André Offringa <of…email@example.com>
Version 2.10 brings a few small but useful new features, and many small bugfixes. A lot of code was cleaned up and improved to use C++11 features.
Full list of changes:
Initial work on Python-scripted strategies; to be fully implemented in aoflagger 3.0.
SPWs can be concattenated (#65).
Added option in StatisticalFlagging to flag entire timesteps, channels or baselines when too little visibilities are left.
A graphical termal (‘X’) is no longer necessary to run rfigui / aoqplot with drawing parameters, which allows saving plots in scripts.
The aoqplot status window now also displays antenna index when hovering a baseline.
Added interpolate flags menu item and extended algorithm to run multiple times to fill in spots that are still missing.
Stokes I-only images are not shown because they cannot be selected (#63).
Check polarizations when changing settings (#69).
It could happen that exceptions were not shown properly (bug in baseexception).
Unselected original flags would still show them in plots and ‘keep..data’ actions.
Fixed x/y flip when opening a parmdb.
Fixing frequency and time scatter plots in rfigui and plots in aoqplot for non-xx/xy/yx/yy polarized sets (#70) e.g. JVLA; reported by M. Verheijen).
Don’t plot polarizations when they are not available in aoqplot, as that can cause segfault
- Esthetics of plots are improved.
Use a clipping region to prevent points falling outside the canvas.
Unset value could cause the z-axis to disappear.
Make logarithmic Y ticks be better behaved.
Y axis in logarithmic plots could have the wrong range.
- Major code cleanup:
Many code has been cleaned up to use C++11 features.
Dependence on Boost has been decreased.
Directory structure was improved and old code was removed.
Fixing multithreading of for-each-baseline action in ArtifactSet