[AstroPy] Getting Started with Python and FITS
cohen at lpta.in2p3.fr
Wed Apr 1 09:12:21 EDT 2009
ok I stand corrected.... I was taking the fact that the last release was
more than a year old as a sign. Sorry!
Christopher Hanley wrote:
> Numdisplay is still maintained here at STScI. It is released as part
> of out STSCI_PYTHON package.
> On Apr 1, 2009, at 8:42 AM, Cohen-Tanugi Johann <cohen at lpta.in2p3.fr>
>> I might be wrong, but I think that numdisplay is not maintained
>> anymore, you may want to check before depending on it. Problem with
>> matplotlib is the lack of astrophysical coordinate support, so that
>> images will be displayed in pixel coordinates.
>> Christopher Hanley wrote:
>>> Another easy way to display a data section from a FITS file is to
>>> use numdisplay and DS9.
>>> Numdisplay will work with and ndarray from numpy. It is a one line
>>> command after the import
>>> > import numdisplay
>>> > numdisplay.display(yourArrayObject)
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