Trial 3D Flags

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Shaye

  • uvflag vis=$vis edge=2 flagval=flag
  • uvflag vis=$vis tsys=350. flagval=flag
  • uvflag vis=$vis select="ant(20)" flagval=flag
  • uvflag vis=$vis select="ant(10),time(20:40:00.0,21:00:00.0)" flagval=flag

Shaye Notes: Ant 10 and 16 gains high. Didn't seem flag worthy since the calibrated was fine. But Demerese will soon add below that they are totally flag worthy :)

Demerese

  • uvflag vis=$vis edge=2 flagval=flag
  • uvflag vis=$vis tsys=400. flagval=flag
  • uvflag vis=$vis select="ant(20)" flagval=flag #tsys
  • uvflag vis=$vis select="ant(10)" flagval=flag #gains
  • uvflag vis=$vis select="ant(13)(14),time(20:00,21:30)" flagval=flag #calamps
  • uvflag vis=$vis select="ant(16),time(20:00,23:15)" flagval=flag #gains
  • uvflag vis=$vis select="ant(16),time(0:15,6:00)" flagval=flag #gains

Demerese's Notes: I get gains of approx. 3 for Ant 10, and some as high as 2 for Ant 16. I've flagged anything over 1.5 in value. I'm not sure how reliable these data are at this point. However, the calibrated phases and amplitudes do look surprisingly good if you don't flag these antennas. So we need a tiebreaker... Lee?

FINAL

uvflag vis=$vis edge=3 flagval=flag

uvflag vis=$vis tsys=400. flagval=flag

uvflag vis=$vis select="ant(10)" flagval=flag

uvflag vis=$vis select="ant(13)(14),time(20:00,21:23)" flagval=flag

uvflag vis=$vis select="ant(16)" flagval=flag

uvflag vis=$vis select="ant(20)" flagval=flag

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