Omicron  3.1.0
An algorithm to detect and characterize transient events in gravitational-wave detectors
omicron.cc File Reference

Program to run an Omicron analysis. More...

#include "Oomicron.h"
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Functions

int main (int argc, char *argv[])
 Main program. More...
 
void printhelp (void)
 Print the program usage message. More...
 

Detailed Description

Program to run an Omicron analysis.

omicron is a command line program to perform a Q-transform analysis of data time-series. The program must be given a timing and an option file.

omicron [GPS start time] [GPS stop time] [option file]

This command runs the Omicron algorithm between 2 GPS times. The option file is a text file in which the parameters are listed using keywords. For more details about the syntax, see Omicron::ReadOptions().

omicron [segment file] [option file]

This command runs the Omicron algorithm over a time segment list. The segment file is a text file with 2 columns listing the time segments (GPS start - GPS end).

omicron [GPS time] [option file]

This command runs the Omicron algorithm over once single time segment centered on [GPS time].

Note
all GPS time values must be integer values.

Optional arguments can be provided.

  • the output triggers can be time-selected using a list of segments:
    omicron [some input timing] [option file] [GPS start time] [GPS stop time]
    In that case, output triggers are only saved if they start between the 2 GPS times given in the command line.
    omicron [some input timing] [option file] [segment file]
    In that case, output triggers are only saved if they start in one of the time segment given in the command line.
  • One last argument can be provided in the command line: strict. In this mode, the program exits whenever an error is met.
Author
Florent Robinet - florent.robinet@ijclab.in2p3.fr

Function Documentation

◆ main()

int main ( int  argc,
char *  argv[] 
)

Main program.

◆ printhelp()

void printhelp ( void  )

Print the program usage message.