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Table: splus_dr2.photoz
(The bold columns are indexed columns)
Column NameDescriptionDatatype
decDeclination J2000 [deg]DOUBLE
idS-PLUS ID on this data releaseVARCHAR
n_peaksNumber of peaks in the PDFSMALLINT
oddsOdds value calculated for the PDF as described in The Odds can be understood as a quality parameter where, the closer to 1, the more reliable (i.e, the less uncertain) the photo-z determination isDOUBLE
raRight ascension J2000 [deg]DOUBLE
random_idRandom ID in the range 0.0 => 100.0REAL
zmlPhotometric redshift best single-point estimate, corresponding to the peak of the PDF.DOUBLE
zml_errPhotometric redshift error obtained from the standard deviation of the 5 top contributing gaussians of the PDFDOUBLE
zml_flagFlag with the photo-z quality. 0 for samples that are inside the training sample parameter range, 1 for samples outside the training sample parameter range, but with r_aper_6 <= 21, 2 for objects outside the training r_aper_6 magnitude range (indicates extrapolation, should not be used)SMALLINT
zml_secIf n_peaks > 1, this is the photometric redshift corresponding to the second peakDOUBLE