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ANALYSE\TABLE Filename [OLD|NEW] [/MATH Expression1 ... ExpressionN]
[/RANGE rmin rmax unit] [/RESAMPLE Nc Ref Val Inc Unit [Shape] [Width]]
[/FFT] [/LIKE GDFFile] [/FREQUENCY name rest-freq] [/WEIGHT TIME|SIG-
MA|EQUAL] [/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 one or more mathematical expressions instead of storing a
spectrum. See subtopic /MATH for details.
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.
Same as /RESAMPLE, except that the X axis is guessed from a refer-
ence GDF file (can be a cube or a UV table).
To specify that resampling is done in time domain.
To change the line name and/or the rest frequency.
Specify which weight is to be saved in the dedicated column in the
output table. Default is ruled by SET WEIGHT.
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, /RESAMPLE and /LIKE are exclusive
2. Continuum data not supported