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How to convert text file to fits file

Hi,
    I am having text file with two columns one is wavelength and
intensity, I need to convert this to fits file, please help me out in
this regard
regards
sid
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4/22/2010 11:21:30 AM
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On Apr 22, 7:21=A0am, sid <gunvicsi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> =A0 =A0 I am having text file with two columns one is wavelength and
> intensity, I need to convert this to fits file, please help me out in
> this regard
> regards

A general outline.

First, get the IDL Astronomy Library if you don't already have it.

Next, read your data into IDL variables.  It's pretty easy to do
something like,
OPENR, 50, 'myfile.dat'
DD =3D replicate({wavelength: 0d, intensity: 0d}, 100) ;; example;
assumes 100 data points
READF, 50, dd  ;; Read data into a structure
CLOSE, 50

Finally, write to a FITS binary table.  The easiest routine to start
with is MWRFITS.
MWRFITS, dd, 'myfile.fits'

Of course there are endless variations on data and FITS files, but
this should get you started.  I just did a practice file, and all
these steps worked.

Good luck,
Craig
0
Craig
4/22/2010 8:11:45 PM
Craig Markwardt writes:

> Of course there are endless variations on data and FITS files, but
> this should get you started.  I just did a practice file, and all
> these steps worked.

Craig, it is wonderful to see you back on the IDL newsgroup
so frequently, answering all manner of questions. Is this
part of a work-release program or what? ;-)

Cheers,

David



-- 
David Fanning, Ph.D.
Fanning Software Consulting, Inc.
Coyote's Guide to IDL Programming: http://www.dfanning.com/
Sepore ma de ni thue. ("Perhaps thos speakest truth.")
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David
4/22/2010 8:19:42 PM
On Apr 22, 4:19=A0pm, David Fanning <n...@dfanning.com> wrote:
> Craig Markwardt writes:
> > Of course there are endless variations on data and FITS files, but
> > this should get you started. =A0I just did a practice file, and all
> > these steps worked.
>
> Craig, it is wonderful to see you back on the IDL newsgroup
> so frequently, answering all manner of questions. Is this
> part of a work-release program or what? ;-)

Haha, thanks.  They let me out on weekends :-)

More seriously, I have a slightly better way of reading Usenet (using
Google Reader), so I'm more likely to read and then answer.

Good to see you're still here fighting the good fight!

Craig

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Craig
4/22/2010 11:32:09 PM
On Apr 23, 4:32=A0am, Craig Markwardt <craig.markwa...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Apr 22, 4:19=A0pm, David Fanning <n...@dfanning.com> wrote:
>
> > Craig Markwardt writes:
> > > Of course there are endless variations on data and FITS files, but
> > > this should get you started. =A0I just did a practice file, and all
> > > these steps worked.
>
> > Craig, it is wonderful to see you back on the IDL newsgroup
> > so frequently, answering all manner of questions. Is this
> > part of a work-release program or what? ;-)
>
> Haha, thanks. =A0They let me out on weekends :-)
>
> More seriously, I have a slightly better way of reading Usenet (using
> Google Reader), so I'm more likely to read and then answer.
>
> Good to see you're still here fighting the good fight!
>
> Craig

Thank you craig, it works
0
sid
4/27/2010 5:18:30 AM
sid wrote:
> Hi,
>      I am having text file with two columns one is wavelength and
> intensity, I need to convert this to fits file, please help me out in
> this regard
> regards
> sid

Hello sid,

David Fanning has a great tutorial on his site explaining how to read 
ASCII data files: http://www.dfanning.com/tips/ascii_column_data.html
(Make sure to check out the rest of his site, it's a great IDL source)

After you have your data as an array or structure, you can use a 
procedure like MWRFITS or WRITEFITS to save your data as a FITS file. 
Information on reading and writing FITS files using the IDL Astronomy 
Library is available here: http://idlastro.gsfc.nasa.gov/fitsio.html

Hope this helps,
~ Aram Panasenco
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Aram
4/27/2010 6:09:07 AM
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Convertizo 2 - Convert Units and Currency in Style on the App Store on iTunes
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Coca-Cola made packaging that converts into a free Google Cardboard-style VR viewer [Video]
... if the above experiment turns into reality. The project envisions packaging for a 12-pack of Cokes and other products that is easily converted ...

Coca-Cola made packaging that converts into a free Google Cardboard-style VR viewer for iPhone
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Historically, I've had a begrudging respect for Samsung flagships. I can objectively acknowledge the company makes very good, extremely popular ...

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