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ANALYSE\TABLE Filename [OLD|NEW] [/MATH Expression] [/RANGE rmin
rmax unit] [/RESAMPLE Nc Ref Val Inc Unit [Shape] [Width]] [/FFT] [/FRE-
QUENCY name rest-freq] [/NOCHECK [SOURCE|POSITION|LINE|SPECTROSCOPY]]
Build a GILDAS table from current index entries. No gridding is done.
This table may be then regridded on a Regular Grid to build a datacube
for further use in GREG.
OLD Append to table 'filename'
NEW Create a new table
Compute a mathematic expression instead of storing a spectrum. See
subtopic FUNCTIONS for a list of available functions.
By default, the whole X axis is stored in the GILDAS table. A range
can be imposed, in which case the unit must be specified.
By default, the spectra are resampled, on-the-fly while building the
TABLE, on the first spectrum X axis. This option allows to enforce
that resampling is done on the given X axis. See HELP RESAMPLE for
possible uses and caveats.
To specify that resampling is done in time domain.
To change the line name and/or the rest frequency.
By default, the consistency of the index is checked against SOURCE,
POSITION, LINE and SPECTROSCOPY parameters (see LAS\CONSISTENCY) be-
fore building the table. If the SPECTROSCOPY section appears incon-
sistent, the spectra are resampled on-the-fly on the first spectrum
X axis. Other sources of inconsistency are not recoverable and the
table is not built. This option without keyword allows to disable
all consistency checks. With keyword(s), disable the corresponding
1. /MATH, /RANGE and /RESAMPLE are exclusive
2. Continuum data not supported