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Calculates the integral over solid angle of a diffuse source model convolved with the instrumental response function.

Usage: gtdiffrsp evfile scfile srcmdl irfs


General Parameters

Note: Parenthesis () indicate a hidden parameter.

  evfile [file]

Input event data file. If several events files have to be input, an ASCII file with the complete list of them should be entered here with an "@" sign before the name.

For example, if the name of that ASCII file is "events", this parameter should be: evfile=@events.

  (evtable = EVENTS) [string]
    Event table extension name. This is a hidden parameter. (default: EVENTS)
  scfile [file]
    Spacecraft data file containing information such as the spacecraft pointing as a function of time. This file can be generated by gtorbsim for simulated observations , or it can be obtained from the SLAC Data Portal.
  (sctable = SC_DATA) [string]
    Spacecraft data extension. This is a hidden parameter. (default: SC_DATA)
  srcmdl [file]
    XML file containing the source model definitions. This file is the same as that used by gtlike (see the gtlike help). The source model could be generated by the Model Editor (modeleditor) utility, or by following source model templates.
  irfs = P6_V3_DIFFUSE [string]
    Instrument response functions.
  (evclsmin = 0)
    Minimum event class level.
    Target class level. (default: INDEF)
  (convert = no)
    Convert header to new diffrsp format?
  (chatter = 2)
    This parameter fixes the output verbosity: no screen output (0),
nominal screen output (2), maximum verbosity (4). (default: 2)
  (clobber = yes)
    Overwrite or nor overwrite existing output files. This is a hidden parameter. (default: yes)
  (debug = no)

Activate debugging mode. (default: no)

When debug is "no", all exceptions that are not caught and handled by individual tool-specific code are caught by a top-level exception handler that
displays information about the exception and then exits.

When debug is "yes", such exceptions are not caught by the top level code. Instead the tool produces a segmentation violation, which is more useful for debugging. When debugging mode is enabled, the tool produces more verbose output describing any errors or exceptions that are encountered.

  (gui = no)
    If the parameter specified is "yes", the Graphical User Interface (GUI) mode is activated. This is a hidden parameter. (default: no)
  (mode = ql)
    Mode of automatic parameters. This is a hidden parameter. (default: ql)

Owned by: J. Chiang

Last updated by: Chuck Patterson 04/05/2011