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PICINFO.TXT is a report generated by [[residuals]] that provides information about how well SPC performed. This routine provides detail about each map you have in the system and is used to identify problems. The scale for the numbers are based on [[INIT_LITHOS.TXT]] and the parameters pass into [[residuals]]. Furthermore, a more recent version (as of Feb 2014) does not put the date in the file (Col 2) PICINFO.TXT is a report generated by [[residuals]] that provides information about how well SPC performed for pictures included in [[PICTLISTS.TXT]], if it exists, or [[PICTLIST.TXT]]. This routine provides detail about each map you have in the system and is used to identify problems. The scale for the numbers are based on [[INIT_LITHOS.TXT]] and the parameters pass into [[residuals]]. Furthermore, a more recent version (as of Feb 2014) does not put the date in the file (Col 2)
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  * Col1 - Image name
  * Col2 - Date image was taken, UTC(derived from GPS)
  * Col1 - image name
  * Col2 - date image was taken, UTC(derived from GPS)
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  * Col4 - number of landmarks
  * Col5 - number of limbs
  * Col 6 -
   The num
ber is greater than piclimit (the 2.5)
   * c coordinate s
ystem, using the body fixed system
   * b using bod
y fixed system, but using crosstrack radial (in orbit)
   * "*" 3 or fewer landmarks for the image

  * Col 7 - Pixel residual (RMS in pixels)
  * Col 8 - The magnitude displacement of the SUMFILE solution from the NOMINALS
  * Col 9, 10, 11 - The specific dx, dy, dz offset between the SUMFILE solution and the NOMINALS
  * Col 12, 13, 14 - The angular error in pointing between the SuMFILES and the NOMINALS
  * Col4 - number of landmarks in image
  * Col5 - number of landmarks on image lit limb
  * Col 6 - code:
   * 'c' indicates
body fixed SCOBJ sigmas
   * '
b' indicates trajectory relative SCOBJ sigmas
   * '*' indicates 3 or fewer landmarks for the image
   * '>' indicates p
ixel residual greater than limit
   * '#' indicates image for topograph
y solution only
  * Col 7 - RMS pixel residual (RMS in pixels)
  * Col 8 - the magnitude displacement of the SUMFILE solution from the NOMINALS
  * Col 9, 10, 11 - The specific dx, dy, dz offset between the SUMFILE solution and the NOMINALS (SCOBJ)
  * Col 12, 13, 14 - The angular error in pointing between the SUMFILES and the NOMINALS

PICINFO.TXT

Compiled by KD

Description

PICINFO.TXT is a report generated by residuals that provides information about how well SPC performed for pictures included in PICTLISTS.TXT, if it exists, or PICTLIST.TXT. This routine provides detail about each map you have in the system and is used to identify problems. The scale for the numbers are based on INIT_LITHOS.TXT and the parameters pass into residuals. Furthermore, a more recent version (as of Feb 2014) does not put the date in the file (Col 2)

PICINFO

  • Col1 - image name
  • Col2 - date image was taken, UTC(derived from GPS)
  • Col3 - resolution
  • Col4 - number of landmarks in image
  • Col5 - number of landmarks on image lit limb
  • Col 6 - code:
    • 'c' indicates body fixed SCOBJ sigmas
    • 'b' indicates trajectory relative SCOBJ sigmas
    • '*' indicates 3 or fewer landmarks for the image
    • '>' indicates pixel residual greater than limit

    • '#' indicates image for topography solution only
  • Col 7 - RMS pixel residual (RMS in pixels)
  • Col 8 - the magnitude displacement of the SUMFILE solution from the NOMINALS
  • Col 9, 10, 11 - The specific dx, dy, dz offset between the SUMFILE solution and the NOMINALS (SCOBJ)
  • Col 12, 13, 14 - The angular error in pointing between the SUMFILES and the NOMINALS
  • Near the bottom is the standard deviation of the positions in the coordinate system listed.
  • Bottom of file, gives a histogram of the number of images in each resolution bin (defined by the units listed -- i.e. you multiple the bin number by the bin size)

B2_01           2012 NOV 29 18:26:07.573    0.0015        11         0       >c   673.642       0.000 km       0.000 km       0.000 km       0.000 km      -0.000 mr       0.000 mr      -0.000 mr
B2_03           2012 NOV 29 18:27:21.732    0.0013        20         0       >c   426.441       0.001 km       0.000 km       0.001 km       0.000 km      -0.000 mr       0.000 mr      -0.000 mr
B2_04           2012 NOV 29 18:28:00.100    0.0013        21         0       >c   370.338       0.001 km      -0.000 km       0.000 km       0.000 km      -0.000 mr      -0.000 mr       0.000 mr
B2_05           2012 NOV 29 18:28:37.172    0.0014        15         0       >c   304.426       0.000 km       0.000 km      -0.000 km      -0.000 km       0.000 mr       0.000 mr      -0.000 mr
B3_01           2012 NOV 29 18:19:17.944    0.0014         5         0       >c   303.385       0.000 km       0.000 km      -0.000 km      -0.000 km       0.000 mr       0.000 mr       0.000 mr
B3_03           2012 NOV 29 18:20:15.713    0.0013        14         0       >c   293.049       0.000 km       0.000 km      -0.000 km       0.000 km       0.000 mr       0.000 mr       0.000 mr
B3_05           2012 NOV 29 18:21:13.451    0.0013         9         0       >c   262.659       0.000 km      -0.000 km      -0.000 km       0.000 km       0.000 mr      -0.000 mr      -0.000 mr
C3_05
C3_06
C3_07


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    SIGcx(mr)     SIGcy(mr)     SIGcz(mr)     DLTpt(mr)     DLTcz(mr)     SIGV0(km)     DLTV0(km)
    0.1000E+03    0.1000E+03    0.1000E+03    0.6685E-04    0.2529E-04    0.1732E-03    0.4265E-03

    0     1     2     3     4     5     6     7     8     9    10     x    0.10 m
    20    20    20    20    20    20    20    20    20    20    20
       0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0     0

PICINFO.TXT (last edited 2016-07-23 08:44:21 by BMittan)