Source code for astropy.cosmology.connect

# Licensed under a 3-clause BSD style license - see LICENSE.rst

from astropy.cosmology import units as cu
from astropy.io import registry as io_registry
from astropy.units import add_enabled_units

__all__ = ["CosmologyRead", "CosmologyWrite",
           "CosmologyFromFormat", "CosmologyToFormat"]
__doctest_skip__ = __all__


# ==============================================================================
# Read / Write

readwrite_registry = io_registry.UnifiedIORegistry()


[docs]class CosmologyRead(io_registry.UnifiedReadWrite): """Read and parse data to a `~astropy.cosmology.Cosmology`. This function provides the Cosmology interface to the Astropy unified I/O layer. This allows easily reading a file in supported data formats using syntax such as:: >>> from astropy.cosmology import Cosmology >>> cosmo1 = Cosmology.read('<file name>') When the ``read`` method is called from a subclass the subclass will provide a keyword argument ``cosmology=<class>`` to the registered read method. The method uses this cosmology class, regardless of the class indicated in the file, and sets parameters' default values from the class' signature. Get help on the available readers using the ``help()`` method:: >>> Cosmology.read.help() # Get help reading and list supported formats >>> Cosmology.read.help(format='<format>') # Get detailed help on a format >>> Cosmology.read.list_formats() # Print list of available formats See also: https://docs.astropy.org/en/stable/io/unified.html Parameters ---------- *args Positional arguments passed through to data reader. If supplied the first argument is typically the input filename. format : str (optional, keyword-only) File format specifier. **kwargs Keyword arguments passed through to data reader. Returns ------- out : `~astropy.cosmology.Cosmology` subclass instance `~astropy.cosmology.Cosmology` corresponding to file contents. Notes ----- """ def __init__(self, instance, cosmo_cls): super().__init__(instance, cosmo_cls, "read", registry=readwrite_registry)
[docs] def __call__(self, *args, **kwargs): from astropy.cosmology.core import Cosmology # so subclasses can override, also pass the class as a kwarg. # allows for `FlatLambdaCDM.read` and # `Cosmology.read(..., cosmology=FlatLambdaCDM)` if self._cls is not Cosmology: kwargs.setdefault("cosmology", self._cls) # set, if not present # check that it is the correct cosmology, can be wrong if user # passes in e.g. `w0wzCDM.read(..., cosmology=FlatLambdaCDM)` valid = (self._cls, self._cls.__qualname__) if kwargs["cosmology"] not in valid: raise ValueError( "keyword argument `cosmology` must be either the class " f"{valid[0]} or its qualified name '{valid[1]}'") with add_enabled_units(cu): cosmo = self.registry.read(self._cls, *args, **kwargs) return cosmo
[docs]class CosmologyWrite(io_registry.UnifiedReadWrite): """Write this Cosmology object out in the specified format. This function provides the Cosmology interface to the astropy unified I/O layer. This allows easily writing a file in supported data formats using syntax such as:: >>> from astropy.cosmology import Planck18 >>> Planck18.write('<file name>') Get help on the available writers for ``Cosmology`` using the ``help()`` method:: >>> Cosmology.write.help() # Get help writing and list supported formats >>> Cosmology.write.help(format='<format>') # Get detailed help on format >>> Cosmology.write.list_formats() # Print list of available formats Parameters ---------- *args Positional arguments passed through to data writer. If supplied the first argument is the output filename. format : str (optional, keyword-only) File format specifier. **kwargs Keyword arguments passed through to data writer. Notes ----- """ def __init__(self, instance, cls): super().__init__(instance, cls, "write", registry=readwrite_registry)
[docs] def __call__(self, *args, **kwargs): self.registry.write(self._instance, *args, **kwargs)
# ============================================================================== # Format Interchange # for transforming instances, e.g. Cosmology <-> dict convert_registry = io_registry.UnifiedIORegistry()
[docs]class CosmologyFromFormat(io_registry.UnifiedReadWrite): """Transform object to a `~astropy.cosmology.Cosmology`. This function provides the Cosmology interface to the Astropy unified I/O layer. This allows easily parsing supported data formats using syntax such as:: >>> from astropy.cosmology import Cosmology >>> cosmo1 = Cosmology.from_format(cosmo_mapping, format='mapping') When the ``from_format`` method is called from a subclass the subclass will provide a keyword argument ``cosmology=<class>`` to the registered parser. The method uses this cosmology class, regardless of the class indicated in the data, and sets parameters' default values from the class' signature. Get help on the available readers using the ``help()`` method:: >>> Cosmology.from_format.help() # Get help and list supported formats >>> Cosmology.from_format.help('<format>') # Get detailed help on a format >>> Cosmology.from_format.list_formats() # Print list of available formats See also: https://docs.astropy.org/en/stable/io/unified.html Parameters ---------- obj : object The object to parse according to 'format' *args Positional arguments passed through to data parser. format : str or None, optional keyword-only Object format specifier. For `None` (default) CosmologyFromFormat tries to identify the correct format. **kwargs Keyword arguments passed through to data parser. Parsers should accept the following keyword arguments: - cosmology : the class (or string name thereof) to use / check when constructing the cosmology instance. Returns ------- out : `~astropy.cosmology.Cosmology` subclass instance `~astropy.cosmology.Cosmology` corresponding to ``obj`` contents. """ def __init__(self, instance, cosmo_cls): super().__init__(instance, cosmo_cls, "read", registry=convert_registry)
[docs] def __call__(self, obj, *args, format=None, **kwargs): from astropy.cosmology.core import Cosmology # so subclasses can override, also pass the class as a kwarg. # allows for `FlatLambdaCDM.read` and # `Cosmology.read(..., cosmology=FlatLambdaCDM)` if self._cls is not Cosmology: kwargs.setdefault("cosmology", self._cls) # set, if not present # check that it is the correct cosmology, can be wrong if user # passes in e.g. `w0wzCDM.read(..., cosmology=FlatLambdaCDM)` valid = (self._cls, self._cls.__qualname__) if kwargs["cosmology"] not in valid: raise ValueError( "keyword argument `cosmology` must be either the class " f"{valid[0]} or its qualified name '{valid[1]}'") with add_enabled_units(cu): cosmo = self.registry.read(self._cls, obj, *args, format=format, **kwargs) return cosmo
[docs]class CosmologyToFormat(io_registry.UnifiedReadWrite): """Transform this Cosmology to another format. This function provides the Cosmology interface to the astropy unified I/O layer. This allows easily transforming to supported data formats using syntax such as:: >>> from astropy.cosmology import Planck18 >>> Planck18.to_format("mapping") {'cosmology': astropy.cosmology.core.FlatLambdaCDM, 'name': 'Planck18', 'H0': <Quantity 67.66 km / (Mpc s)>, 'Om0': 0.30966, ... Get help on the available representations for ``Cosmology`` using the ``help()`` method:: >>> Cosmology.to_format.help() # Get help and list supported formats >>> Cosmology.to_format.help('<format>') # Get detailed help on format >>> Cosmology.to_format.list_formats() # Print list of available formats Parameters ---------- format : str Format specifier. *args Positional arguments passed through to data writer. If supplied the first argument is the output filename. **kwargs Keyword arguments passed through to data writer. """ def __init__(self, instance, cls): super().__init__(instance, cls, "write", registry=convert_registry)
[docs] def __call__(self, format, *args, **kwargs): return self.registry.write(self._instance, None, *args, format=format, **kwargs)