Transient Array Radio Telescope Command Line Tools
TART: Radio-telescope command line tools
This module provides command line tools for operating Transient Array Radio Telescope (TART). These tools are
To generate an image from a telescope, try the following command which should display the current view from a telescope on top of Signal-Hill near Dunedin New Zealand.
tart_image --api https://tart.elec.ac.nz/signal --display
For more information see the TART Github repository
tart_tools is available from standard python package repositories. Try:
pip3 install tart_tools
- Tim Molteno (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Max Scheel (email@example.com)
If you are developing this package, this should be installed using
in which case changes to the source-code will be immediately available to projects using it.
1.1.2b6 Pass the lat and lon to catalog_url
1.1.2b5 Require the python-dateutil library
1.1.2b4 Require the requests library
1.1.2b3 Change API of catalog_url to use lon and lat explicitly
1.1.2b1 Fix a missing checksum call if a local file was partially downloaded (tart_download_data).
1.1.2b0 Make h5 to json compatible with tart2ms json import.
1.1b.8 New versioning to match tart. Move to new repository
0.2.0b14. Improve API handler code.
0.2.0b13. Clean up code to use other API endpoints. Add CLI to --ignore some antennas Add --n option to tart_download_data to stop after n downloads (used to grab the latest raw file) Add CLI to use the influxdb
0.2.0b12. Fix bug in get-gains option.
0.2.0b11. Add a tart_set_mode binary.
0.2.0b9. Add a timeout to all HTTP requests.
0.2.0b8. Add a put method to the authorized api handler.
0.2.0b7. Fix typo in tart_calibrate that stopped calibration working.
0.2.0. New tart_download_data function.
0.1.5. Python3 compatability changes
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