Using rfigui

The program’s main window shows a time-frequency plot (dynamic spectrum) of a selected baseline and/or polarization, and from there it is possible to analyse the data in various ways.

A few of its key features:

  • Analyse Casa Measurement Sets, UVFits files and other supported formats;

  • Make time-frequency diagrams and other cuts through the data;

  • Export plots to pdfs (interactively or scripted);

  • Execute and tweak flagging strategies;

  • Visualize the uv plane and/or image plane for selected data.

A list of possible command line options can be obtained by running rfigui --help. There are some options available to create images from the command line, see the page on scripting.