Using Mosviz in a Jupyter NotebookΒΆ

To initialize an instance of the Mosviz app in a Jupyter notebook, simply run the following code in a cell of the notebook:

>>> from jdaviz import MosViz
>>> mosviz = MosViz()

After running the code above, you can interact with the Mosviz application from subsequent notebook cells via the API methods attached to the mosviz object, for example loading data into the app as described in Import Data.

See also

Cubeviz data export

Cubeviz documentation on data exporting.

The MosViz helper class can be used similarly to how cubeviz is used in the previous link. The viewers in mosviz that can be used that way are image-viewer, spectrum-viewer, and spectrum-2d-viewer.

It is also possible to extract the contents of the table viewer via:

mosviz.to_csv(filename="MOS_data.csv", selected=False)

Which will save the data from the mosviz table into a csv file named filename. If the selected parameter is set to True, only the checked rows in the table will be output. A previous csv file of the same name can be overwritten by setting the overwrite parameter to True. The contents of table-viewer can also be extracted to a notebook cell by running the following: