Recipes for IDL

IDL, short for Interactive Data Language, is a programming language used for data analysis.  It is not public but expensive, and so gets replaced by Python.  Traditionally, IDL is popular in astronomy and medical imaging.  In solar physics the large SolarSoft library makes IDL a must until its portage to Python is complete.

Simple IDL instruction  for astronomy students:   [.txt]   [.pdf]   [.html]

My IDL programs for datacube analysis with an instruction  for DOT students:   [.txt]   [.pdf]   [.html]   [zip of all files]

My IDL programs for image and image sequence manipulation and analysis

My IDL programs for image sequences in fits files

My IDL programs to process DOT image sequences     (DOT = Dutch Open Telescope)

My IDL programs to process SST image sequences     (SST = Swedish 1-m Solar Telescope)

My IDL programs to get and co-align SDO image sequences     (SDO = Solar Dynamics Observatory,   manual:  [.txt]   [.pdf]   [.html])

My IDL programs for RH input and output processing     (RH = H.  Uitenbroek's spectrum synthesis program RH)

My IDL programs for LTE line formation     (LTE = Local Thermodynamic Equilibrium)

My IDL library tree:   collected in a zip file      link to the top      link to explanations

My IDLWAVE setup in .emacs

Rob Rutten 2018-05-26