Source code for gammapy.catalog.core

# Licensed under a 3-clause BSD style license - see LICENSE.rst
"""Source catalog and object base classes."""
import abc
import numbers
from copy import deepcopy
import numpy as np
from astropy.coordinates import SkyCoord
from astropy.utils import lazyproperty
from gammapy.maps import TimeMapAxis
from gammapy.modeling.models import Models
from gammapy.utils.table import table_from_row_data, table_row_to_dict

__all__ = ["SourceCatalog", "SourceCatalogObject"]

class Bunch(dict):
    def __init__(self, **kw):
        dict.__init__(self, kw)

def format_flux_points_table(table):
    for column in table.colnames:
        if column.startswith(("dnde", "eflux", "flux", "e2dnde", "ref")):
            table[column].format = ".3e"
        elif column.startswith(
            ("e_min", "e_max", "e_ref", "sqrt_ts", "norm", "ts", "stat")
            table[column].format = ".3f"

    return table

[docs]class SourceCatalogObject: """Source catalog object. This class can be used directly, but it is mostly used as a base class for the other source catalog classes. The catalog data on this source is stored in the `` attribute as a dict. The source catalog object is decoupled from the source catalog, it doesn't hold a reference back to it, except for a key ``_row_index`` of type ``int`` that links to the catalog table row the source information comes from. """ _source_name_key = "Source_Name" _row_index_key = "_row_index" def __init__(self, data, data_extended=None): = Bunch(**data) if data_extended: self.data_extended = Bunch(**data_extended) @property def name(self): """Source name (str)""" name =[self._source_name_key] return name.strip() @property def row_index(self): """Row index of source in catalog (int)""" return[self._row_index_key] @property def position(self): """Source position (`~astropy.coordinates.SkyCoord`).""" table = table_from_row_data([]) return _skycoord_from_table(table)[0]
[docs]class SourceCatalog(abc.ABC): """Generic source catalog. This class can be used directly, but it is mostly used as a base class for the other source catalog classes. This is a thin wrapper around `~astropy.table.Table`, which is stored in the ``catalog.table`` attribute. Parameters ---------- table : `~astropy.table.Table` Table with catalog data. source_name_key : str Column with source name information source_name_alias : tuple of str Columns with source name aliases. This will allow accessing the source row by alias names as well. """
[docs] @classmethod @abc.abstractmethod def description(cls): """Catalog description (str).""" pass
source_object_class = SourceCatalogObject """Source class (`SourceCatalogObject`).""" def __init__(self, table, source_name_key="Source_Name", source_name_alias=()): self.table = table self._source_name_key = source_name_key self._source_name_alias = source_name_alias def __str__(self): return ( f"{self.__class__.__name__}:\n" f" name: {}\n" f" description: {self.description}\n" f" sources: {len(self.table)}\n" ) @lazyproperty def _name_to_index_cache(self): # Make a dict for quick lookup: source name -> row index names = {} for idx, row in enumerate(self.table): name = row[self._source_name_key] names[name.strip()] = idx for alias_column in self._source_name_alias: for alias in str(row[alias_column]).split(","): if not alias == "": names[alias.strip()] = idx return names
[docs] def row_index(self, name): """Look up row index of source by name. Parameters ---------- name : str Source name Returns ------- index : int Row index of source in table """ index = self._name_to_index_cache[name] row = self.table[index] # check if name lookup is correct other wise recompute _name_to_index_cache possible_names = [row[self._source_name_key]] for alias_column in self._source_name_alias: possible_names += str(row[alias_column]).split(",") if name not in possible_names: self.__dict__.pop("_name_to_index_cache") index = self._name_to_index_cache[name] return index
[docs] def source_name(self, index): """Look up source name by row index. Parameters ---------- index : int Row index of source in table """ source_name_col = self.table[self._source_name_key] name = source_name_col[index] return name.strip()
def __getitem__(self, key): """Get source by name. Parameters ---------- key : str or int Source name or row index Returns ------- source : `SourceCatalogObject` An object representing one source """ if isinstance(key, str): index = self.row_index(key) elif isinstance(key, numbers.Integral): index = key elif isinstance(key, np.ndarray) and key.dtype == bool: new = deepcopy(self) new.table = self.table[key] return new else: raise TypeError(f"Invalid key: {key!r}, {type(key)}\n") return self._make_source_object(index) def _make_source_object(self, index): """Make one source object. Parameters ---------- index : int Row index Returns ------- source : `SourceCatalogObject` Source object """ data = table_row_to_dict(self.table[index]) data[SourceCatalogObject._row_index_key] = index hist_table = getattr(self, "hist_table", None) hist2_table = getattr(self, "hist2_table", None) if hist_table: data["time_axis"] = TimeMapAxis.from_table(hist_table, format="fermi-fgl") if hist2_table: data["time_axis_2"] = TimeMapAxis.from_table( hist2_table, format="fermi-fgl" ) if "Extended_Source_Name" in data: name_extended = data["Extended_Source_Name"].strip() elif "Source_Name" in data: name_extended = data["Source_Name"].strip() else: name_extended = None try: idx = self._lookup_extended_source_idx[name_extended] data_extended = table_row_to_dict(self.extended_sources_table[idx]) except (KeyError, AttributeError): data_extended = None source = self.source_object_class(data, data_extended) return source @lazyproperty def _lookup_extended_source_idx(self): names = [_.strip() for _ in self.extended_sources_table["Source_Name"]] idx = range(len(names)) return dict(zip(names, idx)) @property def positions(self): """Source positions (`~astropy.coordinates.SkyCoord`).""" return _skycoord_from_table(self.table)
[docs] def to_models(self, **kwargs): """Create Models object from catalogue""" return Models([_.sky_model(**kwargs) for _ in self])
def _skycoord_from_table(table): keys = table.colnames if {"RAJ2000", "DEJ2000"}.issubset(keys): lon, lat, frame = "RAJ2000", "DEJ2000", "icrs" elif {"RA", "DEC"}.issubset(keys): lon, lat, frame = "RA", "DEC", "icrs" elif {"ra", "dec"}.issubset(keys): lon, lat, frame = "ra", "dec", "icrs" else: raise KeyError("No column GLON / GLAT or RA / DEC or RAJ2000 / DEJ2000 found.") unit = table[lon].unit.to_string() if table[lon].unit else "deg" return SkyCoord(table[lon], table[lat], unit=unit, frame=frame)