Description / Purpose
The configuration files are written in order to be able to select the working dir, the data to be processed and also to tune processing parameters. It is recommended for configuration files to have explicit names or to be saved in folders with explicit names, in order to directly identify the specific parameters (e.g. Flight_39_t_incoh_50ms.cfg)
The configuration files are separated in two files:
- One flight containing campaign and processing specific data.
- One file containing flight specific data, calling the flight/processing file
The configuration files are written in plain text, following the YAML specifications. The basic fields will be described in this section, while the module dependant settings will be detailed in the corresponding module description, under the “input” section.
Flight configuration file
Down below is an example of a commented flight configuration file ( flight_conf.yaml ) with all the available keywords and their definition.
Processing configuration file
Down below is an example of a commented processing configuration file ( proc_conf.yaml ) with all the available keywords and their definition.