Add a column to a crate given a name and array of values
add_colvals(crate, colname, colvals, unit=None, desc=None)
Adds a column with a name of colname and contents of colvals - which should be an array - to the table crate. If the unit argument is not None then it is a string listing the units of the column. If desc is not None then it is used as the description of the column.
Loading the routine
The routine can be loaded into Python by saying:
from crates_contrib.utils import *
>>> cr = read_file('table.dat') >>> c = get_colvals(cr, 'counts') >>> t = get_colvals(cr, 'exposure') >>> add_colvals(cr, 'rate', c/t, unit='s**-1') >>> write_file(cr, 'table.dat', clobber=True)
Here we add the column "rate", defined as counts/exposure, to the table and then overwrite the original file.
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