STSDAS Users Guide


There will always be things users want to do with their data that we have not anticipated, or that we have not had time to implement. Programming facilities are provided in IRAF and STSDAS to allow users to design and build their own software. These facilities range from the simple use of the IRAF CL to write data processing procedures, to Fortran language programming using one of two different Fortran interfaces, to programming in the IRAF Subset Pre-processor (SPP) language. The complexity of the problem you are faced with will govern the choice of a programming environment. If you happen to write a generally useful set of routines that might be useful to wide community, and would be willing to share them through the contrib package, please send e-mail to the HotSeat.

CL as a Programming Language
The IMFORT Interface
The F77VOS Interface

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