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hideal2pds

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Export an Isis3 mosaicked ideal cube from a HiRISE image to a PDS product containing related spice data.

Overview Parameters

Description

      This application takes an Isis3 cube from the HiRISE instrument that
      has been jitter corrected and mosaicked and exports it to a PDS product
      with detached label and spice tables.

      The following output files will be created using the file name passed in by the user.
      
  1. PDS image file with the extension .img
  2. PDS label file with the extension .lbl
  3. PDS binary ck table file with the suffix _INSTRUMENT_POINTING_TABLE.dat
  4. PDS binary spk table file with the suffix _INSTRUMENT_POSITION_TABLE.dat
  5. PDS binary body rotation table file with the suffix _BODY_ROTATION_TABLE.dat
  6. PDS binary sun position table file with the suffix _SUN_POSITION_TABLE.dat
The output PDS image will be unsigned word 16 bit type, MSB, BSQ format and the resolution will be in meters. Note that the IMAGE_JITTER_CORRECTED keyword is copied from the input cube. If the input cube has been run through an older version of hijitter, this value will be set to UNK, since it is not known whether the image values have been jitter corrected.

Categories


History

Jeannie Backer2012-11-21 Original Version of hideal2pds. Fixes #678.
Makayla Shepherd2015-10-06 Added stretch parameters. Fixes #1761.

Parameter Groups

Files

Name Description
FROM Isis3 ideal camera cube to be exported to PDS format
TO Output PDS file name.

Special Keywords

Name Description
VERSION Value for the output PDS keyword PRODUCT_VERSION_ID
RATIONALE_DESC Value for the output PDS keyword RATIONALE_DESC

Stretch

Name Description
TYPE Select the type of stretch
MIN Lower bound of the stretch
MAX Upper bound of the stretch
MINPER Minimum DN valid percentage
MAXPER Mazimum DN valid percentage
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Files: FROM


Description

The Ideal cube from a HiRISE image containing the related spice data to be exported to PDS.

Type cube
File Mode input
Filter *.cub *.lbl
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Files: TO


Description

The file name of the output PDS image. This value will also be used for the name of the detached label and table files.

Type filename
File Mode output
Filter *.img
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Special Keywords: VERSION


Description

This parameter allows the user to specify the value of the standard PDS keyword PRODUCT_VERSION_ID within the output PDS label. This keyword will be located in the Root of the PDS PVL label. This value defaults to 1.0.

Type string
Default 1.0
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Special Keywords: RATIONALE_DESC


Description

This parameter allows the user to specify the value of the standard PDS keyword RATIONALE_DESC within the output PDS label. This keyword will be located in the ROOT of the PDS PVL label. Note that if a keyword value is not entered, the value will be read from the input cube labels. If it does not exist there, the program will throw an ] error.

Type string
Internal Default Preserve Original Rationale Description
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Stretch: TYPE


Description

This parameter is used to select one of two ways to stretch output pixels. The are AUTOMATIC or MANUAL.

Type string
Default AUTOMATIC
Option List:
Option Brief Description
AUTOMATICAutomatically calculate stretchAutomatically calculate stretch

Exclusions

  • MIN
  • MAX
MANUALUser defined stretchUser defined stretch

Exclusions

  • MINPER
  • MAXPER
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Stretch: MIN


Description

Lower bound for the manually specified stretch.

Type double
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Stretch: MAX


Description

Upper bound for the manually specified stretch.

Type double
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Stretch: MINPER


Description

The cumulative percentage value to be mapped to the minimum valid pixel for the specified number of bits. For example: With BITS=10 and MINPER=1.0, the DN which corresponds to the cummulative percent of 1.0 will be mapped to 3, where 0 represents NULL, 1 represents LRS and 2 represents LIS.

Type double
Default 0.0
Minimum 0.0 (inclusive)
Maximum 100.0 (inclusive)
Less Than or Equal MAXPER
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Stretch: MAXPER


Description

The cumulative percentage value to be mapped to the maximum valid pixel for the specified number of bits. For example: With BITS=10 and MINPER=99.0, the DN which corresponds to the cummulative percent of 99.0 will be mapped to 1021, 1021=(2**bits)-1-2. Where 1023 represents HIS and 1022 represents HRS.

Type double
Default 100.0
Minimum 0.0 (inclusive)
Maximum 100.0 (inclusive)
Greater Than or Equal MINPER
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