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PROGRAM:

NAME


fits2bitmap - Create a bitmap file from a FITS image.

DESCRIPTION


usage: fits2bitmap [-h] [-e hdu] [-o filename] [--scale SCALE] [--power POWER]

[--asinh_a ASINH_A] [--min_cut MIN_CUT] [--max_cut MAX_CUT] [--min_percent
MIN_PERCENT] [--max_percent MAX_PERCENT] [--percent PERCENT] [--cmap colormap_name]
filename [filename ...]

positional arguments:
filename
Path to one or more FITS files to convert

optional arguments:
-h, --help
show this help message and exit

-e hdu, --ext hdu
specify the HDU extension number or name

-o filename
Filename for the output image (Default is a PNG file with the same name as the FITS
file)

--scale SCALE
Type of image scaling ("linear", "sqrt", "power", "log", or "asinh")

--power POWER
Power index for "power" scaling

--asinh_a ASINH_A
The value in normalized image where the asinh curve transitions from linear to
logarithmic behavior (used only for "asinh" scaling)

--min_cut MIN_CUT
The pixel value of the minimum cut level

--max_cut MAX_CUT
The pixel value of the maximum cut level

--min_percent MIN_PERCENT
The percentile value used to determine the minimum cut level

--max_percent MAX_PERCENT
The percentile value used to determine the maximum cut level

--percent PERCENT
The percentage of the image values used to determine the pixel values of the
minimum and maximum cut levels

--cmap colormap_name
matplotlib color map name

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