Adaptively group to a minimum number of counts.
group_adapt(id, min=None, bkg_id=None, maxLength=None, tabStops=None) id - int or str, optional min - int bkg_id - int or str, optional maxLength - int, optional tabStops - array of int or bool, optional
Combine the data so that each bin contains `min` or more counts. The difference to `group_counts` is that this algorithm starts with the bins with the largest signal, in order to avoid over-grouping bright features, rather than at the first channel of the data. The adaptive nature means that low-count regions between bright features may not end up in groups with the minimum number of counts. The binning scheme is applied to all the channels, but any existing filter - created by the `ignore` or `notice` set of functions - is re-applied after the data has been grouped.
Group the default data set so that each bin contains at least 20 counts:
Plot two versions of the 'jet' data set: the first uses an adaptive scheme of 20 counts per bin, the second the `group_counts` method:
>>> group_adapt('jet', 20) >>> plot_data('jet') >>> group_counts('jet', 20) >>> plot_data('jet', overplot=True)
The parameters for this function are:
|id||The identifier for the data set to use. If not given then the default identifier is used, as returned by `get_default_id` .|
|min||The number of channels to combine into a group.|
|bkg_id||Set to group the background associated with the data set. When bkg_id is none (which is the default), the grouping is applied to all the associated background data sets as well as the source data set.|
|maxLength||The maximum number of channels that can be combined into a single group.|
|tabStops||If set, indicate one or more ranges of channels that should not be included in the grouped output. The array should match the number of channels in the data set and non-zero or True means that the channel should be ignored from the grouping (use 0 or False otherwise).|
The function does not follow the normal Python standards for parameter use, since it is designed for easy interactive use. When called with a single un-named argument, it is taken to be the `min` parameter. If given two un-named arguments, then they are interpreted as the `id` and `min` parameters, respectively. The remaining parameters are expected to be given as named arguments.
Unlike `group` , it is possible to call `group_adapt` multiple times on the same data set without needing to call `ungroup` .
If channels can not be placed into a "valid" group, then a warning message will be displayed to the screen and the quality value for these channels will be set to 2. This information can be found with the `get_quality` command.
See the bugs pages on the Sherpa website for an up-to-date listing of known bugs.
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