sinbad - Calculate Tsys*(on-off)/off* for autocorrelation data.
SINBAD is a MIRIAD task to calculate (ON-OFF)/OFF*TSYS for
autocorrelation data. The preceeding OFF and TSYS record
for each antenna is used. When flags on the OFF scans are bad,
the scan is now ignored as an OFF scan.
Flags on the ON scans are copied to the output file.
Only valid ON scans are copied to the output file.
Missing TSYS can be replaced via the tsys= keyword as a last
resort, or the spectral window based systemp() UV variable
that should be present in normal MIRIAD datasets.
For baseline subtraction, see: SINPOLY
For single dish mapping, see: VARMAPS
The name of the input autocorrelation data set.
Only one name must be given.
The normal uv selection commands. See the Users manual for details.
The default is to process all data.
The normal uv linetype in the form:
The default is all channels.
The output consists of spectral channels only.
The name of the output uv data set. No default.
Value for flat tsys spectrum if neither band average systemp
nor full spectrum is available.
Different computational output options (mainly for debugging).
Exclusively one of the following (minimum match):
'spectrum' Compute Tsys*(on-off/off). This is the default
'difference' Compute (on-off)
'ratio' Compute on/off
Allow some fraction of channels bad for accepting