Source code for astropy.timeseries.periodograms.base

import abc
import numpy as np
from astropy.timeseries import TimeSeries, BinnedTimeSeries

__all__ = ['BasePeriodogram']


[docs]class BasePeriodogram: @abc.abstractmethod def __init__(self, t, y, dy=None): pass
[docs] @classmethod def from_timeseries(cls, timeseries, signal_column_name=None, uncertainty=None, **kwargs): """ Initialize a periodogram from a time series object. If a binned time series is passed, the time at the center of the bins is used. Also note that this method automatically gets rid of NaN/undefined values when initializing the periodogram. Parameters ---------- signal_column_name : str The name of the column containing the signal values to use. uncertainty : str or float or `~astropy.units.Quantity`, optional The name of the column containing the errors on the signal, or the value to use for the error, if a scalar. **kwargs Additional keyword arguments are passed to the initializer for this periodogram class. """ if signal_column_name is None: raise ValueError('signal_column_name should be set to a valid column name') y = timeseries[signal_column_name] keep = ~np.isnan(y) if isinstance(uncertainty, str): dy = timeseries[uncertainty] keep &= ~np.isnan(dy) dy = dy[keep] else: dy = uncertainty if isinstance(timeseries, TimeSeries): time = timeseries.time elif isinstance(timeseries, BinnedTimeSeries): time = timeseries.time_bin_center else: raise TypeError('Input time series should be an instance of ' 'TimeSeries or BinnedTimeSeries') return cls(time[keep], y[keep], dy=dy, **kwargs)