Load in a Sherpa session from a file.
restore(filename='sherpa.save') filename - str, optional
Security risk: The imported functions and objects could contain arbitrary Python code and be malicious. Never use this function on untrusted input.
Load in the Sherpa session from 'sherpa.save'.
Load in the session from the given file:
The parameter for this function is:
|The name of the file to read the results from. The default is 'sherpa.save'.
The input to `restore` must have been created with the `save` command. This is a binary file, which may not be portable between versions of Sherpa, but is platform independent. A warning message may be created if a file saved by an older (or newer) version of Sherpa is loaded. An example of such a message is:
WARNING: Could not determine whether the model is discrete. This probably means that you have restored a session saved with a previous version of Sherpa. Falling back to assuming that the model is continuous.
See the bugs pages on the Sherpa website for an up-to-date listing of known bugs.