This is the command mFitExec 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
mFitExec - Re-project and mosaic your images, with background rectification
mFitExec [-d] [-s statusfile] diffs.tbl fits.tbl diffdir
Runs mFitplane on all the difference images identified by mOverlaps and generated by mDiff
or mDiffExec. mFitExec creates a table of image-to-image difference parameters.
-d Turns on debugging
Writes output message to statusfile instead of to stdout
Overlap table generated by mOverlaps, the last column of which contains the
filenames of the difference images generated by mDiffExec.
Output table of difference paramaters.
Directory containing difference images.
Generates a table, fits.tbl, containing all the information generated by running mFitplane
on each difference image. nimages is the number of images for which this calculation was
successfully performed, nfaied is the number that generated an error condition for
mFitplane, nwarning is the number that generated a warning, and nmissing is the number of
files that could not be found in the specified diffdir.
OK [struct stat="OK", count=n, failed=nfailed, warning=nwarning, missing=nmissing]
ERROR Cannot open status file: statusfile
ERROR Can't open output file.
ERROR Invalid diffs metadata file: filename
ERROR Need columns: cntr1 cntr2 plus minus diff
ERROR svc library error
First, diffs.tbl is generated for a collection of reprojected images using mOverlap.
Next, mDiffExec is run on those images to create output images in the subdirectory
diffdir. At this point, we are ready to run mFitExec:
$ mFitExec diffs.tbl fits.tbl diff
[struct stat="OK", count=42, failed=0, warning=0, missing=0]
Output file: fits.tbl.
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