TiRiFiC is an open source project. We provide the source code on this web page. You can download and modify TiRiFiC to your likings, provided that if you publish a modification, your code is also published as open software (free of charge and open-source). We are happy about any contributors to the project (especially, if we get contacted by them).
TiRiFiC can be obtained from the www pages or, alternatively, from its github repository https://github.com/gigjozsa/tirific. Downloading from github has the advantage that the latest binary, compiled under Ubuntu 16.04, is also included in the repository and can be tried as a working solution before going through the installation steps. Alternatively we describe how to use a packaged version under Ubuntu 16.04.
|Current version||Download full installation||Download patch update||Changes|
|2.3.11||tirific_2.3.11.tar.gz||tirific_2.3.11.patch.tar.gz||Bugfix: drawing of horiontal and vertical lines was not possible and finally got rid of the "got here" message|
|Previous version||Download full installation||Download patch update||Changes|
|2.3.10||tirific_2.3.10.tar.gz||tirific_2.3.10.patch.tar.gz||Bugfixes in plotting routines (Overlay of additional parameters lead to a crash).|
|2.3.9||tirific_2.3.9.tar.gz||tirific_2.3.9.patch.tar.gz||Removed several memory leaks (TiRiFiC should run without memory leakage now, apart from something apparently generated within wcs: 4 bytes).|
|2.3.8||tirific_2.3.8.tar.gz||tirific_2.3.8.patch.tar.gz||Added RESTARTID parameter.|
|2.3.7||tirific_2.3.7.tar.gz||tirific_2.3.7.patch.tar.gz||Changes in tirific build. No functional changes or debugging.|
|2.3.6||tirific_2.3.6.tar.gz||tirific_2.3.6.patch.tar.gz||Minor changes in Makefiles to allow seamless compilation of qfits.|
|2.3.5||tirific_2.3.5.tar.gz||tirific_2.3.5.patch.tar.gz||Synchronizing with github repository. No functional changes.|
|2.3.4||tirific_2.3.4.tar.gz||tirific_2.3.4.patch.tar.gz||Provide defaults for input of fit control parameters.|
|2.3.3||tirific_2.3.3.tar.gz||tirific_2.3.3.patch.tar.gz||Bugfix: Wrong direction of velocity axis if cdelt3 is negative. Convenience: Nonstandard keyword FREQ0 treated as RESTFREQ.|
|2.3.1||tirific_2.3.1.tar.gz||tirific_2.3.1.patch.tar.gz||Bugfix and inclusion of nonlinear interpolation in tirdef output.|
|2.3.0||tirific_2.3.0.tar.gz||tirific_2.3.0.patch.tar.gz||Included nonlinear interpolation.|
|2.2.5||tirific_2.2.5.tar.gz||tirific_2.2.5.patch.tar.gz||Included PSwarm minimiser.|
|2.2.4||tirific_2.2.4.tar.gz||tirific_2.2.4.patch.tar.gz||Changed character of TIRSMO output (now Hanning instead of median filtering), made TIRLEN parameter the length of Hanning window.|
|2.2.3||tirific_2.2.3.tar.gz||tirific_2.2.3.patch.tar.gz||Minor bugfixes: i) Output deffile could not have the same name as input deffile. New Feature: Made COOLGAL output fully functional, included COOLBIN parameter.|
|2.2.2||tirific_2.2.2.tar.gz||tirific_2.2.2.patch.tar.gz||Minor bugfixes: i) restart capability was broken for SuSE because of delayed read of files. ii) more header items copied across to make a use of model and original data cube in kvis possible.|
|2.2.0||tirific_2.2.0.tar.gz||tirific_2.2.0.patch.tar.gz||Change to standalone version. Input is FITS format now, GIPSY is not used any more. TiRiFiC is a command-line tool. Included parameters DEFFILE, PROMPT, and RESTARTNAME. Minor bugfixes.|
|2.1.5||tirific_2.1.5.tar.gz||tirific_2.1.5.patch.tar.gz||Last GIPSY version. Bugfixes harmonic terms in radial and tangential velocity.|
|2.1.4||tirific_2.1.4.tar.gz||tirific_2.1.4.patch.tar.gz||Introduced harmonic terms in radial and tangential velocity, introduced onset height above plane for change in velocity with z.|
|2.1.3||tirific_2.1.3.tar.gz||tirific_2.1.3.patch.tar.gz||Minor bugfix (before, compilation using PBCORR = NO in settings file failed).|
|2.1.2||tirific_2.1.2.tar.gz||tirific_2.1.2.patch.tar.gz||New parameter NDISKS= to determine the number of disks at runtime.|
|2.1.1||tirific_2.1.1.tar.gz||tirific_2.1.1.patch.tar.gz||First public version of TiRiFiC 2.1|
An installation is in theory possible for every Unix version, since TiRiFiC is written in nearly pure ISO C (some non-ISO but POSIX is used). No other operating system is supported.
Contact Gyula Józsa.