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_extra [INPUT ONLY] pass defined keywords to IBETA() description this is how CIAO/Sherpa's calc_ftest program works.
I just implemented it as a quick way to get at the same results in IDL.
function addrsp combine two response matrices to make a composite RSP and return a structure in the same format as RD_OGIP_RMF() steps through each row of an RMF and tacks on the array from a 2nd RMF, updating the N_GRP, N_CHAN, F_CHAN elements as appropriate. verbose [INPUT] controls chatter ea3 [JUNK] here just to prevent user error ea4 [JUNK] here just to prevent user error ea5 [JUNK] here just to prevent user error ea6 [JUNK] here just to prevent user error * if EA3, EA4, EA5, or EA6 are set, the program will complain and quit.
syntax rsp=addrsp(rm1,rm2,ea1=ea1,ea2=ea2,eps=eps,verbose=verbose) parameters rm1 [INPUT; required] response matrix structure as read in by RD_OGIP_RMF rm2 [INPUT; required] response matrix structure to be added to RM1 * RM1 and RM2 are expected to have the following fields: NNRG, ELO, EHI, NCHAN, EMN, EMX, N_GRP, F_CHAN, N_CHAN, MATRIX, FIRSTCHAN keywords ea1 [INPUT] if set to a scalar or size matches RM1. this is done to avoid the obvious user error of trying to specify EA3=EA3, etc. _extra [JUNK] here only to avoid crashing the program subroutines KILROY OGIPZIP history vinay kashyap (Nov2001) bug correction re max possible matrix elements when NGROUP procedure adjustie adjust the parameters to account for any ties among them, and return the corrected set syntax adjustie,a,ties=ties,vname=vname parameters a [I/O; required] parameters to be updated keywords ties [INPUT] string array describing how a parameter is tied to other parameters.
furthermore, if specified, the table priors are applied to _all_ SOFTSRC and HARDSRC post [INPUT] if set, suggests the values of (SOFTIDX, SOFTSCL) and (HARDIDX, HARDSCL) going forward, i.e., what you should set the priors to in your next calculation for the same source level [INPUT] percentage confidence level at which to report error (default = 68) details [INPUT] compute various ratios (true/false)?
(default = true) algo [INPUT] calculation method, GIBBS (default) or QUAD * if set to AUTO or AUTO=N, then uses GIBBS for any case where SRC 99, in which case GIBBS is set automatically - if N is not set, assumed to be 15 - N can be set to any integer less than 100 nsim [INPUT] number of draws if algo=gibbs (default=10000) nburnin [INPUT] number of burn-in draws if algo=gibbs (default=5000 or NSIM/2, whichever is smaller) nbins [INPUT] number of bins in integration if algo=quad (default=500) hpd [INPUT] if set, computes the highest posterior density interval, which also is the smallest interval that includes the mode. * if not a scalar, then the last element of array is used * see description below for how it is determined if not given.
IX) function chandra_status_bit filters a Chandra event file or status bit array on each status bit and reports how many events are flagged, and returns the indices of the filtered events syntax idx=chandra_status_bit(inp,filter,bitstr=bitstr,verbose=verbose) parameters inp [INPUT; required] the input from which the ststus bits are to be filtered * if byte array, must be of size (4, NPH), and this is the IDL read-in of a 32-bit string of 0s and 1s. * if a structure, there must be a field in it named .