Scripts are instructions that can be written for Pixinsight to execute a series of tasks. This can be helpful if you have a project that requires the same things to happen repetitively.
Within the standard edition of Pixinsight, several scripts have already been written for your use. These can be accessed through the pull-down menu “script” and then the submenu such as “Utilities” and then ultimately, the script you wish to, for example, “LinearDefectDetection.”
One of the best places to learn how a script for Pixinsight works is by opening up the submenu choice of “edit Scripts” and examine a .js file. If you’re not a programmer, it will look incredibly daunting. But, with a desire to learn and much patience, you can make Pixinsight do your bidding.
Jarmo Ruuth of this community has written a script named “AutoIntegrate.js.” It automates much of the inbound processing of the Integration of images. This script and a description of what it does and how to use it is found at https://ruuth.xyz/AutoIntegrateInfo.html
On some rainy evening @telescopelive sites, you may want to delve into the mysteries and capabilities of scripting.