Source code for pyaerocom.colocateddata

#!/usr/bin/env python3
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
from pyaerocom import logger, const
from pyaerocom.mathutils import calc_statistics
from pyaerocom.helpers import to_pandas_timestamp
from pyaerocom.exceptions import (CoordinateError, DataDimensionError,
                                  NetcdfError, VarNotAvailableError,
from pyaerocom.plot.plotscatter import plot_scatter
from pyaerocom.variable import Variable
from pyaerocom.region import valid_default_region, Region
from pyaerocom.geodesy import get_country_info_coords
from pyaerocom.helpers_landsea_masks import (load_region_mask_xr, get_mask_value)

import numpy as np
import pandas as pd
import os
import xarray

[docs]class ColocatedData(object): """Class representing colocated and unified data from two sources Sources may be instances of :class:`UngriddedData` or :class:`GriddedData` that have been compared to each other. Note ---- Currently, it is not foreseen, that this object is instantiated from scratch, but it is rather created in and returned by objects / methods that perform colocation. The purpose of this object is thus, not the creation of colocated objects, but solely the analysis of such data as well as I/O features (e.g. save as / read from .nc files, convert to pandas.DataFrame, plot station time series overlays, scatter plots, etc.) In the current design, such an object comprises 3 dimensions, where the first dimension (depth, index 0) is ALWAYS length 2 and specifies the two datasets that were compared Parameters ---------- data : xarray.DataArray or numpy.ndarray or str, optional Colocated data. If str, then it is attempted to be loaded from file. Else, it is assumed that data is numpy array and that all further supplementary inputs (e.g. coords, dims) for the instantiation of :class:`DataArray` is provided via **kwargs. ref_data_id : str, optional ID of reference data **kwargs Additional keyword args that are passed to init of :class:`DataArray` in case input `data` is numpy array. Raises ------ IOError if init fails """ __version__ = '0.10' def __init__(self, data=None, **kwargs): self._data = None if data is not None: # check if input is DataArray and if not, try to create instance # of DataArray. If this fails, raise Exception if isinstance(data, xarray.DataArray): = data elif isinstance(data, np.ndarray): try: data = xarray.DataArray(data, **kwargs) except Exception as e: raise IOError('Failed to initiate DataArray from input.\n' 'Error: {}'.format(repr(e))) = data elif isinstance(data, str): else: raise IOError('Failed to interpret input {}'.format(data)) @property def data(self): """Data object (instance of :class:`xarray.DataArray`)""" if self._data is None: raise AttributeError('No data available in this object') return self._data @data.setter def data(self, val): if not isinstance(val, xarray.DataArray): raise IOError('Invalid input for data attribute, need instance ' 'of xarray.DataArray') if self._data is not None: logger.warning('Overwriting existing data in ColocatedData object') self._data = val @property def name(self): """Name of data (should be variable name)""" return @name.setter def name(self, val): = val @property def ndim(self): """Dimension of data array""" return @property def coords(self): """Coordinates of data array""" return @property def dims(self): """Names of dimensions""" return @property def shape(self): """Shape of data array""" return @property def data_source(self): """Coordinate array containing data sources (z-axis)""" return @property def var_name(self): """Coordinate array containing data sources (z-axis)""" return @property def longitude(self): """Array of longitude coordinates""" if not 'longitude' in raise AttributeError('ColocatedData does not include longitude ' 'coordinate') return @property def latitude(self): """Array of latitude coordinates""" if not 'latitude' in raise AttributeError('ColocatedData does not include latitude ' 'coordinate') return @property def time(self): """Array containing time stamps""" if not 'time' in raise AttributeError('ColocatedData does not include time' ' coordinate') return @property def start(self): """Start datetime of data""" return self.time.values[0] @property def stop(self): """Stop datetime of data""" return self.time.values[-1] @property def ts_type(self): """String specifying temporal resolution of data""" if not "ts_type" in self.meta: raise ValueError('Colocated data object does not contain ' 'information about temporal resolution') return self.meta['ts_type'] @property def units(self): """Unit of data""" try: return['var_units'] except KeyError: logger.warning('Failed to access unit ColocatedData class (may be an ' 'old version of data)') @property def unitstr(self): unique = [] u = self.units for val in u: if val is None: val = 'N/D' elif not isinstance(val, str): val = str(val) if not val in unique: unique.append(val) return ', '.join(unique) @property def meta(self): """Meta data""" return @property def num_grid_points(self): """Number of lon / lat grid points that contain data""" const.print_log.warning(DeprecationWarning('OLD NAME: please use num_coords')) return self.num_coords @property def num_coords(self): """Total number of lat/lon coordinates""" if 'station_name' in self.coords: return len( elif self.ndim == 4: if not all([x in for x in ('longitude', 'latitude')]): raise AttributeError('Cannot determine grid points. Either ' 'longitude or latitude are not contained ' 'in 4D data object, which contains the ' 'following dimensions: {}' return len( * len( elif not self.has_time_dim: if self.has_latlon_dims: return[0].shape) raise DataDimensionError('Could not infer number of coordinates') @property def num_coords_with_data(self): """Number of lat/lon coordinates that contain at least one datapoint Todo ---- check 4D data """ if self.has_time_dim: return ([0].count(dim='time') > 0).data.sum() # TODO: ADDED IN A RUSH BY JGLISS ON 17.06.2020, check! return ([0].count() > 0).data.sum() @property def has_time_dim(self): """Boolean specifying whether data has a time dimension""" return True if 'time' in self.dims else False @property def has_latlon_dims(self): """Boolean specifying whether data has latitude and longitude dimensions""" return all([dim in self.dims for dim in ['latitude', 'longitude']]) @property def countries_available(self): """ Alphabetically sorted list of country names available Raises ------ MetaDataError if no country information is available Returns ------- list list of countries available in these data """ if not 'country' in self.coords: raise MetaDataError('No country information available in ' 'ColocatedData. You may run class method ' 'check_set_countries to automatically assign ' 'countries to the station_name coordinate') return sorted(dict.fromkeys(['country'].data)) @property def country_codes_available(self): """ Alphabetically sorted list of country codes available Raises ------ MetaDataError if no country information is available Returns ------- list list of countries available in these data """ if not 'country_code' in self.coords: raise MetaDataError('No country information available in ' 'ColocatedData. You may run class method ' 'check_set_countries to automatically assign ' 'countries to the station_name coordinate') return sorted(dict.fromkeys(['country_code'].data)) @property def area_weights(self): """ Wrapper for :func:`calc_area_weights` """ return self.calc_area_weights()
[docs] def get_country_codes(self): """ Get country names and codes for all locations contained in these data Raises ------ MetaDataError if no country information is available Returns ------- dict dictionary of unique country names (keys) and corresponding country codes (values) """ if not 'country' in self.coords: raise MetaDataError('No country information available in ' 'ColocatedData. You may run class method ' 'check_set_countries to automatically assign ' 'countries to the station_name coordinate') countries =['country'].data codes =['country_code'].data return dict(zip(countries, codes))
[docs] def calc_area_weights(self): """Calculate area weights Note ---- Only applies to colocated data that has latitude and longitude dimension. Returns ------- ndarray array containing weights for each datapoint (same shape as `[0]`) """ if not self.has_latlon_dims: raise DataDimensionError('Can only compute area weights for data ' 'with latitude and longitude dimension') if not 'units' in['units'] = 'degrees' if not 'units' in['units'] = 'degrees' arr = from pyaerocom import GriddedData obs = GriddedData(arr.to_iris()) return obs.calc_area_weights()
[docs] def min(self): return
[docs] def max(self): return
[docs] def check_dimensions(self): """Checks if data source and time dimension are at the right index ToDo ---- Check if this is needed. Little cumbersome at the moment, the data object can / should be more flexible! Should """ raise NotImplementedError(DeprecationWarning('This method has been ' 'deprecated in v0.10.0'))
[docs] def resample_time(self, to_ts_type, how='mean', apply_constraints=None, min_num_obs=None, colocate_time=True, inplace=True, **kwargs): """Resample time dimension Parameters ---------- to_ts_type : str new temporal resolution (must be lower than current resolution) Returns ------- ColocatedData new data object containing resampled data Raises ------ TemporalResolutionError if input resolution is higher than current resolution """ if inplace: col = self else: col = self.copy() # if colocate time is activated, remove datapoints from model, where # there is no observation if colocate_time: mask = np.isnan([0]).data[1][mask] = np.nan from pyaerocom.time_resampler import TimeResampler res = TimeResampler( data_arr = res.resample(to_ts_type=to_ts_type, from_ts_type=col.ts_type, how=how, apply_constraints=apply_constraints, min_num_obs=min_num_obs, **kwargs) data_arr.attrs.update(col.meta) data_arr.attrs['ts_type'] = str(to_ts_type) = data_arr['colocate_time'] = colocate_time return col
[docs] def flatten_latlondim_station_name(self): """Stack (flatten) lat / lon dimension into new dimension station_name Returns ------- ColocatedData new colocated data object with dimension station_name and lat lon arrays as additional coordinates """ if not 'latitude' in self.dims or not 'longitude' in self.dims: raise AttributeError('Need latitude and longitude dimension') elif 'station_name' in self.dims: raise AttributeError('Cannot stack lat lon dimensions to new dim ' 'station_name as it already exists in data') arr = self.stack(station_name=['latitude', 'longitude'], inplace=False).data meta = {} meta.update(self.meta) lats = arr.latitude.values lons = arr.longitude.values time = arr.time.values stridx = [str(x) for x in arr.station_name.values] nparr = coords = { 'data_source' : meta['data_source'], 'time' : time, 'station_name': stridx, 'latitude' : ('station_name', lats), 'longitude' : ('station_name', lons) } dims = ['data_source', 'time', 'station_name'] output = ColocatedData(data=nparr, coords=coords, dims=dims,, attrs=meta) return output
[docs] def stack(self, inplace=False, **kwargs): """Stack one or more dimensions Parameters ---------- **kwargs input arguments passed to :func:`DataArray.stack` Returns ------- ColocatedData stacked data object Example ------- coldata = coldata.stack(latlon=['latitude', 'longitude']) """ if inplace: data = self else: data = self.copy() =**kwargs) return data
[docs] def unstack(self, inplace=False, **kwargs): """Unstack one or more dimensions Parameters ---------- **kwargs input arguments passed to :func:`DataArray.unstack` Returns ------- ColocatedData unstacked data object """ if inplace: data = self else: data = self.copy() return data.unstack(**kwargs)
[docs] def get_coords_valid_obs(self): """ Get latitude / longitude coordinates where obsdata is available Returns ------- list latitute coordinates list longitude coordinates """ obs =[0] if self.ndim == 4: stacked = obs.stack(x=['latitude', 'longitude']) invalid = stacked.isnull().all(dim='time') coords = stacked.x[~invalid].values return list(zip(*list(coords))) invalid = obs.isnull().all(dim='time') return (list(obs.latitude[~invalid].values), list(obs.longitude[~invalid].values))
def _iter_stats(self): if not 'station_name' in raise AttributeError('ColocatedData object has no dimension ' 'station_name. Consider stacking...') if 'latitude' in self.dims and 'longitude' in self.dims: raise AttributeError('Cannot init station iter index since ' 'latitude and longitude are othorgonal') lats = lons = stats = return list(zip(lats, lons, stats)) def _get_stat_coords(self): if self.ndim == 4: if not self.has_latlon_dims: raise DataDimensionError('Invalid dimensions in 4D ColocatedData') lats, lons =, coords = np.dstack((np.meshgrid(lats, lons))) coords = coords.reshape(len(lats) * len(lons), 2) return coords if not 'latitude' in self.coords: coords = if not isinstance(coords[0], tuple) or len(coords[0]) != 2: raise ValueError('Cannot infer coordinates...') return coords return list(zip(,
[docs] def check_set_countries(self, inplace=True, assign_to_dim=None): """ Checks if country information is available and assigns if not If not country information is available, countries will be assigned for each lat / lon coordinate using :func:`pyaerocom.geodesy.get_country_info_coords`. Parameters ---------- inplace : bool, optional If True, modify and return this object, else a copy. The default is True. assign_to_dim : str, optional name of dimension to which the country coordinate is assigned. Default is None, in which case station_name is used. Raises ------ DataDimensionError If data is 4D (i.e. if latitude and longitude are othorgonal dimensions) Returns ------- ColocatedData data object with countries assigned """ if self.has_latlon_dims: raise DataDimensionError('Countries cannot be assigned to 4D' 'ColocatedData with othorgonal lat / lon ' 'dimensions. Please consider stacking ' 'the latitude and longitude dimensions-') if assign_to_dim is None: assign_to_dim = 'station_name' if not assign_to_dim in self.dims: raise DataDimensionError('No such dimension', assign_to_dim) # ============================================================================= # if self.has_latlon_dims: #4D data # raise NotImplementedError('Cannot yet assign countries to 4D ' # 'ColocatedData') # ============================================================================= coldata = self if inplace else self.copy() if 'country' in'Country information is available') return coldata coords = coldata._get_stat_coords() info = get_country_info_coords(coords) countries, codes = [],[] for item in info: countries.append(item['country']) codes.append(item['country_code']) arr = arr = arr.assign_coords(country = (assign_to_dim, countries), country_code=(assign_to_dim, codes)) = arr return coldata
[docs] def copy(self): """Copy this object""" return ColocatedData(
[docs] def set_zeros_nan(self, inplace=True): """ Replace all 0's with NaN in data Parameters ---------- inplace : str, optional Whether to modify this object or return a copy. The default is True. Returns ------- cd : ColocatedData modified data object """ # actual 0 entries in data will be ignored as they can skew the statistics # data should not be 0! Even if it's below detection limit or similar (in # which case it should be NaN) if inplace: cd = self else: cd = self.copy() zeros = == 0 if zeros.any(): const.print_log.warning("Found 0's in ColocatedData ({},{},{}). " "These will be set to NaN for web processing" .format(cd.meta['var_name'][0], cd.meta['data_source'][0], cd.meta['data_source'][1]))[zeros] = np.nan return cd
[docs] def calc_statistics(self, constrain_val_range=False, use_area_weights=False, **kwargs): """Calculate statistics from model and obs data Wrapper for function :func:`pyaerocom.mathutils.calc_statistics` Returns ------- dict dictionary containing statistical parameters """ if constrain_val_range: var = Variable(self.meta['var_name'][1]) kwargs['lowlim'] = var.lower_limit kwargs['highlim'] = var.upper_limit if use_area_weights and not 'weights' in kwargs and self.has_latlon_dims: kwargs['weights'] = self.area_weights[0].flatten() elif 'weights' in kwargs: raise ValueError('Invalid input combination: weights are provided ' 'but use_area_weights is set to False...') stats = calc_statistics([1].flatten(),[0].flatten(), **kwargs) stats['num_coords_with_data'] = self.num_coords_with_data stats['num_coords_tot'] = self.num_coords return stats
[docs] def plot_scatter(self, constrain_val_range=False, **kwargs): """Create scatter plot of data Parameters ---------- **kwargs keyword args passed to :func:`pyaerocom.plot.plotscatter.plot_scatter` Returns ------- ax matplotlib axes instance """ meta = self.meta num_points = self.num_coords_with_data vars_ = meta['var_name'] if constrain_val_range: var = Variable(self.meta['var_name'][0]) kwargs['lowlim_stats'] = var.lower_limit kwargs['highlim_stats'] = var.upper_limit if vars_[0] != vars_[1]: var_ref = vars_[0] else: var_ref = None # ToDo: include option to use area weighted stats in plotting # routine... return plot_scatter([0].flatten(),[1].flatten(), var_name=vars_[1], var_name_ref = var_ref, x_name=meta['data_source'][0], y_name=meta['data_source'][1], start=self.start, stop=self.stop, unit=self.unitstr, ts_type=meta['ts_type'], stations_ok=num_points, filter_name=meta['filter_name'], **kwargs)
def _load_fake_data(self, num_stations=1000, num_tstamps=365): raise NotImplementedError('Currently not working') data = np.empty((2, num_tstamps, num_stations)) # supposed to be like station coordinate, i.e. the final data type lons = np.linspace(10, 40, num_stations) lats = np.linspace(30, 50, num_stations) times = np.linspace(1,30, num_tstamps).astype('datetime64[D]') times = times.astype('datetime64[ns]') model = np.ones(num_tstamps).reshape((num_tstamps,1)) * np.linspace(1, 2, num_stations) obs = np.ones(num_tstamps).reshape((num_tstamps,1))*2 * np.linspace(1, 1.5, num_stations) data[0] = model data[1] = obs meta = {'ts_type' : 'daily', 'ts_type_src' : '3hourly', 'year' : 1970, 'data_source' : ['AeronetSunV2L2.daily', 'ECMWF_OSUITE'], 'var_name' : 'od550aer', 'filter_name' : 'WORLD-noMOUNTAINS', 'data_level' : 'colocated'} arr = xarray.DataArray(data, coords={'data_source' : meta['data_source'], 'time' : times, 'longitude': lons, 'latitude' : ('longitude', lats)}, dims=['data_source', 'time', 'longitude'], name=meta['var_name'], attrs=meta) self._data = arr
[docs] def rename_variable(self, var_name, new_var_name, data_source, inplace=True): """Rename a variable in this object Parameters ---------- var_name : str current variable name new_var_name : str new variable name data_source : str name of data source (along data_source dimension) inplace : bool replace here or create new instance Returns ------- ColocatedData instance with renamed variable Raises ------ VarNotAvailableError if input variable is not available in this object DataSourceError if input data_source is not available in this object """ if not data_source in self.meta['data_source']: raise DataSourceError('No such data source {} in ColocatedData' .format(data_source)) if not var_name in self.meta['var_name']: raise VarNotAvailableError('No such variable {} in ColocatedData' .format(var_name)) if inplace: obj = self else: obj = self.copy() arr = idx = arr.attrs['data_source'].index(data_source) arr.attrs['var_name'][idx] = new_var_name if var_name == = new_var_name = arr return obj
@staticmethod def _aerocom_savename(var_name, obs_id, model_id, start_str, stop_str, ts_type, filter_name): return ('{}_REF-{}_MOD-{}_{}_{}_{}_{}'.format(var_name, obs_id, model_id, start_str, stop_str, ts_type, filter_name)) @property def savename_aerocom(self): """Default save name for data object following AeroCom convention""" start_str = self.meta['start_str'] stop_str = self.meta['stop_str'] source_info = self.meta['data_source'] data_ref_id = source_info[0] if len(source_info) > 2: model_id = 'MultiModels' else: model_id = source_info[1] return self._aerocom_savename(, data_ref_id, model_id, start_str, stop_str, self.ts_type, self.meta['filter_name'])
[docs] @staticmethod def get_meta_from_filename(file_path): """Get meta information from file name Note ---- This does not yet include IDs of model and obs data as these should be included in the data anyways (e.g. column names in CSV file) and may include the delimiter _ in their name. Returns ------- dict dicitonary with meta information """ spl = os.path.basename(file_path).split('.nc')[0].split('_') start = to_pandas_timestamp(spl[-4]) stop = to_pandas_timestamp(spl[-3]) meta = dict(var_name = spl[0], ts_type = spl[-2], filter_name = spl[-1], start = start, stop = stop) if not 'REF' in spl[1]: raise ValueError('File name does not follow convention') ref_base = spl[1].split('REF-')[1] mod_base = '' in_mod = False for item in spl[2:-4]: if in_mod: mod_base += '_{}'.format(item) if item.startswith('MOD-'): in_mod=True mod_base = item.split('MOD-')[1] if not in_mod: ref_base += item #model, ts_type_src = mod_base.rsplit('-',1) meta['data_source'] = [ref_base, mod_base] #meta['ts_type_src'] = ts_type_src return meta
[docs] def to_netcdf(self, out_dir, savename=None, **kwargs): """Save data object as NetCDF file Wrapper for method :func:`xarray.DataArray.to_netdcf` Parameters ---------- out_dir : str output directory savename : str, optional name of file, if None, the default save name is used (cf. :attr:`savename_aerocom`) **kwargs additional, optional keyword arguments passed to :func:`xarray.DataArray.to_netdcf` """ if 'path' in kwargs: raise IOError('Path needs to be specified using input parameters ' 'out_dir and savename') if savename is None: savename = self.savename_aerocom if not savename.endswith('.nc'): savename = '{}.nc'.format(savename) out = None for k, v in if v is None:[k] = 'None' elif isinstance(v, bool):[k] = int(v) if k == 'min_num_obs' and isinstance(v, dict): out = '' for to, how in v.items(): for fr, num in how.items(): out += '{},{},{};'.format(to, fr, num) if out is not None:['_min_num_obs'] = out'min_num_obs'), savename), **kwargs)
[docs] def read_netcdf(self, file_path): """Read data from NetCDF file Parameters ---------- file_path : str file path """ try: self.get_meta_from_filename(file_path) except Exception as e: raise NetcdfError('Invlid file name for ColocatedData: {}.Error: {}' .format(os.path.basename(file_path, repr(e)))) arr = xarray.open_dataarray(file_path) if '_min_num_obs' in arr.attrs: info = {} for val in arr.attrs['_min_num_obs'].split(';')[:-1]: to, fr, num = val.split(',') if not to in info: info[to] = {} if not fr in info[to]: info[to][fr] = {} info[to][fr] = int(num) arr.attrs['min_num_obs'] = info = arr return self
[docs] def to_dataframe(self): """Convert this object into pandas.DataFrame Note ---- This does not include meta information """ logger.warning('This method is currently not completely finished') model_vals =[1].flatten() obs_vals =[0].flatten() mask = ~np.isnan(obs_vals) return pd.DataFrame({'ref' : obs_vals[mask], 'data' : model_vals[mask]})
[docs] def from_dataframe(self, df): """Create colocated Data object from dataframe Note ---- This is intended to be used as back-conversion from :func:`to_dataframe` and methods that use the latter (e.g. :func:`to_csv`). """ raise NotImplementedError('Coming soon...') data = df.to_xarray() = data
[docs] def to_csv(self, out_dir, savename=None): """Save data object as .csv file Converts data to pandas.DataFrame and then saves as csv Parameters ---------- out_dir : str output directory savename : :obj:`str`, optional name of file, if None, the default save name is used (cf. :attr:`savename_aerocom`) """ if savename is None: savename = self.savename_aerocom if not savename.endswith('.csv'): savename = '{}.csv'.format(savename) df = self.to_dataframe() file_path = os.path.join(out_dir, savename) df.to_csv(file_path) return file_path
[docs] def from_csv(self, file_path): """Read data from CSV file Todo ----- Complete docstring """ meta = self.get_meta_from_filename(file_path) df = pd.read_csv(file_path) self.from_dataframe(df)**meta)
[docs] def open(self, file_path): """High level helper for reading from supported file sources Parameters ---------- file_path : str file path """ if file_path.endswith('nc'): self.read_netcdf(file_path) return raise IOError('Failed to import file {}. File type is not supported ' .format(os.path.basename(file_path)))
[docs] def filter_altitude(self, alt_range, inplace=False): if not self._check_latlon_coords(): raise NotImplementedError('Altitude filtering for data with ' 'lat and lon dimension is not yet ' 'supported') filtered = self._filter_altitude_2d(, alt_range) filtered.attrs['alt_range'] = alt_range if inplace: = filtered return self return ColocatedData(filtered)
@staticmethod def _filter_altitude_2d(arr, alt_range): if not 'station_name' in arr.dims: raise DataDimensionError('Cannot filter region, require dimension ' 'station_name') if not list(arr.dims).index('station_name') == 2: raise DataDimensionError('station_name must be 3. dimensional index') mask = np.logical_and(arr.altitude > alt_range[0], arr.altitude < alt_range[1]) filtered = arr[:,:,mask] return filtered def _check_latlon_coords(self): _check = ('latitude', 'longitude') if not all([x in self.coords for x in _check]): raise CoordinateError('Missing latitude or longitude coordinate ' '(or both)') elif any([x in self.dims for x in _check]): if not all([x in self.dims for x in _check]): raise CoordinateError('Only one of latitude / longitude is ' 'dimension (require None or both)') return False return True @staticmethod def _filter_country_2d(arr, country, use_country_code): if not 'country' in arr.coords: raise DataDimensionError('Cannot filter country {}. No country ' 'information available in DataArray' .format(country)) what = 'country' if not use_country_code else 'country_code' countries = arr[what] country_dims = countries.dims # some sanity checking (this can probably be done more elegant using # xarray syntax, however, did not manage to use loc, sel, etc since # country is not a dimension coordinate) assert country_dims[0] == 'station_name' assert len(country_dims) == 1 assert arr.ndim == 3 assert arr.dims[-1] == 'station_name' mask = arr[what] == country return arr[:,:,mask] @staticmethod def _filter_latlon_2d(arr, lat_range, lon_range): if not 'station_name' in arr.dims: raise DataDimensionError('Cannot filter region, require dimension ' 'station_name') if not list(arr.dims).index('station_name') == 2: raise DataDimensionError('station_name must be 3. dimensional index') mask = (np.logical_and(arr.longitude > lon_range[0], arr.longitude < lon_range[1]) & np.logical_and(arr.latitude > lat_range[0], arr.latitude < lat_range[1])) return arr[:,:,mask] @staticmethod def _filter_latlon_3d(arr, lat_range, lon_range): if not isinstance(lat_range, slice): lat_range = slice(lat_range[0], lat_range[1]) if not isinstance(lon_range, slice): lon_range = slice(lon_range[0], lon_range[1]) return arr.sel(dict(latitude=lat_range, longitude=lon_range))
[docs] def apply_country_filter(self, region_id, use_country_code=False, inplace=False): is_2d = self._check_latlon_coords() if is_2d: filtered = self._filter_country_2d(, region_id, use_country_code) else: raise NotImplementedError('Cannot yet filter') if inplace: = filtered return self return ColocatedData(filtered)
[docs] def apply_latlon_filter(self, lat_range=None, lon_range=None, region_id=None, inplace=False): """Apply regional filter Returns new object filtered for input coordinate range Parameters ---------- lat_range : list, optional latitude range that is supposed to be applied. If specified, then also lon_range need to be specified, else, region_id is checked against AeroCom default regions (and used if applicable) lon_range : list, optional longitude range that is supposed to be applied. If specified, then also lat_range need to be specified, else, region_id is checked against AeroCom default regions (and used if applicable) region_id : str name of region to be applied. If provided (i.e. not None) then input args `lat_range` and `lon_range` are ignored Returns ------- ColocatedData filtered data object """ is_2d = self._check_latlon_coords() if region_id is not None: reg = Region(region_id) lon_range = reg.lon_range lat_range = reg.lat_range region_id = if all([x is None for x in (lat_range, lon_range)]): raise ValueError('Please provide input, either for lat_range or ' 'lon_range or region_id') if lon_range is None: lon_range = [-180, 180] if lat_range is None: lat_range = [-90, 90] latr, lonr =['lat_range'],['lon_range'] if np.equal(latr, lat_range).all() and np.equal(lonr, lon_range).all():'Filtering of lat_range={} and lon_range={} ' 'results in unchanged object, returning self' .format(lon_range, lat_range)) return self if lat_range[0] < latr[0]: lat_range[0] = latr[0] if lat_range[1] > latr[1]: lat_range[1] = latr[1] if lon_range[0] < lonr[0]: lon_range[0] = lonr[0] if lon_range[1] > lonr[1]: lon_range[1] = lonr[1] if is_2d: filtered = self._filter_latlon_2d(, lat_range, lon_range) else: filtered = self._filter_latlon_3d(, lat_range, lon_range) if not isinstance(region_id, str): region_id = 'CUSTOM' try: alt_info = filtered.attrs['filter_name'].split('-', 1)[-1] except Exception: alt_info = 'CUSTOM' filtered.attrs['filter_name'] = '{}-{}'.format(region_id, alt_info) filtered.attrs['region'] = region_id filtered.attrs['lon_range'] = lon_range filtered.attrs['lat_range'] = lat_range if inplace: = filtered return self return ColocatedData(filtered)
[docs] def apply_region_mask(self, region_id, inplace=False): """ Apply a binary regions mask filter to data object. Available binary regions IDs can be found at `pyaerocom.const.HTAP_REGIONS`. Parameters ---------- region_id : str ID of binary regions. inplace : bool, optional If True, the current instance, is modified, else a new instance of `ColocatedData` is created and filtered. The default is False. Returns ------- data : ColocatedData Filtered data object. """ data = self if inplace else self.copy() mask = load_region_mask_xr(region_id) if data.ndim == 4: data = data.flatten_latlondim_station_name() arr = drop_idx = [] for (lat, lon, stat) in data._iter_stats(): if get_mask_value(lat, lon, mask) < 1: drop_idx.append(stat) if len(drop_idx) > 0: arr = arr.drop(dim='station_name', labels=drop_idx) = arr return data
[docs] def filter_region(self, region_id, check_mask=True, check_country_meta=False, inplace=False): """Filter object by region Parameters ---------- region_id : str ID of region inplace : bool if True, the filtering is done directly in this instance, else a new instance is returned check_mask : bool if True and region_id a valid name for a binary mask, then the filtering is done based on that binary mask. check_country_meta : bool if True, then the input region_id is first checked against available country names in metadata. If that fails, it is assumed that this regions is either a valid name for registered rectangular regions or for available binary masks. Returns ------- ColocatedData filtered data object """ if check_country_meta: if region_id in self.countries_available: return self.apply_country_filter(region_id, use_country_code=False, inplace=inplace) elif region_id in self.country_codes_available: return self.apply_country_filter(region_id, use_country_code=True, inplace=inplace) if region_id in const.HTAP_REGIONS: return self.apply_region_mask(region_id, inplace) else: return self.apply_latlon_filter(region_id=region_id, inplace=inplace)
[docs] def get_regional_timeseries(self, region_id, **filter_kwargs): """ Compute regional timeseries both for model and obs Parameters ---------- region_id : str name of region for which regional timeseries is supposed to be retrieved **filter_kwargs additional keyword args passed to :func:`filter_region`. Returns ------- dict dictionary containing regional timeseries for model (key `mod`) and obsdata (key `obs`) and name of region. """ result = {} subset = self.filter_region(region_id, inplace=False, **filter_kwargs) if subset.has_latlon_dims: rgts ='latitude', 'longitude')) else: rgts ='station_name') result['obs'] = pd.Series([0], rgts.time) result['mod'] = pd.Series([1], rgts.time) result['region'] = region_id return result
[docs] def calc_nmb_array(self): """Calculate data array with normalised bias (NMB) values Returns ------- DataArray NMBs at each coordinate """ _arr = mod, obs = _arr[1], _arr[0] return (mod - obs).sum('time') / obs.sum('time')
[docs] def plot_coordinates(self, marker='x', markersize=12, fontsize_base=10, **kwargs): from pyaerocom.plot.plotcoordinates import plot_coordinates lats, lons = self.get_coords_valid_obs() return plot_coordinates(lons=lons, lats=lats, marker=marker, markersize=markersize, fontsize_base=fontsize_base, **kwargs)
def __contains__(self, val): return def __repr__(self): return repr( def __str__(self): head = "Pyaerocom {}".format(type(self).__name__) s = "\n{}\n{}".format(head, len(head)*"-") try: data_str = str( s += '\nData: {}'.format(data_str) except Exception: pass return s ### Deprecated (but still supported) stuff @property def unit(self): """Unit of data""" const.print_log.warning(DeprecationWarning('Attr. unit is deprecated, ' 'please use units instead')) return self.units
if __name__=="__main__": import matplotlib.pyplot as plt import pyaerocom as pya plt.close('all') coldir = '/home/jonasg/github/aerocom_evaluation/coldata/PIII-optics2019-P/NorESM2-met2010_AP3-CTRL/' fname = '' #fname = '' coldata = ColocatedData(coldir + fname) #ts = coldata.get_regional_timeseries('EUROPE') from time import time t0 = time() sub0 = coldata.filter_region('EUROPE') dt0 = time() - t0 stacked = coldata.flatten_latlondim_station_name() t1 = time() sub1 = stacked.filter_region('EUROPE') dt1 = time() - t1 print('Not stacked: {:.3f} s'.format(dt0)) print('Stacked: {:.3f} s'.format(dt1)) #c1 = coldata.check_set_countries(inplace=False) #c1.filter_region('Germany', check_country_meta=True, inplace=True) #c1.plot_coordinates()