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Model manipulation

readmodel,file$<$_char$>$

Read a model file.
calcmodel
Compute the model data for data sets with non-zero weight.
modelchisq()
Function. Return reduced $\chi^2$ of currently loaded data wrt model.
binarypos([epoch$<$_real$>$[, component$<$_char$>$]][,lambda=lambda][,com=com][,abs=abs])
Function. Return $\rho/\theta$ relative position for binary model at JD epoch. Use today if no epoch is specified, and use the top hierarchical component if no component is specified. If a component is specified, so must be the epoch. If com=1, compute relative to center of mass, not center of brightness. In the latter case, one can specify lambda (in meters) for the wavelength to use. If abs=1, return individual component positions instead of relative position. In that case, the component index is in the first dimension, $(\rho,\theta)$ are in the second.
modelk(component$<$_char$>$)
Function. Return velocity semi-amplitude for component. Examples: PRINT,MODELK('A'), PRINT,MODELK('AB').
modelpx(component$<$_char$>$)
Function. Return parallax derived from parameters of the specified component. Note that for systems higher than binaries, the results could be inconsistent, indicating an inconsistent set of model parameters.



Christian Hummel 2009-10-20