|NAIF Icy Toolkit Hypertext Documentation|
Introduction to the SPICE System - an introduction to the SPICE system.
Introduction to IDL Implementation of SPICE - an overview of the IDL version of SPICE, Icy.
Icy Toolkit Contents - a brief description of the Icy Toolkit layout and contents. (This version describes the Toolkit for Linux; Toolkits for other environments are similar.)
Most Used Icy APIs - a list of most frequently used Icy APIs grouped by category.
Icy API Reference Guide - a list of all Icy APIs with hyperlinks to API specific documentation.
Icy API Permuted Index - an index that helps identify the proper API based on functional requirements.
Required Reading Documents - the collection of reference documents describing the various SPICE subsystems. (Most of these documents cover CSPICE modules rather than Icy modules but provide general information applicable to both.)
User's Guides - the set of manuals for those applications included in the Icy Toolkit.
What's New in SPICE - a summary of additions and changes from one Toolkit version to the next.
naif.jpl.nasa.gov - the NAIF Web site providing SPICE data for various missions, additional SPICE utilities, documentation, and the Toolkit license and other important considerations contained within these rules.
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