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10.2.4 One-Dimensional $\nu$ Flag Spectrum

The 1-D $\nu$ flag spectrum is derived from the flag values in the high-dispersion SF. No attempt is made to screen out flags for pixels which do not contribute a significant enough fraction of the total flux. Consequently, in high-dispersion the final 1-D $\nu$ flag value for a given wavelength sample is simply the sum of all unique individual flags for the pixels in the boxcar slit at that wavelength.

Karen Levay