Program: CONREM
Purpose: Removes continuum from channel maps by fitting a
polynomial to the continuum channels.
Category: ANALYSIS, COMBINATION
File: conrem.c
Author: K.G. Begeman
Keywords:
INSET= Set and subsets from which to subtract the continuum.
Maximum number of subsets is 2048.
FITSET= Set and subsets for which to fit the continuum.
Maximum number of subsets is 2048.
NPOLY= Degree of polynomial to be fitted [1].
Maximum degree is 5.
OUTSET= Set and subsets for the continuum subtracted data
[no continuum will be subtracted].
CONPOS= Coordinate for which to calculate continuum [No continuum
is calculated]. If the interpolated continuum is wanted,
enter here the coordinate for which it should be interpolated.
CONSET= Set and subset for the continuum. The interpolated continuum
is calculated for the coordinate entered at CONPOS=.
Description: A polynomial of degree NPOLY is fitted to the subsets
selected with FITSET for each grid position in the subset
separately. This fitted polynomial can then be subtracted
from the subsets selected with INSET and/or can be used
to calculate an interpolated continuum in CONSET at user
selected coordinate CONPOS. The program is especially
useful for removing the continuum from a series of line
maps.
Example: CONREM
CONREM Version 1.0 (Jul 30 1991)
CONREM INSET=NGC4214 3:58
Set NGC4214 has 3 axes
RA-NCP from -127 to 128
DEC-NCP from -127 to 128
FREQ-OHEL from 1 to 63
CONREM FITSET=NGC4214 3:16 42:58
Set NGC4214 has 3 axes
RA-NCP from -127 to 128
DEC-NCP from -127 to 128
FREQ-OHEL from 1 to 63
CONREM NPOLY=1
CONREM OUTSET=NGC4214_SUB
Set NGC4214_SUB has 3 axes
RA-NCP from -127 to 128
DEC-NCP from -127 to 128
FREQ-OHEL from 3 to 58
CONREM CONPOS=300 km/s
Continuum calculated at 300.000000 KM/S
CONREM CONSET=NGC4214_CON
Set NGC4214_CON has 3 axes
RA-NCP from -127 to 128
DEC-NCP from -127 to 128
FREQ-OHEL from 32 to 32
CONREM +++ FINISHED +++
Updates: May 13, 1990: KGB Document created.
Dec 11, 1991: KGB Cancel replace by reject.