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Section: X-GEN Commands (1)
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X-GEN - cuturef
"cuturef" reads a file with environment variable name UREFLS and writes out
another with environment variable UREFOUT. The user specifies a starting
image number and an ending image number, and only the reflections for
which the observed omega value lies within that range are output.
n.b. If only one of the limits is specified (see <lowframe> and <highframe>,
below), it is taken to be the start of the output range. If both are specified
but in opposite order (high before low), the program will reverse them for you.
The functionality offered in this filter can be effected in the normal course
of data processing through the -a<fmmin,fmmax> option of "reduce".
Thus the primary use of this program is in dealing with unusual cases, e.g.
situations where the user is trying to apply overlap filters to a UREFLS file.
This specifies the first image that will be
included in the output. Default value: 0.
<highframe> This specifies the last image that will be
included in the output. Default value: 440.
- cuturef 14 135
Read a UREFLS file and write out only those
reflections that came from images 14 through 135.
Report bugs to Andy Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-567-5881.
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