Difference: AnalysisOfFermiDataWithEnrico (7 vs. 8)

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Introduction to the Fermi analysis

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  This will make an output file called nohup.out. If you want to save your file to a specific name, try this:
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nohup <command> runs the command with nohup. Because nohup doesn't need to stay connected, rather than outputting its contents into the terminal window, it outputs into a file. You can tell it what file to output with the > <filename>.out part of the command. The > says "take the output of this and put it into this file." The quotes in the command are important, as they ensure nohup is being applied to the whole command, not just the enrico_lc portion.
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nohup <command> runs the command with nohup. Because nohup doesn't need to stay connected, rather than outputting its contents into the terminal window, it outputs into a file. You can tell it what file to output with the > <filename>.out part of the command. The > says "take the output of this and put it into this file." bash -c executes the command in quotes ensuring nohup is being applied to the whole command, not just the enrico_lc portion.
 

Running the SED creator

Once the xml file is created, run the SED step of the analysis to calculate the energy spectrum (which is the number of photons detected by Fermi from this source per unit area, unit time and unit energy) of PG 1553 during the time period considered:

 
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