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NAME

polyphot -- compute magnitudes inside polygonal apertures

USAGE

polyphot image

PARAMETERS

image
The list of images containing the objects to be measured.
coords = ""
The list of text files containing the center coordinates of the polygons to be measured. Polygon centers are listed one per line with the x and y coordinates in columns one and two. A ";" character in column terminates the polygon center list for the current polygon and tells POLYPHOT to skip to the next polygon listed in polygons . If coords is undefined the polygons are not shifted. The number of polygon center files must be zero, one, or equal to the number of images. If coords is "default", "dir$default", or a directory specification then a coords file name of the form dir$root.extension.version is constructed and searched for, where dir is the directory, root is the root image name, extension is "coo" and version is the next available version number for the file.
polygons = ""
The list of text files containing the vertices of the polygons to be measured. The polygon vertices are listed 1 vertext per line with the x and y coordinates of each vertex in columns 1 and 2. The vertices list is terminated a ; in column 1. The number of polygon files must be zero, one, or equal to the number of images. If polygons is "default", "dir$default", or a directory specification then a coords file name of the form dir$root.extension.version is constructed and searched for, where dir is the directory, root is the root image name, extension is "ver" and version is the next available version number for the file.
output = "default"
The name of the results file or results directory. If output is "default", "dir$default", or a directory specification then an output file name of the form dir$root.extension.version is constructed, where dir is the directory, root is the root image name, extension is "ply" and version is the next available version number for the file. The number of output files must be zero, one, or equal to the number of image files. In both interactive and batch mode full output is written to output. In interactive mode an output summary is also written to the standard output.
datapars = ""
The name of the file containing the data dependent parameters. The critical parameters fwhmpsf and sigma are located here. If datapars is undefined then the default parameter set in uparm directory is used.
centerpars = ""
The name of the file containing the centering parameters. The critical parameters calgorithm and cbox are located here. If centerpars is undefined then the default parameter set in uparm directory is used.
fitskypars = ""
The name of the text file containing the sky fitting parameters. The critical parameters salgorithm , annulus , and dannulus are located here. If fitskypars is undefined then the default parameter set in uparm directory is used.
polypars = ""
The name of the text file containing the polygon photometry parameters, If polypars is undefined then the default parameter set in uparm directory is used.
interactive = yes
Run the task interactively ?
icommands = ""
The image cursor or image cursor command file.
gcommands = ""
The graphics cursor or graphics cursor command file.
wcsin = ")_.wcsin", wcsout = ")_.wcsout"
The coordinate system of the input coordinates read from coords and of the output coordinates written to output respectively. The image header coordinate system is used to transform from the input coordinate system to the "logical" pixel coordinate system used internally, and from the internal "logical" pixel coordinate system to the output coordinate system. The input coordinate system options are "logical", tv", "physical", and "world". The output coordinate system options are "logical", "tv", and "physical". The image cursor coordinate system is assumed to be the "tv" system.
logical
Logical coordinates are pixel coordinates relative to the current image. The logical coordinate system is the coordinate system used by the image input/output routines to access the image data on disk. In the logical coordinate system the coordinates of the first pixel of a 2D image, e.g. dev$ypix and a 2D image section, e.g. dev$ypix[200:300,200:300] are always (1,1).
tv
Tv coordinates are the pixel coordinates used by the display servers. Tv coordinates include the effects of any input image section, but do not include the effects of previous linear transformations. If the input image name does not include an image section, then tv coordinates are identical to logical coordinates. If the input image name does include a section, and the input image has not been linearly transformed or copied from a parent image, tv coordinates are identical to physical coordinates. In the tv coordinate system the coordinates of the first pixel of a 2D image, e.g. dev$ypix and a 2D image section, e.g. dev$ypix[200:300,200:300] are (1,1) and (200,200) respectively.
physical
Physical coordinates are pixel coordinates invariant with respect to linear transformations of the physical image data. For example, if the current image was created by extracting a section of another image, the physical coordinates of an object in the current image will be equal to the physical coordinates of the same object in the parent image, although the logical coordinates will be different. In the physical coordinate system the coordinates of the first pixel of a 2D image, e.g. dev$ypix and a 2D image section, e.g. dev$ypix[200:300,200:300] are (1,1) and (200,200) respectively.
world
World coordinates are image coordinates in any units which are invariant with respect to linear transformations of the physical image data. For example, the ra and dec of an object will always be the same no matter how the image is linearly transformed. The units of input world coordinates must be the same as those expected by the image header wcs, e. g. degrees and degrees for celestial coordinate systems.
The wcsin and wcsout parameters default to the values of the package parameters of the same name. The default values of the package parameters wcsin and wcsout are "logical" and "logical" respectively.
cache = ")_.cache"
Cache the image pixels in memory. Cache may be set to the value of the apphot package parameter (the default), "yes", or "no". By default cacheing is disabled.
verify = ")_.verify"
Verify the critical parameters in non-interactive mode ? Verify may be set to the apphot package parameter value (the default), "yes", or "no.
update = ")_.update"
Update the critical parameters in non-interactive mode if verify is yes ? Update may be set to the apphot package parameter value (the default), "yes", or "no.
verbose = ")_.verbose"
Print messages in non-interactive mode? Verbose may be set to the apphot package parameter value (the default), "yes", or "no.
graphics = ")_.graphics"
The default graphics device. Graphics may be set to the apphot package parameter value (the default), "yes", or "no.
display = ")_.display"
The default display device. By default graphics overlay is disabled. Display may be set to the apphot package parameter value (the default), "yes", or "no. Setting display to one of "imdr", "imdg", "imdb", or "imdy" enables graphics overlay with the IMD graphics kernel. Setting display to "stdgraph" enables POLYPHOT to work interactively from a contour plot.

DESCRIPTION

POLYPHOT computes the magnitude of objects in the IRAF image image inside a list of polygonal apertures whose vertices are listed in the text file polygons or are marked on the display interactively with the image cursor. The polygon centers may be read from the polygon center file coords or set interactively with the image cursor.

The coordinates read from coords are assumed to be in coordinate system defined by wcsin . The options are "logical", "tv", "physical", and "world" and the transformation from the input coordinate system to the internal "logical" system is defined by the image coordinate system. The simplest default is the "logical" pixel system. Users working on with image sections but importing pixel coordinate lists generated from the parent image must use use the "tv" or "physical" input coordinate systems. Users importing coordinate lists in world coordinates, e.g. ra and dec, must use the "world" coordinate system and may need to convert their equatorial coordinate units from hours and degrees to degrees and degrees first.

The coordinates written to output are in the coordinate system defined by wcsout . The options are "logical", "tv", and "physical". The simplest default is the "logical" system. Users wishing to correlate the output coordinates of objects measured in image sections or mosaic mosaic pieces with coordinates in the parent image must use the "tv" or "physical" coordinate systems.

If cache is yes and the host machine physical memory and working set size are large enough, the input image pixels are cached in memory. If cacheing is enabled and POLYPHOT is run interactively the first measurement will appear to take a long time as the entire image must be read in before the measurement is actually made. All subsequent measurements will be very fast because POLYPHOT is accessing memory not disk. The point of cacheing is to speed up random image access by making the internal image i/o buffers the same size as the image itself. However if the input object lists are sorted in row order and sparse cacheing may actually worsen not improve the execution time. Also at present there is no point in enabling cacheing for images that are less than or equal to 524288 bytes, i.e. the size of the test image dev$ypix, as the default image i/o buffer is exactly that size. However if the size of dev$ypix is doubled by converting it to a real image with the chpixtype task then the effect of cacheing in interactive is can be quite noticeable if measurements of objects in the top and bottom halfs of the image are alternated.

In interactive mode the user may either define the list of objects to be measured interactively with the image cursor or create a polygon and polygon center list prior to running POLYPHOT. In either case the user may adjust the centering, sky fitting, and photometry algorithm parameters until a satisfactory fit is achieved and optionally store the final results in output . In batch mode the polygon and polygon centers are read from the text files polygons and coords or the image cursor parameter icommands can be redirected to a text file containing a list of cursor commands. In batch mode the current set of algorithm parameters is used.

THE POLYGON and POLYGON CENTERS FILES

A sample polygons file and accompanying coordinates file is listed below.

        # Sample Polygons File (2 polygons)

        200.5  200.5
        300.5  200.5
        300.5  300.5
        200.5  300.5
        ;
        100.4  100.4
        120.4  100.4
        120.4  120.4
        100.4  120.4
        ;

        # Sample Coordinates File (2 groups, 1 for each polygon)

        123.4  185.5
        110.4  130.4
        150.9  200.5
        ;
        85.6   35.7
        400.5  300.5
        69.5   130.5
        ;

CURSOR COMMANDS

The following polyphot commands are currently available.

	Interactive Keystroke Commands

?	Print help
:	Colon commands
v	Verify the critical parameters
w	Store the current parameters
d	Plot radial profile of current object
i	Define current polygon, graphically set parameters using current object
g	Define current polygon 
c	Fit center for current object
t	Fit sky around cursor
a       Average sky values fit around several cursor positions
s	Fit sky around current object
h	Do photometry for current polygon
j	Do photometry for current polygon, output results
p	Do photometry for current object using current sky
o	Do photometry for current object using current sky, output results
f	Do photometry for current object
spbar	Do photometry for current object, output results
m	Move to next object in coordinate list
n	Do photometry for next object in coordinate list, output results
l	Do photometry for remaining objects in list, output results
r	Rewind the polygon list
e	Print error messages
q	Exit task


	Colon Commands

:show	[data/center/sky/phot]	List the parameters
:m [n]	Move to next [nth] object in coordinate list
:n [n]	Do photometry for next [nth] object in coordinate list, output results


	Colon Parameter Editing Commands

# Image and file name parameters

:image		[string]	Image name
:polygon	[string]	Polygon file
:coords		[string]	Coordinate file
:output		[string]	Results file

# Data dependent parameters

:scale		[value]		Image scale (units per pixel)
:fwhmpsf	[value]		Full-width half-maximum of PSF (scale units)
:emission	[y/n]		Emission feature (y), absorption (n)
:sigma		[value]		Standard deviation of sky (counts)
:datamin	[value]		Minimum good pixel value (counts)
:datamax	[value]		Maximum good pixel value (counts)

# Noise parameters

:noise		[string]	Noise model (constant|poisson)
:gain		[string]	Gain image header keyword
:ccdread	[string]	Readout noise image header keyword
:epadu		[value]		Gain (electrons per count)
:epadu		[value]		Readout noise (electrons)

# Observing parameters

:exposure	[string]	Exposure time image header keyword
:airmass	[string]	Airmass image header keyword
:filter		[string]	Filter image header keyword
:obstime	[string]	Time of observation image header keyword
:itime		[value]		Integration time (time units)
:xairmass	[value]		Airmass value (number)
:ifilter	[string]	Filter id string
:otime		[string]	Time of observation (time units)

# Centering algorithm parameters

:calgorithm	[string]	Centering algorithm
:cbox		[value]		Width of centering box (scale units)
:cthreshold	[value]		Centering intensity threshold (sigma)
:cmaxiter	[value]		Maximum number of iterations
:maxshift	[value]		Maximum center shift (scale units)
:minsnratio	[value]		Minimum S/N ratio for centering
:clean		[y/n]		Clean subraster before centering
:rclean		[value]		Cleaning radius (scale units)
:rclip		[value]		Clipping radius (scale units)
:kclean		[value]		Clean K-sigma rejection limit (sigma)

# Sky fitting algorithm parameters

:salgorithm	[string]	Sky fitting algorithm 
:skyvalue	[value]		User supplied sky value (counts)
:annulus	[value]		Inner radius of sky annulus (scale units)
:dannulus	[value]		Width of sky annulus (scale units)
:khist		[value]		Sky histogram extent (+/- sigma)
:binsize	[value]		Resolution of sky histogram (sigma)
:sloclip	[value]		Low-side clipping factor in percent
:shiclip	[value]		High-side clipping factor in percent
:smooth		[y/n]		Lucy smooth the sky histogram
:smaxiter	[value]		Maximum number of iterations
:snreject	[value]		Maximum number of rejection cycles
:sloreject	[value]		Low-side pixel rejection limits (sky sigma)
:shireject	[value]		High-side pixel rejection limits (sky sigma)
:rgrow		[value]		Region growing radius (scale units)

# Photometry parameters

:zmag		[value]		Zero point of magnitude scale

# Plotting and marking parameters

:mkcenter	[y/n]		Mark computed centers on the display
:mksky		[y/n]		Mark the sky annuli on the display
:mkpolygon	[y/n]		Mark the polygon on the display



The following commands are available from inside the interactive setup menu.


                    Interactive Photometry Setup Menu

	v	Mark and verify the critical parameters (f,c,s,a,d)

	f	Mark and verify the psf full-width half-maximum
	s	Mark and verify the standard deviation of the background
	l	Mark and verify the minimum good data value
	u	Mark and verify the maximum good data value

	c	Mark and verify the centering box width
	n	Mark and verify the cleaning radius
	p	Mark and verify the clipping radius

	a	Mark and verify the inner radius of the sky annulus
	d	Mark and verify the width of the sky annulus
	g	Mark and verify the region growing radius

ALGORITHMS

A brief description of the data dependent parameters, the centering algorithms and the sky fitting algorithms can be found in the online manual pages for the DATAPARS, CENTERPARS, and FITSKYPARS tasks. User measuring extended "fuzzy" features may wish to set the CENTERPARS calgorithm parameter to "none", the FITSKYPARS parameters salgorithm and skyvalue to "constant" and <uservalue> before running POLYPHOT.

POLYPHOT computes the intersection of each image line with the line segments composing the polygon in order to determine the extent of the polygon. A one dimensional summation including a fractional approximation for the end pixels is performed over those regions of the image line which intersect the polygon. All the 1D summations are summed to give the total integral. The vertices of the polygon must be specified in order either clockwise or counterclockwise.

OUTPUT

In interactive mode the following quantities are printed on the standard output as each object is measured. Error is a simple string which indicates whether the task encountered an error in the centering algorithm, the sky fitting algorithm or the photometry algorithm. Mag are the magnitudes in the polygonal aperture and xcenter, ycenter and msky are the x and y centers and the sky value respectively.

    image  xcenter  ycenter  msky  mag  merr error

In both interactive and batch mode full output is written to the text file output . At the beginning of each file is a header listing the current values of the parameters when the first stellar record was written. These parameters can be subsequently altered. For each star measured the following record is written

	image  xinit  yinit  id  coords  lid
	   xcenter  ycenter  xshift  yshift  xerr  yerr  cier error
	   msky  stdev  sskew  nsky  nsrej  sier  serror
	   itime  xairmass  ifilter  otime
	   sum  area  flux mag  merr  pier  perr
	   polygons  pid  oldxmean  oldymean  xmean  ymean  maxrad  nver
	   xvertex  yvertex

Image and coords are the name of the image and coordinate file respectively. Id and lid are the sequence numbers of objects in the output and coordinate files respectively. Cier and cerror are the centering error code and accompanying error message respectively. Xinit, yinit, xcenter, ycenter, xshift, yshift, and xerr, yerr are self explanatory and output in pixel units. The sense of the xshift and yshift definitions is the following.

	xshift = xcenter - xinit
	yshift = ycenter - yinit

Sier and serror are the sky fitting error code and accompanying error message respectively. Msky, stdev and sskew are the best estimage of the sky value (per pixel), standard deviation and skew respectively. Nsky and nsrej are the number of sky pixels used and the number of sky pixels rejected from the fit respectively.

Itime is the exposure time, xairmass is self-evident, ifilter is an id string identifying the filter used during the observation, and otime is a string specifying the time of the observation in whatever units the user has chosen.

Sum, area, and flux are the total number of counts including sky in the polygonal aperture, the area of the aperture in square pixels, and the total number of counts in the aperture excluding sky. Mag and merr are the magnitude and error in the magnitude in the aperture after subtracting the sky value (see below).

        flux = sum - area * msky
         mag = zmag - 2.5 * log10 (flux) + 2.5 * log10 (itime)
        merr = 1.0857 * error / flux
       error = sqrt (flux / epadu + area * stdev**2 +
               area**2 * stdev**2 / nsky)

Pier and perror are photometry error code and accompanying error message.

Polygons and pid are the name of the polygons file and the polygon id respectively. Oldxmean, oldymean, xmean and ymean are the original and current average coordinates of the current polygon. Oldxmean and oldymean are the values in the polygons file or the values which correspond to the polygon drawn on the display. Xinit and yinit define the position to which the polygonal aperture was shifted. Xmean and ymean are generally identical to xcenter and ycenter and describe the position of the centered polygonal aperture. Maxrad is the maximum distance of a polygon vertex from the average of the vertices. Nver, xvertex and yvertex are the number of vertices and the coordinates of the vertices of the polygonal aperture.

ERRORS

If the object centering was error free then the field cier will be zero. Non-zero values of cier flag the following error conditions.

	0        # No error
	101      # The centering box is off image
	102      # The centering box is partially off the image
	103      # The S/N ratio is low in the centering box
	104      # There are two few points for a good fit
	105      # The x or y center fit is singular
	106      # The x or y center fit did not converge
	107      # The x or y center shift is greater than maxshift
	108      # There is bad data in the centering box

If all goes well during the sky fitting process then the error code sier will be 0. Non-zero values of sier flag the following error conditions.

	0         # No error
	201       # There are no sky pixels in the sky annulus
	202       # Sky annulus is partially off the image
	203       # The histogram of sky pixels has no width
	204       # The histogram of sky pixels is flat or concave
	205       # There are too few points for a good sky fit
	206       # The sky fit is singular
	207       # The sky fit did not converge
	208       # The graphics stream is undefined
	209       # The file of sky values does not exist
	210       # The sky file is at EOF
	211       # Cannot read the sky value correctly
	212       # The best fit parameter are non-physical

If no error occurs during the measurement of the magnitudes then pier is 0. Non-zero values of pier flag the following error conditions.

	0       # No error
	801	# The polygon is undefined
	802     # The polygon is partially off the image
	803     # The polygon is off the image
	804     # The sky value is undefined
	805     # There is bad data in the aperture

EXAMPLES

1. Compute the magnitudes inside 2 polygonal aperture for a few regions in dev$ypix using the display and the image cursor. Turn off centering and set the sky background to to 0.0.

	ap> display dev$ypix 1 fi+

	... display the image

	ap> polyphot dev$ypix calgorithm=none salgorithm=constant \
            skyvalue=0.0 display=imdg mkpolygon+

	... type ? to print a help page

	... move image cursor to a region of interest

	... type g to enter the polygon definition menu
	... use the image cursor and spbar key to mark the vertices of
            the polygonal aperture 
	... mark each vertex only once, POLYPHOT will close the polygon
	    for you
        ... type q to quit the polygon definition menu

	... type the v key to verify the parameters

	... type the w key to save the parameters in the parameter files

	... move the image cursor to the objects of interest and tap
	    the space bar, the polygon will be marked on the image 
            display

	... type g to enter the polygon definition menu
	... use the image cursor and spbar key to mark the vertices of
            the polygonal aperture 
	... mark each vertex only once, POLYPHOT will close the polygon
	    for you
        ... type q to quit the polygon definition menu

	... move the image cursor to the objects of interest and tap
	    the space bar, the polygon will be marked on the image
            display 

	... a one line summary of the fitted parameters will appear on the
	    standard output for each star measured

	... the output will appear in ypix.ply.1

2. Repeat the previous example but use a contour plot and the graphics cursor in place of the image display and image cursor. This option is really only useful for users (very few these days) with access to a graphics terminal but not an image display server.

	ap> show stdimcur

        ... determine the default value of stdimcur

	ap> set stdimcur = stdgraph

	... define the image cursor to be the graphics cursor

        ap> contour dev$ypix

        ... create a contour plot of dev$ypix

	ap> contour dev$ypix >G ypix.plot1

	... store the contour plot of dev$ypix in the file ypix.plot1

	ap> polyphot dev$ypix calgorithm=none salgorithm=constant \
            skyvalue=0.0 display=stdgraph mkpolygon+

	... type ? to print a help page

	... type the v key to verify the parameters

	... type the w key to save the parameters in the parameter files

	... move image cursor to a region of interest
	... type g to enter the polygon definition menu
	... use the image cursor and spbar key to mark the vertices of
            the polygonal aperture 
	... mark each vertex only once, POLYPHOT will close the polygon
	    for you
        ... type q to quit the polygon definition menu

	... move the image cursor to the objects of interest and tap
	    the space bar, the polygon will be marked on the contour
            plot

	... move image cursor to a region of interest
	... type g to enter the polygon definition menu
	... use the image cursor and spbar key to mark the vertices of
            the polygonal aperture 
	... mark each vertex only once, POLYPHOT will close the polygon
	    for you
        ... type q to quit the polygon definition menu

	... move the image cursor to the objects of interest and tap
	    the space bar, the polygon will be marked on the image 
            display

	... a one line summary of the fitted parameters will appear on the
	    standard output for each star measured and the polygons will
	    be drawn on the display

	... full output will appear in the text file ypix.ply.2 

	ap> reset stdimcur = <default>

	... reset stdimcur to its default value


3. Setup and run POLYPHOT interactively on a list of objects created with POLYMARK.

	ap> display dev$ypix 1

        ... display the image

	ap> polymark dev$ypix display=imdg

	... type g to enter the polygon definition menu
        ... mark each vertex with the spbar
	... mark each vertex only once, POLYPHOT will close the
	    polygon for you
        ... type q to quit the polygon definition menu 

	... move the cursor to the regions of interest and tap
	    the space bar, the polygon will be marked on the image
            display

	... the polygon and polygon centers will be written to the text
            files ypix.ver.1 and ypix.coo.1 respectively

	... type q to quit and q again to confirm the quit

	ap> display dev$ypix 2

        ... redisplay the image

	ap> polyphot dev$ypix calgorithm=none salgorithm=constant skyvalue=0.0 \
            coords=default polygon=default display=imdg mkpolygon+

	... type n to measure the first polygon in the list

	... if everything looks okay type l to measure the rest of the stars 

	... a one line summary of results will appear on the standard output
	    for each star measured and the aperture will be drawn on the
            image display

        ... type q to quit and q again to confirm the quit

	... the output will appear in ypix.ply.3

4. Repeat example 3 but work on a section of the input image while preserving the coordinate system of the original image.

	ap> display dev$ypix[150:450,150:450] 1

        ... display the image

	p> polymark dev$ypix[150:450,150:450] wcsout=tv display=imdg

	... type g to enter the polygon definition menu
        ... mark each vertex with the spbar
	... mark each vertex only once, POLYPHOT will close the
	    polygon for you
        ... type q to quit the polygon definition menu 

	... move the cursor to the regions of interest and tap
	    the space bar, the polygon will be marked on the image
            display

	... the polygon and polygon centers will be written to the text
            files ypix.ver.1 and ypix.coo.1 respectively

	... type q to quit and q again to confirm the quit

	ap> display dev$ypix[150:450,150:450] 2

        ... redisplay the image

	ap> polyphot dev$ypix[150:450,150:450] calgorithm=none \
	    salgorithm=constant skyvalue=0.0 coords=default polygon=default \
	    display=imdg mkpolygon+ wcsin=tv wcsout=tv

	... type n to measure the first polygon in the list

	... if everything looks okay type l to measure the rest of the stars 

	... a one line summary of results will appear on the standard output
	    for each star measured and the aperture will be drawn on the
            image display

        ... type q to quit and q again to confirm the quit

	... the output will appear in ypix.ply.4

        ap> pdump ypix.ply.4 xc,yc yes | tvmark 2 STDIN col=204

        ... mark the centers of the polygons on the display

5. Run POLYPHOT in batch mode using a polygon and coordinate file and the default parameters. Verify the critical parameters.

	ap> polyphot dev$ypix coords=default polygon=default inter- verify+

	... output will appear in ypix.ply.5

TIMINGS

BUGS

There are no restrictions on the shape of the polygon but the vertices must be listed or marked in order.

When marking the polygon on the display it is not necessary to close the polygon. When the user types q to quit the marking the program will automatically close the polygon.

It is currently the responsibility of the user to make sure that the image displayed on the display is the same as that specified by the image parameter.

Commands which draw to the image display are disabled by default. To enable graphics overlay on the image display, set the display parameter to "imdr", "imdg", "imdb", or "imdy" to get red, green, blue or yellow overlays and set the centerpars mkcenter switch to "yes", the fitskypars mksky switch to"yes", or the polypars mkpolygon switch to "yes". It may be necessary to run gflush and to redisplay the image to get the overlays position correctly.

SEE ALSO

datapars,centerpars,fitskypars,polypars,qphot,phot,wphot


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