Source code for mesmerize.plotting.utils

from PyQt5 import QtCore, QtGui, QtWidgets
from glob import glob
import os
from matplotlib import cm as matplotlib_color_map
from typing import *
from mesmerize.pyqtgraphCore import mkColor
import numpy as np
from collections import OrderedDict
from warnings import warn

qual_cmaps = ['Pastel1', 'Pastel2', 'Paired', 'Accent', 'Dark2', 'Set1', 'Set2', 'Set3', 'tab10', 'tab20', 'tab20b',

[docs]def auto_colormap(n_colors: int, cmap: str = 'hsv', output: str = 'mpl', spacing: str = 'uniform', alpha: float = 1.0) -> List[Union[QtGui.QColor, np.ndarray]]: """ If non-qualitative map: returns list of colors evenly spread through the chosen colormap. If qualitative map: returns subsequent colors from the chosen colormap :param n_colors: Numbers of colors to return :param cmap: name of colormap :param output: option: 'mpl' returns RGBA values between 0-1 which matplotlib likes, option: 'pyqt' returns QtGui.QColor instances that correspond to the RGBA values :param spacing: option: 'uniform' returns evenly spaced colors across the entire cmap range option: 'subsequent' returns subsequent colors from the cmap :param alpha: alpha level, 0.0 - 1.0 :return: List of colors as either QColor or numpy array with length n_colors """ valid = ['mpl', 'pyqt'] if output not in valid: raise ValueError(f'output must be one {valid}') valid = ['uniform', 'subsequent'] if spacing not in valid: raise ValueError(f'spacing must be one of either {valid}') if alpha < 0.0 or alpha > 1.0: raise ValueError('alpha must be within 0.0 and 1.0') cm = matplotlib_color_map.get_cmap(cmap) cm._init() if output == 'pyqt': lut = (cm._lut * 255).view(np.ndarray) else: lut = (cm._lut).view(np.ndarray) lut[:, 3] *= alpha if spacing == 'uniform': if not cmap in qual_cmaps: cm_ixs = np.linspace(0, 210, n_colors, dtype=int) else: if n_colors > len(lut): raise ValueError('Too many colors requested for the chosen cmap') cm_ixs = np.arange(0, len(lut), dtype=int) else: cm_ixs = range(n_colors) colors = [] for ix in range(n_colors): c = lut[cm_ixs[ix]] if output == 'pyqt': colors.append(mkColor(c)) else: colors.append(c) return colors
[docs]def get_colormap(labels: iter, cmap: str, **kwargs) -> OrderedDict: """ Get a dict for mapping labels onto colors Any kwargs are passed to auto_colormap() :param labels: labels for creating a colormap. Order is maintained if it is a list of unique elements. :param cmap: name of colormap :return: dict of labels as keys and colors as values """ if not len(set(labels)) == len(labels): labels = list(set(labels)) else: labels = list(labels) colors = auto_colormap(len(labels), cmap, **kwargs) return OrderedDict(zip(labels, colors))
[docs]def map_labels_to_colors(labels: iter, cmap: str, **kwargs) -> list: """ Map labels onto colors according to chosen colormap Any kwargs are passed to auto_colormap() :param labels: labels for mapping onto a colormap :param cmap: name of colormap :return: list of colors mapped onto the labels """ mapper = get_colormap(labels, cmap, **kwargs) return list(map(mapper.get, labels))
class ColormapListWidget(QtWidgets.QListWidget): signal_colormap_changed = QtCore.pyqtSignal(str) def __init__(self, parent): QtWidgets.QListWidget.__init__(self, parent=parent) self.populate_colormaps() self.currentItemChanged.connect(self.emit_colormap_changed) self.setToolTip('Colormap picker') self.setCurrentRow(0) @property def current_cmap(self) -> str: return self.currentItem().text() def set_cmap(self, cmap: str): item = self.findItems(cmap, QtCore.Qt.MatchExactly)[0] ix = self.indexFromItem(item) self.setCurrentIndex(ix) def get_cmap(self) -> str: return self.currentItem().text() def emit_colormap_changed(self, item: QtWidgets.QListWidgetItem): self.signal_colormap_changed.emit(item.text()) def populate_colormaps(self): mpath = os.path.abspath(__file__) mdir = os.path.dirname(mpath) cmap_img_files = glob(mdir + '/colormaps/*.png') cmap_img_files.sort() for path in cmap_img_files: img = QtGui.QIcon(path) item = QtWidgets.QListWidgetItem(os.path.basename(path)[:-4]) item.setIcon(img) self.addItem(item) self.setIconSize(QtCore.QSize(120, 25)) class WidgetEntry: def __init__(self, setter: callable, getter: callable, name: str): self.setter = setter self.getter = getter = name
[docs]class WidgetRegistry: """ Register widgets to conveniently store and restore their states """ def __init__(self): self.widgets = dict()
[docs] def register(self, widget: QtWidgets.QWidget, setter: callable, getter: callable, name: str): """ Register a widget. The `setter` and `getter` methods must be interoperable :param widget: widget to register :type widget: QtWidgets.QWidget :param setter: widget's method to use for setting its value :type setter: callable :param getter: widget's method to use for getting its value. This value must be settable through the specified "setter" method :type getter: callable :param name: a name for this widget :type name: str """ if (not callable(setter)) or (not callable(getter)): raise TypeError('setter and getter must be callable') self.widgets[widget] = WidgetEntry(setter=setter, getter=getter, name=name)
[docs] def get_state(self) -> dict: """Get a dict of states for all registered widgets""" s = dict() for w in self.widgets.keys(): name = self.widgets[w].name s[name] = self.widgets[w].getter() return s
[docs] def set_state(self, state: dict): """Set all registered widgets from a dict""" for w in self.widgets.keys(): name = self.widgets[w].name # account for using old saved state files whilst control widgets change if name not in state.keys(): warn(f'State not available for widget: {name}\n{w}') continue s = state[name] self.widgets[w].setter(s)