# FaucherSpiral#

class gammapy.astro.population.FaucherSpiral[source]#

Milky way spiral arm used in Faucher et al (2006).

Attributes Summary

Methods Summary

 `__call__`(radius[, blur, random_state]) Draw random position from spiral arm distribution. `radius`(theta, spiralarm_index) Radius for a given angle. `theta`(radius, spiralarm_index) Angle for a given radius. `xy_position`([theta, radius, spiralarm_index]) Compute (x, y) position for a given angle or radius.

Attributes Documentation

k = <Quantity [4.25, 4.25, 4.89, 4.89] rad>#
r_0 = <Quantity [3.48, 3.48, 4.9 , 4.9 ] kpc>#
spiralarms = array(['Norma', 'Carina Sagittarius', 'Perseus', 'Crux Scutum'],       dtype='<U18')#
theta_0 = <Quantity [1.57, 4.71, 4.09, 0.95] rad>#

Methods Documentation

Draw random position from spiral arm distribution.

Returns the corresponding angle theta[rad] to a given radius[kpc] and number of spiral arm. Possible numbers are:

• Norma = 0,

• Carina Sagittarius = 1,

• Perseus = 2

• Crux Scutum = 3.

Parameters
random_state{int, ‘random-seed’, ‘global-rng’, `RandomState`}

Defines random number generator initialisation. Passed to `get_random_state`. Default is ‘random-seed’.

Returns
Returns dx and dy, if blurring= true.

Parameters
theta`Quantity`

Angle (deg).

spiralarm_indexint

Spiral arm index.

Returns
radius`ndarray`

Parameters
radius`Quantity`

spiralarm_indexint

Spiral arm index.

Returns
theta`ndarray`

Angle (deg).

Compute (x, y) position for a given angle or radius.

Parameters
theta`Quantity`, optional

Angle (deg). Default is None.

radius`Quantity`, optional

x, y`ndarray`