Segmentation maps built, directories reorganized
NoiseChisel is now run on the original HST images and the object labeled image is then warped to the MUSE resolution and prepared to derive the segmentation maps. To make the prerequisite management of the final catalog much more easier, the final cutouts of both MUSE and HST are now in the same directory, only differing with a `-m.fits' or `-h.fits' suffix. The segmentation maps also follow the same naming convention, however, since the segmentation map is identical, the `-m.fits' file is actually a symbolic link to the `-h.fits' file.
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