Similar to coverage_p, but for a bigmap. Needs to be tested, but so far appears to operate the same as coverage_p (i.e. asks for RES limit and uses coverage_p.in if you say "N" to "Use all images?"), but asks for a bigmap name. Also appears to ask the question about "Use all images?" right after asking about the bigmap name.
Input - files
PICTLIST.TXT (default if you tell it to Use All Images)
coverage_p.in (if you tell it not to use all images, it will use this file) (needs to be the same format as PICTLIST.TXT)
Input - stdin
- Resolution in km. What is the worst resolution image you want displayed.
- 6 character map name
Output - files
- coverage_p.out - mirrored to screen
- coverage_pm.pgm - a map showing all of the image's footprints. Note: image pixels that are below the threshold do not contribute to the pgm.
coverage_p.out example: 1st col is Image Name; 2nd col is probably emission angle (checked with LITHOS but didn't look at code); 3rd col is image resolution in km; 4th column is number of landmarks; 5th and 6th col are lower and upper threshold
N0224508408M 11.768 0.039 82 312 4095 N0224508427M 15.971 0.039 127 312 4095 N0224508446M 7.126 0.037 48 312 4095 N0239497195M 36.681 0.042 56 312 4095 N0239497209M 37.909 0.042 116 312 4095 N0239497223M 37.507 0.041 105 312 4095 N0239664282M 10.730 0.032 26 312 4095