- Registered on: 09/04/2017
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Reported issues: 51
- 12:44 PM GammaLib Feature #3924 (Pull request): Add generalized Gaussian spatial model
- I added the model description in ctools documentation. Due to a problem with sphinx on my laptop after upgrading to B...
- 11:51 AM GammaLib Feature #3924 (In Progress): Add generalized Gaussian spatial model
- I also implemented the elliptical generalised gaussian, and run a simple test by creating a pull distribution.
- 06:12 PM GammaLib Feature #3924: Add generalized Gaussian spatial model
- Implemented radial model.
I run a quick check making a set of pull distributions. Everything seems to work correctly...
- 11:38 AM GammaLib Feature #3924 (Closed): Add generalized Gaussian spatial model
- A generalized Gaussian spatial model as described at
- 09:57 AM ctools Feature #3713 (New): Check file extension for output observations
- Several tools, e.g., ctobssim or ctselect, can provide output observations in multiple formats (event lists in FITS, ...
- 10:17 AM ctools Feature #3668: add minimal event counts to cssens
- Median is a very low-level function. Shouldn't it be implemented somewhere else so that it can be used by other ctool...
- 10:08 AM GammaLib Feature #3662: Add stamp() methods to GApplication class to stamp FITS HDUs, objects and files wi...
- I think at least the 'infile' and 'inmodel' parameters would be very useful to have in the output header
- 07:44 PM ctools Change request #3555 (Pull request): cssens test source position ignored
- Iftach could not set the status to pull request, he had only access to new and closed, so I did it for him.
- 07:46 AM GammaLib Feature #3638: GModelSpectral class for Dark matter annihilations
- Hi Sergio, you can use more than one parameter, and there is no need that one of the parameters is the normalization....
- 04:19 PM GammaLib Feature #3638: GModelSpectral class for Dark matter annihilations
- For the "resolution loss" problem I think that you can just use the finest energy grid that suits the smallest masses...
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