Source code for opendrift.models.openoil.adios.models.oil.product_type

Class that represents the product type

With validation

Also maintains the products types and labels mapping

from pathlib import Path
import csv

from ...util.many_many import ManyMany
from ..common.validators import EnumValidator
from .validation.warnings import WARNINGS

[docs] class TypeLabelsMap(ManyMany): """ class to maintain a many to many relationship between product types and labels The ``.product_types`` attribute is a mapping with the labels as keys, and product types as values. The ``.labels`` attribute is a mapping with the product type as keys, and the associated labels as values. """ product_types = ManyMany.right labels = ManyMany.left
[docs] def load_from_csv_file(filepath=None): """ Loads the product types and labels mapping from a CSV file :param filepath=None: The name of the file to load from. If not provided, it will look for: "product_types_and_labels.csv" next to this module """ if filepath is None: filepath = Path(__file__).parent / "product_types_and_labels.csv" with open(filepath, newline='', encoding="utf-8") as csvfile: # skip the header: while True: line = csvfile.readline() if line.strip().startswith("DATA TABLE:"): break ptypes_labels = {} reader = csv.reader(csvfile, dialect='excel') labels = next(reader)[2:] for row in reader: pt = row[0] for i, val in enumerate(row[2:]): if val.strip(): ptypes_labels.setdefault(pt, set()).add(labels[i]) # add the pt to the labels # not doing this anymore. # ptypes_labels.setdefault(pt, set()).add(pt) return ptypes_labels
PRODUCT_TYPE_LABEL_MAPPING = load_from_csv_file() PRODUCT_TYPES = tuple(PRODUCT_TYPE_LABEL_MAPPING) types_to_labels = TypeLabelsMap(PRODUCT_TYPE_LABEL_MAPPING) # I'd much rather not hard-code this, but how else to do it? # this is used by the validation code DOESNT_NEED_API = set(('Refined Product NOS', 'Refinery Intermediate', 'Solvent', 'Natural Plant Oil', 'Other'))
[docs] class ProductType(str): _valid_types = PRODUCT_TYPES _validator = EnumValidator(_valid_types, WARNINGS["W003"], case_insensitive=True)
[docs] @classmethod def validate(cls, value): if not value: return [WARNINGS["W002"]] return cls._validator(value)