AUTOPEAK, without an argument, is used to request automatic insertion of reference pointing scans based in information in the PEAKFILE (which can also be specified in the schedule input file using PEAKINIT). See the section on reference pointing for much more information. Note that specifying AUTOPEAK will cause SCHED to try to insert pointing scans, but does not guarantee that it will find scans at high enough frequency or with enough of a gap from the previous scan. Scans will be inserted when it has been at least 10 minutes since the last set of pointing measurements and when there is adequate time for one or two pointing patterns based on the dwell time in the PEAKFILE. This can be triggered by specifying specifying adequate gaps using GAP. In such circumstances, the pointing will be inserted during the specified gap. The minimum interval between the original scans will maintain the interval from GAP, but the pointing will be inserted during that time. The interval between the inserted pointing scans and the input scan will typically end up much less than GAP.