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Re: Pattern subtraction scripts
« Reply #15 on: 2019 October 14 15:43:40 »
Vincent,

Great script, as usual.  One question.  I did not see any definition of the imageShift parameter.  What criteria should I use to modify that value?

Thanks,

Jim
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Re: Pattern subtraction scripts
« Reply #16 on: 2019 November 10 12:26:32 »
Hi Vicent!
We have added to your script
LinearDefectDetection and
LinearPatternSubtraction
User Interfaces, so the Script does not need to be touched with Script Editor anymore.

We are asking for your permission to use your extended script in presentations at our next Austrian
PixInsight Meeting in April 2020. On an "as is" base.
It works on the active image or on images in a directory very nicely.

I have sent you with separate E-Mail the image of the UI for LPS.

Please let us know.

Gerald Wechselberger PI Austria

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Re: Pattern subtraction scripts
« Reply #17 on: 2019 November 11 03:33:42 »
Hi Gerald,

That is great news!  I look forward to not needing to modify the script.

All the best,

Walt

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Re: Pattern subtraction scripts
« Reply #18 on: 2019 November 11 06:07:29 »
Cannot wait to try the new interface. I've struggled, and had limited success, with out-right modifying the script. But I could make good use of it, that for certain!
Alex

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Re: Pattern subtraction scripts
« Reply #19 on: 2019 November 11 07:42:38 »
Alex, Walt,
We are ready.
We need only the permission of Vicent to give away the extendend scripts on an "as is" base.
Gerald

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Re: Pattern subtraction scripts
« Reply #20 on: 2019 November 13 08:10:18 »
Hi,

Thank you so much for adding the GUI!

I'm currently writing an article for the website describing the scripts. I also made some improvements to the code and corrected some bugs. With a bit of luck it won't affect too much the GUI related code.

I'll upload my new code as soon as posible.


Thank you again.
Best regards,
Vicent.

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Re: Pattern subtraction scripts
« Reply #21 on: 2019 November 14 21:45:25 »
Hi all!

Vincent, I recently added the UIs for your scripts (as Gerald and Franz told) and had to modify your scripts to open and execute the configuration dialog.

I added the UI to my github-account open for public use: LDD_UI.jsh and LPS_UI.jsh

My repository on github: https://github.com/chkettu/pi-repository

Please let me know, if I can help you to integrate the UI into the newly modified / reworked scripts.

Best,
Chris.

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Re: Pattern subtraction scripts
« Reply #22 on: 2020 January 03 11:19:45 »
Vicent,

Just wanted to thank you for this incredibly useful script.  I just switched to a used FLI Microline 16803 which is a great CCD except for the obvious vertical pattern defects, especially a prominent one almost dead center in the chip.  It was a painstaking chore to fix this by conventional methods but the scripts cure the defects without a hitch.  I simply created a master defect map and now apply it to every sub image to clean them to near perfection.

Thanks so much for this and all your other great work.  It is highly appreciated.

Best,

Jim
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