function [FFCoeff,ZeroCountImage]=FlatFieldCoefficients(FlatFieldImage)
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% FLAT FIELD COEFFICIENTS
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% Very simple script to take an averaged image, and get the flat-field
% coefficients from it. This is done by finding the image mean, then
% dividing this by the individual pixel values. Any pixels with
% zero value in the original flat-field image will give Inf results after
% this step, so we set these back to zero.
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% As well as returning the flat field coefficients, we also return the
% logical array showing the dead pixels, so that we can deal with them
% later
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% Note that when finding the mean pixel value, we want to ignore the pixels
% which are zero, since we will have to deal with these separately.
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% Find the pixels with zero counts
ZeroCountImage=(FlatFieldImage==0);
MeanPixelVal=mean(FlatFieldImage(~ZeroCountImage))
ImageStdDev=std(FlatFieldImage(~ZeroCountImage))
% Create the flat field coefficients. Do this by dividing the mean by the
% pixel values.
MeanImage=ones(256,256).*MeanPixelVal;
FFCoeff=MeanImage./FlatFieldImage;
% Then, we need to set the appropriate pixels to one using logical
% subscripting. Note that we choose one so that any alternative processing
% done to, say, the dead columns doesn't get clobbered by the FF correction
FFCoeff(ZeroCountImage)=1;
%{
Example code for correcting an image
Planar_edgeraw_THL401=MeanImage('MTF_mask_fullbeam1_THL401_12keV_',0,99);
Planar_fullbeam4_THL401=MeanImage('MTF_fullbeam4_THL401_12keV_',0,99);
[Planar_FFCoeff_THL401,Planar_ZeroCountImage_THL401]=FlatFieldCoefficients(Planar_fullbeam4_THL401);
Planar_edgecorrect_THL401=Planar_edgeraw_THL401.*Planar_FFCoeff_THL401;
%}