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Re: ICUR Library

landsman@my-deja.com wrote:
> p.a.howell@larc.nasa.gov wrote
> >Has the ICUR library moved? When trying to access these procedures, I
> >get
> >Sorry, unable to open file
> >'/host/bluemoon/usr2/idllib/contrib/icur/ploterb.pro'
> One place the ICUR Library is still available is at
> ftp://moriarty.cofc.edu/pub/neff/icur/
> But this code is now pretty obsolete.   A newer package I like which
> does a lot of the same things (1-d spectra continuum normalization,
> equivalent widths, line fitting...) is the IDL software for FUSE
> (Far-ultraviolet spectrscopic Explorer) available at
> http://fuse.pha.jhu.edu/archive/sw/
> --Wayne Landsman                         landsman@mpb.gsfc.nasa.gov

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> Before you buy.

Obsolete or not, the most up to date version of ICUR is at


and its still works!

Fred Walter