The VieVS Manual section in this Wiki is currently based on the official VieVS - Version 2.2 user manual. This document is available as downloadable PDF file on the VieVS webpage in the publications section.
This manual provides a brief overview of the VieVS software. If you are new to VieVS and just want to get sessions analyzed you can use the exercises provided, where you can follow the work flow step by step. If you want more details about the Software you can visit the user guide chapter.
A separate chapter provides details about different data being used in VLBI analysis and how they are used in VieVS.
Some known errors and problems which might occur when using VieVS are listed in the problems sections. This section is intedet to be updated by the users, when new VieVS realated errors occure.
An introduction into Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) can be found in the VLBI fundamentals chapter.
The VieVS-VLBI module is available from GitHub: https://github.com/TUW-VieVS/VLBI
The most recent version of the software is now available for everyone without any registration and will be continuously updated on GitHub. It can be cloned and pulled using Git (a free and open source distributed version control system) or simply downloaded as ZIP.
Please refer to https://github.com/TUW-VieVS/VLBI/blob/develop/README.md to see how to get started.
All software parts are open source. Feel free to use and modify the source code according to your needs and in accordance with the terms of the GNU General Public License v3.0. We are open for comments, bug-reports and of course questions (if they cannot be solved using the documentations).
Once you downloaded VieVS move the whole directory to the desired destination and start
Matlab. After Matalb is started make the VieVS/WORK/ directory to your Current Folder in
vievs in the Command Window starts the interface of VieVS.
To run an older version of VieVS, for example 1d or 2.1, type:
vievs('21'). This requires that the desired version of VieVS is installed.