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From: YILMAZEDU@GMAIL.COM
Subject: SASv18.0
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Date: Wed, 18 Dec 2019 22:15:05 +0100
From: YILMAZEDU@GMAIL.COM
To: xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int
Subject: SASv18.0
Full_Name: David Ecco
Submission from: (NULL) (193.147.152.102)


I'm using Mac OS Catalina (OS X 10.15.2) and I have downloaded and installed SAS
on my local machine. I have run setsas.sh for INITIALIZATION since I am a bash
user and the script gave me the following line to set the env variable: 

SAS_DIR = /Users/david/software/sas_18.0.0-Darwin-16.7.0-64/xmmsas_20190531_1155

SAS_PATH = /Users/david/software/sas_18.0.0-Darwin-16.7.0-64/xmmsas_20190531_1155

In my bash_profile, do I have to export them and source sas as follows?

SAS_DIR=/Users/david/software/sas_18.0.0-Darwin-16.7.0-64/xmmsas_20190531_1155

SAS_PATH=/Users/david/software/sas_18.0.0-Darwin-16.7.0-64/xmmsas_20190531_1155

export SAS_DIR SAS_PATH

alias sas="source /Users/david/software/sas_18.0.0-Darwin-16.7.0-64/xmmsas_20190531_1155/setsas.sh"

In addition, I am not sure exactly how should I define SAS_CCFPATH, SAS_CCF and
SAS_ODF

I did not understand the part "These must be defined specifically to work with
the XMM-Newton data that you want to analyze with the SAS"

So for each XMM-NEWTON data set these things must be defined and updated each
time?

could you provide an example, please?

Thank you



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From: Jacobo Ebrero <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
To: YILMAZEDU@GMAIL.COM
Subject: Re: SASv18.0 (PR#85993)
Date: Thu Dec 19 11:58:35 2019
Dear David,

For the first part, yes, if you are a bash user you have to set the
environmental variables using export.

For the second part, those variables are specific for every observation you are
analyzing. You may find helpful the step-by-step initialization procedure
described here:

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

Best regards,
Jacobo

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Dr. Jacobo Ebrero
XMM-Newton SOC
Community Support and Scientific Planning Team

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