MIT/CXC S-Lang Packages
This page provides links to S-Lang programs developed to support
various research applications. These may have dependencies on S-Lang
upon ISIS. See the individual links
for explicit dependencies.
(The primary difference between a package and a module is
that the packages here are entirely written in S-Lang source, whereas
modules depend on a binary library.)
Currently available packages are:
S-lang/ISIS Timing Analysis Routines (includes Baysian Blocks
- aglc: ACIS-Grating Light Curve (also computes
exposure-corrected phase curves). (2007.06.15 UPATE to v1.3.5: bug fixes
in time computation, affects short period phasing)
- Nonthermal spectral models for ISIS
- add_pha: Add multiple counts spectra, grating or imaging
spectra, multiple observations or orders from one observation.
- findzo: Accurately centroid the zero order using the
intersection of the ACIS CCD frame-shift streak and a dispersed
arm (for the many cases when the zero order image is distorted
by pileup or excluded from telemetry).
Pileup Color: Pileup in the ACIS detector, when used with or
without a grating, is a "local" phenomenon, that is it varies from
pixel to pixel in an image depending on the local event rate. Hence
for an extended source (or dispersed grating image) it is useful to
make an image calibrated to indicate the observed "island rate" of
events. The pileup_color.sl generates such a color-coded image from
a FITS event file.
TGCat: the Chandra Transmission Grating Catalog and Archive,
data reprocessing scripts.
APED plasma models for the He-like triplets: Data files and ISIS
code to provide density-dependent APED plasma models for the X-ray
band He-like triplet lines (for collisionally and photoexcited plasmas).
ISIS interfaces to warmabs and photemis output: ISIS code to provide
interfaces for atomic data optionally output by the XSTAR Xspec
models (warmabs, photemis), for line/edge identification,
or access to feature strengths vs model parameters.
This page was last updated Dec 8, 2014 by David P. Huenemoerder. To comment on it or the material presented here, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.