- gedr3mock.generated_data – queryable through TAP and ADQL
- gedr3mock.maglim_5 – queryable through TAP and ADQL
This table gives empirical magnitude limits for G and BP bands derived from Gaia DR2 with G < 20.7 mag for HEALPixels of 5 (scale roughly ~2 degrees). For each band we have 4 different variants:

- no additional condition,
- parallax available,
- BP-RP available,
- parallax and BP-RP available.

For BP mag limits we also require that BP is available. The magnitude limits are approximated by the mode of the magnitude distribution in a specific HEALpix. Since this mode estimator is prone to Poisson noise in low density areas we report the magnitude limits in two flavours:

- directly the mode estimator
- the same as the mode estimator,

except that in healpixel with a stellar density below 1e5 sources per square degree the limit is arbitrarily set to 20.7 mag. These magnitude limits were created using the gdr2_completeness package and users are encouraged to create custom-made magnitude limits with specific conditions, e.g. RVS sample with good parallaxes.

- gedr3mock.maglim_6 – queryable through TAP and ADQL
This table gives empirical magnitude limits for G and BP bands derived from Gaia DR2 with G < 20.7 mag for HEALPixels of 6 (scale roughly ~1 degrees). For each band we have 4 different variants:

- no additional condition,
- parallax available,
- BP-RP available,
- parallax and BP-RP available.

For BP mag limits we also require that BP is available. The magnitude limits are approximated by the mode of the magnitude distribution in a specific HEALpix. Since this mode estimator is prone to Poisson noise in low density areas we report the magnitude limits in two flavours:

- directly the mode estimator
- the same as the mode estimator,

except that in healpixel with a stellar density below 1e5 sources per square degree the limit is arbitrarily set to 20.7 mag. These magnitude limits were created using the gdr2_completeness package and users are encouraged to create custom-made magnitude limits with specific conditions, e.g. RVS sample with good parallaxes.

- gedr3mock.maglim_7 – queryable through TAP and ADQL
This table gives empirical magnitude limits for G and BP bands derived from Gaia DR2 with G < 20.7 mag for HEALPixels of 7 (scale roughly ~0.5 degrees). For each band we have 4 different variants:

- no additional condition,
- parallax available,
- BP-RP available,
- parallax and BP-RP available.

For BP mag limits we also require that BP is available. The magnitude limits are approximated by the mode of the magnitude distribution in a specific HEALpix. Since this mode estimator is prone to Poisson noise in low density areas we report the magnitude limits in two flavours:

- directly the mode estimator
- the same as the mode estimator,

except that in healpixel with a stellar density below 1e5 sources per square degree the limit is arbitrarily set to 20.7 mag. These magnitude limits were created using the gdr2_completeness package and users are encouraged to create custom-made magnitude limits with specific conditions, e.g. RVS sample with good parallaxes.

- gedr3mock.main – queryable through TAP and ADQL
- gedr3mock.parsec_props – queryable through TAP and ADQL
- gedr3mock.rvs_sample_pi_all
This table lists source_ids of gedr3mock objects that are drawn at random using to the selection function found in Gaia DR2 for stars with a full six-parameter solution as derived in bibcode`TODO`. It is intended to be used to test selection effects in observables on underlying stellar population parameter distributions.

The completeness function was applied in spatial bins of HEALPix level 5, and bins of one each in GRVS magnitude and G-GRP color, yielding 7.2e6 sources.

This table gives a selection biased so as to match its mean parallax to the the mean parallax of Gaia DR2 in each bin. The gedr3mock.rvs_sample_pi_random table reflects an unbiased sample, and gedr3mock.rvs_sample_pi_rvs reflects a sample biased to match the mean parallax of the RVS sample in Gaia DR2 in each bin.

- gedr3mock.rvs_sample_pi_rvs
This table lists source_ids of gedr3mock objects that are drawn at random using to the selection function found in Gaia DR2 for stars with a full six-parameter solution as derived in bibcode`TODO`. It is intended to be used to test selection effects in observables on underlying stellar population parameter distributions.

The completeness function was applied in spatial bins of HEALPix level 5, and bins of one each in GRVS magnitude and G-GRP color, yielding 7.2e6 sources.

This table gives a selection biased so as to match its mean parallax to the the mean parallax of the RVS sample in Gaia DR2 in each bin. The gedr3mock.rvs_sample_pi_random table reflects an unbiased sample, and gedr3mock.rvs_sample_pi_all reflects a sample biased to match the mean parallax of the entire Gaia DR2 in each bin.

- gedr3mock.rvs_sample_unbiased
This table lists source_ids of gedr3mock objects that are drawn at random using to the selection function found in Gaia DR2 for stars with a full six-parameter solution as derived in bibcode`TODO`. It is intended to be used to test selection effects in observables on underlying stellar population parameter distributions.

The completeness function was applied in spatial bins of HEALPix level 5, and bins of one each in GRVS magnitude and G-GRP color, yielding 7.2e6 sources.

This table gives an unbiased selection. The gedr3mock.rvs_sample_pi_rvs table reflects a sample biased to match the mean parallax of the RVS sample in each bin, and the gedr3mock.rvs_sample_pi_all reflects a sample biased to match the mean parallax of the entire Gaia DR2 in each bin.