The Scintillometry project has been renamed to
For reproducing old results, one can checkout the old repository with
pip install git+https://github.com/mhvk/baseband-tasks.git@scintillometry#egg=scintillometry.
Welcome to the Scintillometry documentation! Scintillometry is a package for reduction and analysis of radio baseband data, optimized for pulsar scintillometry science.
At the core of Scintillometry is a collection of “tasks”, filehandle-like classes that can be linked together into a data reduction pipeline.
- Channelization (
- Combining streams (
- Conversion (
- Convolution (
- Dispersion (
- Functions (
- Integration and Folding (
- Sampling (
- Sample shape manipulation (
- Base (
To help simulate and debug reduction processes, Scintillometry allows one to generate fake signals.
Most I/O is via raw files read using
Scintillometry offers options to write out intermediate products as
HDF5 files and final products, such as folded profiles, in PSRFITS format.
Scintillometry also contains helper modules that assist with calculations and that link it with other software, such as Fourier transform packages or pulsar timing software.