Commit 52da0f00 authored by karpov-sv's avatar karpov-sv
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Improve the image subtraction documentation, again

parent 7605e68a
......@@ -10,6 +10,18 @@ Image subtraction requires template image that has to be astrometrically aligned
*STDPipe* also has a couple of functions that may help you downloading template images from publicly available archives. All of them will deliver *ready to use* image that is already projected on the pixel grid of your science frame and has the same shape.
.. code-block:: python
# Get r band image from PanSTARRS with science image original resolution and orientation
tmpl = templates.get_hips_image('PanSTARRS/DR1/r', wcs=wcs, width=image.shape[1], height=image.shape[0], get_header=False, verbose=True)
# Now mask some brighter stars in the template as we know they are saturated in Pan-STARRS
tmask = templates.mask_template(tmpl, cat, cat_col_mag='rmag', cat_saturation_mag=15, wcs=wcs, dilate=3, verbose=True)
# And now the same - using original Pan-STARRS images and masks
tmpl,tmask = templates.get_ps1_image_and_mask('r', wcs=wcs, width=, height=, verbose=True)
Using Hierarchical Progressive Survey (HiPS) images
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
......@@ -28,6 +40,7 @@ We have a convenience function that may help masking the pixels that are most pr
.. autofunction:: stdpipe.templates.mask_template
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Using original Pan-STARRS images
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
......@@ -45,7 +58,22 @@ Running image subtraction
*STDPipe* has some basic support for image subtraction through the interface to `HOTPANTS <https://github.com/acbecker/hotpants>`_ image subtraction code that is implemented in :func:`stdpipe.subtraction.run_hotpants`. We recommend checking the HOTPANTS documentation to better understand the concepts and options for it.
.. code-block:: python
# Run the subtraction getting back all possible image planes, assuming the template to be noise-less, and estimating image noise model from its statistics. And also pre-flatting the images before subtraction to get rid of possible background inhomogeneities.
import photutils
bg = photutils.Background2D(image, 128, mask=mask, exclude_percentile=30).background
tbg = photutils.Background2D(tmpl, 128, mask=tmask, exclude_percentile=30).background
diff,conv,sdiff,ediff = subtraction.run_hotpants(image-bg, tmpl-tbg, mask=mask, template_mask=tmask, get_convolved=True, get_scaled=True, get_noise=True, image_fwhm=fwhm, template_fwhm=1.5, image_gain=gain, template_gain=1e6, err=True, verbose=True)
# Now we have:
# - `diff` for the difference image
# - `conv` for the template colvolved to match the original image
# - `sdiff` for noise-normalized difference image - ideal for quickly seeing significant deviations!
# - `ediff` for the difference image noise model - you may use it to weight object detection to reject the subtraction artefacts e.g. around brighter objects
.. autofunction:: stdpipe.subtraction.run_hotpants
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