Source code for holoviews.ipython.magics

import time
from collections import defaultdict

    from IPython.core.magic import Magics, magics_class, line_magic, line_cell_magic
    from unittest import SkipTest
    raise SkipTest("IPython extension requires IPython >= 0.13")

from ..core import OrderedDict
from ..core import util
from ..core.options import Options, OptionError, Store, StoreOptions
from ..core.pprint import InfoPrinter

from IPython.display import display, HTML
from ..operation import Compositor

# Magics #

    import pyparsing
except ImportError:
    pyparsing = None
    from holoviews.ipython.parser import CompositorSpec
    from holoviews.ipython.parser import OptsSpec

# Set to True to automatically run notebooks.

from IPython.core import page = Store

[docs]class OptionsMagic(Magics): """ Base class for magics that are used to specified collections of keyword options. """ # Dictionary from keywords to allowed bounds/values allowed = {'charwidth' : (0, float('inf'))} defaults = OrderedDict([('charwidth' , 80)]) # Default keyword values. options = OrderedDict(defaults.items()) # Current options # Callables accepting (value, keyword, allowed) for custom exceptions custom_exceptions = {} # Hidden. Options that won't tab complete (for backward compatibility) hidden = {} @classmethod
[docs] def update_options(cls, options, items): """ Allows updating options depending on class attributes and unvalidated options. """ pass
[docs] def get_options(cls, line, options, linemagic): "Given a keyword specification line, validated and compute options" items = cls._extract_keywords(line, OrderedDict()) options = cls.update_options(options, items) for keyword in cls.defaults: if keyword in items: value = items[keyword] allowed = cls.allowed[keyword] if isinstance(allowed, set): pass elif isinstance(allowed, dict): if not isinstance(value, dict): raise ValueError("Value %r not a dict type" % value) disallowed = set(value.keys()) - set(allowed.keys()) if disallowed: raise ValueError("Keywords %r for %r option not one of %s" % (disallowed, keyword, allowed)) wrong_type = {k: v for k, v in value.items() if not isinstance(v, allowed[k])} if wrong_type: errors = [] for k,v in wrong_type.items(): errors.append("Value %r for %r option's %r attribute not of type %r" % (v, keyword, k, allowed[k])) raise ValueError('\n'.join(errors)) elif isinstance(allowed, list) and value not in allowed: if keyword in cls.custom_exceptions: cls.custom_exceptions[keyword](value, keyword, allowed) else: raise ValueError("Value %r for key %r not one of %s" % (value, keyword, allowed)) elif isinstance(allowed, tuple): if not (allowed[0] <= value <= allowed[1]): info = (keyword,value)+allowed raise ValueError("Value %r for key %r not between %s and %s" % info) options[keyword] = value return cls._validate(options, items, linemagic)
@classmethod def _validate(cls, options, items, linemagic): "Allows subclasses to check options are valid." raise NotImplementedError("OptionsMagic is an abstract base class.") @classmethod def option_completer(cls, k,v): raw_line = v.text_until_cursor line = raw_line.replace(cls.magic_name,'') # Find the last element class mentioned completion_key = None tokens = [t for els in reversed(line.split('=')) for t in els.split()] for token in tokens: if token.strip() in cls.allowed: completion_key = token.strip() break values = [val for val in cls.allowed.get(completion_key, []) if val not in cls.hidden.get(completion_key, [])] vreprs = [repr(el) for el in values if not isinstance(el, tuple)] return vreprs + [el+'=' for el in cls.allowed.keys()] @classmethod
[docs] def pprint(cls): """ Pretty print the current element options with a maximum width of cls.pprint_width. """ current, count = '', 0 for k,v in cls.options.items(): keyword = '%s=%r' % (k,v) if len(current) + len(keyword) > cls.options['charwidth']: print((cls.magic_name if count==0 else ' ') + current) count += 1 current = keyword else: current += ' '+ keyword else: print((cls.magic_name if count==0 else ' ') + current)
@classmethod def _extract_keywords(cls, line, items): """ Given the keyword string, parse a dictionary of options. """ unprocessed = list(reversed(line.split('='))) while unprocessed: chunk = unprocessed.pop() key = None if chunk.strip() in cls.allowed: key = chunk.strip() else: raise SyntaxError("Invalid keyword: %s" % chunk.strip()) # The next chunk may end in a subsequent keyword value = unprocessed.pop().strip() if len(unprocessed) != 0: # Check if a new keyword has begun for option in cls.allowed: if value.endswith(option): value = value[:-len(option)].strip() unprocessed.append(option) break else: raise SyntaxError("Invalid keyword: %s" % value.split()[-1]) keyword = '%s=%s' % (key, value) try: items.update(eval('dict(%s)' % keyword)) except: raise SyntaxError("Could not evaluate keyword: %s" % keyword) return items
def list_backends(): backends = [] for backend in Store.renderers: backends.append(backend) renderer = Store.renderers[backend] modes = [mode for mode in renderer.params('mode').objects if mode != 'default'] backends += ['%s:%s' % (backend, mode) for mode in modes] return backends
[docs]def list_formats(format_type, backend=None): """ Returns list of supported formats for a particular backend. """ if backend is None: backend = Store.current_backend mode = Store.renderers[backend].mode if backend in Store.renderers else None else: split = backend.split(':') backend, mode = split if len(split)==2 else (split[0], 'default') if backend in Store.renderers: return Store.renderers[backend].mode_formats[format_type][mode] else: return []
[docs]class OutputMagic(OptionsMagic): """ Magic for easy customising of display options. Consult %%output? for more information. """ magic_name = '%output' # Lists: strict options, Set: suggested options, Tuple: numeric bounds. allowed = {'backend' : list_backends(), 'fig' : list_formats('fig'), 'holomap' : list_formats('holomap'), 'widgets' : ['embed', 'live'], 'fps' : (0, float('inf')), 'max_frames' : (0, float('inf')), 'max_branches': (0, float('inf')), 'size' : (0, float('inf')), 'dpi' : (1, float('inf')), 'charwidth' : (0, float('inf')), 'filename' : {None}, 'info' : [True, False], 'css' : {k: util.basestring for k in ['width', 'height', 'padding', 'margin', 'max-width', 'min-width', 'max-height', 'min-height', 'outline', 'float']}} defaults = OrderedDict([('backend' , 'matplotlib'), ('fig' , 'png'), ('holomap' , 'widgets'), ('widgets' , 'embed'), ('fps' , 20), ('max_frames' , 500), ('max_branches', 2), ('size' , 100), ('dpi' , 72), ('charwidth' , 80), ('filename' , None), ('info' , False), ('css' , {})]) options = OrderedDict(defaults.items()) _backend_options = defaultdict(dict) # Used to disable info output in testing _disable_info_output = False #==========================# # Backend state management # #==========================# last_backend = None backend_list = [] # List of possible backends def missing_dependency_exception(value, keyword, allowed): raise Exception("Format %r does not appear to be supported." % value) def missing_backend_exception(value, keyword, allowed): if value in OutputMagic.backend_list: raise ValueError("Backend %r not available. Has it been loaded with the notebook_extension?" % value) else: raise ValueError("Backend %r does not exist" % value) custom_exceptions = {'holomap':missing_dependency_exception, 'backend': missing_backend_exception } # Counter for nbagg figures nbagg_counter = 0 def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): super(OutputMagic, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs) self.output.__func__.__doc__ = self._generate_docstring() @classmethod def info(cls, obj): if cls.options['info'] and not cls._disable_info_output:, ansi=True)) @classmethod def _generate_docstring(cls): intro = ["Magic for setting HoloViews display options.", "Arguments are supplied as a series of keywords in any order:", ''] backend = "backend : The backend used by HoloViews %r" % cls.allowed['backend'] fig = "fig : The static figure format %r" % cls.allowed['fig'] holomap = "holomap : The display type for holomaps %r" % cls.allowed['holomap'] widgets = "widgets : The widget mode for widgets %r" % cls.allowed['widgets'] fps = ("fps : The frames per second for animations (default %r)" % cls.defaults['widgets']) frames= ("max_frames : The max number of frames rendered (default %r)" % cls.defaults['max_frames']) branches=("max_branches : The max number of Layout branches rendered (default %r)" % cls.defaults['max_branches']) size = ("size : The percentage size of displayed output (default %r)" % cls.defaults['size']) dpi = ("dpi : The rendered dpi of the figure (default %r)" % cls.defaults['dpi']) chars = ("charwidth : The max character width for displaying the output magic (default %r)" % cls.defaults['charwidth']) fname = ("filename : The filename of the saved output, if any (default %r)" % cls.defaults['filename']) page = ("info : The information to page about the displayed objects (default %r)" % cls.defaults['info']) css = ("css : Optional css style attributes to apply to the figure image tag") descriptions = [backend, fig, holomap, widgets, fps, frames, branches, size, dpi, chars, fname, page, css] return '\n'.join(intro + descriptions) @classmethod def _validate(cls, options, items, linemagic): "Validation of edge cases and incompatible options" if 'html' in Store.display_formats: pass elif 'fig' in items and items['fig'] not in Store.display_formats: msg = ("Output magic requesting figure format %r " % items['fig'] + "not in display formats %r" % Store.display_formats) display(HTML("<b>Warning:</b> %s" % msg)) backend = Store.current_backend return Store.renderers[backend].validate(options) @line_cell_magic def output(self, line, cell=None): line = line.split('#')[0].strip() if line == '': self.pprint() print("\nFor help with the %output magic, call %output?") return restore_copy = OrderedDict(OutputMagic.options.items()) try: options = OrderedDict(OutputMagic.options.items()) new_options = self.get_options(line, options, cell is None) self._set_render_options(new_options) OutputMagic.options = new_options except Exception as e: self.update_options(options, {'backend': restore_copy['backend']}) OutputMagic.options = restore_copy self._set_render_options(restore_copy) print('Error: %s' % str(e)) print("For help with the %output magic, call %output?\n") return if cell is not None:, store_history=STORE_HISTORY) self.update_options(options, {'backend': restore_copy['backend']}) OutputMagic.options = restore_copy self._set_render_options(restore_copy) @classmethod
[docs] def update_options(cls, options, items): """ Switch default options and backend if new backend is supplied in items. """ backend = items.get('backend', '') prev_backend = Store.current_backend renderer = Store.renderers[Store.current_backend] prev_backend += ':%s' % renderer.mode available = backend in Store.renderers.keys() if (not backend) or (not available) or backend == prev_backend: return options cls._backend_options[prev_backend] = cls.options backend_options = cls._backend_options[backend] for p in ['fig', 'holomap']: opts = list_formats(p, backend) cls.allowed[p] = opts cls.defaults[p] = opts[0] if p not in backend_options: backend_options[p] = opts[0] backend = backend.split(':')[0] render_params = ['fig', 'holomap', 'size', 'fps', 'dpi', 'css'] for p in render_params: if p in backend_options: opt = backend_options[p] cls.defaults[p] = opt else: opt = cls.defaults[p] backend_options[p] = opt for opt in options: if opt not in backend_options: backend_options[opt] = options[opt] cls.set_backend(backend) return backend_options
@classmethod def initialize(cls, backend_list): cls.backend_list = backend_list backend = cls.options.get('backend', cls.defaults['backend']) if backend in Store.renderers: cls.options = dict(cls.defaults) cls._set_render_options(cls.defaults) cls.set_backend(backend) else: cls.options['backend'] = None cls.defaults['backend'] = None cls.set_backend(None) @classmethod def set_backend(cls, backend): cls.last_backend = Store.current_backend Store.current_backend = backend @classmethod def _set_render_options(cls, options): """ Set options on current Renderer. """ split = options['backend'].split(':') backend, mode = split if len(split)==2 else (split[0], 'default') renderer = Store.renderers[backend] render_params = ['fig', 'holomap', 'size', 'fps', 'dpi', 'css'] render_options = {k: options[k] for k in render_params} renderer.set_param(**dict(render_options, widget_mode=options['widgets'], mode=mode))
[docs]class CompositorMagic(Magics): """ Magic allowing easy definition of compositor operations. Consult %compositor? for more information. """ def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): super(CompositorMagic, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs) lines = ['The %compositor line magic is used to define compositors.'] self.compositor.__func__.__doc__ = '\n'.join(lines + [CompositorSpec.__doc__]) @line_magic def compositor(self, line): if line.strip(): for definition in CompositorSpec.parse(line.strip(), group = {'style':Options(), 'plot': Options(), 'norm':Options()} type_name = definition.output_type.__name__ Store.options()[type_name + '.' +] = group Compositor.register(definition) else: print("For help with the %compositor magic, call %compositor?\n") @classmethod def option_completer(cls, k,v): line = v.text_until_cursor operation_openers = [op.__name__+'(' for op in Compositor.operations] modes = ['data', 'display'] op_declared = any(op in line for op in operation_openers) mode_declared = any(mode in line for mode in modes) if not mode_declared: return modes elif not op_declared: return operation_openers if op_declared and ')' not in line: return [')'] elif line.split(')')[1].strip() and ('[' not in line): return ['['] elif '[' in line: return [']']
[docs]class OptsCompleter(object): """ Implements the TAB-completion for the %%opts magic. """ _completions = {} # Contains valid plot and style keywords per Element @classmethod
[docs] def setup_completer(cls): "Get the dictionary of valid completions" try: for element in Store.options().keys(): options = Store.options()['.'.join(element)] plotkws = options['plot'].allowed_keywords stylekws = options['style'].allowed_keywords dotted = '.'.join(element) cls._completions[dotted] = (plotkws, stylekws if stylekws else []) except KeyError: pass return cls._completions
[docs] def dotted_completion(cls, line, sorted_keys, compositor_defs): """ Supply the appropriate key in Store.options and supply suggestions for further completion. """ completion_key, suggestions = None, [] tokens = [t for t in reversed(line.replace('.', ' ').split())] for i, token in enumerate(tokens): key_checks =[] if i >= 0: # Undotted key key_checks.append(tokens[i]) if i >= 1: # Single dotted key key_checks.append('.'.join([key_checks[-1], tokens[i-1]])) if i >= 2: # Double dotted key key_checks.append('.'.join([key_checks[-1], tokens[i-2]])) # Check for longest potential dotted match first for key in reversed(key_checks): if key in sorted_keys: completion_key = key depth = completion_key.count('.') suggestions = [k.split('.')[depth+1] for k in sorted_keys if k.startswith(completion_key+'.')] return completion_key, suggestions # Attempting to match compositor definitions if token in compositor_defs: completion_key = compositor_defs[token] break return completion_key, suggestions
@classmethod def _inside_delims(cls, line, opener, closer): return (line.count(opener) - line.count(closer)) % 2 @classmethod
[docs] def option_completer(cls, k,v): "Tab completion hook for the %%opts cell magic." line = v.text_until_cursor completions = cls.setup_completer() compositor_defs = { for el in Compositor.definitions} return cls.line_completer(line, completions, compositor_defs)
@classmethod def line_completer(cls, line, completions, compositor_defs): sorted_keys = sorted(completions.keys()) type_keys = [key for key in sorted_keys if ('.' not in key)] completion_key, suggestions = cls.dotted_completion(line, sorted_keys, compositor_defs) verbose_openers = ['style(', 'plot[', 'norm{'] if suggestions and line.endswith('.'): return ['.'.join([completion_key, el]) for el in suggestions] elif not completion_key: return type_keys + list(compositor_defs.keys()) + verbose_openers if cls._inside_delims(line,'[', ']'): return [kw+'=' for kw in completions[completion_key][0]] if cls._inside_delims(line, '{', '}'): return ['+axiswise', '+framewise'] style_completions = [kw+'=' for kw in completions[completion_key][1]] if cls._inside_delims(line, '(', ')'): return style_completions return type_keys + list(compositor_defs.keys()) + verbose_openers
[docs]class OptsMagic(Magics): """ Magic for easy customising of normalization, plot and style options. Consult %%opts? for more information. """ error_message = None # If not None, the error message that will be displayed opts_spec = None # Next id to propagate, binding displayed object together. @classmethod
[docs] def process_element(cls, obj): """ To be called by the display hook which supplies the element to be displayed. Any customisation of the object can then occur before final display. If there is any error, a HTML message may be returned. If None is returned, display will proceed as normal. """ if cls.error_message: return cls.error_message if cls.opts_spec is not None: StoreOptions.set_options(obj, cls.opts_spec) cls.opts_spec = None return None
@classmethod def _format_options_error(cls, err): info = (err.invalid_keyword, err.group_name, ', '.join(err.allowed_keywords)) return "Keyword <b>%r</b> not one of following %s options:<br><br><b>%s</b>" % info @classmethod def register_custom_spec(cls, spec): spec, _ = StoreOptions.expand_compositor_keys(spec) try: StoreOptions.validate_spec(spec) except OptionError as e: cls.error_message = cls._format_options_error(e) return None cls.opts_spec = spec @classmethod def _partition_lines(cls, line, cell): """ Check the code for additional use of %%opts. Enables multi-line use of %%opts in a single call to the magic. """ if cell is None: return (line, cell) specs, code = [line], [] for line in cell.splitlines(): if line.strip().startswith('%%opts'): specs.append(line.strip()[7:]) else: code.append(line) return ' '.join(specs), '\n'.join(code) @line_cell_magic
[docs] def opts(self, line='', cell=None): """ The opts line/cell magic with tab-completion. %%opts [ [path] [normalization] [plotting options] [style options]]+ path: A dotted specification (e.g. Image.Grayscale.Photo) normalization: List of normalization options delimited by braces. One of | -axiswise | -framewise | +axiswise | +framewise | E.g. { +axiswise +framewise } plotting options: List of plotting option keywords delimited by square brackets. E.g. [show_title=False] style options: List of style option keywords delimited by parentheses. E.g. (lw=10 marker='+') Note that commas between keywords are optional (not recommended) and that keywords must end in '=' without a separating space. More information may be found in the class docstring of ipython.parser.OptsSpec. """ line, cell = self._partition_lines(line, cell) try: spec = OptsSpec.parse(line, except SyntaxError: display(HTML("<b>Invalid syntax</b>: Consult <tt>%%opts?</tt> for more information.")) return if cell: self.register_custom_spec(spec) # Process_element is invoked when the cell is run., store_history=STORE_HISTORY) else: try: StoreOptions.validate_spec(spec) except OptionError as e: OptsMagic.error_message = None display(HTML(self._format_options_error(e))) return StoreOptions.apply_customizations(spec, Store.options()) OptsMagic.error_message = None
[docs]class TimerMagic(Magics): """ A line magic for measuring the execution time of multiple cells. After you start/reset the timer with '%timer start' you may view elapsed time with any subsequent calls to %timer. """ start_time = None @staticmethod def elapsed_time(): seconds = time.time() - TimerMagic.start_time minutes = seconds // 60 hours = minutes // 60 return "Timer elapsed: %02d:%02d:%02d" % (hours, minutes % 60, seconds % 60) @classmethod def option_completer(cls, k,v): return ['start'] @line_magic
[docs] def timer(self, line=''): """ Timer magic to print initial date/time information and subsequent elapsed time intervals. To start the timer, run: %timer start This will print the start date and time. Subsequent calls to %timer will print the elapsed time relative to the time when %timer start was called. Subsequent calls to %timer start may also be used to reset the timer. """ if line.strip() not in ['', 'start']: print("Invalid argument to %timer. For more information consult %timer?") return elif line.strip() == 'start': TimerMagic.start_time = time.time() timestamp = time.strftime("%Y/%m/%d %H:%M:%S") print("Timer start: %s" % timestamp) return elif self.start_time is None: print("Please start timer with %timer start. For more information consult %timer?") else: print(self.elapsed_time())
def load_magics(ip): ip.register_magics(TimerMagic) ip.register_magics(OutputMagic) if pyparsing is None: print("%opts magic unavailable (pyparsing cannot be imported)") else: ip.register_magics(OptsMagic) if pyparsing is None: print("%compositor magic unavailable (pyparsing cannot be imported)") else: ip.register_magics(CompositorMagic) # Configuring tab completion ip.set_hook('complete_command', TimerMagic.option_completer, str_key = '%timer') ip.set_hook('complete_command', CompositorMagic.option_completer, str_key = '%compositor') ip.set_hook('complete_command', OutputMagic.option_completer, str_key = '%output') ip.set_hook('complete_command', OutputMagic.option_completer, str_key = '%%output') OptsCompleter.setup_completer() ip.set_hook('complete_command', OptsCompleter.option_completer, str_key = '%%opts') ip.set_hook('complete_command', OptsCompleter.option_completer, str_key = '%opts')