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  • [[Category: CASA Basics]] == Starting CASA ==
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  • {{Using CASA Hints Tips Tricks}} [[Category: CASA Basics]]
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  • ...n 3.4. For older versions of CASA please see [[Simulating Observations in CASA 3.3]].''' The task '''simobserve''' can be used to simulate an observation in CASA. simobserve turns a model of the sky (2 to 4 dimensions including frequenc
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  • * [http://casa.nrao.edu/CasaViewerDemo/casaViewerDemo.html CASA viewer demonstration video]
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  • Simulation capability in CASA follows the usual two-layered structure: there is a beginner-level python < CASA simulation uses the [http://www.mrao.cam.ac.uk/~bn204/alma/atmomodel.html a
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  • An issue in CASA 4.2.1 and earlier has been discovered with the CASA This problem has existed for the history of CASA, it is very low down in
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  • [[Category: CASA Basics]] ...equivalent tasks between the two software packages. Below are some AIPS-to-CASA equivalent tasks; note that there is not always a one-to-one transformation
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  • * '''This CASA guide is designed for CASA 4.5.2''' This CASA guide will cover data calibration and advanced imaging. Topics in this guid
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  • #REDIRECT [[JVLA - Priori and Auto-Flagging in CASA]]
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  • * '''This CASA guide was designed for CASA 4.5.3''' https://casaguides.nrao.edu/index.php?title=VLA-CASA-Flagging-CASA4.5.3
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  • [[Category: CASA Basics]] A brief summary of the CASA package.
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  • [[CASA Contributed Tasks: Overview]] Learn How to use contributed CASA tasks [[Writing a CASA Task | How to write your own CASA task]]
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  • please see the [http://casa.nrao.edu/using.shtml "Using CASA"] section on the CASA homepage.
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  • {{Using CASA}} [[Category: CASA Basics]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[What is CASA?]]
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  • {{Using CASA Hints Tips Tricks}} [[Category: CASA Basics]]
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  • being added, so if you have changed versions of CASA, check Please contact CASA experts with any questions, especially
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  • Load these data into CASA. For convenience, store the name of the resulting measurement set into the ...is to scale the M51 data cube into a model cube appropriate for [[simdata CASA 3.1| simdata]]. First, we'll set up some globals to establish some file nam
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  • ...planetary disk from S. Wolf (If you use it for anything more than learning CASA, please cite [http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2005ApJ...619.1114W Wolf & D'An *Simdata version for CASA 3.1
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  • [[Category: Installation]][[Category: CASA Basics]] == Installing CASA ==
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  • ...ish telescopes. This wiki provides examples and hints for reducing data in CASA. </big> <h1>'''CASA News'''</h1>
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  • [[Category: CASA Basics]] == Starting CASA ==
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  • {{Using CASA Hints Tips Tricks}} [[Category: CASA Basics]]
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  • {{Using CASA Hints Tips Tricks}} [[Category: CASA Basics]]
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  • CASA's default is to use 90% of the memory available. This should be a good set ...r, if this does not suit your needs, you can set the amount of memory that CASA will use, either in absolute or relative units.
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  • Disclaimer: Due to continuous CASA software updates, GUI images may look different on more recent versions tha ...o store the VLA archive data and the CASA measurement sets before starting CASA. Linux-level commands are given assuming you are using bash as your default
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  • ...shown in each tutorial can be written to a single casapy script using the CASA Guides script extractor. The script extractor is described here. ...not Python. Special UNIX commands (such as 'ls' and 'less') supported by CASA but not by Python are commented out, and interactive pauses are inserted wh
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  • ...rial into an executable Python script. For instructions on extracting the CASA commands into a script, see [[Extracting_scripts_from_these_tutorials]]. # In CASA
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  • ...n 3.4. For older versions of CASA please see [[Simulating Observations in CASA 3.3]].''' The task '''simobserve''' can be used to simulate an observation in CASA. simobserve turns a model of the sky (2 to 4 dimensions including frequenc
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  • Back to [[Main Page | '''CASA guides''']] This webpage provides a basic description on how to use CASA to reduce data from the upper part of the new VLA low-band system, also kno
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  • == Stand-alone executable for CASA PlotMS. ==
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  • The ability to image ''flanking fields'' will be introduced in CASA v. 3.0.0. For the purposes of this tutorial, flanking fields are the locati ...r resolution. The positions of confusing sources can be read off using the CASA viewer. The second approach is to use the on-line [http://www.cv.nrao.edu/n
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  • ...commented out. This formatting allows them to be extracted with all other CASA commands in this tutorial by the automated script extractor, and you can un == Importing your data into a CASA MS==
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  • ...cript can easily be modified to work for other observatories recognized by CASA's 'measures' toolkit.
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  • ...ng steps describe how to use FITS format files to transfer CARMA data into CASA, and should still be useful even when the filler is operational. At that t ...his or any other CASAGuides page into a python script which you can run in CASA. However, the MIRIAD script commands will not be extracted, so you'll need
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  • Disclaimer: Due to continuous CASA software updates, GUI images may look different on more recent versions tha ...od idea to inspect your data carefully before calibration and imaging, and CASA offers several tools to flag bad data interactively. For loyal users of TVF
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  • Disclaimer: Due to continuous CASA software updates, GUI images may look different on more recent versions tha The data for this tutorial may be loaded into CASA using the {{importvla}} command. The following commands import the data int
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  • * [http://casa.nrao.edu/CasaViewerDemo/casaViewerDemo.html CASA viewer demonstration video]
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  • Simulation capability in CASA follows the usual two-layered structure: there is a beginner-level python < CASA simulation uses the [http://www.mrao.cam.ac.uk/~bn204/alma/atmomodel.html a
    7 KB (1,124 words) - 17:03, 16 March 2012
  • Disclaimer: Due to continuous CASA software updates, GUI images may look different on more recent versions tha ...annotated script provided in the [http://casa.nrao.edu/ref_cookbook.shtml CASA Cookbook]. The script is largely reproduced and additionally annotated with
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