Opens a dirty .residual image, reads its frequency info and writes it to a template .mask image for eventual use as a tclean mask. Necessary for tclean in 4.6 builds since it complains about no overlap in frequency if you try to use a equal-shaped mask from a different line.


tt.makemaskForNewLine(templateMask, dirtyImage, overwrite=True)
  • templateMask: mask image containing the interesting mask definition for line A
  • dirtyImage: of line B, which you want to apply the mask to

-- ToddHunter - 2016-03-21
Topic revision: r1 - 2016-03-21, ToddHunter
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