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Revision: 1.1, Fri Dec 12 13:49:38 2014 UTC (3 years, 10 months ago) by tplarson
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: Ver_LATEST, Ver_9-2, Ver_9-1, Ver_9-0, Ver_8-8, Ver_8-7, Ver_8-12, Ver_8-11, Ver_8-10, HEAD
jsd's for processing labels corr1-corr9

#=====General Series Information=====
Seriesname:      	su_tplarson.corr_vw_V_sht_gaps
Author:          	"tim larson"
Owner:           	tplarson
Unitsize:        	100
Archive:         	0
Retention:       	10000
StagingRetention:	3
Tapegroup:       	0
PrimeKeys:       	T_START, NDT, TAG
DBIndex:         	T_START, NDT, TAG
Description:     	"window functions for raw timeseries"


Keyword:T_START, time, ts_slot, record, -4712.01.01_11:59:28_TAI, "0", "TAI", "beginning of time period"
Keyword:T_START_step, float, constant, record, 86400.0, "%.1f", "seconds", "T_START step, =1d"
Keyword:T_START_unit, string, constant, record, "secs", "%s", "none", "T_START step unit"
Keyword:T_START_epoch, time, constant, record, 1993.01.01_00:00:00_TAI, "0", "TAI", "beginning of slot 0 (MDI epoch)"
Keyword:T_START_round, float, constant, record, 60.0, "%.1f", "seconds", "= T_STEP"
Keyword:NDT, int, variable, record, -1, "%d", "none", "number of points in timeseries"
Keyword:TAG, string, variable, record, "none", "%s", "none", "label"
Keyword:DUTYCYCL, float, variable, record, nan, "%.4f", "none", "duty cycle"
Keyword:T_STOP, time, variable, record, -4712.01.01_11:59:28_TAI, "0", "TAI", "beginning of following time period"
Keyword:T_OBS, time, variable, record, -4712.01.01_11:59:28_TAI, "0", "TAI", "midpoint of timeseries, =(T_START+T_STOP)/2"
Keyword:T_STEP, float, constant, record, 60.0, "%.1f", "seconds", "time step"
Keyword:DATE, time, variable, record, -4712.01.01_11:59:28Z, "0", "ISO", "time the record was last updated, ISO format"

Data: gaps, vardim, char, 1, 0, "none", fits, "", 0.000000, 1.000000, "zero for bad data, nonzero for good"

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