Display the filters applied to a dataset
show_filter([id, outfile=None, clobber=False] )
The show_filter command displays the filters which are currently applied to the data.
- id - the id of the dataset to use; default is to show filter information for all available datasets.
- outfile - name of the file in which to store the information
- clobber - a Boolean switch which indicates whether or not the 'outfile' should be overwritten, if the file already exists; default=False
The command output looks like:
Data Set Filter: 1 0.2993-7.0007 Energy (keV)
Print the filter information to the screen for all datasets.
sherpa> show_filter(2, "sherpa.filter", True)
Write the filter information for dataset id=2 to the file "sherpa.filter", clobbering any existing file with the same name.
Changes in CIAO 4.12
PAGER environment variable is no-longer used
Paging of the screen output is now handled by Python rather than using an external tool defined by the PAGER environment variable. This means that paged output should now appear in Jupyter notebooks.
See the bugs pages on the Sherpa website for an up-to-date listing of known bugs.
- get_filter, ignore, ignore2d, ignore2d_id, ignore_bad, ignore_id, notice, notice2d, notice2d_id, notice_id
- list_bkg_ids, list_functions, show_all, show_bkg_model, show_bkg_source, show_conf, show_covar, show_data, show_fit, show_method, show_model, show_proj, show_source, show_stat