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It is often necessary, when dealing with multidimensional data to compute the power spectrum as a function of |K|, the magnitude of the wavenumber vector. This is accomplished by computing the FFT and averaging power over circles of diameter |K|. Though fairly straightforward in theory, writing such a routine is often cumbersome because of...
Computing standard derivative approximations that are not included as part of the standard library (The discrete 2D Laplacian for example) can be very time consuming. This Help Article demonstrates how IDL's SHIFT function can be used, in place of a FOR loop, to improve performance when approximating derivatives.
Use the SHIFT...
THIS INFORMATION ONLY PERTAINS TO SOFTWARE VERSIONS IDL 8.5, ENVI 5.3 AND PRIOR
How do I enable floating or server-based node-locked licensing through a firewall?
Server-based Exelis Visual Information Solutions licenses (such as network floating licenses or server based node-locked licenses) require running the...
This help article provides an example for fitting a surface to a function of two independent variables.
This specific example fits a surface to the function:
f(x,y) = -SIN(2.0 * x) + COS(0.5 * y) .
but can be generalized to work with any function of two variables.
;++++++++Begin: The Function to be Fit++++++++; Please Note: ...
IDL does free its dynamic memory when it is done with it, and the IDL code has consistency checks that guard against memory leaks.
You can use the IDL command:
to see how much memory IDL has allocated. However, just because IDL frees its memory does not mean that its virtual address space will shrink and...
An ENVI quick reference booklet that provides users succinct steps on how to accomplish common tasks in ENVI.
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