For example, if I ran the module to get the star formation rates like this: sfr = StarFormationRate(pf, data_source=all)
How can I access the contents of sfr in the script itself, rather than just writing it out to a file?
On May 28, 2011, at 3:51 PM, Stephen Skory wrote:
I have a question about the star analysis module. I understand how to run it and print out a file with the results, but is there a way to run it and access the results within the script? I am ignorant of how classes work in python, and I am uncertain whether there is a trivial way to access the contents of a star analysis object, or whether I need a method to access its contents. I looked at the code for the class and I didn't see a method that does this, so I'm guessing there is a simple way to do this?
Are you talking about star formation rates or colors?
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