AStute Installation Notes

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=== Examples ===
  
Using AStute is still a running target. In its full glory you current need CASA, MIRIAD, NEMO and another independent python with astropy and a few other mostly common friends installed.  Check out the README files in astute/data, and the CHANGES file in astute for relevant information.
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Using AStute is still a running target. In its full glory you currently need CASA, MIRIAD, NEMO and another independent python with astropy and a few other mostly common friends installed.  Check out the README files in astute/data, and the CHANGES file in astute for relevant information.

Revision as of 14:41, 23 July 2013

The notes should mirror closely those of the MIS and EGN Scripts, after which some of the code has been modeled. You will need a CVS account (or use anonymous), much like MIRIAD and NEMO, which you will both need to have installed, as well as CASA.


  cvs -d :pserver:$USER@cvs.astro.umd.edu:/home/cvsroot checkout astute
  cd astute
  ./configure
  source astute_start.csh

This will define the $ASTUTE environment variable, and embedded the tas (the mis clone) pipeline commands, via the $TAS environment variable.

The command

  astute

will remind you which packages you have installed. At the current stage, you will need CASA, MIRIAD and NEMO.

Examples

Using AStute is still a running target. In its full glory you currently need CASA, MIRIAD, NEMO and another independent python with astropy and a few other mostly common friends installed. Check out the README files in astute/data, and the CHANGES file in astute for relevant information.

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