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duvall
 12/13/2016 12:42PM (Read 866 times)  
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Running iraf on linux.

Is there some way to get routines that use image interpolation to not use the missing values? I have an image that has some large negative numbers for missing.
jan2.fits[1024,1024][real]:

From the header.
BLANK = -2147483648
BZERO = 0.
BSCALE = 0.01

I tried the magnify task and it uses the missing values as valid numbers. My real problem is my own code that
uses the msi_ interpolation routines, but I thought if I could get it to work on, say, magnify, that this would be a start.

Do I somehow need to put Nan's into the bad values?

Thanks.
Tom

 
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valdes
 04/25/2017 10:47PM  
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Hello,

I was going through some old forum questions. No the IRAF interpolation code doesn't have anything to use masks. What I would suggest is you first replace the bad data. If you make a mask for the data you want to minimize the effect on you can then use fixpix to interpolate over the regions and that will make the interpolators much better behaved.

Frank Valdes

 
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