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Subject: Reading Regions in a Different WCS Format
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Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2019 14:58:56 +0100
From: hashimh@hotmail.co.uk
To: xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int
Subject: Reading Regions in a Different WCS Format
Full_Name: Hashim Hussain
Submission from: (NULL) (193.147.152.102)


evselect table=/home/name/Documents/XMMData/0801930901-20191025T133531Z-001/0801930901/moving_target_pps/FILTERED.ds:EVENTS
filteredset=FILTERED_EPN20170716200011.ds withfilteredset=yes
keepfilteroutput=yes flagcolumn=EVFLAG flagbit=-1 destruct=yes dssblock=''
expression='(FLAG==0)&&(PATTERN<=4)&&(TIME in
[616622471.9619907:616645786.9678966])&&(((X,Y) IN
circle(12:57:12.2753,-4:45:50.291,14.839")))' filtertype=expression cleandss=no
updateexposure=yes filterexposure=yes writedss=yes blockstocopy=''
attributestocopy='' energycolumn=PHA zcolumn=WEIGHT zerrorcolumn=EWEIGHT
withzerrorcolumn=no withzcolumn=no ignorelegallimits=no
imageset=IMAGE_EPN20170716200011.ds xcolumn=X ycolumn=Y ximagebinsize=93
yimagebinsize=93 squarepixels=yes ximagesize=600 yimagesize=600
imagebinning=imageSize ximagemin=1 ximagemax=640 withxranges=no yimagemin=1
yimagemax=640 withyranges=no imagedatatype=Real64 withimagedatatype=no
raimagecenter=0 decimagecenter=0 withcelestialcenter=no withimageset=no
spectrumset=spectrum.fits spectralbinsize=5 specchannelmin=0
specchannelmax=11999 withspecranges=no nonStandardSpec=no withspectrumset=no
rateset=rate.fits timecolumn=TIME timebinsize=1 timemin=0 timemax=1000
withtimeranges=no maketimecolumn=no makeratecolumn=no withrateset=no
histogramset=histo.fits histogramcolumn=TIME histogrambinsize=1 histogrammin=0
histogrammax=1000 withhistoranges=no withhistogramset=no  -w 1 -V 4


Hello,

The code above keeps on erroring, when run in the command line, due to the bit
of code found in the chunk above:
... &&(((X,Y) IN circle(12:57:12.2753,-4:45:50.291,14.839"))) ...

I am trying to save a filtered table with certain conditions. My coordinates for
the particular region are in fk5 format instead of the physical coordinates
format and hence are not being read. I can either get the code to read the
coordinates in the fk5 format or I can convert the coordinates into the physical
coordinates format. The former would be preferred, although I do not know how to
do either. Would you be able to advice me / solve this issue for me?

Thank you,
Hashim


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From: Ignacio de la Calle <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
To: hashimh@hotmail.co.uk
Subject: Re: Reading Regions in a Different WCS Format (PR#85868)
Date: Thu Nov 21 16:34:16 2019
Dear Hashim Hussain,

There are several things you can do.

1. Open the even file with xmmselect and create an image in X, Y. You can then 
work out the region you want to use.

2. Use the SAS task ecoordconv 

https://xmm-tools.cosmos.esa.int/external/sas/current/doc/ecoordconv/index.html

3. You can use the SAS task eregionanalyse, which in turn will also optimize 
the centroid of the source for which you want to extract the products from.

https://xmm-tools.cosmos.esa.int/external/sas/current/doc/eregionanalyse/index.html

You can also find information in the threads at,

   https://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/xmm-newton/sas-threads

There you have guidelines on how to extract images, spectra, ......

Regards,

Ignacio de la Calle
XMM-Newton SOC

> Submission from: (NULL) (193.147.152.102)
> 
> 
> evselect table=/home/name/Documents/XMMData/0801930901-20191025T133531Z-001/0801930901/moving_target_pps/FILTERED.ds:EVENTS
> filteredset=FILTERED_EPN20170716200011.ds withfilteredset=yes
> keepfilteroutput=yes flagcolumn=EVFLAG flagbit=-1 destruct=yes dssblock=''
> expression='(FLAG==0)&&(PATTERN<=4)&&(TIME in
> [616622471.9619907:616645786.9678966])&&(((X,Y) IN
> circle(12:57:12.2753,-4:45:50.291,14.839")))' filtertype=expression
cleandss=no
> updateexposure=yes filterexposure=yes writedss=yes blockstocopy=''
> attributestocopy='' energycolumn=PHA zcolumn=WEIGHT zerrorcolumn=EWEIGHT
> withzerrorcolumn=no withzcolumn=no ignorelegallimits=no
> imageset=IMAGE_EPN20170716200011.ds xcolumn=X ycolumn=Y ximagebinsize=93
> yimagebinsize=93 squarepixels=yes ximagesize=600 yimagesize=600
> imagebinning=imageSize ximagemin=1 ximagemax=640 withxranges=no
yimagemin=1
> yimagemax=640 withyranges=no imagedatatype=Real64 withimagedatatype=no
> raimagecenter=0 decimagecenter=0 withcelestialcenter=no withimageset=no
> spectrumset=spectrum.fits spectralbinsize=5 specchannelmin=0
> specchannelmax=11999 withspecranges=no nonStandardSpec=no
withspectrumset=no
> rateset=rate.fits timecolumn=TIME timebinsize=1 timemin=0 timemax=1000
> withtimeranges=no maketimecolumn=no makeratecolumn=no withrateset=no
> histogramset=histo.fits histogramcolumn=TIME histogrambinsize=1
histogrammin=0
> histogrammax=1000 withhistoranges=no withhistogramset=no  -w 1 -V 4
> 
> 
> Hello,
> 
> The code above keeps on erroring, when run in the command line, due to the
bit
> of code found in the chunk above:
> ... &&(((X,Y) IN circle(12:57:12.2753,-4:45:50.291,14.839"))) ...
> 
> I am trying to save a filtered table with certain conditions. My
coordinates
for
> the particular region are in fk5 format instead of the physical
coordinates
> format and hence are not being read. I can either get the code to read the
> coordinates in the fk5 format or I can convert the coordinates into the
physical
> coordinates format. The former would be preferred, although I do not know
how
to
> do either. Would you be able to advice me / solve this issue for me?
> 
> Thank you,
> Hashim
> 
> 


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From: Hashim Hussain <hashimh@hotmail.co.uk>
To: Ignacio de la Calle <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
Subject: Re: Reading Regions in a Different WCS Format (PR#85868)
Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2019 10:08:42 +0000
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Hi Ignacio,

Also would you be able to tell me how to import a pre-saved region file (.t=
xt. format), through the use of code only, as a part of a condition to crea=
te a filtered table.

Regards,
Hashim

________________________________
From: Hashim Hussain <hashimh@hotmail.co.uk>
Sent: 22 November 2019 10:02
To: Ignacio de la Calle <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
Subject: Re: Reading Regions in a Different WCS Format (PR#85868)

Dear Ignacio,

Thank you very much for your reply.

I wanted to loop a command, so I don't think I can choose option 1 and I ha=
ve been told by my supervisor not to use the ergonanalyse command, which le=
aves option 2.

Would you be able to give me an example using the ecoordconv using this lin=
e of command:

ecoordconv imageset=3Dpnimagexy.ds x=3D27000 y=3D26900 coordtype=3DPOS

where the RA and DEC are inputted instead to give out the x and y.

Regards,
Hashim Hussain

________________________________
From: Ignacio de la Calle <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
Sent: 21 November 2019 15:34
To: hashimh@hotmail.co.uk <hashimh@hotmail.co.uk>
Subject: Re: Reading Regions in a Different WCS Format (PR#85868)

Dear Hashim Hussain,

There are several things you can do.

1. Open the even file with xmmselect and create an image in X, Y. You can t=
hen
work out the region you want to use.

2. Use the SAS task ecoordconv

https://xmm-tools.cosmos.esa.int/external/sas/current/doc/ecoordconv/index.=
html

3. You can use the SAS task eregionanalyse, which in turn will also optimiz=
e
the centroid of the source for which you want to extract the products from.

https://xmm-tools.cosmos.esa.int/external/sas/current/doc/eregionanalyse/in=
dex.html

You can also find information in the threads at,

   https://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/xmm-newton/sas-threads

There you have guidelines on how to extract images, spectra, ......

Regards,

Ignacio de la Calle
XMM-Newton SOC

> Submission from: (NULL) (193.147.152.102)
>
>
> evselect table=3D/home/name/Documents/XMMData/0801930901-20191025T133531Z=
-001/0801930901/moving_target_pps/FILTERED.ds:EVENTS
> filteredset=3DFILTERED_EPN20170716200011.ds withfilteredset=3Dyes
> keepfilteroutput=3Dyes flagcolumn=3DEVFLAG flagbit=3D-1 destruct=3Dyes ds=
sblock=3D''
> expression=3D'(FLAG=3D=3D0)&&(PATTERN<=3D4)&&(TIME in
> [616622471.9619907:616645786.9678966])&&(((X,Y) IN
> circle(12:57:12.2753,-4:45:50.291,14.839")))' filtertype=3Dexpression
cleandss=3Dno
> updateexposure=3Dyes filterexposure=3Dyes writedss=3Dyes blockstocopy=3D'=
'
> attributestocopy=3D'' energycolumn=3DPHA zcolumn=3DWEIGHT zerrorcolumn=3D=
EWEIGHT
> withzerrorcolumn=3Dno withzcolumn=3Dno ignorelegallimits=3Dno
> imageset=3DIMAGE_EPN20170716200011.ds xcolumn=3DX ycolumn=3DY ximagebinsi=
ze=3D93
> yimagebinsize=3D93 squarepixels=3Dyes ximagesize=3D600 yimagesize=3D600
> imagebinning=3DimageSize ximagemin=3D1 ximagemax=3D640 withxranges=3Dno y=
imagemin=3D1
> yimagemax=3D640 withyranges=3Dno imagedatatype=3DReal64 withimagedatatype=
=3Dno
> raimagecenter=3D0 decimagecenter=3D0 withcelestialcenter=3Dno withimagese=
t=3Dno
> spectrumset=3Dspectrum.fits spectralbinsize=3D5 specchannelmin=3D0
> specchannelmax=3D11999 withspecranges=3Dno nonStandardSpec=3Dno withspect=
rumset=3Dno
> rateset=3Drate.fits timecolumn=3DTIME timebinsize=3D1 timemin=3D0 timemax=
=3D1000
> withtimeranges=3Dno maketimecolumn=3Dno makeratecolumn=3Dno withrateset=
=3Dno
> histogramset=3Dhisto.fits histogramcolumn=3DTIME histogrambinsize=3D1
histogrammin=3D0
> histogrammax=3D1000 withhistoranges=3Dno withhistogramset=3Dno  -w 1 -V 4
>
>
> Hello,
>
> The code above keeps on erroring, when run in the command line, due to th=
e
bit
> of code found in the chunk above:
> ... &&(((X,Y) IN circle(12:57:12.2753,-4:45:50.291,14.839"))) ...
>
> I am trying to save a filtered table with certain conditions. My coordina=
tes
for
> the particular region are in fk5 format instead of the physical coordinat=
es
> format and hence are not being read. I can either get the code to read th=
e
> coordinates in the fk5 format or I can convert the coordinates into the
physical
> coordinates format. The former would be preferred, although I do not know=
 how
to
> do either. Would you be able to advice me / solve this issue for me?
>
> Thank you,
> Hashim
>
>

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From: Hashim Hussain <hashimh@hotmail.co.uk>
To: Ignacio de la Calle <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
Subject: Re: Reading Regions in a Different WCS Format (PR#85868)
Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2019 10:02:46 +0000
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Dear Ignacio,

Thank you very much for your reply.

I wanted to loop a command, so I don't think I can choose option 1 and I ha=
ve been told by my supervisor not to use the ergonanalyse command, which le=
aves option 2.

Would you be able to give me an example using the ecoordconv using this lin=
e of command:

ecoordconv imageset=3Dpnimagexy.ds x=3D27000 y=3D26900 coordtype=3DPOS

where the RA and DEC are inputted instead to give out the x and y.

Regards,
Hashim Hussain

________________________________
From: Ignacio de la Calle <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
Sent: 21 November 2019 15:34
To: hashimh@hotmail.co.uk <hashimh@hotmail.co.uk>
Subject: Re: Reading Regions in a Different WCS Format (PR#85868)

Dear Hashim Hussain,

There are several things you can do.

1. Open the even file with xmmselect and create an image in X, Y. You can t=
hen
work out the region you want to use.

2. Use the SAS task ecoordconv

https://xmm-tools.cosmos.esa.int/external/sas/current/doc/ecoordconv/index.=
html

3. You can use the SAS task eregionanalyse, which in turn will also optimiz=
e
the centroid of the source for which you want to extract the products from.

https://xmm-tools.cosmos.esa.int/external/sas/current/doc/eregionanalyse/in=
dex.html

You can also find information in the threads at,

   https://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/xmm-newton/sas-threads

There you have guidelines on how to extract images, spectra, ......

Regards,

Ignacio de la Calle
XMM-Newton SOC

> Submission from: (NULL) (193.147.152.102)
>
>
> evselect table=3D/home/name/Documents/XMMData/0801930901-20191025T133531Z=
-001/0801930901/moving_target_pps/FILTERED.ds:EVENTS
> filteredset=3DFILTERED_EPN20170716200011.ds withfilteredset=3Dyes
> keepfilteroutput=3Dyes flagcolumn=3DEVFLAG flagbit=3D-1 destruct=3Dyes ds=
sblock=3D''
> expression=3D'(FLAG=3D=3D0)&&(PATTERN<=3D4)&&(TIME in
> [616622471.9619907:616645786.9678966])&&(((X,Y) IN
> circle(12:57:12.2753,-4:45:50.291,14.839")))' filtertype=3Dexpression
cleandss=3Dno
> updateexposure=3Dyes filterexposure=3Dyes writedss=3Dyes blockstocopy=3D'=
'
> attributestocopy=3D'' energycolumn=3DPHA zcolumn=3DWEIGHT zerrorcolumn=3D=
EWEIGHT
> withzerrorcolumn=3Dno withzcolumn=3Dno ignorelegallimits=3Dno
> imageset=3DIMAGE_EPN20170716200011.ds xcolumn=3DX ycolumn=3DY ximagebinsi=
ze=3D93
> yimagebinsize=3D93 squarepixels=3Dyes ximagesize=3D600 yimagesize=3D600
> imagebinning=3DimageSize ximagemin=3D1 ximagemax=3D640 withxranges=3Dno y=
imagemin=3D1
> yimagemax=3D640 withyranges=3Dno imagedatatype=3DReal64 withimagedatatype=
=3Dno
> raimagecenter=3D0 decimagecenter=3D0 withcelestialcenter=3Dno withimagese=
t=3Dno
> spectrumset=3Dspectrum.fits spectralbinsize=3D5 specchannelmin=3D0
> specchannelmax=3D11999 withspecranges=3Dno nonStandardSpec=3Dno withspect=
rumset=3Dno
> rateset=3Drate.fits timecolumn=3DTIME timebinsize=3D1 timemin=3D0 timemax=
=3D1000
> withtimeranges=3Dno maketimecolumn=3Dno makeratecolumn=3Dno withrateset=
=3Dno
> histogramset=3Dhisto.fits histogramcolumn=3DTIME histogrambinsize=3D1
histogrammin=3D0
> histogrammax=3D1000 withhistoranges=3Dno withhistogramset=3Dno  -w 1 -V 4
>
>
> Hello,
>
> The code above keeps on erroring, when run in the command line, due to th=
e
bit
> of code found in the chunk above:
> ... &&(((X,Y) IN circle(12:57:12.2753,-4:45:50.291,14.839"))) ...
>
> I am trying to save a filtered table with certain conditions. My coordina=
tes
for
> the particular region are in fk5 format instead of the physical coordinat=
es
> format and hence are not being read. I can either get the code to read th=
e
> coordinates in the fk5 format or I can convert the coordinates into the
physical
> coordinates format. The former would be preferred, although I do not know=
 how
to
> do either. Would you be able to advice me / solve this issue for me?
>
> Thank you,
> Hashim
>
>

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From: Ignacio de la Calle <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
To: hashimh@hotmail.co.uk
Subject: Re: Reading Regions in a Different WCS Format (PR#85868)
Date: Fri Nov 22 14:26:47 2019
Dear Hashim,

Please read the documentation I sent you. You have some examples at:

https://xmm-tools.cosmos.esa.int/external/sas/current/doc/ecoordconv/node8.html

selectlib contains information on how regions are defined:

http://xmm-tools.cosmos.esa.int/external/sas/current/doc/selectlib/

Regards,

Ignacio de la Calle
XMM-Newton SOC


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To: Ignacio de la Calle <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
Subject: Re: Reading Regions in a Different WCS Format (PR#85868)
Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2019 13:29:44 +0000
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Hi,

Thank Ignacio! I worked it out.

Regards,
Hashim

________________________________
From: Ignacio de la Calle <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
Sent: 22 November 2019 13:26
To: hashimh@hotmail.co.uk <hashimh@hotmail.co.uk>
Subject: Re: Reading Regions in a Different WCS Format (PR#85868)

Dear Hashim,

Please read the documentation I sent you. You have some examples at:

https://xmm-tools.cosmos.esa.int/external/sas/current/doc/ecoordconv/node8.=
html

selectlib contains information on how regions are defined:

http://xmm-tools.cosmos.esa.int/external/sas/current/doc/selectlib/

Regards,

Ignacio de la Calle
XMM-Newton SOC

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tion is prohibited. If you have received
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Hi,</div>
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Thank Ignacio! I worked it out.</div>
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<br>
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Regards,</div>
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Hashim</div>
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lt;xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int&gt;<br>
<b>Sent:</b> 22 November 2019 13:26<br>
<b>To:</b> hashimh@hotmail.co.uk
&lt;hashimh@hotmail.co.uk&gt;<br>
<b>Subject:</b> Re: Reading Regions in a Different WCS Format
(PR#85868)</f=
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<div class=3D"PlainText">Dear Hashim,<br>
<br>
Please read the documentation I sent you. You have some examples at:<br>
<br>
<a href=3D"https://xmm-tools.cosmos.esa.int/external/sas/current/doc/ecoord=
conv/node8.html">https://xmm-tools.cosmos.esa.int/external/sas/current/doc/=
ecoordconv/node8.html</a><br>
<br>
selectlib contains information on how regions are defined:<br>
<br>
<a href=3D"http://xmm-tools.cosmos.esa.int/external/sas/current/doc/selectl=
ib/">http://xmm-tools.cosmos.esa.int/external/sas/current/doc/selectlib/</a=
><br>
<br>
Regards,<br>
<br>
Ignacio de la Calle<br>
XMM-Newton SOC<br>
<br>
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