Tool to apply rfi masks to measurement sets
- # RFI Masker
Copyright (C) 2016 SKA South Africa
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Tiny tool to apply a numpy boolean array to the spectral flags column of a measurement set to mask out known RFI sources like GSM and satelite in L-band. Typically flagging known RFI sources produces much better backgrounds and tools like the mighty AOFlagger RFI hammer needs fewer iterations to converge to good solutions.
# To develop ` python setup.py develop --user (assumes .local/bin is in your PATH and .local/lib/python2.7/site-packages is in your PYTHONPATH) ` # Users ## Preferred run method ` docker build -t rfi_masker (inside cloned folder) docker run -it --rm rfi_masker (anywhere) ` ## Install (if you’re yet to discover the pure awesomeness of Docker) ` python setup.py install --user (assumes .local/bin is in your PATH and .local/lib/python2.7/site-packages is in your PYTHONPATH) `
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