Missing psSAR in SAR statistics table when using Python API

When using the "To-Python" script autogeneration in the Analysis for SAR Statistics evaluator, the results may miss the "Peak Spatial Average SAR" column in the table. This seems to be due to a bug in the autogeneration method, which forgets to add one line.
Below is the autogenerated script (for the SCC3 Benchmark tutorial), with the missing line added

import numpy
import s4l_v1.analysis as analysis
import s4l_v1.document as document
import s4l_v1.model as model
import s4l_v1.units as units
from s4l_v1 import Unit

# Creating the analysis pipeline
# Adding a new SimulationExtractor
simulation = document.AllSimulations["SCC34 Benchmark Simulation"]
simulation_extractor = simulation.Results()

# Adding a new EmSensorExtractor
em_sensor_extractor = simulation_extractor["Overall Field"]
em_sensor_extractor.FrequencySettings.ExtractedFrequency = u"All"
em_sensor_extractor.SurfaceCurrent.SurfaceResolution = 0.001, units.Meters

# Adding a new SarStatisticsEvaluator
inputs = [em_sensor_extractor.Outputs["EM E(x,y,z,f0)"]]
sar_statistics_evaluator = analysis.em_evaluators.SarStatisticsEvaluator(inputs=inputs)
sar_statistics_evaluator.Snapshot = u"8.35e+08"
sar_statistics_evaluator.EnablePSAvgSar = True # <==== this line is missing when "autogenerating" the script
sar_statistics_evaluator.StdDev = False
sar_statistics_evaluator.TotalLossyVolume = False
sar_statistics_evaluator.VoxelCount = False
sar_statistics_evaluator.LossyVoxelCount = False

# Adding a new DataTableHTMLViewer
inputs = [sar_statistics_evaluator.Outputs["SAR Statistics"]]
data_table_html_viewer = analysis.viewers.DataTableHTMLViewer(inputs=inputs)
data_table_html_viewer.Visible = False