How to use the function in anypytools

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github AnyBody-Research-Group / AnyPyTools / tests / View on Github external
def test_AnyPyProcessOutput():
    out = AnyPyProcessOutputList( [ AnyPyProcessOutput({'AAAA':1}),
                                    AnyPyProcessOutput({'AAAA':6, 'ERROR':0})

    assert(isinstance(out[0], AnyPyProcessOutput ))

    # Test slice get
    assert(isinstance(out[0:2][0], AnyPyProcessOutput))

    # Test slice set
    out[:] = [e for e in out if 'ERROR' not in e]
github AnyBody-Research-Group / AnyPyTools / anypytools / View on Github external
if hasattr(pbar, "container"):
                            pbar.container.children[0].bar_style = "danger"
        except KeyboardInterrupt as e:
            tqdm.write("KeyboardInterrupt: User aborted")
            if not self.silent:

        # Cache the processed tasklist for restarting later
        self.cached_tasklist = tasklist
        # self.summery.final_summery(process_time, tasklist)
        task_output = [task.get_output() for task in tasklist]
        return AnyPyProcessOutputList(task_output)
github AnyBody-Research-Group / AnyPyTools / anypytools / View on Github external
def filter(self, function):
        """Filter elements for whichfunction returns true."""
        return AnyPyProcessOutputList(filter(function, self))
github AnyBody-Research-Group / AnyPyTools / anypytools / View on Github external
>>> app.load_results('unfinished_results.db')
        >>> results = app.start_macro() # rerun unfinished

        loadkey = "processed_tasks"
        db =
        loaded_data = db[loadkey]
        # Hack to help Enrico convert data to the new structured
        if not isinstance(loaded_data[0].output, AnyPyProcessOutput):
            for task in loaded_data:
                task.output = AnyPyProcessOutput(task.output)
        self.cached_tasklist = loaded_data
        results = [task.get_output(True) for task in loaded_data]
        return AnyPyProcessOutputList(results)
github AnyBody-Research-Group / AnyPyTools / anypytools / View on Github external
be used.


        import h5py

        if not self.cached_tasklist:
            raise ValueError("No data available for saving")

        if batch_name is None:
            batch_name = str(self.cached_arg_hash)

        any_output = AnyPyProcessOutputList(
            [task.get_output() for task in self.cached_tasklist]
        task_names = [elem["task_name"] for elem in any_output]
        unique_names = len(task_names) == len(set(task_names))
        with h5py.File(filename, "w") as h5file:
            h5_batch_group = h5file.create_group(batch_name)
            for run in any_output:
                task_name = run["task_name"] if unique_names else str(run["task_id"])
                task_name = task_name.replace("/", "|")
                h5_task_group = h5_batch_group.create_group(task_name)
                for k, v in run.items():
                    if not isinstance(v, np.ndarray):
                        if isinstance(v, list):
                            h5_task_group.attrs[k] = str(v)
                            h5_task_group.attrs[k] = v
github AnyBody-Research-Group / AnyPyTools / anypytools / View on Github external
@convert.register(nd.array, AnyPyProcessOutputList, cost=1.0)
def convert(res, **kwargs):
    # Hack to ensure values are always interpreted as floats
    # This is necessary because the dump command in AnyBody
    # may cause whole number float to look like int.
    res = deepcopy(res)
    for elem in res:
        for key in elem:
            if key.startswith('Main') and isinstance(elem[key], np.ndarray):
                    elem[key] = elem[key].astype('float')
                except ValueError:
    prepared_data, ds = convert_and_extract_dshape(res, **kwargs)
    return nd.array(prepared_data, dtype=str(ds))