Source code for yggdrasil.communication.transforms.StatementTransform

import numpy as np
from yggdrasil import units
from import safe_eval
from yggdrasil.communication.transforms.TransformBase import TransformBase

[docs]class StatementTransform(TransformBase): r"""Class for transforming messages based on a provided statement using Python syntax. Args: statement (str): Python statement in terms of the message as represented by the string "%x%" that should evaluate to the transformed message. The statement should only use a limited set of builtins and the math library (See If more complex relationships are required, use the FunctionTransform class. Attributes: statement (str): Python statement that will be evaluated to transform messages. """ _transformtype = 'statement' _schema_required = ['statement'] _schema_properties = {'statement': {'type': 'string'}} def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): super(StatementTransform, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs) self.statement = self.statement.replace('%x%', 'x')
[docs] def evaluate_transform(self, x, no_copy=False): r"""Call transform on the provided message. Args: x (object): Message object to transform. no_copy (bool, optional): If True, the transformation occurs in place. Otherwise a copy is created and transformed. Defaults to False. Returns: bool: True if the message will pass through the transform, False otherwise. """ return safe_eval(self.statement, x=x)
[docs] @classmethod def get_testing_options(cls): r"""Get testing options for the transform class. Returns: list: Multiple dictionaries of keywords and messages before/after pairs that will result from the transform created by the provided keywords. """ out = [{'kwargs': {'statement': '%x%**3'}, 'in/out': [(1, 1), (2, 8)]}, {'kwargs': {'statement': '%x% * array([1, 1, 1])'}, 'in/out': [(1, np.ones(3, int)), (2, 2 * np.ones(3, int))]}, {'kwargs': {'statement': '%x% * ' + repr(units.add_units(1.0, 'cm'))}, 'in/out': [(1.0, units.add_units(1.0, 'cm')), (2.0, units.add_units(2.0, 'cm'))]}, {'kwargs': {'statement': '%x%**3'}, 'in/out': [(iter([1, 2]), iter([1, 8]))]}] return out