kmo_noise_map(7) Generate a noise map from a raw frame


esorex kmo_noise_map [OPTIONS] FILE.sof


The noise in each pixel of the input data is estimated using gain and readnoise.

The readnoise is expected to be in the primary header (ESO DET CHIP RON), the gain (ESO DET CHIP GAIN) has to be in each of the subsequent headers of each detector frame. The output is the initial noise map of the data frame.

  Input files:

   DO                    KMOS                                                  
   category              Type   Explanation                    Required #Frames
   --------              -----  -----------                    -------- -------
   <none or any>         RAW    raw data frame                     Y       1   

  Output files:

   DO                    KMOS
   category              Type   Explanation
   --------              -----  -----------
   NOISE_MAP             F2D    Initial noise map
                                (6 Extensions, 3 data and 3 noise)


Note that it is possible to create a configuration file containing these options, along with suitable default values. Please refer to the details provided by the 'esorex --help' command.


kmo_noise_map 1.3.19


Alex Agudo Berbel <[email protected]>


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