Source code for pywwt.core

# Copyright 2018-2021 the .NET Foundation
# Licensed under the three-clause BSD license

The core WWT widget class.

The most important definition provided in this module is the `BaseWWTWidget`
type, which defines the generic interface for controlling WWT viewers across the
different backends supported by pywwt.

import asyncio
import json
import os
import shutil
import tempfile

from astropy import units as u
from astropy.time import Time
from astropy.coordinates import SkyCoord
import numpy as np
from traitlets import HasTraits, observe, validate, TraitError
import nest_asyncio

from .annotation import Circle, Polygon, Line, FieldOfView, CircleCollection
from .imagery import get_imagery_layers, ImageryLayers
from .instruments import Instruments
from .layers import LayerManager
from .logger import logger
from .solar_system import SolarSystem
from .traits import Color, Bool, Float, Unicode, AstropyQuantity
from .utils import ensure_utc

__all__ = [



    "solar system",
    "milky way",

R2D = 180 / np.pi
R2H = 12 / np.pi

[docs]class DataPublishingNotAvailableError(Exception): """ Raised if data need to be published, but publishing service isn't available. """ def __init__(self, msg=None): if msg is None: msg = "there is no mechanism available for pywwt to publish data to the WWT frontend" super(DataPublishingNotAvailableError, self).__init__(msg)
[docs]class ViewerNotAvailableError(Exception): """ Raised if an operation needs to communicate with the WWT viewer (app), but the app doesn't seem to be responding to messages. """ def __init__(self, msg=None): if msg is None: msg = ( "cannot complete the operation because the WWT viewer isn't responding" ) super(ViewerNotAvailableError, self).__init__(msg)
[docs]class BaseWWTWidget(HasTraits): """ A class that can control a WWT viewer from Python. You should not create instances of this class directly. Instead, you should obtain obtain an instance through one of the following mechanisms, depending on the environment in which you're running Python and WWT: - In JupyterLab (the recommended approach), use :func:`pywwt.jupyter.connect_to_app`. This requires that you have :ref:`set up the WWT JupyterLab extension <setup-jupyterlab>`. - In plain Jupyter, or if you want to use WWT in its widget mode, create an instance of :class:`pywwt.jupyter.WWTJupyterWidget`. This requires that you have :ref:`set up the pywwt Jupyter widget <setup-jupyter-widget>`. - If using Qt, create an instance of :class:`pywwt.qt.WWTQtClient`. - If you want to control the WWT Windows application, see the :mod:`` module. **Attributes:** If you modify most of the attributes listed below, your changes will automatically be reflected in the WWT view. However, there are a few special attributes that collect important pieces of WWT functionality: - :attr:`layers` (:class:`pywwt.layers.LayerManager`) allows you to add new data layers to the view. - :attr:`solar_system` (:class:`pywwt.solar_system.SolarSystem`) provides controls related to WWT's 3D "solar system" mode (which can display much more than just the solar system!) The following attributes collect information about data and modes that are available in the connected WWT viewer: - :attr:`available_layers` (list of ``str``) lists available image sets in a flat array - :attr:`available_views` (list of ``str``) lists available view modes (``"solar system"``, ``"jupiter"``, etc.) in a flat array - :attr:`imagery` (:class:`pywwt.imagery.ImageryLayers`) lists available imagery - :attr:`instruments` (:class:`pywwt.instruments.Instruments`) lists available instrument FOVs """ _startupMessageQueue = None _appAlive = False _readyFuture = None _readinessAchieved = False # View state that the frontend sends to us: _raRad = 0.0 _decRad = 0.0 _fovDeg = 60.0 _engineTime = Time("2017-03-09T12:30:00", format="isot") _systemTime = Time("2017-03-09T12:30:00", format="isot") _timeRate = 1.0 def __init__(self, hide_all_chrome=False): """ (Note that this docstring is not exposed in the API docs. It is aimed at developers.) Parameters ---------- hide_all_chrome : optional `bool` Configures the WWT frontend to hide all user-interface "chrome". Defaults to true to maintain compatibility with the historical pywwt user experience. Notes ----- This class communicates with the WWT "research application" (@wwtelescope/research-app), which has a standardized control interface (@wwtelescope/research-app-messages). This client is fundamentally concerned with communicating using that messaging interface. Subclasses need to set up some kind of mechanism that will call ``_on_app_status_change`` when the app is ready to receive messages (at a minimum), and ``_on_app_message_received`` when a message from the frontend app is received. They need to implement ``_actually_send_msg`` which will deliver a message to the app. """ super(BaseWWTWidget, self).__init__() self.observe(self._on_trait_change, type="change") self._startupMessageQueue = [] self._seqNum = 0 self._futures = {} self._available_layers = get_imagery_layers(DEFAULT_SURVEYS_URL) self._available_hips_catalog_names = [] self.imagery = ImageryLayers(self._available_layers) self.solar_system = SolarSystem(self) self._instruments = Instruments() self.current_mode = "sky" self._paused = False self._last_sent_view_mode = "sky" self.layers = LayerManager(parent=self) self._annotation_set = set() self._callbacks = {} if hide_all_chrome: self._send_msg( event="modify_settings", target="app", settings=[ ("hideAllChrome", True), ], ) # pywwt's surveys.xml has slightly different contents than # builtin-image-sets.wtml (for the time being), so we want to make sure # that the frontend agrees with us about which named imagesets are # available. self._send_msg( event="load_image_collection", url=DEFAULT_SURVEYS_URL, threadId=self._next_seq(), ) # Forcibly set up the app's configuration to match the pywwt default. # Most things align, but not everything. Note that fg/bg imageset names # can't rely on items that are unique to DEFAULT_SURVEYS_URL since it # won't necessarily have loaded by the time these messages reach the # app. # # Note that this implementation is bad because every time you create # a new client, you'll forcible modify the app's state. We need to # move to a system where this initializer can reliably sync its state # to the app's. self._send_msg( event="set_background_by_name", name=self.background, ) self._send_msg( event="set_foreground_by_name", name=self.foreground, ) self._send_msg( event="set_foreground_opacity", value=self.foreground_opacity * 100, ) SETTINGS = [ "actual_planet_scale", "constellation_boundary_color", "constellation_figure_color", "constellation_selection_color", ] for s in SETTINGS: wwt_name = self.trait_metadata(s, "wwt") self._send_msg( event="setting_set", setting=wwt_name, value=getattr(self, s), ) # NOTE: we deliberately don't force _on_trait_change to be called here # for the WWT settings, as the default values are hard-coded in the # widget HTML. This is done because there is otherwise no reliable way # of making sure that we would call _on_trait_change once WWT is ready # to receive commands. There is a test in that ensures that # the defaults here are in sync with the defaults in the widget HTML. def _on_trait_change(self, changed): # This method gets called anytime a trait gets changed. Since this class # gets inherited by the Jupyter widgets class which adds some traits of # its own, we only want to react to changes in traits that have the wwt # metadata attribute (which indicates the name of the corresponding WWT # setting). wwt_name = self.trait_metadata(changed["name"], "wwt") new_value = changed["new"] if wwt_name is not None: if isinstance(new_value, u.Quantity): new_value = new_value.value self._send_msg(event="setting_set", setting=wwt_name, value=new_value) def _next_seq(self): """ When we send requests to the app, we have to be mindful that replies will arrive asynchronously. This means that we need to have some kind of unique identifier for each "conversation" helping us understand their individual progression. This field is called the "threadId" in the research app messaging API. To generate these unique IDs, we use a simple sequence number as needed. The underlying message transport implementation should further uniquify these IDs if needed -- this will depend on the message transport mechanism. """ self._seqNum += 1 return str(self._seqNum) def _send_msg(self, **kwargs): if self._startupMessageQueue is not None: self._startupMessageQueue.append(kwargs) elif self._appAlive: self._actually_send_msg(kwargs) else: raise ViewerNotAvailableError() def _send_into_future(self, timeout=30, **kwargs): """ Send a message and return an asyncio Future that will resolve when the message receives a reply from the app. The value of the future will be the full JSON message received. This interface leverages the WWT messaging convention that messages which receive replies will have a field named `threadId` that will be reproduced in the reply. The message handler looks for this threadId and resolves the future if/when the reply is seen. By default, the future will timeout eventually. The timeout parameter is measured in seconds. If it's ``None``, no timeout will be applied. """ seq = self._next_seq() loop = asyncio.get_running_loop() fut = loop.create_future() self._futures[seq] = fut self._send_msg(threadId=seq, **kwargs) if timeout is not None: def maybe_time_it_out(): if not fut.done(): fut.set_exception(asyncio.TimeoutError()) del self._futures[seq] loop.call_later(timeout, maybe_time_it_out) return fut def _on_app_status_change(self, alive=None): """ Extensibility API: if a keyword is None, that means no change in status. This function should be prepared to handle redundant "status change" updates because that's the just kind of thing that's going to happen in this asynchronous messaging environment. """ if alive is not None: self._appAlive = alive if alive and self._readyFuture and not self._readinessAchieved: # See becomes_ready() self._readyFuture.set_result(self) self._readinessAchieved = True if alive and self._startupMessageQueue: queue = self._startupMessageQueue self._startupMessageQueue = None for msg in queue: self._actually_send_msg(msg) def _on_app_message_received(self, payload): """ Call this function when a message is received from the research app. This will generally happen in some kind of asynchronous event handler, so there is no guarantee that exceptions raised here will be exposed to the user. """ ptype = payload.get("type") # some events don't have type but do have: pevent = payload.get('event') updated_fields = [] if ptype == "wwt_view_state": try: self._raRad = float(payload["raRad"]) self._decRad = float(payload["decRad"]) self._fovDeg = float(payload["fovDeg"]) self._engineTime = Time(payload["engineClockISOT"], format="isot") self._systemTime = Time(payload["systemClockISOT"], format="isot") self._timeRate = float(payload["engineClockRateFactor"]) except ValueError: pass # report a warning somehow? elif ptype == "wwt_application_state": hipscat = payload.get("hipsCatalogNames") if hipscat is not None: self._available_hips_catalog_names = hipscat elif ptype == "wwt_selection_state": most_recent = payload.get("mostRecentSource") sources = payload.get("selectedSources") if most_recent is not None: self._most_recent_source = most_recent updated_fields.append("most_recent_source") if sources is not None: self._selected_sources = sources updated_fields.append("selected_sources") # Any relevant async future to resolve? tid = payload.get("threadId") if tid is not None: try: fut = self._futures.pop(tid) except KeyError: pass else: fut.set_result(payload) # Any client-side callbacks to execute? callback = self._callbacks.get(ptype) if callback: try: callback(self, updated_fields) except: # noqa: E722 logger.exception("unhandled Python exception during a callback") def _set_message_type_callback(self, ptype, callback): """ Set a callback function that will be executed when the widget receives a message with the given type. Parameters ---------- ptype: str The string that identifies the message type callback: `BaseWWTWidget` A callable object which takes two arguments: the WWT widget instance, and a list of updated properties. """ self._callbacks[ptype] = callback
[docs] def set_selection_change_callback(self, callback): """ Set a callback function that will be executed when the widget receives a selection change message. Parameters ---------- callback: A callable object which takes two arguments: the WWT widget instance, and a list of updated properties. """ self._set_message_type_callback("wwt_selection_state", callback)
def _get_view_data(self, field): if not self._appAlive: raise ViewerNotAvailableError() if field == "ra": return self._raRad * R2H elif field == "dec": return self._decRad * R2D elif field == "fov": return self._fovDeg elif field == "datetime": engine_delta = self._timeRate * ( - self._systemTime) return self._engineTime + engine_delta else: raise ValueError('internal problem: unexpected "field" value') # Support methods that can/should be overridden by subclasses: def _actually_send_msg(self, payload): """ Note that the API here is different than ``_send_msg``: we take a dict, not ``**kwargs``. """ raise NotImplementedError() def _serve_file(self, filename, extension=""): """ Publish a single file in a web server, for use by the WWT frontend. Parameters ---------- filename : :class:`str` The filesystem path of the data file extension : optional :class:`str`, default ``""`` A custom filename extension to be included in the published URL. Returns ------- url : :class:`str` A URL, possibly incomplete, at which the file is available. Raises ------ :exc:`DataPublishingNotAvailableError` Raised if no data publishing service is available. Notes ----- Because the WWT engine is a web application, the only way to get data into it is to make those data available over HTTP. This method provides user Python code with a consistent interface for doing so. The actual mechanism will depend on which backend (Qt, Jupyter) is being used. The returned URL may be incomplete -- in Jupyter, it is not possible for the kernel to know the ultimate URL at which its server is accessible. Frontend code has to join these URLs with the server origin in order to obtain an actually retrievable URL. Data publishing may not be available -- in Jupyter, it requires a server extension, which may not be installed. The *extension* parameter is basically a hack to deal with some pywwt temporary files that are created on-disk without the "right" extension. """ raise DataPublishingNotAvailableError() def _create_image_layer(self, **kwargs): """This method can be overridden to return specialized subclasses of :class:`~pywwt.layers.ImageLayer`. In particular, the Jupyter version of the viewer extends ``ImageLayer`` to add methods that add interactive UI controls for the layer parameters. """ from .layers import ImageLayer return ImageLayer(self, **kwargs) # Startup
[docs] async def becomes_ready(self, timeout=30): """ An async function that finishes when the WWT app becomes ready. Returns ------- self Notes ----- The web browser running WWT needs to initialize the application and download some initial data files, which can take an indeterminate amount of time. This async function will complete once the WWT app has initialized and is ready to respond to control messages from pywwt. After this has happened the first time, this function will complete instantly. """ if self._readinessAchieved: return self if self._readyFuture is None: loop = asyncio.get_running_loop() self._readyFuture = fut = loop.create_future() def maybe_time_it_out(): if not fut.done(): self._readyFuture = None fut.set_exception(asyncio.TimeoutError()) loop.call_later(timeout, maybe_time_it_out) await self._readyFuture return self
# Main attributes current_mode = None "The current rendering mode of the engine" imagery = None "Access to the engine's available imagesets" def _serve_tree(self, path): raise DataPublishingNotAvailableError() @property def instruments(self): """ A list of instruments available for use in `add_fov`. """ return self._instruments layers = None "Access to the active rendering layers" solar_system = None "Access to solar-system settings and data" # Settings. # # TODO: implement the remaining ones that haven't been wired up yet. actual_planet_scale = Bool( False, help="Whether to show planets to scale or as " "points with a fixed size " "(`bool`)", ).tag(wwt="actualPlanetScale", wwt_reset=True) alt_az_grid = Bool( False, help="Whether to show an altitude-azimuth grid " "(`bool`)" ).tag(wwt="showAltAzGrid", wwt_reset=True) # alt_az_text = Bool(False, # help='Whether to show labels for the altitude-azimuth grid\'s text ' # '(`bool`)').tag(wwt='showAltAzGridText', wwt_reset=True) background = Unicode( "Hydrogen Alpha Full Sky Map", help="The layer to show in the background (`str`)", ).tag(wwt=None, wwt_reset=True) constellation_boundary_color = Color( "blue", help="The color of the constellation " "boundaries (`str` or " "`tuple`)", ).tag(wwt="constellationBoundryColor", wwt_reset=True) constellation_figure_color = Color( "red", help="The color of the constellation " "figure (`str` or " "`tuple`)" ).tag(wwt="constellationFigureColor", wwt_reset=True) constellation_selection_color = Color( "yellow", help="The color of the constellation " "selection (`str` or " "`tuple`)", ).tag(wwt="constellationSelectionColor", wwt_reset=True) constellation_boundaries = Bool( False, help="Whether to show boundaries for the " "selected constellations " "(`bool`)", ).tag(wwt="showConstellationBoundries", wwt_reset=True) constellation_figures = Bool( False, help="Whether to show the constellations " "(`bool`)" ).tag(wwt="showConstellationFigures", wwt_reset=True) constellation_selection = Bool( False, help="Whether to only show boundaries for " "the selected constellation " "(`bool`)", ).tag(wwt="showConstellationSelection", wwt_reset=True) # constellation_pictures = Bool(False, # help='Whether to show pictures of the constellations\' ' # 'mythological representations ' # '(`bool`)').tag(wwt='showConstellationPictures', wwt_reset=True) # constellation_labels = Bool(False, # help='Whether to show labelss for constellations ' # '(`bool`)').tag(wwt='showConstellationLabels', wwt_reset=True) crosshairs = Bool( False, help="Whether to show crosshairs at the center of " "the field (`bool`)" ).tag(wwt="showCrosshairs", wwt_reset=True) crosshairs_color = Color( "white", help="The color of the crosshairs " "(`str` or `tuple`)" ).tag(wwt="crosshairsColor", wwt_reset=True) ecliptic = Bool( False, help="Whether to show the path of the ecliptic " "(`bool`)" ).tag(wwt="showEcliptic", wwt_reset=True) ecliptic_grid = Bool( False, help="Whether to show a grid relative to the " "ecliptic plane (`bool`)" ).tag(wwt="showEclipticGrid", wwt_reset=True) foreground = Unicode( "Digitized Sky Survey (Color)", help="The layer to show in the foreground (`str`)", ).tag(wwt=None, wwt_reset=True) foreground_opacity = Float( 0.8, help="The opacity of the foreground layer " "(`float`)" ).tag(wwt=None, wwt_reset=True) galactic_mode = Bool( False, help="Whether the galactic plane should be horizontal " "in the viewer (`bool`)", ).tag(wwt="galacticMode", wwt_reset=True) galactic_grid = Bool( False, help="Whether to show a grid relative to the " "galactic plane (`bool`)" ).tag(wwt="showGalacticGrid", wwt_reset=True) # galactic_text = Bool(False, # help='Whether to show labels for the galactic grid\'s text ' # '(`bool`)').tag(wwt='showGalacticGridText', wwt_reset=True) grid = Bool(False, help="Whether to show the equatorial grid " "(`bool`)").tag( wwt="showGrid", wwt_reset=True ) local_horizon_mode = Bool( False, help="Whether the view should be that of " "a local latitude, longitude, and " "altitude (`bool`)", ).tag(wwt="localHorizonMode", wwt_reset=True) location_altitude = AstropyQuantity( 0 * u.m, help="The altitude of the viewing " "location in local horizon mode " "(:class:`~astropy.units.Quantity`)", ).tag(wwt="locationAltitude", wwt_reset=True) location_latitude = AstropyQuantity( 47.633 * u.deg, help="The latitude of the viewing " "location in local horizon mode " "(:class:`~astropy.units.Quantity`)", ).tag(wwt="locationLat", wwt_reset=True) location_longitude = AstropyQuantity( 122.133333 * u.deg, help="The longitude of the viewing " "location in local horizon mode " "(:class:`~astropy.units.Quantity`)", ).tag(wwt="locationLng", wwt_reset=True) # Validators / observers for the settings above that need custom support. @observe("background") def _on_background_change(self, changed): self._send_msg(event="set_background_by_name", name=changed["new"]) # Changing a layer resets the opacity, so we re-trigger the opacity setting self._send_msg( event="set_foreground_opacity", value=self.foreground_opacity * 100 ) @validate("background") def _validate_background(self, proposal): if proposal["value"] in self.available_layers: return proposal["value"] else: raise TraitError("background is not one of the available layers") @observe("foreground") def _on_foreground_change(self, changed): self._send_msg(event="set_foreground_by_name", name=changed["new"]) # Changing a layer resets the opacity, so we re-trigger the opacity setting self._send_msg( event="set_foreground_opacity", value=self.foreground_opacity * 100 ) @validate("foreground") def _validate_foreground(self, proposal): if proposal["value"] in self.available_layers: return proposal["value"] else: raise TraitError("foreground is not one of the available layers") @observe("foreground_opacity") def _on_foreground_opacity_change(self, changed): self._send_msg(event="set_foreground_opacity", value=changed["new"] * 100) @validate("foreground_opacity") def _validate_foreground_opacity(self, proposal): if 0 <= proposal["value"] <= 1: return proposal["value"] else: raise TraitError("foreground_opacity should be between 0 and 1") @validate("location_altitude") def _validate_altitude(self, proposal): if proposal["value"].unit.physical_type == "length": return proposal["value"].to(u.meter) else: raise TraitError("location_altitude not in units of length") @validate("location_latitude") def _validate_latitude(self, proposal): if proposal["value"].unit.physical_type == "angle": return proposal["value"].to( else: raise TraitError("location_latitude not in angle units") @validate("location_longitude") def _validate_longitude(self, proposal): if proposal["value"].unit.physical_type == "angle": return proposal["value"].to( else: raise TraitError("location_longitude not in angle units") # Basic view controls
[docs] def get_center(self): """ Return the view's current right ascension and declination in degrees. """ return SkyCoord( self._get_view_data("ra"), self._get_view_data("dec"), unit=(u.hourangle, u.deg), )
[docs] def get_fov(self): """ Return the view's current field of view in degrees. """ return self._get_view_data("fov") * u.deg
[docs] def center_on_coordinates(self, coord, fov=60 * u.deg, instant=True): """ Center the view on a particular object or point in the sky. Parameters ---------- coord : `~astropy.units.Quantity` The set of coordinates the view should center on. fov : `~astropy.units.Quantity`, optional The desired field of view. instant : `bool`, optional Whether the view changes instantly or smoothly scrolls to the desired location. """ coord_icrs = coord.icrs self._send_msg( event="center_on_coordinates", ra=coord_icrs.ra.deg, dec=coord_icrs.dec.deg,, instant=instant, )
[docs] def set_view(self, mode): """ Change the view mode. Valid options include the default sky mode, a 3D universe mode with different viewing levels (the solar system, the Milky Way, and the observed universe), individual views of major solar system objects, and panoramas from lunar missions and NASA's Mars rovers. To find the list of available views, use the :attr:`~pywwt.BaseWWTWidget.available_views`. Parameters ---------- mode : `str` The desired view mode. (default: 'sky') """ mode = mode.lower() solar_system_mode = "3D Solar System View" if mode in VIEW_MODES_2D: if mode == "earth": # Switch to a daytime view of the earth mode = "Bing Maps Aerial" elif mode == "mars": mode = "Visible Imagery" self._send_msg(event="set_viewer_mode", mode=mode) self._last_sent_view_mode = mode if mode == "sky" or mode == "panorama": self.current_mode = mode else: self.current_mode = "planet" elif mode in VIEW_MODES_3D: self._send_msg(event="set_viewer_mode", mode=solar_system_mode) self.current_mode = mode self._last_sent_view_mode = solar_system_mode else: raise ValueError( "mode should be one of {0}".format( "/".join(VIEW_MODES_2D + VIEW_MODES_3D) ) ) self.reset_view()
[docs] def reset_view(self): """ Reset the current view mode's coordinates and field of view to their original states. """ if self.current_mode == "sky": self.center_on_coordinates( SkyCoord(0.0, 0.0, unit=u.deg), fov=60 * u.deg, instant=False ) if self.current_mode == "planet": self.center_on_coordinates( SkyCoord(35.55, 11.43, unit=u.deg), fov=40 * u.deg, instant=False ) if self.current_mode == "solar system": self.center_on_coordinates( SkyCoord(0.0, 0.0, unit=u.deg), fov=50 * u.deg, instant=False ) if self.current_mode == "milky way": self.center_on_coordinates( SkyCoord(114.85, -29.52, unit=u.deg), fov=6e9 * u.deg, instant=False ) if self.current_mode == "universe": self.center_on_coordinates( SkyCoord(16.67, 37.72, unit=u.deg), fov=1e14 * u.deg, instant=False ) if self.current_mode == "panorama": pass
@property def available_views(self): """ A list of the modes that are currently available in the viewer. """ return sorted(VIEW_MODES_2D + VIEW_MODES_3D)
[docs] def reset(self): """ Reset WWT to initial state. """ # Remove any existing layers (not using a for loop since we're removing elements) while len(self.layers) > 0: self.layers[0].remove() # Reset coordinates to initial view gc = SkyCoord(0, 0, unit=("deg", "deg"), frame="icrs") self.center_on_coordinates(gc, 60 * u.deg) # Reset only traits with the wwt_reset tag for trait_name, trait in self.traits().items(): if trait.metadata.get("wwt_reset"): setattr(self, trait_name, trait.default_value)
# Clock controls
[docs] def pause_time(self): """ Pause the progression of time in the viewer. """ self._send_msg(event="pause_time")
[docs] def play_time(self, rate=1): """ Resume the progression of time in the viewer. Parameters ---------- rate : int or float The rate at which time passes (1 meaning real-time) """ self._send_msg(event="resume_time", rate=rate)
[docs] def get_current_time(self): """ Return the viewer's current time as an `~astropy.time.Time` object. """ return Time(self._get_view_data("datetime"), format="isot")
[docs] def set_current_time(self, dt=None): """ Set WWT's internal clock. Parameters ---------- dt : `~datetime.datetime` or `~astropy.time.Time` A time, either as a `datetime.datetime` object or an astropy :class:`astropy.time.Time` object. If not specified, this uses the current time. Notes ----- If you call this function and then immediately call :meth:`get_current_time`, the results will not necessarily agree. This is because this function has to send a command to WWT to tell it to update its internal clock, and in some environments this operation is not instantaneous. """ # Ensure the object received is a datetime or Time; convert it to UTC utc_tm = ensure_utc(dt, str_allowed=False) self._send_msg(event="set_datetime", isot=utc_tm)
# Data loading
[docs] def load_image_collection(self, url, recursive=False, remote_only=False): """ Load a collection of layers for possible use in the viewer. Parameters ---------- url : `str` The URL of the desired image collection. recursive : optional `bool` If true, will also load any child folders referenced in the specified WTML file. The default behavior is only to load the single file and *not* recurse into subfolders. Recursive loading can potentially be very time-consuming. remote_only : optional `bool` ADASS hack! If true, will only send the load request to the app, and not attempt to open the URL locally. Notes ----- The request to load the image collection must be relayed to the WWT JavaScript code, which will then issue a web request and process the response that it gets. Therefore, you can't rely on this function to take immediate effect; to use an image in a collection that you've loaded, you'll need to pause and give WWT time to receive and process your request. """ # TODO: this isn't the right approach. We should get knowledge about # available layers from the app, since it might be instructed to load up # WTMLs by other clients that we don't even know about. Also, this # doesn't work for URLs that we serve ourselves, which may only be # fragments when we're running in the Jupyter context. if not remote_only: self._available_layers.update(get_imagery_layers(url)) nest_asyncio.apply() loop = asyncio.get_event_loop() loop.run_until_complete(self._send_into_future( event="load_image_collection", url=url, loadChildFolders=recursive ))
@property def available_layers(self): """ A list of the layers that are currently available in the viewer. """ return sorted(self._available_layers) # HiPS catalog support _available_hips_catalog_names = None @property def available_hips_catalog_names(self): """ A list of the names of HiPS catalog layers that are currently available in the viewer. """ return sorted(self._available_hips_catalog_names) # Support for source and HiPS catalog selection _most_recent_source = None @property def most_recent_source(self): """ The most recent source selected in the viewer, represented as a dictionary. The items of this dictionary match the entries of the Source object detailed `here <>`_. """ return self._most_recent_source _selected_sources = [] @property def selected_sources(self): """ A list of the selected sources, with each source represented as a dictionary. The items of these dictionaries match the entries of the Source object detailed `here <>`_. """ return self._selected_sources # Annotations
[docs] def clear_annotations(self): """ Clears all annotations from the current view. """ self._annotation_set.clear() return self._send_msg(event="clear_annotations")
[docs] def add_circle(self, center=None, **kwargs): """ Add a circle annotation to the current view. Parameters ---------- center : `~astropy.units.Quantity`, optional The coordinates of desired center of the circle. If blank, defaults to the center of the current view. kwargs Optional arguments that allow corresponding Circle or Annotation attributes to be set upon shape initialization. """ # TODO: could buffer JS call here circle = Circle(parent=self, center=center, **kwargs) return circle
[docs] def add_polygon(self, points=None, **kwargs): """ Add a polygon annotation to the current view. Parameters ---------- points : `~astropy.units.Quantity`, optional The desired points that make up the polygon. If blank or just one point, the annotation will be initialized but will not be visible until more points are added. Note that the points should be specified in counter-clockwise order on the sky if you intend to fill the polygon. kwargs Optional arguments that allow corresponding Polygon or Annotation attributes to be set upon shape initialization. """ # same TODO as above polygon = Polygon(parent=self, **kwargs) if points: polygon.add_point(points) return polygon
[docs] def add_line(self, points=None, **kwargs): """ Add a line annotation to the current view. Parameters ---------- points : `~astropy.units.Quantity`, optional The desired points that make up the line. If blank or just one point, the annotation will be initialized but will not be visible until more points are added. kwargs Optional arguments that allow corresponding Line or Annotation attributes to be set upon shape initialization. """ # same TODO as above line = Line(parent=self, **kwargs) if points: line.add_point(points) return line
[docs] def add_collection(self, points, **kwargs): """ Add a CircleCollection to the current view. Parameters ---------- points : `~astropy.units.Quantity` The desired points that will serve as the centers of the circles that make up the collection. Requires at least two sets of coordinates for initialization. kwargs Optional arguments that allow corresponding Circle or Annotation attributes to be set upon shape initialization. """ collection = CircleCollection(self, points, **kwargs) return collection
# Tours
[docs] def load_tour(self, url): """ Load and begin playing a tour based on the URL to a .wtt file from the WorldWideTelescope website. Parameters ---------- url : `str` The URL of the chosen tour -- must be a .wtt file. """ # throw error if url doesn't end in .wtt if url[-4:] == ".wtt": self._send_msg(event="load_tour", url=url) else: raise ValueError("url must end in '.wwt'")
[docs] def pause_tour(self): """ Pause a loaded tour. """ self._send_msg(event="pause_tour")
[docs] def resume_tour(self): """ Resume a paused tour. """ self._send_msg(event="resume_tour")
# Instrumental FOV support (built on the annotation support)
[docs] def add_fov(self, telescope, center=None, rotate=0 * u.rad, **kwargs): """ Add a telescope's field of view (FOV) to the current view. Parameters ---------- telescope : `str` The telescope whose field of view will be displayed. Be sure to use the ``instruments`` attribute to see and select from the preset list of instruments available in pyWWT. center : `~astropy.units.Quantity`, optional The coordinates of desired center of the FOV. If blank, defaults to the center of the current view. rotate : `~astropy.units.Quantity`, optional The amount to rotate the FOV. Both radians and degrees are accepted. If blank, defaults to 0 radians (no rotation). kwargs Optional arguments that allow corresponding Polygon or Annotation attributes to be set upon shape initialization. """ return FieldOfView(self, telescope, center, rotate, **kwargs)
# HTML (interactive figure) export
[docs] def save_as_html_bundle(self, dest, title=None, max_width=None, max_height=None): """ Save the current view as a web page with supporting files. This feature is currently under development, so not all settings/features that can be set in pyWWT will be saved Parameters ---------- dest : `str` The path to output the bundle to. The path must represent a directory (which will be created if it does not exist) or a zip file. title : `str`, optional The desired title for the HTML page. If blank, a generic title will be used. max_width : `int`, optional The maximum width of the WWT viewport on the exported HTML page in pixels. If left blank, the WWT viewport will fill the enitre width of the browser. max_height : `int`, optional The maximum height of the WWT viewport on the exported HTML page in pixels. If left blank, the WWT viewport will fill the enitre height of the browser. """ dest_root, dest_extension = os.path.splitext(dest) if dest_extension and dest_extension != ".zip": raise ValueError("'dest' must be either a directory or a .zip file") is_compressed = dest_extension == ".zip" if is_compressed: figure_dir = tempfile.mkdtemp() else: if not os.path.exists(dest): os.makedirs(os.path.abspath(dest)) figure_dir = dest fig_src_dir = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), "interactive_figure") shutil.copy(os.path.join(fig_src_dir, "index.html"), figure_dir) script_dir = os.path.join(figure_dir, "scripts") if not os.path.exists(script_dir): os.mkdir(script_dir) shutil.copy(os.path.join(fig_src_dir, "interactive_figure.js"), script_dir) shutil.copy(os.path.join(fig_src_dir, "wwt_json_api.js"), script_dir) self._serialize_to_json( os.path.join(figure_dir, "wwt_figure.json"), title, max_width, max_height ) if len(self.layers) > 0: data_dir = os.path.join(figure_dir, "data") if not os.path.exists(data_dir): os.mkdir(data_dir) self._save_added_data(data_dir) if is_compressed: zip_parent_dir = os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(dest_root)) if not os.path.exists(zip_parent_dir): os.makedirs(zip_parent_dir) shutil.make_archive(dest_root, "zip", root_dir=figure_dir)
def _serialize_state(self, title, max_width, max_height): state = dict() state["html_settings"] = { "title": title, "max_width": max_width, "max_height": max_height, } state["wwt_settings"] = {} for trait in self.traits().values(): wwt_name = trait.metadata.get("wwt") if wwt_name: trait_val = trait.get(self) if isinstance(trait_val, u.Quantity): trait_val = trait_val.value state["wwt_settings"][wwt_name] = trait_val center = self.get_center() fov = self.get_fov() state["view_settings"] = { "mode": self._last_sent_view_mode, "ra": center.icrs.ra.deg, "dec": center.icrs.dec.deg, "fov": fov.to_value(u.deg), } state["foreground_settings"] = { "foreground": self.foreground, "background": self.background, "foreground_alpha": self.foreground_opacity * 100, } state["layers"] = self.layers._serialize_state() if self.current_mode in VIEW_MODES_3D: self.solar_system._add_settings_to_serialization(state) state["annotations"] = [] for annot in self._annotation_set: state["annotations"].append(annot._serialize_state()) return state def _serialize_to_json(self, file, title, max_width, max_height): state = self._serialize_state(title, max_width, max_height) with open(file, "w") as file_obj: json.dump(state, file_obj) def _save_added_data(self, dir): self.layers._save_all_data_for_serialization(dir)