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ASAP 1.2 Released

Version 1.2 of the ATNF Spectral Analysis Package, ASAP, was released last week. This software is currently under active development and is intended to be used for processing and analysing spectral line observations from ATNF single-dish telescopes.

Changes in this release include:

<ul>
<li>Support for frequency switched data</li>
<li>Automatically pair signal and reference spectra for quotient</li>
<li>Plotting control (line colour and style)</li>
<li>non-GUI plotting</li>
<li>Mopra/Parkes online monitor (a mini-pipeline for observers)</li>
<li>Prebuilt OSX 10.4 binary</li>
<li>Bugs fixes and other improvements</li>
</ul>

ASAP 1.2.1 is available on all Linux computers at ATNF Marsfield as well as the observatories. Binary versions are available for OS/X and Linux.

For more information on asap and binary downloads please see:

<a href="http://www.atnf.csiro.au/computing/software/asap">
http://www.atnf.csiro.au/computing/software/asap</a>

An asap users email list has also been setup,
asap-users@atnf.csiro.au. To subscribe send an email to
asap-users-request@atnf.csiro.au with the single word
<pre style="margin-left: 40px;">subscribe</pre>
in the body of the message.

You may subscribe more than one email address if you wish.
In your mail to asap-users-request@atnf.csiro.au, put one address per line, e.g.<pre>
subscribe foo@bar.com
subscribe baz@biff.edu
</pre>

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Added by Chris Phillips on 2005-12-12

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