Source code for pyworkflow.protocol.params

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import re
import collections

from pyworkflow.object import *
from .constants import *

[docs]class FormElement(Object): """Base for any element on the form""" ATTRIBUTES = ['label', 'expertLevel', 'condition', 'important', 'help', 'default', 'paramClass'] def __init__(self, **args): super().__init__(**args) self.label = String(args.get('label', None)) self.expertLevel = Integer(args.get('expertLevel', LEVEL_NORMAL)) self.condition = String(args.get('condition', None)) self._isImportant = Boolean(args.get('important', False)) = String(args.get('help', None)) # This two list will be filled by the Form # which have a global-view of all parameters # All param names in which condition appears this param self._dependants = [] # All param names that appears in the condition self._conditionParams = []
[docs] def isExpert(self): return self.expertLevel > LEVEL_NORMAL
[docs] def setExpert(self): self.expertLevel.set(LEVEL_ADVANCED)
[docs] def isImportant(self): return self._isImportant.get()
[docs] def setImportant(self, value): self._isImportant.set(value)
[docs] def hasCondition(self): return self.condition.hasValue()
[docs] def getLabel(self): return self.label.get()
[docs] def getHelp(self): return
[docs] def config(self, **kwargs): """ Configure the object and set attributes coming in the keyword-arguments, the same as in the __init__ """ for key in self.ATTRIBUTES: if key in kwargs: self.setAttributeValue(key, kwargs.get(key))
[docs]class Param(FormElement): """Definition of a protocol parameter""" def __init__(self, **args): FormElement.__init__(self, **args) # This should be defined in subclasses self.paramClass = args.get('paramClass', None) self.default = String(args.get('default', None)) # Allow pointers (used for scalars) self.allowsPointers = args.get('allowsPointers', False) self.validators = args.get('validators', []) self.readOnly = args.get("readOnly", False) def __str__(self): return " label: %s" % self.label.get()
[docs] def addValidator(self, validator): """ Validators should be callables that receive a value and return a list of errors if so. If everything is ok, the result should be an empty list. """ self.validators.append(validator)
[docs] def validate(self, value): errors = [] for val in self.validators: errors += val(value) return errors
[docs] def getDefault(self): return self.default.get()
[docs] def setDefault(self, newDefault): self.default.set(newDefault)
[docs]class ElementGroup(FormElement): """ Class to group some params in the form. Such as: Labeled group or params in the same line. """ def __init__(self, form=None, **args): FormElement.__init__(self, **args) self._form = form self._paramList = []
[docs] def iterParams(self): """ Return key and param for every child param. """ for name in self._paramList: yield name, self._form.getParam(name)
[docs] def addParam(self, paramName, ParamClass, **kwargs): """Add a new param to the group""" param = ParamClass(**kwargs) self._paramList.append(paramName) self._form.registerParam(paramName, param) return param
[docs] def addHidden(self, paramName, ParamClass, **kwargs): """Add a hidden parameter to be used in conditions. """ kwargs.update({'label': '', 'condition': 'False'}) self.addParam(paramName, ParamClass, **kwargs)
[docs] def addLine(self, lineName, **kwargs): labelName = lineName for symbol in ' ()': labelName = labelName.replace(symbol, '_') return self.addParam(labelName, Line, form=self._form, label=lineName, **kwargs)
# ----------- Some type of ElementGroup --------------------------
[docs]class Line(ElementGroup): """ Group to put some parameters in the same line. """ pass
[docs]class Group(ElementGroup): """ Group some parameters with a labeled frame. """ pass
[docs]class Section(ElementGroup): """Definition of a section to hold other params""" def __init__(self, form, **args): ElementGroup.__init__(self, form, **args) self.questionParam = String(args.get('questionParam', ''))
[docs] def hasQuestion(self): """Return True if a question param was set""" return self.questionParam.get() in self._paramList
[docs] def getQuestionName(self): """ Return the name of the question param. """ return self.questionParam.get()
[docs] def getQuestion(self): """ Return the question param""" return self._form.getParam(self.questionParam.get())
[docs] def addGroup(self, groupName, **kwargs): labelName = groupName for symbol in ' ()': labelName = labelName.replace(symbol, '_') return self.addParam(labelName, Group, form=self._form, label=groupName, **kwargs)
[docs]class Form(object): """Store all sections and parameters""" def __init__(self, protocol): """ Build a Form from a given protocol. """ object.__init__(self) self._sectionList = [] # Store list of sections # Dictionary to store all params, grouped by sections self._paramsDict = collections.OrderedDict() self._lastSection = None self._protocol = protocol self.addGeneralSection()
[docs] def getClass(self): return type(self)
[docs] def addSection(self, label='', **kwargs): """Add a new section""" self.lastSection = Section(self, label=label, **kwargs) self._sectionList.append(self.lastSection) return self.lastSection
[docs] def getSection(self, label): """ get section by label from _sectionList""" for s in self._sectionList: if s.label == label: return s return
[docs] def addGroup(self, *args, **kwargs): return self.lastSection.addGroup(*args, **kwargs)
[docs] def addLine(self, *args, **kwargs): return self.lastSection.addLine(*args, **kwargs)
[docs] def registerParam(self, paramName, param): """ Register a given param in the form. """ self._paramsDict[paramName] = param self._analizeCondition(paramName, param)
[docs] def addParam(self, *args, **kwargs): """Add a new param to last section""" return self.lastSection.addParam(*args, **kwargs)
# Adhoc method for specific params
[docs] def addBooleanParam(self, name, label, help, default=True, **kwargs): return self.addParam(name, BooleanParam, label=label, help=help, default=default, **kwargs)
[docs] def addHidden(self, *args, **kwargs): return self.lastSection.addHidden(*args, **kwargs)
def _analizeCondition(self, paramName, param): if param.hasCondition(): param._conditionParams = [] tokens = re.split('\W+', param.condition.get()) for t in tokens: if self.hasParam(t): self.getParam(t)._dependants.append(paramName) param._conditionParams.append(t) if self._protocol.hasAttribute(t): param._conditionParams.append(t)
[docs] def evalParamCondition(self, paramName): """Evaluate if a condition is True for a give param with the values of a particular Protocol""" param = self.getParam(paramName) if not param.hasCondition(): return True condStr = param.condition.get() localDict = {} globalDict = dict(globals()) # FIXME: Check why this import is here from pyworkflow import Config globalDict.update(Config.getDomain().getObjects()) for t in param._conditionParams: if self.hasParam(t) or self._protocol.hasAttribute(t): localDict[t] = self._protocol.getAttributeValue(t) return eval(condStr, globalDict, localDict)
[docs] def validateParams(self, protocol): """ Check that all validations of the params in the form are met for the protocol param values. It will return a list with errors, just in the same way of the Protocol.validate function """ errors = [] for name, param in self.iterParams(): value = protocol.getAttributeValue(name) errors += param.validate(value) return errors
[docs] def getParam(self, paramName): """Retrieve a param given a the param name None is returned if not found """ return self._paramsDict.get(paramName, None)
[docs] def hasParam(self, paramName): return paramName in self._paramsDict
def __str__(self): s = "Form: \n" for section in self.iterSections(): s += str(section) return s
[docs] def iterSections(self): return self._sectionList
[docs] def iterAllParams(self): """ Iter all parameters, including ElementGroups. """ return self._paramsDict.items()
[docs] def iterParams(self): """ Iter parameters disregarding the ElementGroups. """ for k, v in self._paramsDict.items(): if not isinstance(v, ElementGroup): yield k, v
[docs] def iterPointerParams(self): for paramName, param in self._paramsDict.items(): if isinstance(param, PointerParam): yield paramName, param
[docs] def addGeneralSection(self): self.addSection(label='General') self.addParam('runName', StringParam, label="Run name:", important=True, help='Select run name label to identify this run.') self.addParam('runMode', EnumParam, choices=['resume', 'restart'], label="Run mode", display=EnumParam.DISPLAY_COMBO, default=0, help='The <resume> mode will try to start the execution' 'from the last successfully finished step if possible.' 'On the contrary, <restart> will delete all previous results' 'of this particular run and start from the beginning. This option' 'should be used carefully.' )
[docs] def addParallelSection(self, threads=1, mpi=8, condition="", hours=72, jobsize=0): """ Adds the parallelization section to the form pass threads=0 to disable threads parameter and mpi=0 to disable mpi params :param threads: default value for of threads, defaults to 1 :param mpi: default value for mpi, defaults to 8""" self.addSection(label='Parallelization') self.addParam('hostName', StringParam, default="localhost", label='Execution host', help='Select in which of the available do you want to launch this protocol.') if threads > 0: self.addParam('numberOfThreads', IntParam, default=threads, label='Threads', help='This option provides shared-memory parallelization on multi-core machines.' 'It does not require any additional software.') if mpi > 0: self.addParam('numberOfMpi', IntParam, default=mpi, label='MPI processes', help='This option provides the number of independent processes spawned' 'in parallel by <mpirun> command in a cluster, usually through' 'a queue system. This will require that you have compile this software ' 'with <mpi> support.') if jobsize > 0: self.addParam('mpiJobSize', IntParam, default=jobsize, label='MPI job size', condition="numberOfMpi>1", help='Minimum size of jobs in mpi processes.' 'Set to 1 for large images (e.g. 500x500)' 'and to 10 for small images (e.g. 100x100)')
[docs]class StringParam(Param): """Param with underlying String value""" def __init__(self, **args): Param.__init__(self, paramClass=String, **args)
[docs]class TextParam(StringParam): """Long string params""" def __init__(self, **args): StringParam.__init__(self, **args) self.height = args.get('height', 5) self.width = args.get('width', 30)
[docs]class RegexParam(StringParam): """Regex based string param""" pass
[docs]class PathParam(StringParam): """Param for path strings""" pass
# TODO: Handle filter pattern
[docs]class FileParam(PathParam): """Filename path""" pass
[docs]class FolderParam(PathParam): """Folder path""" pass
[docs]class LabelParam(StringParam): """ Just the same as StringParam, but to be rendered as a label and can not be directly edited by the user in the Protocol Form. """ pass
[docs]class IntParam(Param): def __init__(self, **args): Param.__init__(self, paramClass=Integer, **args) self.addValidator(Format(int, error="should be an integer", allowsNull=args.get('allowsNull', False)))
[docs]class EnumParam(IntParam): """Select from a list of values, separated by comma""" # Possible values for display DISPLAY_LIST = 0 DISPLAY_COMBO = 1 DISPLAY_HLIST = 2 # horizontal list, save space def __init__(self, **args): IntParam.__init__(self, **args) self.choices = args.get('choices', []) self.display = Integer(args.get('display', EnumParam.DISPLAY_COMBO))
[docs]class FloatParam(Param): def __init__(self, **args): Param.__init__(self, paramClass=Float, **args) self.addValidator(Format(float, error="should be a float", allowsNull=args.get('allowsNull', False)))
[docs]class BooleanParam(Param): """ Param to store boolean values. By default it will be displayed as 2 radio buttons with Yes/no labels. Alternatively, if you pass checkbox it will be displayed as a checkbox. :param display: (Optional) default DISPLAY_YES_NO. (Yes /no) Alternatively use BooleanParam.DISPLAY_CHECKBOX to use checkboxes """ DISPLAY_YES_NO = 1 DISPLAY_CHECKBOX = 2 def __init__(self, display=DISPLAY_YES_NO, **args): Param.__init__(self, paramClass=Boolean, **args) self.display = display self.addValidator(NonEmptyBool)
[docs]class HiddenBooleanParam(BooleanParam): def __init__(self, **args): Param.__init__(self, paramClass=Boolean, **args)
[docs]class PointerParam(Param): """ This type of Param will serve to select existing objects in the database that will be input for some protocol. """ def __init__(self, paramClass=Pointer, **args): Param.__init__(self, paramClass=paramClass, **args) # This will be the class to be pointed self.setPointerClass(args['pointerClass']) # Some conditions on the pointed candidates self.pointerCondition = String(args.get('pointerCondition', None)) self.allowsNull = Boolean(args.get('allowsNull', False))
[docs] def setPointerClass(self, newPointerClass): # Tolerate passing classes instead of their names if isinstance(newPointerClass, list): self.pointerClass = CsvList() self.pointerClass.set(",". join([clazz.__name__ for clazz in newPointerClass])) elif(isinstance(newPointerClass, str)): if ',' in newPointerClass: self.pointerClass = CsvList() self.pointerClass.set(newPointerClass) else: self.pointerClass = String(newPointerClass) # Single class item, not the string else: self.pointerClass = String(newPointerClass.__name__)
[docs]class MultiPointerParam(PointerParam): """ This type of Param will serve to select objects with DIFFERENT types from the database to be input for some protocol. """ def __init__(self, **args): PointerParam.__init__(self, paramClass=PointerList, **args) self.maxNumObjects = Integer(args.get('maxNumObjects', 100)) self.minNumObjects = Integer(args.get('minNumObjects', 2))
[docs]class RelationParam(Param): """ This type of Param is very similar to PointerParam, since it will hold a pointer to another object. But, in the PointerParam, we search for objects of some Class (maybe with some conditions). Here, we search for objects related to a given attribute of a protocol by a given relation. """ def __init__(self, **args): Param.__init__(self, paramClass=Pointer, **args) # This will be the name of the relation self._relationName = String(args.get('relationName')) # We will store the attribute name in the protocol to be # used as the object for which relations will be search self._attributeName = String(args.get('attributeName')) # This specify if we want to search for childs or parents # of the given attribute of the protocol self._direction = Integer(args.get('direction', RELATION_CHILDS)) self.allowsNull = Boolean(args.get('allowsNull', False))
[docs] def getName(self): return self._relationName.get()
[docs] def getAttributeName(self): return self._attributeName.get()
[docs] def getDirection(self): return self._direction.get()
[docs]class ProtocolClassParam(StringParam): def __init__(self, **args): StringParam.__init__(self, **args) self.protocolClassName = String(args.get('protocolClassName')) self.allowSubclasses = Boolean(args.get('allowSubclasses', False))
[docs]class DigFreqParam(FloatParam): """ Digital frequency param. """ def __init__(self, **args): FloatParam.__init__(self, **args) self.addValidator(FreqValidator)
[docs]class NumericListParam(StringParam): """ This class will serve to have list representations as strings. Possible notation are: 1000 10 1 1 -> to define a list with 4 values [1000, 10, 1, 1], or 10x2 5x3 -> to define a list with 5 values [10, 10, 5, 5, 5] If you ask for more elements than in the list, the last one is repeated """ def __init__(self, **args): StringParam.__init__(self, **args) self.addValidator(NumericListValidator())
[docs]class NumericRangeParam(StringParam): """ This class will serve to specify range of numbers with a string representation. Possible notation are:: "1,5-8,10" -> [1,5,6,7,8,10] "2,6,9-11" -> [2,6,9,10,11] "2 5, 6-8" -> [2,5,6,7,8] """ def __init__(self, **args): StringParam.__init__(self, **args) self.addValidator(NumericRangeValidator())
[docs]class TupleParam(Param): """ This class will condense a tuple of several other params of the same type and related concept. For example: min and max, low and high. """ def __init__(self, **args): Param.__init__(self, **args)
[docs]class DeprecatedParam: """ Deprecated param. To be used when you want to rename an existing param and still be able to recover old param value. It acts like a redirector, passing the value received when its value is set to the new renamed parameter usage: In defineParams method, before the renamed param definition line add the following: self.oldName = DeprecatedParam("newName", self) form.addParam('newName', ...) """ def __init__(self, newParamName, prot): """ :param newParamName: Name of the renamed param :param prot: Protocol hosting this and the renamed param """ self._newParamName = newParamName self.prot = prot # Need to fake being a Object at loading time self._objId = None self._objIsPointer = False
[docs] def set(self, value, cleanExtended=False): if hasattr(self.prot, self._newParamName): newParam = self._getNewParam() if newParam.isPointer(): newParam.set(value, cleanExtended) self._extended = newParam._extended else: newParam.set(value)
[docs] def isPointer(self): return self._getNewParam().isPointer()
[docs] def getObjValue(self): return None
def _getNewParam(self): return getattr(self.prot, self._newParamName)
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- # Validators # -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[docs]class Validator(object): pass
[docs]class Conditional(Validator): """ Simple validation based on a condition. If the value doesn't meet the condition, the error will be returned. """ def __init__(self, error, allowsNull=False): self.error = error self._allowsNull = allowsNull def __call__(self, value): errors = [] if value is not None or not self._allowsNull: if not self._condition(value): errors.append(self.error) return errors
[docs]class Format(Conditional): """ Check if the format is right. """ def __init__(self, valueType, error='Value have not a correct format', allowsNull=False): Conditional.__init__(self, error, allowsNull) self.valueType = valueType def _condition(self, value): try: self.valueType(value) return True except Exception: return False
[docs]class NonEmptyCondition(Conditional): def __init__(self, error='Value cannot be empty'): Conditional.__init__(self, error) self._condition = lambda value: len(value) > 0
[docs]class LT(Conditional): def __init__(self, threshold, error='Value should be less than the threshold'): Conditional.__init__(self, error) self._condition = lambda value: value < threshold
[docs]class LE(Conditional): def __init__(self, threshold, error='Value should be less or equal than the threshold'): Conditional.__init__(self, error) self._condition = lambda value: value <= threshold
[docs]class GT(Conditional): def __init__(self, threshold, error='Value should be greater than the threshold'): Conditional.__init__(self, error) self._condition = lambda value: value > threshold
[docs]class GE(Conditional): def __init__(self, thresold, error='Value should be greater or equal than the threshold'): Conditional.__init__(self, error) self._condition = lambda value: value is not None and value >= thresold
[docs]class Range(Conditional): def __init__(self, minValue, maxValue, error='Value is outside range'): Conditional.__init__(self, error) self._condition = lambda value: minValue <= value <= maxValue
[docs]class NumericListValidator(Conditional): """ Validator for ListParam. See ListParam. """ def __init__(self, error='Incorrect format for numeric list param'): Conditional.__init__(self, error) def _condition(self, value): try: parts = re.split(r"[x\s]", value) parts = list(filter(None, parts)) for p in parts: float(p) return True except Exception: return False
[docs]class NumericRangeValidator(Conditional): """ Validator for RangeParam. See RangeParam. """ def __init__(self, error='Incorrect format for numeric range param'): Conditional.__init__(self, error) def _condition(self, value): try: parts = re.split(r"[-,\s]", value) parts = list(filter(None, parts)) for p in parts: float(p) return True except Exception: return False
[docs]class NonEmptyBoolCondition(Conditional): def __init__(self, error='Boolean param needs to be set.'): Conditional.__init__(self, error) self._condition = lambda value: value is not None
# --------- Some constants validators --------------------- Positive = GT(0.0, error='Value should be greater than zero') FreqValidator = Range(0.001, 0.5, error="Digital frequencies should be between 0.001 and 0.5") NonEmpty = NonEmptyCondition() NonEmptyBool = NonEmptyBoolCondition()