The goddess Sif holds her long, golden hair while grain grows behind her in an illustration from 1897 In, Sif ( ) is a associated with earth. Sif is attested in the, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources, and the, written in the 13th century by, and in the poetry of. In both the Poetic Edda and the Prose Edda, Sif is the wife of the thunder god and is known for her. In the Prose Edda, Sif is named as the mother of the goddess by and of with a father whose name is not recorded. The Prose Edda also recounts that Sif once had her hair by, and that Thor forced Loki to have a golden headpiece made for Sif, resulting in not only Sif's golden tresses but also five other objects for other gods. Scholars have proposed that Sif's hair may represent fields of, that she may be associated with fertility, family, wedlock and/or that she is connected to, and that there may be an allusion to her role or possibly her name in the poem. Lokasenna (1895) by In stanzas 53 and 54 of the poem, after pouring Loki a crystal cup of during his series of insults towards the gods, Sif states that there is nothing Loki can say only in regard to her.
In response, claims that Sif has had an affair with him: Then Sif went forward and poured out mead for Loki into a crystal cup and said: Welcome now, Loki, and take the crystal cup full of ancient mead, you should admit, that of the children of the, that I alone am blameless. He took the horn and drank it down: That indeed you would be, if you were so, if you were shy and fierce towards men; I alone know, as I think I do now, your lover beside Thor, and that was the wicked Loki. Sif does not respond, and the exchange turns to. Sif is additionally mentioned in two kennings found in poems collected in the Poetic Edda; (where Thor is referred to as the 'Husband of Sif' thrice ), and (where Thor is once referred to as 'Husband of Sif' ). Prose Edda [ ].
A step by step guide to prepare WPS Sif File to transfer salaries through WPS. Definition --->WPS: Wages Protection System, SIF: Salary Information File. Standard Interchange Format, called SIF, is a geospatial data exchange format.A standard or neutral format used to move graphics files between DOD Project 2851 and is currently codified in Content Standard for Digital Geospatial Metadata maintained by the Federal Geographic Data Committee. A step by step guide to prepare WPS Sif File to transfer salaries through WPS. Definition --->WPS: Wages Protection System, SIF: Salary Information File. Having trouble opening SIF files? Learn the most common reasons why you can't open SIF files and how to open them quickly and easily.
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Hello together, I'm using this very handy script now for a few weeks without any problem. But today, for all my Andor files I measured today, I get this strange error: Error using sifread>readString (line 136) Inconsistent string. Error in sifread>readSection (line 100) info.dataType=readString(f); Error in sifread (line 51) [data,next]=readSection(f); Error in nscs_01_sifread (line 13) [data,back,ref]=sifread(filename) Error in run (line 57) evalin('caller', [s ';']); I think it's most likely an error of the Andor software, because I didn't change the matlab code at all. However, the Andor software didn't change as well!
Did anyone had a similar problem or knows which function can influence the error? The sif-files have the correct size and can be reopenend by the Andor software. Would be happy about any comment. Hello, I am an employee of Andor Technology. Currently we offer on our website (via registration) a Matlab SIF viewer.
This is updated with each release: You can download the latest version of the Matlab SIF Viewer; Go the bottom of the page of the site (), click 'Downloads'. Then click on the 'Log In' in the upper-right-hand corner, and register. An email will be sent to the email you used to register, click on the link inside the confirming email. You can find the latest version of the Matlab viewer among others in the 'Software' folder on the left hand side of the screen (). If you ever have any questions, please give us a call or contact us via our website.
We try to respond to all inquires as soon as possible. Warm Regards, Phil. We are also using an Andor iXon EMCCD and attempted to modify our code like Bradley Smith, replacing 'DV897_BV' with our model number, DU897_BV. We get the same error as Matt Baker does, namely Error using ==>sifread>readString at 136 Inconsistent string.
Error in ==>sifread>readSection at 100 info.dataType=readString(f); Error in ==>sifread at 51 [data,next]=readSection(f); but we are just testing the program with a single.sif image, not the kinetic.sif images (although we would like to build up to that point in the future). Any suggestions on how to fix this, or why we should have an inconsistent string error in a single image? @ Matt and users for SCMOS I used it to read the data from a cinetic Sif-File from an Andor SCMOS Camera. I have used sifread successfully to read single.sif images into matlab. I am interested now in loading in kinetic.sif images, that is,.sif files that have a 'stacked' set of many images (up to 5000 frames). Is this implementable?
It is not clear to me how Andor break up the stacked images. Running sifread on a test kinetic sif breaks down with the following error (when readstring is called as a function on line 101 - info.imageAxis=readString(f):??? Error using ==>sifread>readString at 136 Inconsistent string. Error in ==>sifread>readSection at 100 info.dataType=readString(f); Error in ==>sifread at 51 [data,next]=readSection(f); Does anyone know the details of the.sif kinetic format? Thanks, Matt.
I modified the original program by M. The modified program is able to read sif files generated by the Andor Solis program ver.
4.9.30004.0 (iCCD - iStar DH734 18mm 1024-1024). I'm Luca user. But when I downloaded the file, there are some dim-mismatch. So, I corrected it a little to my Luca.
I checked with Hex editor and new Andor SOLIS. Now, I`m processing more than 100,000 images with this program. Thank you Marcel Leutenegger. Dear all, thanks for the comments.
It seems the SIF reader is of interest to quite a number of people:-) Meanwhile, I got a few more feedbacks concerning compatibility issues. The SIF format typically changes a bit with new Andor SOLIS releases.
That is it would be more robust to check for the file version than the detector type. If none of the comments above helps, you may try the following: After 129: info.shutterTime=fscanf(f,'%f',[1 2]); 130: skipLines(f,13); 131.133: comment out 147: for n=0:z% one more comment? 155:% skipBytes(f,2);% no time-stamp? Otherwise, open a small SIF file with an ASCII/Hex editor and compare with the program.