bases. Options are available to time average data and to plot different triples on separate sub-plots on each page.
type,nchan,start,width,stepHere "type" can be one of: channel, wide or velocity If you select more than one channel, they will all appear on the plot. If you want to average channels together, then use WIDTH appropriately. Default is channel,1,1,1,1
xx, yy, xy, yx, i, q, u, v, rr, ll, rl, lrDefault is all polarizations or Stokes parameters present
time [DD HH MM SS.S format] dtime [decimal days format]Values for the y-axis chosen from:
phase [degrees] amplitude [natural units]
If axis = time [dd,hh,mm,ss.s; 8 values] If axis = dtime [decimal days; 2 values]Default is to self-scale (see also OPTIONS=XIND).
If axis = phase [degrees; 2 values] If axis = amplitude [natural units; 2 values]Default is to self-scale (see also OPTIONS=YIND).
nocal Don't apply the gain corrections nopol Don't apply the polarization leakage corrections nopass Don't apply the bandpass corrections
notrip Plot all triples on the same plot, otherwise each triple is plotted on a separate sub-plot.
avall If you are averaging in time, then average all triples selected on each sub-plot together. E.g. all selected polarizations, and, if OPTIONS=NOTRIP, all triples as well. unwrap When plotting phase, try to unwrap it so that say, if one point is 179 deg and the next -179, they will be plotted as 179 and 181 deg. NOTE: Unwrapping noise can be VERY misleading.
all Use flagged and unflagged visibilties flagged Use only flagged visibilities The default is to use only unflagged (good) visibilities ALL overrides FLAGGED
xind If the x-axis is self-scaled, then unless OPTIONS=NOTRIP, setting XIND will cause each sub-plot to have the x-axis self-scaled independently. The default is that the x-range used is that which encompasses the ranges from all sub-plots. yind The equivalent for the y-axis
symbols Each file is plotted with a different plot symbol colours Each file is plotted with a different colour. Only works if plotting one polarization. dots If time averaging is invoked, plot the data with dots rather than filled in circles. These plot much faster on hardcopy devices.
log Write the numbers that are plotted into the log file. No attempt to separate baselines is made, except that automatically obtained by not setting OPTIONS=NOTRIP