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tgocassismos

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Produce an output mosaic of TGO CaSSIS images from the same observation and filter.

Overview Parameters

Description

If the final product wil not be an RDR, mapmos or automos can be used to produce a mosaic. This program produces a mosaic and adds keywords to the label group "Mosaic".
The input cubes to this program must be from the same observation, same filter, and map projected.
A new label group, required by tgocassisrdrgen, called "Mosaic" is added to the image labels of the output cube. The original label blob is also propagated from the first file in the input list.

processing sequence for single filter products that will become RDRs
cam2map - project the cube.
tgocassismos - mosaic files and add keywords to the mosaic group.
tgocassisrdrgen - produce a RDR product.


Categories


History

Makayla Shepherd2018-05-09 Original version.
Adam Goins2018-05-17 Added SpacecraftName and InstrumentId to mosaic group.
Kristin Berry2018-06-12 Removed the "_filtername" from the ProductId.
Kristin Berry2018-06-16 Update to read the ObservationId from the Archive Group.
Jeannie Backer2018-08-10 Added option to allow user to choose ground range.

Parameter Groups

Files

Name Description
FROMLIST Input list of files
TO Output mosaic
PRIORITYThe priority of pixel placement

Ground Range

Name Description
GRANGEGround Range Options
MINLATMinimum Latitude
MAXLATMaximum Latitude
MINLONMinimum Longitude
MAXLONMaximum Longitude
X

Files: FROMLIST


Description

A single colume list of TGO CaSSIS files that will be mosaiced together. The input files must be from the some observation and be from the same filter. The files must also be map projected.

Type filename
File Mode input
Filter *.lis *.lst *.txt
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Files: TO


Description

The output mosaic cube with the new mosaic label group added.

Type cube
File Mode output
Filter *.cub
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Files: PRIORITY


Description

This parameter is used to select one of two ways to masaic the pixels in areas of overlap.

Type string
Default ONTOP
Option List:
Option Brief Description
ONTOPInput cube will be placed on top of the mosaic When the input pixel is not Null, the input pixel value will be written to the output cube.
BENEATHInput cube will be placed beneath the mosaic When the mosaic pixel is not Null it will be left unchanged.
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Ground Range: GRANGE


Description

AUTO is the default for this parameter. By default the ground range is calculated automatically based on the list of input cubes. The user can override this default. If the USER option is selected, values must be entered for the MINLAT, MAXLAT, MINLON, and MAXLON parameters.

Type string
Default AUTO
Option List:
Option Brief Description
AUTOAutomatically Calculate Range The program will automatically calculate the ground range for the mosaic by examining that latitude and longitude range of all the cubes contained in the list passed to FROMLIST. This is the default option.

Exclusions

  • MINLAT
  • MAXLAT
  • MINLON
  • MAXLON
USERUser Entered Range The program will apply the ground range values you entered for the mosaic.

Inclusions

  • MINLAT
  • MAXLAT
  • MINLON
  • MAXLON
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Ground Range: MINLAT


Description

The minimum latitude value boundary extent for the output mosaic.

Type double
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Ground Range: MAXLAT


Description

The maximum latitude value boundary extent for the output mosaic.

Type double
Greater Than MINLAT
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Ground Range: MINLON


Description

The minimum longitude value boundary extent for the output mosaic.

Type double
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X

Ground Range: MAXLON


Description

The maximum longitude value bounary extent for the output mosaic.

Type double
Greater Than MINLON
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