To display an image in GAIA use the following command (assuming that you are already initialized to use Starlink software):
% gaia image_nameAlternatively you can use the File menu to load an image.
If you want to display an image in an existing GAIA then use the invocation:
% gaiadisp image_nameYou can also write to a specific window using the clone number:
% gaiadisp image_name 2This displays into the window with title GAIA::SkyCat (2). If this window doesn't exist it will be created.
A list of images can be displayed in GAIA using the command:
% gaiadisp image_name1 image_name2 image_name3 ...These will be displayed in separate clones. Finally percentile or data cuts can be applied using the -p option or -l and -h options:
% gaiadisp -p 98 image_name1 image_name2 image_name3 ...
% gaiadisp -l 100 -h 200 image_name1 image_name2 image_name3 ...(works for the single image case too).
GAIA -- Graphical Astronomy and Image Analysis Tool