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PRINT

        ANALYSE\PRINT [Arg] [/OUTPUT File] [/TABLE File]

    PRINT lists some observation parameters in a Greg compatible format.  It
    loops on all the observations in the current index (one line printed per
    observation). The kind of parameters to be printed is ruled by  the  op-
    tional argument Arg. Default is FIT.

      FIT       Results of profile fits in current method

        The  information  written is (1) the number of lines fitted, (2) the
        observation number,  (3,4)  the  offsets  in  current  angle  units,
        (5,6,...)  fit results of the current method in the same order as in
        DISPLAY command. For the Gauss Method, this order is: (5) Line Area,
        (6)  its incertainty (7) Position (8) incert. (9) Width (10) incert.
        (11) Intensity (12) Base RMS (13) Line RMS.

      AREA               Integrated area computed by BASE

        The information written is (1) the  observation  number,  (2,3)  the
        offsets in current angle units, (4,5) Area and rms noise.

      AREA List       Area in velocity ranges

        The  list in the same format as the FOR-NEXT loop, for example v1 v2
        v3, or v1 to v2 by 1. Area in velocity ranges v1 to v2 and v2 to v3,
        etc.  Up  to  19 ranges (20 values in list) may be listed at a time.
        The information written is (1) the  observation  number,  (2,3)  the
        offsets in current angle units, (4,5,...) the areas.

      CHANNEL List              List of channels

        The  list in the same format as the FOR-NEXT loop. Up to 20 channels
        at a time may be listed. The information written is (1) the observa-
        tion number, (2,3) the offsets in current angle units, (4,5,...) the
        channels value.

      MOMENT List       Moments of the observations

        The list in the same format as the FOR-NEXT loop, for example v1  v2
        v3  v4,  or  v1 to v4 by 1. The moments (area, mean velocity, width)
        are computed in the ranges [v1,v2] [v3,v4] etc... Up  to  10  ranges
        (20  values  in list) may be listed at a time. Current unit is used.
        The information written is (1) the  observation  number,  (2,3)  the
        offsets  in  current  angle  units,  (4,5,6)  area, position, width,
        (7,8,9) etc...

      POINTING           Pointing fit results

        Results of CONTINUUM method fit are printed in a format  adapted  to
        pointing constants measurements. See subtopic for details.

      FLUX               Flux measurements results

        Results of CONTINUUM method fits printed in a format adapted to flux
        measurements. The information written is (1,2) The  observation  and
        scan number, (3) a code for scan direction, (4,5) Azimuth and Eleva-
        tion in degrees, (6) Time in hours, (7,8) Position and  error  along
        drift  direction,  (9)  the antenna number, (10,11) Width and error,
        (12,13) Intensity and rms noise, (14) Image gain ratio, (15,16) Sig-
        nal and Image frequencies, (17) Source name, (18) Observing date.

    /OUTPUT File
      Write  the  results  in  a formatted file named File instead of on the
      screen. The file is suited for later processing by GreG, in particular
      for contour maps.

    /TABLE File
      Write  the  results  in a table named File. This table can also be ac-
      cessed by GreG, in a much faster (50 times) way than a formatted file.
      Tables  can  also  handle  many more columns than formatted files, and
      they are not limited in precision by the formatting. Mathematical  op-
      erations  can  be  done directly on the table columns. However the FIT
      results cannot be written to a table.


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