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This is the command fitscut that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator

PROGRAM:

NAME


fitscut - extract cutouts from FITS image format file

SYNOPSIS


fitscut [options] file [green] [blue] [outfile]

DESCRIPTION


Options are:
-f, --force
force overwrite of output file

-h, --help
display this help and exit

-v, --verbose
verbose operation

-V, --version
output version information and exit

-p, --png
output a PNG format file

-j, --jpg
output a JPEG format file

-x, --x=N
X center coordinate

-y, --y=N
Y center coordinate

--x0=N X corner coordinate

--y0=N Y corner coordinate

-r, --rows=N
number of rows (height)

-c, --columns=N
number of columns (width)

--all extract a cutout of the same size as the input image

--linear-scale
output in linear scale [default]

-l, --log-scale
output in log scale

-s, --sqrt-scale
output in square root scale

-e, --histeq-scale
histogram equalized output

--asinh-scale
asinh equalized output

-i, --invert
invert output colors

--palette=name
output palette name (png output only)

--factor=value
multiply image by value

--rate scale image by exposure time factor

--autoscale=percent
percent of histogram to include

If percent is a single value it is interpreted as
the percentage of the histogram to include. If percent is two values separated by
a comma it is interpreted as the lower and upper bounds of the histogram to include
(eg. --autoscale=1.5,98.5)

--autoscale-min=percent
lower bound percentage of histogram to include

--autoscale-max=percent
upper bound percentage of histogram to include

--min=value
image value to use for scale minimum

--max=value
image value to use for scale maximum

The value for --min or --max may be either one value to
be used for all images (eg. --min=0), or one value for each image separated by a
comma (eg. --min=0,0,0)

--red=file
filename to be used in red channel of color image

--green=file
filename to be used in green channel of color image

--blue=file
filename to be used in blue channel of color image

--zoom=factor
zoom input image by positive multiplicative factor

--align
use WCS information in header to align images

--compass
add a WCS compass to the image

Supported palettes:
gray heat cool rainbow red green blue

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