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Fix containment fraction issue for table PSF #837



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@JouvinLea JouvinLea commented Jan 11, 2017

There was a small bug for the psf if a PSF3D type... I don't know in the test test_extract in spectrum/test how to force the test to use the PSF3D psf in the gammapy_extra repository to test this?

Lea Jouvin
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@cdeil cdeil commented Jan 17, 2017

@JouvinLea - As discussed on Slack, I'm merging this now, and we'll both think about a better long-term solution.

Having an if / else when processing the different PSFs isn't nice. At the moment, in practice we have these two:

Adding an offset=None argument to PSF3D. to_energy_dependent_table_psf might be better. But then why offer resampling capability in offset, but not energy at that point?

And also -- offset is very confusing, I think we already agreed to rename offset wrt. source position to rad consistently in Gammapy to follow .
@adonath @joleroi @JouvinLea - Agreed or do you have a different naming proposal?

@cdeil cdeil merged commit d4e09c6 into gammapy:master Jan 17, 2017
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@cdeil cdeil changed the title Fix issue for PSFtable3D for the containment fraction correction for the Full IRF Fix containment fraction issue for table PSF Jan 27, 2017
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