This routine is a wrapper to 10 other routines: alm2map_sc_X, alm2map_sc_pre_X, alm2map_pol_X, alm2map_pol_pre1_X, alm2map_pol_pre2_X, where X stands for either s or d. These routines synthesize a HEALPix RING ordered temperature map (and if specified, polarisation maps) from input almT (and if specified almE and almB) values. The different routines are called dependent on what parameters are passed. Some routines synthesize maps with or without precomputed harmonics (note that since HEALPix v2.20 precomputed harmonics most likely won't speed up computation) and some with or without polarisation. The routines accept both single and double precision arrays for alm_TGC and map_TQU. The precision of these arrays should match.

Location in HEALPix directory tree: src/f90/mod/alm_tools.F90 


call alm2map*( nsmax, nlmax, nmmax, alm_TGC, map_TQU[, plm] )


name & dimensionality kind in/out description
nsmax I4B IN the Nside value of the map to synthesize.
nlmax I4B IN the maximum l value used for the alm.
nmmax I4B IN the maximum m value used for the alm.
alm_TGC(1:p, 0:nlmax, 0:nmmax) SPC or DPC IN The alm values to make the map from. p is 3 or 1 depending on wether polarisation is respectively included or not. In the former case, the first index runs from 1 to 3 corresponding to (T,E,B).

map_TQU(0:12*nsmax**2-1) SP or DP OUT if only a temperature map is to be synthesized, the map-array should be passed with this rank.
map_TQU(0:12*nsmax**2-1, 1:3) SP or DP OUT if both temperature an polarisation maps are to be synthesized, the map array should have this rank, where the second index is (1,2,3) corresponding to (T,Q,U).
plm(0:n_plm-1), OPTIONAL DP IN If this optional matrix is passed with this rank, precomputed $P_{lm}(\theta)$ are used instead of recursion. ( n_plm = nsmax*(nmmax+1)*(2*nlmax-nmmax+2)
plm(0:n_plm-1,1:3), OPTIONAL DP IN If this optional matrix is passed with this rank, precomputed $P_{lm}(\theta)$ AND precomputed tensor harmonics are used instead of recursion. (n_plm = nsmax*(nmmax+1)*(2*nlmax-nmmax+2)


use healpix_types
use pix_tools, only : nside2npix
use alm_tools, only : alm2map
integer(I4B) :: nside, lmax, mmax, npix, n_plm
real(SP), dimension(:,:), allocatable :: map
complex(SPC), dimension(:,:,:), allocatable :: alm
real(DP), dimension(:,:), allocatable :: plm
nside=256 ; lmax=512 ; mmax=lmax
call alm2map(nside, lmax, mmax, alm, map, plm)
Make temperature and polarisation maps from the scalar and tensor alm passed in alm. The maps have Nside of 256, and are constructed from alm values up to 512 in l and m. Since the optional plm array is passed with both precomputed $P_{lm}(\theta)$ AND tensor harmonics, there will be no recursions in the routine. However, this will most likely have a negative impact on execution speed.


This section lists the modules and routines used by alm2map*.

Performs FFT over m for synthesis of the rings.
compute_lam_mm, get_pixel_layout,
gen_lamfac,gen_mfac, gen_normpol,
gen_recfac, init_rescale, l_min_ylm
Ancillary routines used for Ylm recursion
module, containing:
routine to print error message, when an array can not be allocated properly
Note: Starting with version 2.20, libpsht routines will be called when precomputed Plm are not provided.


This section lists the routines related to alm2map*

routine generating a map and its derivatives from its alm
routine generating maps of arbitrary spin from their salm
executable using alm2map* to smooth maps
executable using alm2map* to synthesize maps.
routine performing the inverse transform of alm2map*.
routine to generate randomly distributed alm coefficients according to a given power spectrum
pixel_window, generate_beam
return the l-space HEALPix -pixel and beam window function respectively
modifies alm to emulate effect of real space filtering

Version 3.31, 2017-01-06