How to use the hendrics.io.get_file_type function in hendrics

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github StingraySoftware / dave / src / main / python / utils / dave_reader.py View on Github external
def load_dataset_from_intermediate_file(fname):
    """Save Stingray object to intermediate file."""

    from stingray.lightcurve import Lightcurve
    from stingray.events import EventList
    from stingray.crossspectrum import Crossspectrum
    from hendrics.io import get_file_type
    from stingray.io import _retrieve_pickle_object

    # This will return an EventList, a light curve, a Powerspectrum, ...
    # depending on the contents of the file
    try:
        ftype, contents = get_file_type(fname)
    except:
        contents = _retrieve_pickle_object(fname)

    if isinstance(contents, Lightcurve):
        return DataSet.get_lightcurve_dataset_from_stingray_Lightcurve(contents)

    elif isinstance(contents, EventList):
        return DataSet.get_eventlist_dataset_from_stingray_Eventlist(contents)

    # This also work for Powerspectrum and AveragedCrosspowerspectrum, clearly
    elif isinstance(contents, Crossspectrum):
        logging.error("Unsupported intermediate file type: Crossspectrum")

    else:
        logging.error("Unsupported intermediate file type: %s" % type(stingray_object).__name__)

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