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 Example usage: Example usage:
-<​code>/​usr2/​st/​bin/​spec_plan2.pl -c x_band_12m_cals.txt -b boresol_ke.txt -a Ho<​code>​ +<​code>/​usr2/​st/​bin/​spec_plan2.pl -c x_band_12m_cals.txt -b boresol_ke.txt -a Ho</code> 
-where ''​-c''​ refers to the source catalogue, ''​-b''​ is the list of pointing solutions and ''​-a''​ is the antenna/​site you're observing from. The input files listed above are currently in the home directory of ops4 as an example.+where ''​-c''​ refers to the source catalogue, ''​-b''​ is the list of pointing solutions and ''​-a''​ is the antenna/​site you're observing from. 
  
 A PGPLOT window will start up showing how the sky looks at the moment. Green triangles indictae calibration sources (the bigger the triangle the brighter the source). Moving the cursor close to a source of interest and pressing ''​c''​ will tell you the name and coordinates of the source. Press ''​h''​ to get a full list of options. The grey ''​+''​ symbols show where pointing solutions have been found recently. A PGPLOT window will start up showing how the sky looks at the moment. Green triangles indictae calibration sources (the bigger the triangle the brighter the source). Moving the cursor close to a source of interest and pressing ''​c''​ will tell you the name and coordinates of the source. Press ''​h''​ to get a full list of options. The grey ''​+''​ symbols show where pointing solutions have been found recently.
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