XRSTimeSeries

class sunpy.timeseries.sources.XRSTimeSeries(data, meta=None, units=None, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: GenericTimeSeries

GOES XRS Time Series.

Each GOES satellite there are two X-ray Sensors (XRS) which provide solar X ray fluxes for the wavelength bands of 0.5 to 4 Å (short channel) sand 1 to 8 Å (long channel). Most recent data is usually available one or two days late.

Data is available starting on 1981/01/01.

Examples

>>> import sunpy.timeseries
>>> import sunpy.data.sample  
>>> goes = sunpy.timeseries.TimeSeries(sunpy.data.sample.GOES_XRS_TIMESERIES)  
>>> goes.peek()   

References

Notes

Attributes Summary

h5netcdf_version

observatory

Retrieves the goes satellite number by parsing the meta dictionary.

Methods Summary

is_datasource_for(**kwargs)

Determines if header corresponds to a GOES lightcurve TimeSeries.

plot([axes, columns])

Plots the GOES XRS light curve.

Attributes Documentation

h5netcdf_version = <Version('1.0.2')>
observatory

Retrieves the goes satellite number by parsing the meta dictionary.

Methods Documentation

classmethod is_datasource_for(**kwargs)[source]

Determines if header corresponds to a GOES lightcurve TimeSeries.

plot(axes=None, columns=None, **kwargs)[source]

Plots the GOES XRS light curve.

Parameters:
  • axes (matplotlib.axes.Axes, optional) – The axes on which to plot the TimeSeries. Defaults to current axes.

  • columns (list[str], optional) – If provided, only plot the specified columns.

  • **kwargs (dict) – Additional plot keyword arguments that are handed to plot functions.

Returns:

Axes – The plot axes.