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       AOQuality - Handle AOFlagger measurement set quality statistics


       aoquality <action> [options]


       help   Get more info about an action (usage: 'aoquality help <action>')

       collect [-c/-tf/-h] <ms> [quack timesteps] [list of antennae]
              The  collect  action  will  go over a whole measurement set and collect the default
              statistics. It will write  the  results  in  the  quality  subtables  of  the  main
              measurement set.

              Currently, the default statistics are: RFIRatio, Count, Mean, SumP2, DCount, DMean,

              The subtables that will be updated are: QUALITY_KIND_NAME,  QUALITY_TIME_STATISTIC,

              -c will use the CORRECTED_DATA column.  and writes them in the quality tables.

       combine <target_ms> [<in_ms> [<in_ms> ..]
              This  will  read all given input measurement sets, combine the statistics and write
              the results to a target measurement set. The  target  measurement  set  should  not
              exist beforehand.

       histogram <query> <ms>
              Various histogram actions.

              Query  can  be:  rfislope - performs linear regression on the part of the histogram
              that should contain the RFI.  Reports one value per polarisation.

              Display a list of possible statistic kinds.

       query_b <kind> <ms>
              Prints the given statistic for each baseline.

       query_t <kind> <ms>
              Print the given statistic for each time step.

       query_f <kind> <ms>
              Print the given statistic for each frequency.

       query_g <kind> <ms>
              Print the given statistic for this measurement set.

       remove [ms]
              Completely remove all quality tables from the measurement set.

       summarize <ms>
              Gives a summary of the statistics in the measurement set.

              Give a summary of the rfi statistics.

       A few actions take a statistic kind. Some common statistic kinds  are:  StandardDeviation,
       Variance,  Mean,  RFIPercentage, RFIRatio, Count. These are case sensitive. Run 'aoquality
       liststats' for a full list.