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Basic Information on uvcover
Purpose: Display uv coverage
Categories: uv analysis
UVCOVER displays UV coverage. Although the W coordinate is read
(if present) it is not plotted. The program UVPLOT with keyword
'axis=uv,vc' does exactly the same as UVCOVER, but allows more
selection *and* does not plot flagged data. Hence this
program is deprecated.
This is the normal keyword for an input visibility dataset. There
is generally no default input name. Some tasks allow multiple input
datasets (with wildcards supported, such as an asterisk). Other tasks
can handle only a single dataset at a time.
This keyword is used to specify the plotting device. It uses
the normal PGPLOT format of
Usually there exists a default file name or device name.
The part after the slash gives the plotter type. Examples of the
xs X-windows output. This window is resizeable and
persistent. Prepending a number allows you to use multiple
windows, e.g. 1/xs, 2/xs etc.
xd X-windows output. A transient window that disappears
when your task exists.
ps Postscript (landscape mode).
vps Postscript (portrait mode).
cps Color postscript (landscape mode).
gif gif files. Only supported with g77, not gfortran.
vcps Color postscript (portrait mode).
tek Tektronix 4010 or equivalent.
xterm Xterm window (better for simple plots over slow X links).
A `?' as device name generates a complete list of the recognized
types (which will most likely vary from system to system).
Files created for hardcopy devices must be spooled to the printer
separately. The command needed for this is site and device specific.