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Plot variables and their indices

Some data selection widgets for plotting display more indices than needed for some of the plot variables in order to avoid recycling of the data selection widget if the variables change. In the following tables, an overview is presented over the indices applicable to the plot variables. They are organized by class, even though, strictly speaking, an OYSTER plot class refers only to a specific selection of variables listed in a plot selection widget. More precisely, the integration interval (if applicable) is the same for all variables for a table.

Also note that the IDL variables in italic font denote a derivation from this variable, i.e. the data is not exactly identical to the variable contents. Where the IDL variable field is left blank, the formula is more complicated and might involve more than one variable.


Table A.1: Plot variables (class point) and their indices
Plot variable IDL name inbeam outbeam triple channel baseline point
Time pointtime           pt
PointNo             pt
VisSq vissq   ob   ch bl pt
VisAmp visamp   ob   ch bl pt
VisPhase visphase   ob   ch bl pt
TripleAmp tripleamp     tr ch   pt
TriplePhase triplephase     tr ch   pt
PhotonRate photonrate   ob   ch   pt
FDLPath fdlpos ib         pt
FDLDelay fdlpos ib         pt
DelayJitter delayjitter   ob     bl pt
NATJitter natjitter ib         pt
GrpDelay grpdelay ib         pt
DryDelay drydelay ib         pt
WetDelay wetdelay ib         pt
VacDelay   ib         pt
MetroDelay metropos ib         pt


Table A.2: Plot variables (class bg) and their indices
Plot variable IDL name inbeam outbeam triple channel baseline point
Time bgscans.time           sc
ScanNo             sc
BGRate bgscans.rate   ob   ch   sc


Table A.3: Plot variables (class scan) and their indices
Plot variable IDL name inbeam outbeam triple channel baseline point
Time scans.time           sc
ScanNo             sc
VisSq scans.vissq   ob   ch bl sc
VisSq c scans.vissqc   ob   ch bl sc
VisSq/e scans.vissqe   ob   ch bl sc
VisSq c/e scans.vissqec   ob   ch bl sc
TripleAmp scans.tripleamp     tr ch   sc
TripleAmp c scans.tripleampc     tr ch   sc
TripleAmp/e scans.tripleampe     tr ch   sc
TripleAmp c/e scans.tripleampec     tr ch   sc
PhotonRate scans.photonrate   ob   ch   sc
NATCounts scans.natcounts ib         sc
BeamCounts scans.natcounts   ob       sc
SpecCounts scans.photonrate   ob       sc
BackgndRate scans.backgndrate   ob   ch   sc
FDLPath scans.fdlpos ib         sc
DelayJitter scans.delayjitter   ob     bl sc
TrackJitter scans.natjitter   ob     bl sc
FDLDelay scans.fdlpos ib         sc
GeoDelay scans.geodelay ib         sc
uv-radius scans.uvw   ob   ch bl sc
HourAngle scans.ha           sc
ZenithAngle scans.za           sc
MirrorAngle scans.ma           sc
U scans.uvw   ob   ch bl sc
V scans.uvw   ob   ch bl sc
W scans.uvw   ob   ch bl sc
FDL_O-C   ib         sc
Grp_O-C   ib         sc
Dry_O-C   ib         sc
Wet_O-C   ib         sc
VisSq m scans.vissqm   ob   ch bl sc
TripleAmp m scans.tripleampm     tr ch   sc
TriplePhase m scans.triplephasem     tr ch   sc
ModelDelay scans.modeldelay ib         sc
MetroDelay scans.metrodelay ib         sc


Table A.4: Plot variables (class metro) and their indices
Plot variable IDL name inbeam outbeam triple channel baseline point
MetroTime metrotime           pt
Par X parx ib         pt
Par Y pary ib         pt
Par Z parz ib         pt
MetroPath metropath ib         pt
MetroDelay metropath ib         pt


Table A.5: Miscellaneous plot variables and their indices
Plot variable IDL name inbeam outbeam triple channel baseline point
Wavelength genconfig.wavelength   ob   ch    
Channel         ch    
BLlength     ob     bl  
Baseline     ob     bl  
Triple       tr      


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Christian Hummel 2009-10-20