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Astronomy Fits format and gif.save(path)

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In what library would I find gif.save(path), where path is the name and path
of a file, and the method would produce a file in a gif format?

Is there a fits.save(path) somewhere? fits is commonly used in astronomical
work.
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Wayne Watson (Nevada City, CA)

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Mar 28 '08 #1
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W. Watson wrote:
In what library would I find gif.save(path), where path is the name and path
of a file, and the method would produce a file in a gif format?

Is there a fits.save(path) somewhere? fits is commonly used in astronomical
work.
You may want to install PIL (the Python Image Library) for this:

http://www.pythonware.com/products/pil/
Mar 28 '08 #2

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