HEK two different F/Es are co-spatial

Bug #1180830 reported by Jack Ireland on 2013-05-16
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Jeff Stys

Bug Description

This bug is slightly different to bug #1180816 HEK F/E flares and other events that are co-spatial. That bug refers to co-spatial F/Es where all the F/Es are of the same type.

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Close to disk center, flares and filament eruptions are co-spatial. These are two different F/E types. How are we to handle two or more different co-spatial F/E types?

Changed in helioviewer.org:
importance: Undecided → High
status: New → Triaged
Changed in helioviewer.org:
milestone: none → 2.4.0
assignee: nobody → Jeff Stys (jstys-z)
Jack Ireland (jack-ireland) wrote :

There are relatively few cases of this in the HEK dataset. Calculating when any two events are co-spatial would slow the plotting of F/Es down. Also, the criteria for when are two events co-spatial enough are not clear. A partial solution has been implemented via mouse-over the checkbox rows, and the event markers/labels. These mouse-over events highlight the selected event, even if it initially appears "underneath" an overlying event.

Changed in helioviewer.org:
status: Triaged → Won't Fix
tags: added: events hek
Changed in helioviewer.org:
milestone: 2.4.0 → 3.0.0
tags: added: wishlist
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