The following is a list of IDL scripts compiled by AO staff.
They do not necessarily work in all cases, and come with no guarentee.

cursplot.pro
CURSPLOT,X,[Y]
A routine to interactively plot a 1 or 2 D array. Cursor position is printed, zooming in and out is handled by mouse. Some informational on plot data (max, min, stdev and mean). Print plot by clicking inside 'print' square.
Author: E. Muller
181 lines of code

hexpoint.pro
HEXPOINT
A program to calculate pointings for a hexagonal mapping scheme and return pointing list in AO pointing catalogue format and annotation file compatable with KVIS.
User inputs ra, dec, beamwidth, velocity, velocity frame and type.
Optional nyquist sampling.
Author: E. Muller
121 lines of code

gridpoint.pro
GRIDPOINT
A program to calculate pointings for a square grid mapping scheme and return pointing list in AO pointing catalogue format and annotation file compatable with KVIS.
User inputs ra, dec, beamwidth, velocity, velocity frame and type.
Optional nyquist sampling.
Author: E. Muller
 97 lines of code

roster_plot.pro
ROSTER_PLOT,M
A program to plot pointings as ra and dec, as stored in AO ICORR data.
Author : Snezana Stanimirovic (?)
37 lines of code

bin2tab.pro
BIN2TAB,"fname",intnum
A program to do a quick convert from WAPP BIN FITS output data to normal FITS so that XS can do a quick look.
Author : E Muller
87 lines of code

corflag.pro
dataout=CORFLAG("fname",boardnumber,polarisation number)
A program to do an interactive look and replacement of IC file datapoints. Not so much a flagging routine as an 'identify and replace bad data' routine. A mask can be returned so that further applications of the same mask can be applied - see the header of the file for instructions.
Author : E Muller
343 lines of code

rotate_surf.pro
rotate_surface,DATA,colmap=colormap_number
An interactive program to make a pretty colour surface of your data. The colour table can be explicitly selected with colmap. The dataset can be rotated by clicking and dragging with the first mouse button. The colour scale can be modified by clicking and dragging with the centre mouse button. Quit with the right mouse buttong
Author : E Muller
46 lines of code