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[[Image:PlotWX.png|200px|thumb|right|plotWX weather table figure]]
  
 
Download script: [[File:Script_plotWX.py]]
 
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myTau = plotwx('myVis.ms')
 
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[[Image:PlotWX.png|200px|thumb|right|plotWX weather table figure]]
 
  
 
== Importing, plotting, and applying online flags ==
 
== Importing, plotting, and applying online flags ==
  
 
Download script: [[File:Readflags.py]]
 
Download script: [[File:Readflags.py]]

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Overview

This is a collection of Python scripts to help process and analyze EVLA data. Although they are not officially supported, some authors may choose to provide contact information. A brief description on how to run each script is provided by the author. If you would like to contribute, and do not have access to the CASA Guides Wiki, you may email Miriam Krauss (mkrauss at nrao.edu).

Plotting the weather table, obtaining observation-specific opacity information

plotWX weather table figure

Download script: File:Script plotWX.py

This script will plot weather table information in the MS (see example below) as well as return a list of estimated zenith opacity values for each spectral window.

# In CASA
from script_plotWX import *
myTau = plotwx('myVis.ms')

Importing, plotting, and applying online flags

Download script: File:Readflags.py