Source code for tiled.adapters.hdf5

import os
import warnings

import h5py
import numpy

from ..adapters.utils import IndexersMixin
from ..iterviews import ItemsView, KeysView, ValuesView
from ..utils import DictView, node_repr
from .array import ArrayAdapter

SWMR_DEFAULT = bool(int(os.getenv("TILED_HDF5_SWMR_DEFAULT", "0")))

class HDF5DatasetAdapter(ArrayAdapter):
    def __init__(self, dataset):
        super().__init__(dataset, metadata=getattr(dataset, "attrs", {}))

[docs]class HDF5Adapter(, IndexersMixin): """ Read an HDF5 file or a group within one. This map the structure of an HDF5 file onto a "Tree" of array structures. Examples -------- From the root node of a file given a filepath >>> import h5py >>> HDF5Adapter.from_file("path/to/file.h5") From the root node of a file given an h5py.File object >>> import h5py >>> file = h5py.File("path/to/file.h5") >>> HDF5Adapter.from_file(file) From a group within a file >>> import h5py >>> file = h5py.File("path/to/file.h5") >>> HDF5Adapter(file["some_group']["some_sub_group"]) """ structure_family = "node"
[docs] def __init__(self, node, *, specs=None, references=None, access_policy=None): if (access_policy is not None) and ( not access_policy.check_compatibility(self) ): raise ValueError( f"Access policy {access_policy} is not compatible with this Tree." ) self._node = node self._access_policy = access_policy self.specs = specs or [] self.references = references or [] super().__init__()
@classmethod def from_file( cls, file, *, swmr=SWMR_DEFAULT, libver="latest", specs=None, references=None ): if not isinstance(file, h5py.File): file = h5py.File(file, "r", swmr=swmr, libver=libver) return cls(file, specs=specs, references=references) def __repr__(self): return node_repr(self, list(self)) @property def access_policy(self): return self._access_policy @property def metadata(self): d = dict(self._node.attrs) for k, v in list(d.items()): # Convert any bytes to str. if isinstance(v, bytes): d[k] = v.decode() return DictView(d) def __iter__(self): yield from self._node def __getitem__(self, key): value = self._node[key] if isinstance(value, h5py.Group): return HDF5Adapter(value) else: if value.dtype == numpy.dtype("O"): warnings.warn( f"The dataset {key} is of object type, using a " "Python-only feature of h5py that is not supported by " "HDF5 in general. Read more about that feature at " " " "Consider using a fixed-length field instead. " "Tiled will serve an empty placeholder, unless the " "object is of size 1, where it will attempt to repackage " "the data into a numpy array." ) check_str_dtype = h5py.check_string_dtype(value.dtype) if check_str_dtype.length is None: dataset_names = value.file[ + "/" + key][...][()] if value.size == 1: arr = numpy.array(dataset_names) return HDF5DatasetAdapter(arr) return HDF5DatasetAdapter(numpy.array([])) return HDF5DatasetAdapter(value) def __len__(self): return len(self._node) def keys(self): return KeysView(lambda: len(self), self._keys_slice) def values(self): return ValuesView(lambda: len(self), self._items_slice) def items(self): return ItemsView(lambda: len(self), self._items_slice) def search(self, query): """ Return a Tree with a subset of the mapping. """ raise NotImplementedError def read(self, fields=None): if fields is not None: raise NotImplementedError return self # The following two methods are used by keys(), values(), items(). def _keys_slice(self, start, stop, direction): keys = list(self._node) if direction < 0: keys = reversed(keys) return keys[start:stop] def _items_slice(self, start, stop, direction): items = [(key, self[key]) for key in list(self)] if direction < 0: items = reversed(items) return items[start:stop]