Source code for glue.core.application_base

import os
import warnings
import traceback
from functools import wraps

from import Subset
from glue.core.session import Session
from glue.core.hub import HubListener
from glue.core import BaseData
from glue.core.data_factories import load_data
from glue.core.data_collection import DataCollection
from glue.config import settings

__all__ = ['Application']

def catch_error(msg):
    def decorator(func):
        def wrapper(*args, **kwargs):
                return func(*args, **kwargs)
            except Exception as e:
                m = "%s\n%s" % (msg, str(e))
                detail = str(traceback.format_exc())
                self = args[0]
                self.report_error(m, detail)
        return wrapper
    return decorator

def as_flat_data_list(data):
    datasets = []
    if isinstance(data, BaseData):
        for d in data:
    return datasets

[docs]class Application(HubListener): def __init__(self, data_collection=None, session=None): if session is not None: self._session = session session.application = self self._data = session.data_collection else: self._data = data_collection or DataCollection() self._session = Session(data_collection=self._data, application=self) self._hub = self._session.hub self._cmds = self._session.command_stack self._cmds.add_callback(self._update_undo_redo_enabled) self._settings = {} for key, value, validator in settings: self._settings[key] = [value, validator]
[docs] @property def session(self): return self._session
[docs] @property def data_collection(self): return self.session.data_collection
[docs] def new_data_viewer(self, viewer_class, data=None, state=None): """ Create a new data viewer, add it to the UI, and populate with data """ if viewer_class is None: return if state is not None: c = viewer_class(self._session, state=state) else: c = viewer_class(self._session) c.register_to_hub(self._session.hub) if data is not None: if isinstance(data, BaseData): result = c.add_data(data) elif isinstance(data, Subset): result = c.add_subset(data) if not result: c.close(warn=False) return self.add_widget(c) return c
[docs] @catch_error("Failed to save session") def save_session(self, path, include_data=False, absolute_paths=True): """ Save the data collection and hub to file. Can be restored via restore_session Note: Saving of client is not currently supported. Thus, restoring this session will lose all current viz windows """ from glue.core.state import GlueSerializer gs = GlueSerializer(self, include_data=include_data, absolute_paths=absolute_paths) # In case relative paths are needed in the session file, we do the # serialization while setting the current directory to the directory # in which the session file will be saved so that the relative paths # are relative to the session file, not the current working directory. start_dir = os.path.abspath('.') session_dir = os.path.dirname(path) or '.' try: os.chdir(session_dir) state = gs.dumps(indent=2) finally: os.chdir(start_dir) with open(path, 'w') as out: out.write(state)
[docs] @staticmethod def restore_session(path): """ Reload a previously-saved session Parameters ---------- path : str Path to the file to load Returns ------- app : :class:`Application` The loaded application """ from glue.core.state import GlueUnSerializer # In case relative paths are needed in the session file, we do the # loading while setting the current directory to the directory # in which the session file is so that relative paths are interpreted # as relative to the session file. start_dir = os.path.abspath('.') session_dir = os.path.dirname(path) or '.' session_file = os.path.basename(path) try: os.chdir(session_dir) with open(session_file) as infile: state = GlueUnSerializer.load(infile) return state.object('__main__') finally: os.chdir(start_dir)
[docs] def get_setting(self, key): """ Fetch the value of an application setting """ return self._settings[key][0]
[docs] def set_setting(self, key, value): """ Set the value of an application setting Raises a KeyError if the setting does not exist Raises a ValueError if the value is invalid """ validator = self._settings[key][1] self._settings[key][0] = validator(value)
[docs] @property def settings(self): """Iterate over settings""" for key, (value, _) in self._settings.items(): yield key, value
[docs] @catch_error("Could not load data") def load_data(self, paths, auto_merge=False, **kwargs): """ Given a path to a file, load the file as a Data object and add it to the current session. This returns the added `Data` object. """ if isinstance(paths, str): paths = [paths] datasets = [] for path in paths: result = load_data(path) if isinstance(result, BaseData): datasets.append(result) else: datasets.extend(result) self.add_datasets(datasets, auto_merge=auto_merge, **kwargs) if len(datasets) == 1: return datasets[0] else: return datasets
[docs] @catch_error("Could not add data") def add_data(self, *args, **kwargs): """ Add data to the session. Positional arguments are interpreted using the data factories, while keyword arguments are interpreted using the same infrastructure as the `qglue` command. This returns a list of added `Data` objects. """ datasets = [] for path in args: if isinstance(path, BaseData): datasets.append(path) else: datasets.append(load_data(path)) links = kwargs.pop('links', None) from glue.qglue import parse_data, parse_links for label, data in kwargs.items(): datasets.extend(parse_data(data, label)) self.add_datasets(datasets) if links is not None: self.data_collection.add_link(parse_links(self.data_collection, links)) return datasets
[docs] def report_error(self, message, detail): """ Report an error message to the user. Must be implemented in a subclass Parameters ---------- message : str The message to display detail : str Longer context about the error """ raise Exception(message + "(" + detail + ")")
[docs] def do(self, command): return
[docs] def undo(self): try: self._cmds.undo() except RuntimeError: pass
[docs] def redo(self): try: self._cmds.redo() except RuntimeError: pass
def _update_undo_redo_enabled(self): raise NotImplementedError()
[docs] def add_datasets(self, *args, **kwargs): """ Utility method to interactively add datasets to the data_collection. Parameters ---------- datasets : :class:`` or list of Data One or more :class:`` instances. Adds datasets to the collection in the application. """ if isinstance(args[0], DataCollection): warnings.warn("Calling add_datasets with an explicit data " "collection is now deprecated. You should now call " "app.add_datasets(datasets).", UserWarning) data_collection, datasets = args else: data_collection = self.data_collection datasets = args[0] if "skip_merge" in kwargs: warnings.warn("The skip_merge= argument now no longer has any " "effect and is deprecated, since no merging is done " "by default", UserWarning) auto_merge = kwargs.pop('auto_merge', False) datasets = as_flat_data_list(datasets) data_collection.extend(datasets) # We now automatically merge the datasets if requested. However, we only # do this if all the datasets have the same shape to avoid confusion. if auto_merge and len(datasets) > 1: reference_shape = datasets[0].shape if all([data.shape == reference_shape for data in datasets[1:]]): suggested_label = data_collection.suggest_merge_label(*datasets) return data_collection.merge(*datasets, label=suggested_label) else: raise ValueError("Can only auto-merge datasets if they all have " " the same shape") else: return datasets
@staticmethod def _choose_merge(data, other, suggested_label): """ Present an interface to the user for approving or rejecting a proposed data merger. Returns a list of datasets from other that the user has approved to merge with data """ raise NotImplementedError
[docs] @property def viewers(self): """ Return a tuple of tuples of viewers currently open. """ return []
[docs] def set_data_color(self, color, alpha): """ Reset all the data colors to that specified. """ for data in self.data_collection: = color = alpha
def __gluestate__(self, context): viewers = [list(map(, tab)) for tab in self.viewers] data = self.session.data_collection from glue.main import _loaded_plugins return dict(, viewers=viewers,, plugins=_loaded_plugins) @classmethod def __setgluestate__(cls, rec, context): self = cls(data_collection=context.object(rec['data'])) # manually register the newly-created session, which # the viewers need context.register_object(rec['session'], self.session) for i, tab in enumerate(rec['viewers']): if is None: self.new_tab() for v in tab: viewer = context.object(v) self.add_widget(viewer, tab=i, hold_position=True) return self