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Clean up Jupyter notebooks with PyCharm static code analysis #2119

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This PR does a bit of clean up in the Jupyter notebooks, looking through the warnings from PyCharm static code analysis (as mentioned in #2096).

It's mostly unused imports and a few unused variables, almost nothing turned up.

For tutorials/spectrum_models.ipynb and UserModel(SpectralModel) the recommendation was to call the super init. I guess it doesn't matter here, but depending on how the base classes are written it might matter in the future, so I did follow the suggestion. Sherpa and Astropy both also use this pattern of calling super().__init__ if an __init__ is defined.

@adonath - Please review.

@cdeil cdeil added this to the 0.12 milestone Apr 17, 2019

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Thanks @cdeil, looks good to me!

@adonath adonath merged commit ab578ad into gammapy:master Apr 17, 2019

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