Fix Version/s: None
Sprint:SUIT Sprint 2018-10
Team:Science User Interface
This is in the test build Tatiana Goldina is running in response to
I've queried two tables on PDAC: AllWISE catalog sources and WISE All-Sky (4 band) single-epoch sources. I've identified a cluster of sources in the single-epoch data that I suspect come from a single object, and I'm trying to identify that object in the AllWISE catalog.
I drew a box around the cluster in the single-epoch data and used it as a filter.
I then tried to copy the filter specification from the "filter panel" dialog from the single-epoch table:
"ra" > 0.9909882575279574;"ra" < 0.992205622144179;"decl" > 0.0072994581062348135;"decl" < 0.009400119782442063"
to the filter panel on the AllWISE table. That didn't work at all - a separate problem? - so instead I copied the two expressions from the column headers from the one table to the other: "> 0.9909882575279574; < 0.992205622144179" for ra and "> 0.0072994581062348135; < 0.009400119782442063" for decl.
That worked, and the row I wanted ended up selected in the table. However, the selection was not successfully applied to the coverage image for the AllWISE table, only for the single-epoch table. See screenshots.
This bug has been fixed. We should test it again with a new SUIT portal build.
The bug was fixed in ticket
DM-14886. I tested that the filter string copied from one table could be applied to the other by pasting the string in the filter panel in the table options dialog. This ticket can be closed.
Build string from bottom of LSST Data search page: "v1.0.1_Development-0 Built On:Tue Jan 23 10:47:53 PST 2018"