'BX ' = Earth magnetic field away from center Gauss 10. 'BY ' = Earth magnetic field East Gauss 11. 'BZ ' = Earth magnetic field North Gauss 12. 'STEC' = electrons per meter squared toward source / 10^16 ("slant TEC") 13. 'MAG ' = Magntic field in source direction Gauss 14. 'TEC ' = vertical electrons per meter squared / 10^16 15. 'IFR ' = Ionospheric Faraday rotation rad/m/m 16. 'DISP' = Dispersive delay seconds/m/m ' ' => 'IFR' 'MULT' => plot multiple types as listed in APARM using the type numbers given above. OPCODE.....Type of X axis plot - same codes as above except MULT ' ' => 'TIME' APARM......OPTYPE = 'MULT' only: Up to 10 types to be plotted. They are identified by the numbers given in the OPTYPE section. BPARM......Corresponding minima of each plotted type. Dispersive delay has units nano sec here. CPARM......Corresponding maxima of each plotted type. 0's => self-scale. DO3COLOR...<= 0 => use line type 4 for all points plotted. > 0 => tells TEPLT to separate the plotted points with color representing source. The list of source numbers actually occurring in the table, time range, source list, et al. is translated into consecutive integers (in the same order) and then assigned red through dark blue. Thus source numbers 1,2,5,10 become red, yellow, cyan, and blue, resp. no matter what order they appear in the table. SYMBOL.....Choices are 1: Plus sign 13: Star of David 2: Cross (X) 14: Seven-pointed star 3: Circle 15: Eight-pointed star 4: Box 16: Nine-pointed star 5: Triangle 17: Ten-pointed star 6: Diamond 18: 11-pointed star 7: Pentagon 19: 12-pointed star 8: Hexagon 20: 13-pointed star 9: Septagon 21: 14-pointed star 10: Octagon 22: Plus (+) with gap 11: Nine-gon 23: Cross (X) with gap 12: Five pointed star 24: Vertical line FACTOR.....Scale plot symbols by FACTOR 0 -> 1. If FACTOR < 0, draw lines between the points and use abs(FACTOR) to scale the points plotted. DOSCAN.....> 0 => plot scan boundaries when there is an NX table and the X axis is time. The boundary is a tick mark when DOSCAN=2 and a full line when DOSCAN=1. <= 0 -> do not plot boundaries. LTYPE......Labelling type, see HELP LTYPE for details: 1 = border, 2 = no ticks, 3 or 7 = standard, 4 or 8 = relative to ref. pixel, 5 or 9 = relative to subimage (BLC, TRC) center, 6 or 10 = pixels. 7-10 all labels other than tick numbers and axis type are omitted. Less than 0 is the same except that the plot file version number and create time are omitted. Add n * 100 to alter the metric scaling. DOTV.......> 0 => plot directly on the TV device, otherwise make a plot file for later display on one or more devices (including the TV if desired). GRCHAN.....Graphics channel (1 - 7) to use for line drawing. A value of 0 causes more than one graphics channel to be used. To specify a channel to be used for plot labels add 10 * that graphics channel number. If the label channel is zero, it is set to GRCHAN. Use this to make labels 1 color and plot multiple plots on top of each other using different GRCHANs. Note if one of the GRCHAN (lower digits) is to equal the label channel, then that must be the last of the overplots since the graphics channel is cleared before making the labels. Do not use the label channel if you plan to use TVCPS and specify the label channel there as well. Note that channels 5, 6, and 7 are usable for labels and are not useful for overplotting. XYRATIO....Scale the X axis longer than the Y by XYRATIO. If DOTV > 0, 0 -> fit to the TV window If DOTV <= 0, 0 -> 1.

TEPLT: Plots selected contents of the TE table, the TECOR parameters The TE table contains 15 columns 1. TIME, double precision in days 2. SOURCE, integer source number 3. ANTENNA, integer antenna number 4. HOUR ANGLE, real hour angle of source in degrees 5. AZIMUTH, real azimuth of source in degrees 6. ELEVATION, real elevation of source in degrees 7 AZION, real azimuth of ionosphere pierce point in degrees 8. ZAION, real zenith angle of ionosphere pierce point in degrees 9. DLON, real offset in longitude of ionosphere pierce point in degrees 10. DLAT, real offset in latitude of ionosphere pierce point in degrees 11. BFIELD, real x,y,z coordinates of B field at pierce point in Gauss 12. TEPATH, total electron content in direction of source in 10^16 electrons per square meter 13. PROJECTED B, the magnetic field projected in direction of source in Gauss 14. TOTAL TEC, real total electron content on a vertical in 10^16 electrons per square meter 15. IFR, real ionospheric rotation measure in radians per meter squared TEPATH = TEC / COS (ZAION) MAG = -1.0 * (B(1) * COS (ZAION) * + B(2) * SIN (ZAION) * SIN (AZION) * + B(3) * SIN (ZAION) * COS (AZION)) IFR = 2.6E-17 * MAG * TEPATH