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Feature #21

photomet - ability to run on multiple bands

Added by Tammy Becker over 7 years ago. Updated 13 days ago.

Status:
Acknowledged
Priority:
High
Assignee:
-
Category:
API
Target version:
-
Impact:
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Description

photomet currently does not have the ability to run on a multi-band spectral cube. DAWN-VIR will need this, Cassini-VIMS could use it also


Related issues

Related to ISIS - Feature #22: photomet - Ability to look up model curves based on Target & Wavelength Acknowledged
Related to ISIS - Feature #247: Software steering committee priority improvements to photomet need to be completed in FY11 Closed

History

#1 Updated by Steven Lambright over 7 years ago

When you say photomet does not run on a multi-band cube, I'm running it without error on a 5-band cube. Does this problem still exist? If so, does it give an error, are the outputs erroneous, are you missing necessary inputs?

Is this Isis 3 or Isis 2?

My command:
setisis isis3nightly
photomet from=crop.cub to=out.cub phopar=photomet_par.pvl

photomet_par.pvl:
Object = PhotometricModel
Group = Algorithm
Name = Lambert
EndGroup
EndObject
Object = NormalizationModel
Group = Algorithm
Name = NoNormalization
EndGroup
EndObject

crop.cub:
Object = Core
StartByte = 65537
Format = Tile
TileSamples = 128
TileLines = 128

Group = Dimensions
  Samples = 1024
  Lines   = 1600
  Bands   = 5
End_Group

Group = Pixels
  Type       = Real
  ByteOrder  = Lsb
  Base       = 0.0
  Multiplier = 1.0
End_Group

End_Object

Group = Instrument
SpacecraftName = "MARS RECONNAISSANCE ORBITER"
InstrumentId = Marci
TargetName = MARS
SummingMode = 1
StartTime = 2007-10-30T05:48:21.042
StopTime = 2007-10-30T06:45:35.642
SpacecraftClockCount = 878190520:208
DataFlipped = 0
ColorOffset = 2
InterframeDelay = 2.6
ExposureDuration = 0.0175
Framelets = Even
End_Group

Thanks,
Steven Lambright

#2 Updated by Anonymous about 5 years ago

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