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From: mizumoto@astro.isas.jaxa.jp
Subject: rgslccorr with a certain energy band
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Date: Wed, 28 Oct 2015 02:27:46 GMT
From: mizumoto@astro.isas.jaxa.jp
To: xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int
CC: mizumoto@astro.isas.jaxa.jp
Subject: rgslccorr with a certain energy band
Full_Name: Misaki Mizumoto
Submission from: (NULL) (133.56.195.32)


Hi,

I wanna extract a light curve of RGS data with rgslccorr.

I wanna get a combined RGS1 and RGS2, 1st order, 1000s binned exposure-corrected
and background-subtracted light curve with an energy band of, for example
0.5keV<E<0.6keV.

I can extract the light curve with the whole energy band with rgslccorr as
follows:
> rgslccorr evlist="r1_evt1.fits r2_evt2.fits" srclist="(RGS1_SPCLI_file)
(RGS2_SPCLI_file)" timebinsize=1000 orders=1 withbkgsubtraction=yes
, but I have no idea how to designate the energy band I wanna use.

Please tell me how to do it.

Misaki


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From: Rosario Gonzalez Riestra <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
To: mizumoto@astro.isas.jaxa.jp
Subject: Re: rgslccorr with a certain energy band (PR#77679)
Date: Wed Oct 28 08:57:10 2015
Dear Misaki Mizumoto,

You can compute the light curve in an energy range using additional parameters
in the call to rgslccorr. For instance, to compute the light curve in the energy
range 0.5-0.6 keV, use:

rgslccorr evlist="r1_evt1.fits r2_evt1.fits" \
srclist="RGS1_SPCLI_file RGS2_SPCLI_file" \
timebinsize=1000 orders=1 withbkgsubtraction=yes \
withfiltering=yes filtering=energy \
energymin=500 energymax=600 

NOTE that the energy must be entered in eV.

You can also select a wavelength range or several CCDs. For the full list of
parameters of 'rgslccorr' please refer to:

http://xmm.esac.esa.int/sas/current/doc/rgslccorr/node4.html


Regards

Rosario Gonzalez-Riestra
XMM-SOC User Support Group

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