SPECPR Users’ Manual                                                   Page 8-f1.1

F1:  List of Special Functions                             Alias= list
Special function 1 provides a list of all available special functions.
The list includes the function number, the function alias, and a code to
indicate if you need to include an input data set before calling the
function, and if the function can handle propagation of error bars.
The list is as follows.

Special Function 1: a list of the special functions
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f 1 - list        : Description of all special function routines
f 2 - shif[t]     : SHIFTS data left or right a number of channels (f,e)
f 3 - sequ        : SETS UP SEQUENTIAL PROCESSING for the user
f 4 - exse[qu]    : executes SEQUENTIAL PROCESSING set up by f3. No user access.
f 5 - cont[rem]   : CONTINUUM REMOVAL (use also f12)
f 6 - plan[ck]    : computes PLANCK BLACK BODY function
f 7 - smoo[th]    : SMOOTHING function  (f,e)
f 8 - tran[spose] : channel-file TRANSPOSE
f 9 - band[rem]   : BAND REMOVAL (reflection method)
f10 - sort        : SORTs channels into increasing wavelength order (f,e)
f11 - luna[rtherm]: Lunar THERMAL REMOVAL (f,e)
f12 - cspl[in]    : CUBIC SPLINE interpolation to new wavelength set,  (f,e)
f13 - merg[e]     : MERGes 2 files (f,e)
f14 - edit        : EDITs file and errors (f,e)
f15 - gaus[sfmt]  : FORMATS Gaussian parameter file (f)
f16 - line[gen]   : user LINE SEGMENT GENERATOR
f17 - conv[olv]   : high to low resolution SPECTRAL CONVOLUTION (f).
f18 - bloc[kav]   : BLOCK AVERAGES and Statistics (f,e).
f19 - poly[fit]   : POLYNOMIAL FIT routine (f,e)
f20 - read        : READ/WRITE data from/to a TEXT file
f21 - calc[poly]  : Calculate N term POLYNOMIAL (f)
f22 - digi[tize]  : DIGITIZATION tablet input routine
f23 - pars[e]     : MATH PARSER
f24 - star[moontherm] : star/moon-spot reflectance THERMAL REMOVAL (f,e)
f25 - twoc[omlsq] : Two-Component LEAST SQUARE ANALYSIS (f)
f26 - not available yet
f27 - not available yet
f28 - not available yet
f29 - not available yet
f30 - not available yet
f31 - not available yet
f32 - not available yet
f33 - not available yet
f34 - not available yet
f35 - not available yet
f36 - not available yet
f37 - not available yet
f38 - not available yet
f39 - noise       : Random Number Noise Generator
f40 - leastsq     : compute LEAST SQUARES between two spectra (f) under devlp.
f41 - bin         : BINNING routine (f) under development
f42 - bandmap     : Map band depths and fit from a reference
                        spectrum (f) (under development)
f43 - fft         : FFT and Inverse FFT
f44 - suh         : Segmented Upper Hull automatic CONTINUUM ANALYSIS (f,e)
f45 - aba         : Automatic BAND ANALYSIS (f,e)

f46 - abaout

: Band Analysis output to a binary FILE (f)

f47 - abaspecrec : Band Analysis SPECTRUM RECREATION (f)
f48 - hpdigit : DIGITIZATION from an HP Terminal/Tablet
f49 - lininterp : Linear interpolation (f,e)
f50 - wavreg : wavelength registration

When f1 is started, it lists one page at a time and asks the user to type

e

or

x

to exit, or return to continue to the next page. In the list, after each function number is the function alias. For example, in the above list, f50 is also "wavreg". Each special function description has a code at the end of the short description which tells if the function needs a data file input before the function on the command line. If this is the case, you will see a "(f)" at the end of the description. If the function can also propagate the error bars to the data set, it will have an "(f,e)" at the end of the description.