Source code for

#!/usr/bin/env python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
Functions dealing with reading and writing StationXML.

    Lion Krischer (, 2013
    GNU Lesser General Public License, Version 3
from __future__ import (absolute_import, division, print_function,
from future.builtins import *  # NOQA

import copy
import inspect
import io
import math
import os
import re
import warnings

from collections import Mapping
from lxml import etree

import obspy
from obspy.core.util import AttribDict
from obspy.core.util.obspy_types import (ComplexWithUncertainties,
from obspy.core.inventory import (CoefficientsTypeResponseStage,
                                  FilterCoefficient, FIRResponseStage,
                                  ResponseListResponseStage, ResponseStage)
from obspy.core.inventory import (Angle, Azimuth, ClockDrift, Dip, Distance,
                                  Frequency, Latitude, Longitude, SampleRate)

# Define some constants for writing StationXML files.
SOFTWARE_MODULE = "ObsPy %s" % obspy.__version__

[docs]def _is_stationxml(path_or_file_object): """ Simple function checking if the passed object contains a valid StationXML 1.0 file. Returns True of False. The test is not exhaustive - it only checks the root tag but that should be good enough for most real world use cases. If the schema is used to test for a StationXML file, many real world files are false negatives as they don't adhere to the standard. :param path_or_file_object: File name or file like object. """ if hasattr(path_or_file_object, "tell") and hasattr(path_or_file_object, "seek"): current_position = path_or_file_object.tell() try: if isinstance(path_or_file_object, etree._Element): xmldoc = path_or_file_object else: try: xmldoc = etree.parse(path_or_file_object) except etree.XMLSyntaxError: return False root = xmldoc.getroot() try: match = re.match( r'{[0-9]+}FDSNStationXML', root.tag) assert match is not None except Exception: return False # Convert schema number to a float to have positive comparisons # between, e.g "1" and "1.0". if float(root.attrib["schemaVersion"]) != float(SCHEMA_VERSION): warnings.warn("The StationXML file has version %s, ObsPy can " "deal with version %s. Proceed with caution." % ( root.attrib["schemaVersion"], SCHEMA_VERSION)) return True finally: # Make sure to reset file pointer position. try:, 0) except Exception: pass
[docs]def validate_stationxml(path_or_object): """ Checks if the given path is a valid StationXML file. Returns a tuple. The first item is a boolean describing if the validation was successful or not. The second item is a list of all found validation errors, if existent. :param path_or_object: File name or file like object. Can also be an etree element. """ # Get the schema location. schema_location = os.path.dirname(inspect.getfile(inspect.currentframe())) schema_location = os.path.join(schema_location, "data", "fdsn-station-1.0.xsd") xmlschema = etree.XMLSchema(etree.parse(schema_location)) if isinstance(path_or_object, etree._Element): xmldoc = path_or_object else: try: xmldoc = etree.parse(path_or_object) except etree.XMLSyntaxError: return (False, ("Not a XML file.",)) valid = xmlschema.validate(xmldoc) # Pretty error printing if the validation fails. if valid is not True: return (False, xmlschema.error_log) return (True, ())
[docs]def _read_stationxml(path_or_file_object): """ Function reading a StationXML file. :param path_or_file_object: File name or file like object. """ root = etree.parse(path_or_file_object).getroot() # Fix the namespace as its not always the default namespace. Will need # to be adjusted if the StationXML format gets another revision! namespace = "" def _ns(tagname): return "{%s}%s" % (namespace, tagname) # Source and Created field must exist in a StationXML. source = root.find(_ns("Source")).text created = obspy.UTCDateTime(root.find(_ns("Created")).text) # These are optional sender = _tag2obj(root, _ns("Sender"), str) module = _tag2obj(root, _ns("Module"), str) module_uri = _tag2obj(root, _ns("ModuleURI"), str) networks = [] for network in root.findall(_ns("Network")): networks.append(_read_network(network, _ns)) inv = obspy.core.inventory.Inventory(networks=networks, source=source, sender=sender, created=created, module=module, module_uri=module_uri) _read_extra(root, inv) # read extra tags from root element return inv
[docs]def _read_base_node(element, object_to_write_to, _ns): """ Reads the base node structure from element and saves it in object_to_write_to. Reads everything except the 'code' attribute. """ object_to_write_to.start_date = \ _attr2obj(element, "startDate", obspy.UTCDateTime) object_to_write_to.end_date = \ _attr2obj(element, "endDate", obspy.UTCDateTime) object_to_write_to.restricted_status = \ _attr2obj(element, "restrictedStatus", str) object_to_write_to.alternate_code = \ _attr2obj(element, "alternateCode", str) object_to_write_to.historical_code = \ _attr2obj(element, "historicalCode", str) object_to_write_to.description = \ _tag2obj(element, _ns("Description"), str) object_to_write_to.comments = [] for comment in element.findall(_ns("Comment")): object_to_write_to.comments.append(_read_comment(comment, _ns)) # Availability. data_availability = element.find(_ns("DataAvailability")) if data_availability is not None: object_to_write_to.data_availability = \ _read_data_availability(data_availability, _ns) _read_extra(element, object_to_write_to)
[docs]def _read_network(net_element, _ns): network = obspy.core.inventory.Network(net_element.get("code")) _read_base_node(net_element, network, _ns) network.total_number_of_stations = \ _tag2obj(net_element, _ns("TotalNumberStations"), int) network.selected_number_of_stations = \ _tag2obj(net_element, _ns("SelectedNumberStations"), int) stations = [] for station in net_element.findall(_ns("Station")): stations.append(_read_station(station, _ns)) network.stations = stations return network
[docs]def _read_station(sta_element, _ns): longitude = _read_floattype(sta_element, _ns("Longitude"), Longitude, datum=True) latitude = _read_floattype(sta_element, _ns("Latitude"), Latitude, datum=True) elevation = _read_floattype(sta_element, _ns("Elevation"), Distance, unit=True) station = obspy.core.inventory.Station(code=sta_element.get("code"), latitude=latitude, longitude=longitude, elevation=elevation) = _read_site(sta_element.find(_ns("Site")), _ns) _read_base_node(sta_element, station, _ns) station.vault = _tag2obj(sta_element, _ns("Vault"), str) station.geology = _tag2obj(sta_element, _ns("Geology"), str) for equipment in sta_element.findall(_ns("Equipment")): station.equipments.append(_read_equipment(equipment, _ns)) for operator in sta_element.findall(_ns("Operator")): station.operators.append(_read_operator(operator, _ns)) station.creation_date = \ _tag2obj(sta_element, _ns("CreationDate"), obspy.UTCDateTime) station.termination_date = \ _tag2obj(sta_element, _ns("TerminationDate"), obspy.UTCDateTime) station.selected_number_of_channels = \ _tag2obj(sta_element, _ns("SelectedNumberChannels"), int) station.total_number_of_channels = \ _tag2obj(sta_element, _ns("TotalNumberChannels"), int) for ref in sta_element.findall(_ns("ExternalReference")): station.external_references.append(_read_external_reference(ref, _ns)) channels = [] for channel in sta_element.findall(_ns("Channel")): # Skip empty channels. if not channel.items() and not channel.attrib: continue cha = _read_channel(channel, _ns) # Might be None in case the channel could not be parsed. if cha is None: # This is None if, and only if, one of the coordinates could not # be set. msg = ("Channel %s.%s of station %s does not have a complete set " "of coordinates and thus it cannot be read. It will not be " "part of the final inventory object." % ( channel.get("locationCode"), channel.get("code"), sta_element.get("code"))) warnings.warn(msg, UserWarning) else: channels.append(cha) station.channels = channels return station
[docs]def _read_floattype(parent, tag, cls, unit=False, datum=False, additional_mapping={}): elem = parent.find(tag) if elem is None: return None # Catch non convertible numbers. try: convert = float(elem.text) except Exception: warnings.warn( "'%s' could not be converted to a float. Will be skipped. Please " "contact to report this issue." % etree.tostring(elem), UserWarning) return None # Catch NaNs. if math.isnan(convert): warnings.warn("Tag '%s' has a value of NaN. It will be skipped." % tag, UserWarning) return None obj = cls(convert) if unit: obj.unit = elem.attrib.get("unit") if datum: obj.datum = elem.attrib.get("datum") obj.lower_uncertainty = elem.attrib.get("minusError") obj.upper_uncertainty = elem.attrib.get("plusError") for key1, key2 in additional_mapping.items(): setattr(obj, key1, elem.attrib.get(key2)) return obj
[docs]def _read_floattype_list(parent, tag, cls, unit=False, datum=False, additional_mapping={}): elems = parent.findall(tag) objs = [] for elem in elems: obj = cls(float(elem.text)) if unit: obj.unit = elem.attrib.get("unit") if datum: obj.datum = elem.attrib.get("datum") obj.lower_uncertainty = elem.attrib.get("minusError") obj.upper_uncertainty = elem.attrib.get("plusError") for key1, key2 in additional_mapping.items(): setattr(obj, key2, elem.attrib.get(key1)) objs.append(obj) return objs
[docs]def _read_channel(cha_element, _ns): """ Returns either a :class:`` object or ``None``. It should return ``None`` if and only if it did not manage to successfully create a :class:`` object which can only happen if one of the coordinates is not set. All the others are optional. If either the location or channel code is not set it raises but that is fine as that would deviate too much from the StationXML standard to be worthwhile to recover from. """ code = cha_element.get("code") location_code = cha_element.get("locationCode") longitude = _read_floattype(cha_element, _ns("Longitude"), Longitude, datum=True) latitude = _read_floattype(cha_element, _ns("Latitude"), Latitude, datum=True) elevation = _read_floattype(cha_element, _ns("Elevation"), Distance, unit=True) depth = _read_floattype(cha_element, _ns("Depth"), Distance, unit=True) # All of these must be given, otherwise it is an invalid station. if None in [longitude, latitude, elevation, depth]: return None channel = obspy.core.inventory.Channel( code=code, location_code=location_code, latitude=latitude, longitude=longitude, elevation=elevation, depth=depth) _read_base_node(cha_element, channel, _ns) channel.azimuth = _read_floattype(cha_element, _ns("Azimuth"), Azimuth) channel.dip = _read_floattype(cha_element, _ns("Dip"), Dip) # Add all types. for type_element in cha_element.findall(_ns("Type")): channel.types.append(type_element.text) # Add all external references. channel.external_references = \ [_read_external_reference(ext_ref, _ns) for ext_ref in cha_element.findall(_ns("ExternalReference"))] channel.sample_rate = _read_floattype(cha_element, _ns("SampleRate"), SampleRate) # Parse the optional sample rate ratio. sample_rate_ratio = cha_element.find(_ns("SampleRateRatio")) if sample_rate_ratio is not None: channel.sample_rate_ratio_number_samples = \ _tag2obj(sample_rate_ratio, _ns("NumberSamples"), int) channel.sample_rate_ratio_number_seconds = \ _tag2obj(sample_rate_ratio, _ns("NumberSeconds"), int) channel.storage_format = _tag2obj(cha_element, _ns("StorageFormat"), str) # The clock drift is one of the few examples where the attribute name is # different from the tag name. This improves clarity. channel.clock_drift_in_seconds_per_sample = \ _read_floattype(cha_element, _ns("ClockDrift"), ClockDrift) # The sensor. calibunits = cha_element.find(_ns("CalibrationUnits")) if calibunits is not None: channel.calibration_units = _tag2obj(calibunits, _ns("Name"), str) channel.calibration_units_description = \ _tag2obj(calibunits, _ns("Description"), str) # The sensor. sensor = cha_element.find(_ns("Sensor")) if sensor is not None: channel.sensor = _read_equipment(sensor, _ns) # The pre-amplifier pre_amplifier = cha_element.find(_ns("PreAmplifier")) if pre_amplifier is not None: channel.pre_amplifier = _read_equipment(pre_amplifier, _ns) # The data logger data_logger = cha_element.find(_ns("DataLogger")) if data_logger is not None: channel.data_logger = _read_equipment(data_logger, _ns) # Other equipment equipment = cha_element.find(_ns("Equipment")) if equipment is not None: = _read_equipment(equipment, _ns) # Finally parse the response. response = cha_element.find(_ns("Response")) if response is not None: channel.response = _read_response(response, _ns) return channel
[docs]def _read_response(resp_element, _ns): response = obspy.core.inventory.response.Response() response.resource_id = resp_element.attrib.get('resourceId') if response.resource_id is not None: response.resource_id = str(response.resource_id) instrument_sensitivity = resp_element.find(_ns("InstrumentSensitivity")) if instrument_sensitivity is not None: response.instrument_sensitivity = \ _read_instrument_sensitivity(instrument_sensitivity, _ns) instrument_polynomial = resp_element.find(_ns("InstrumentPolynomial")) if instrument_polynomial is not None: response.instrument_polynomial = \ _read_instrument_polynomial(instrument_polynomial, _ns) # Now read all the stages. for stage in resp_element.findall(_ns("Stage")): if not len(stage): continue response.response_stages.append(_read_response_stage(stage, _ns)) _read_extra(resp_element, response) return response
[docs]def _read_response_stage(stage_elem, _ns): """ This parses all ResponseStageTypes. It will return a different object depending on the actual response type. """ # The stage sequence number is required! stage_sequence_number = int(stage_elem.get("number")) resource_id = stage_elem.attrib.get('resourceId') if resource_id is not None: resource_id = str(resource_id) # All stages contain a stage gain and potentially a decimation. gain_elem = stage_elem.find(_ns("StageGain")) stage_gain = _tag2obj(gain_elem, _ns("Value"), float) stage_gain_frequency = _tag2obj(gain_elem, _ns("Frequency"), float) # Parse the decimation. decim_elem = stage_elem.find(_ns("Decimation")) if decim_elem is not None: decimation_input_sample_rate = \ _read_floattype(decim_elem, _ns("InputSampleRate"), Frequency) decimation_factor = _tag2obj(decim_elem, _ns("Factor"), int) decimation_offset = _tag2obj(decim_elem, _ns("Offset"), int) decimation_delay = _read_floattype(decim_elem, _ns("Delay"), FloatWithUncertaintiesAndUnit, unit=True) decimation_correction = \ _read_floattype(decim_elem, _ns("Correction"), FloatWithUncertaintiesAndUnit, unit=True) else: decimation_input_sample_rate = None decimation_factor = None decimation_offset = None decimation_delay = None decimation_correction = None # Now determine which response type it actually is and return the # corresponding object. poles_zeros_elem = stage_elem.find(_ns("PolesZeros")) coefficients_elem = stage_elem.find(_ns("Coefficients")) response_list_elem = stage_elem.find(_ns("ResponseList")) fir_elem = stage_elem.find(_ns("FIR")) polynomial_elem = stage_elem.find(_ns("Polynomial")) type_elems = [poles_zeros_elem, coefficients_elem, response_list_elem, fir_elem, polynomial_elem] # iterate and check for an response element and create alias for elem in type_elems: if elem is not None: break else: # Nothing more to parse for gain only blockettes, create minimal # ResponseStage and return if stage_gain is not None and stage_gain_frequency is not None: return obspy.core.inventory.ResponseStage( stage_sequence_number=stage_sequence_number, stage_gain=stage_gain, stage_gain_frequency=stage_gain_frequency, resource_id=resource_id, input_units=None, output_units=None) # Raise if none of the previous ones has been found. msg = "Could not find a valid Response Stage Type." raise ValueError(msg) # Now parse all elements the different stages share. input_units_ = elem.find(_ns("InputUnits")) input_units = _tag2obj(input_units_, _ns("Name"), str) input_units_description = _tag2obj(input_units_, _ns("Description"), str) output_units_ = elem.find(_ns("OutputUnits")) output_units = _tag2obj(output_units_, _ns("Name"), str) output_units_description = _tag2obj(output_units_, _ns("Description"), str) description = _tag2obj(elem, _ns("Description"), str) name = elem.attrib.get("name") if name is not None: name = str(name) resource_id2 = elem.attrib.get('resourceId') if resource_id2 is not None: resource_id2 = str(resource_id2) # Now collect all shared kwargs to be able to pass them to the different # constructors.. kwargs = {"stage_sequence_number": stage_sequence_number, "input_units": input_units, "output_units": output_units, "input_units_description": input_units_description, "output_units_description": output_units_description, "resource_id": resource_id, "resource_id2": resource_id2, "stage_gain": stage_gain, "stage_gain_frequency": stage_gain_frequency, "name": name, "description": description, "decimation_input_sample_rate": decimation_input_sample_rate, "decimation_factor": decimation_factor, "decimation_offset": decimation_offset, "decimation_delay": decimation_delay, "decimation_correction": decimation_correction} # Handle Poles and Zeros Response Stage Type. if elem is poles_zeros_elem: pz_transfer_function_type = \ _tag2obj(elem, _ns("PzTransferFunctionType"), str) normalization_factor = \ _tag2obj(elem, _ns("NormalizationFactor"), float) normalization_frequency = \ _read_floattype(elem, _ns("NormalizationFrequency"), Frequency) # Read poles and zeros to list of imaginary numbers. def _tag2pole_or_zero(element): real = _tag2obj(element, _ns("Real"), float) imag = _tag2obj(element, _ns("Imaginary"), float) if real is not None or imag is not None: real = real or 0 imag = imag or 0 x = ComplexWithUncertainties(real, imag) real = _attr2obj(element.find(_ns("Real")), "minusError", float) imag = _attr2obj(element.find(_ns("Imaginary")), "minusError", float) if any([value is not None for value in (real, imag)]): real = real or 0 imag = imag or 0 x.lower_uncertainty = complex(real, imag) real = _attr2obj(element.find(_ns("Real")), "plusError", float) imag = _attr2obj(element.find(_ns("Imaginary")), "plusError", float) if any([value is not None for value in (real, imag)]): real = real or 0 imag = imag or 0 x.upper_uncertainty = complex(real, imag) x.number = _attr2obj(element, "number", int) return x zeros = [_tag2pole_or_zero(el) for el in elem.findall(_ns("Zero"))] poles = [_tag2pole_or_zero(el) for el in elem.findall(_ns("Pole"))] obj = obspy.core.inventory.PolesZerosResponseStage( pz_transfer_function_type=pz_transfer_function_type, normalization_frequency=normalization_frequency, normalization_factor=normalization_factor, zeros=zeros, poles=poles, **kwargs) _read_extra(elem, obj) return obj # Handle the coefficients Response Stage Type. elif elem is coefficients_elem: cf_transfer_function_type = \ _tag2obj(elem, _ns("CfTransferFunctionType"), str) numerator = \ _read_floattype_list(elem, _ns("Numerator"), FloatWithUncertaintiesAndUnit, unit=True) denominator = \ _read_floattype_list(elem, _ns("Denominator"), FloatWithUncertaintiesAndUnit, unit=True) obj = obspy.core.inventory.CoefficientsTypeResponseStage( cf_transfer_function_type=cf_transfer_function_type, numerator=numerator, denominator=denominator, **kwargs) _read_extra(elem, obj) return obj # Handle the response list response stage type. elif elem is response_list_elem: rlist_elems = [] for item in elem.findall(_ns("ResponseListElement")): freq = _read_floattype(item, _ns("Frequency"), Frequency) amp = _read_floattype(item, _ns("Amplitude"), FloatWithUncertaintiesAndUnit, unit=True) phase = _read_floattype(item, _ns("Phase"), Angle) rlist_elems.append( obspy.core.inventory.response.ResponseListElement( frequency=freq, amplitude=amp, phase=phase)) obj = obspy.core.inventory.ResponseListResponseStage( response_list_elements=rlist_elems, **kwargs) _read_extra(elem, obj) return obj # Handle the FIR response stage type. elif elem is fir_elem: symmetry = _tag2obj(elem, _ns("Symmetry"), str) coeffs = _read_floattype_list(elem, _ns("NumeratorCoefficient"), FilterCoefficient, additional_mapping={'i': "number"}) obj = obspy.core.inventory.FIRResponseStage( coefficients=coeffs, symmetry=symmetry, **kwargs) _read_extra(elem, obj) return obj # Handle polynomial instrument responses. elif elem is polynomial_elem: appr_type = _tag2obj(elem, _ns("ApproximationType"), str) f_low = _read_floattype(elem, _ns("FrequencyLowerBound"), Frequency) f_high = _read_floattype(elem, _ns("FrequencyUpperBound"), Frequency) appr_low = _tag2obj(elem, _ns("ApproximationLowerBound"), float) appr_high = _tag2obj(elem, _ns("ApproximationUpperBound"), float) max_err = _tag2obj(elem, _ns("MaximumError"), float) coeffs = _read_floattype_list(elem, _ns("Coefficient"), CoefficientWithUncertainties, additional_mapping={"number": "number"}) obj = obspy.core.inventory.PolynomialResponseStage( approximation_type=appr_type, frequency_lower_bound=f_low, frequency_upper_bound=f_high, approximation_lower_bound=appr_low, approximation_upper_bound=appr_high, maximum_error=max_err, coefficients=coeffs, **kwargs) _read_extra(elem, obj) return obj
[docs]def _read_instrument_sensitivity(sensitivity_element, _ns): value = _tag2obj(sensitivity_element, _ns("Value"), float) frequency = _tag2obj(sensitivity_element, _ns("Frequency"), float) input_units_ = sensitivity_element.find(_ns("InputUnits")) output_units_ = sensitivity_element.find(_ns("OutputUnits")) sensitivity = obspy.core.inventory.response.InstrumentSensitivity( value=value, frequency=frequency, input_units=_tag2obj(input_units_, _ns("Name"), str), output_units=_tag2obj(output_units_, _ns("Name"), str)) sensitivity.input_units_description = \ _tag2obj(input_units_, _ns("Description"), str) sensitivity.output_units_description = \ _tag2obj(output_units_, _ns("Description"), str) sensitivity.frequency_range_start = \ _tag2obj(sensitivity_element, _ns("FrequencyStart"), float) sensitivity.frequency_range_end = \ _tag2obj(sensitivity_element, _ns("FrequencyEnd"), float) sensitivity.frequency_range_db_variation = \ _tag2obj(sensitivity_element, _ns("FrequencyDBVariation"), float) _read_extra(sensitivity_element, sensitivity) return sensitivity
[docs]def _read_instrument_polynomial(element, _ns): # XXX duplicated code, see reading of PolynomialResponseStage input_units_ = element.find(_ns("InputUnits")) input_units = _tag2obj(input_units_, _ns("Name"), str) input_units_description = _tag2obj(input_units_, _ns("Description"), str) output_units_ = element.find(_ns("OutputUnits")) output_units = _tag2obj(output_units_, _ns("Name"), str) output_units_description = _tag2obj(output_units_, _ns("Description"), str) description = _tag2obj(element, _ns("Description"), str) resource_id = element.attrib.get("resourceId", None) name = element.attrib.get("name", None) appr_type = _tag2obj(element, _ns("ApproximationType"), str) f_low = _read_floattype(element, _ns("FrequencyLowerBound"), Frequency) f_high = _read_floattype(element, _ns("FrequencyUpperBound"), Frequency) appr_low = _tag2obj(element, _ns("ApproximationLowerBound"), float) appr_high = _tag2obj(element, _ns("ApproximationUpperBound"), float) max_err = _tag2obj(element, _ns("MaximumError"), float) coeffs = _read_floattype_list(element, _ns("Coefficient"), CoefficientWithUncertainties, additional_mapping={"number": "number"}) obj = obspy.core.inventory.response.InstrumentPolynomial( approximation_type=appr_type, frequency_lower_bound=f_low, frequency_upper_bound=f_high, approximation_lower_bound=appr_low, approximation_upper_bound=appr_high, maximum_error=max_err, coefficients=coeffs, input_units=input_units, input_units_description=input_units_description, output_units=output_units, output_units_description=output_units_description, description=description, resource_id=resource_id, name=name) _read_extra(element, obj) return obj
[docs]def _read_external_reference(ref_element, _ns): uri = _tag2obj(ref_element, _ns("URI"), str) description = _tag2obj(ref_element, _ns("Description"), str) obj = obspy.core.inventory.ExternalReference(uri=uri, description=description) _read_extra(ref_element, obj) return obj
[docs]def _read_operator(operator_element, _ns): agencies = [_i.text for _i in operator_element.findall(_ns("Agency"))] contacts = [] for contact in operator_element.findall(_ns("Contact")): contacts.append(_read_person(contact, _ns)) website = _tag2obj(operator_element, _ns("WebSite"), str) obj = obspy.core.inventory.Operator(agencies=agencies, contacts=contacts, website=website) _read_extra(operator_element, obj) return obj
[docs]def _read_data_availability(avail_element, _ns): extent = avail_element.find(_ns("Extent")) # Recovery from empty Extent tags. if extent is None: return extent start = obspy.UTCDateTime(extent.get("start")) end = obspy.UTCDateTime(extent.get("end")) obj = obspy.core.inventory.util.DataAvailability(start=start, end=end) _read_extra(avail_element, obj) return obj
[docs]def _read_equipment(equip_element, _ns): resource_id = equip_element.get("resourceId") type = _tag2obj(equip_element, _ns("Type"), str) description = _tag2obj(equip_element, _ns("Description"), str) manufacturer = _tag2obj(equip_element, _ns("Manufacturer"), str) vendor = _tag2obj(equip_element, _ns("Vendor"), str) model = _tag2obj(equip_element, _ns("Model"), str) serial_number = _tag2obj(equip_element, _ns("SerialNumber"), str) installation_date = \ _tag2obj(equip_element, _ns("InstallationDate"), obspy.UTCDateTime) removal_date = \ _tag2obj(equip_element, _ns("RemovalDate"), obspy.UTCDateTime) calibration_dates = \ [obspy.core.UTCDateTime(_i.text) for _i in equip_element.findall(_ns("CalibrationDate"))] obj = obspy.core.inventory.Equipment( resource_id=resource_id, type=type, description=description, manufacturer=manufacturer, vendor=vendor, model=model, serial_number=serial_number, installation_date=installation_date, removal_date=removal_date, calibration_dates=calibration_dates) _read_extra(equip_element, obj) return obj
[docs]def _read_site(site_element, _ns): name = _tag2obj(site_element, _ns("Name"), str) description = _tag2obj(site_element, _ns("Description"), str) town = _tag2obj(site_element, _ns("Town"), str) county = _tag2obj(site_element, _ns("County"), str) region = _tag2obj(site_element, _ns("Region"), str) country = _tag2obj(site_element, _ns("Country"), str) obj = obspy.core.inventory.Site(name=name, description=description, town=town, county=county, region=region, country=country) _read_extra(site_element, obj) return obj
[docs]def _read_comment(comment_element, _ns): value = _tag2obj(comment_element, _ns("Value"), str) begin_effective_time = \ _tag2obj(comment_element, _ns("BeginEffectiveTime"), obspy.UTCDateTime) end_effective_time = \ _tag2obj(comment_element, _ns("EndEffectiveTime"), obspy.UTCDateTime) authors = [] id = _attr2obj(comment_element, "id", int) for author in comment_element.findall(_ns("Author")): authors.append(_read_person(author, _ns)) obj = obspy.core.inventory.Comment( value=value, begin_effective_time=begin_effective_time, end_effective_time=end_effective_time, authors=authors, id=id) _read_extra(comment_element, obj) return obj
[docs]def _read_person(person_element, _ns): names = _tags2obj(person_element, _ns("Name"), str) agencies = _tags2obj(person_element, _ns("Agency"), str) emails = _tags2obj(person_element, _ns("Email"), str) phones = [] for phone in person_element.findall(_ns("Phone")): phones.append(_read_phone(phone, _ns)) obj = obspy.core.inventory.Person(names=names, agencies=agencies, emails=emails, phones=phones) _read_extra(person_element, obj) return obj
[docs]def _read_phone(phone_element, _ns): country_code = _tag2obj(phone_element, _ns("CountryCode"), int) area_code = _tag2obj(phone_element, _ns("AreaCode"), int) phone_number = _tag2obj(phone_element, _ns("PhoneNumber"), str) description = phone_element.get("description") obj = obspy.core.inventory.PhoneNumber( country_code=country_code, area_code=area_code, phone_number=phone_number, description=description) _read_extra(phone_element, obj) return obj
[docs]def _write_stationxml(inventory, file_or_file_object, validate=False, nsmap=None, level="response", **kwargs): """ Writes an inventory object to a buffer. :type inventory: :class:`~obspy.core.inventory.Inventory` :param inventory: The inventory instance to be written. :param file_or_file_object: The file or file-like object to be written to. :type validate: bool :param validate: If True, the created document will be validated with the StationXML schema before being written. Useful for debugging or if you don't trust ObsPy. Defaults to False. :type nsmap: dict :param nsmap: Additional custom namespace abbreviation mappings (e.g. `{"edb": ""}`). """ if nsmap is None: nsmap = {} elif None in nsmap: msg = ("Custom namespace mappings do not allow redefinition of " "default StationXML namespace (key `None`). " "Use other namespace abbreviations for custom namespace tags.") raise ValueError(msg) nsmap[None] = "" attrib = {"schemaVersion": SCHEMA_VERSION} # Check if any of the channels has a data availability element. In that # case the namespaces need to be adjusted. data_availability = False for net in inventory: for sta in net: for cha in sta: if cha.data_availability is not None: data_availability = True break else: continue break else: continue break if data_availability: attrib["{}" "schemaLocation"] = ( " " "" "availability-1.0.xsd") if "xsi" in nsmap: msg = ("Custom namespace mappings do not allow redefinition of " "StationXML availability namespace (key `xsi`). Use other " "namespace abbreviations for custom namespace tags.") raise ValueError(msg) nsmap["xsi"] = "" root = etree.Element("FDSNStationXML", attrib=attrib, nsmap=nsmap) etree.SubElement(root, "Source").text = inventory.source if inventory.sender: etree.SubElement(root, "Sender").text = inventory.sender # Undocumented flag that does not write the module flags. Useful for # testing. It is undocumented because it should not be used publicly. if kwargs.get("_suppress_module_tags", False): pass else: etree.SubElement(root, "Module").text = inventory.module etree.SubElement(root, "ModuleURI").text = inventory.module_uri etree.SubElement(root, "Created").text = _format_time(inventory.created) if level not in ["network", "station", "channel", "response"]: raise ValueError("Requested stationXML write level is unsupported.") for network in inventory.networks: _write_network(root, network, level) # Add custom namespace tags to root element _write_extra(root, inventory) tree = root.getroottree() # The validation has to be done after parsing once again so that the # namespaces are correctly assembled. if validate is True: buf = io.BytesIO() tree.write(buf) validates, errors = validate_stationxml(buf) buf.close() if validates is False: msg = "The created file fails to validate.\n" for err in errors: msg += "\t%s\n" % err raise Exception(msg) # Register all namespaces with the tree. This allows for # additional namespaces to be added to an inventory that # was not created by reading a StationXML file. for prefix, ns in nsmap.items(): if prefix and ns: etree.register_namespace(prefix, ns) tree.write(file_or_file_object, pretty_print=True, xml_declaration=True, encoding="UTF-8")
[docs]def _get_base_node_attributes(element): attributes = {"code": element.code} if element.start_date: attributes["startDate"] = _format_time(element.start_date) if element.end_date: attributes["endDate"] = _format_time(element.end_date) if element.restricted_status: attributes["restrictedStatus"] = element.restricted_status if element.alternate_code: attributes["alternateCode"] = element.alternate_code if element.historical_code: attributes["historicalCode"] = element.historical_code return attributes
[docs]def _write_base_node(element, object_to_read_from): if object_to_read_from.description: etree.SubElement(element, "Description").text = \ object_to_read_from.description for comment in object_to_read_from.comments: _write_comment(element, comment) _write_extra(element, object_to_read_from)
[docs]def _write_network(parent, network, level): """ Helper function converting a Network instance to an etree.Element. """ attribs = _get_base_node_attributes(network) network_elem = etree.SubElement(parent, "Network", attribs) _write_base_node(network_elem, network) # Add the two, network specific fields. if network.total_number_of_stations is not None: etree.SubElement(network_elem, "TotalNumberStations").text = \ str(network.total_number_of_stations) if network.selected_number_of_stations is not None: etree.SubElement(network_elem, "SelectedNumberStations").text = \ str(network.selected_number_of_stations) if level == "network": return for station in network.stations: _write_station(network_elem, station, level)
[docs]def _write_floattype(parent, obj, attr_name, tag, additional_mapping={}, cls=None): attribs = {} obj_ = getattr(obj, attr_name) if obj_ is None: return if cls and not isinstance(obj_, cls): obj_ = cls(obj_) attribs["datum"] = obj_.__dict__.get("datum") if hasattr(obj_, "unit"): attribs["unit"] = obj_.unit attribs["minusError"] = obj_.lower_uncertainty attribs["plusError"] = obj_.upper_uncertainty for key1, key2 in additional_mapping.items(): attribs[key1] = getattr(obj_, key2) attribs = {k: str(v) for k, v in attribs.items() if v is not None} etree.SubElement(parent, tag, attribs).text = _float_to_str(obj_)
[docs]def _write_floattype_list(parent, obj, attr_list_name, tag, additional_mapping={}): for obj_ in getattr(obj, attr_list_name): attribs = {} attribs["datum"] = obj_.__dict__.get("datum") if hasattr(obj_, "unit"): attribs["unit"] = obj_.unit attribs["minusError"] = obj_.lower_uncertainty attribs["plusError"] = obj_.upper_uncertainty for key1, key2 in additional_mapping.items(): attribs[key2] = getattr(obj_, key1) attribs = {k: str(v) for k, v in attribs.items() if v is not None} etree.SubElement(parent, tag, attribs).text = _float_to_str(obj_)
[docs]def _float_to_str(x): """ Converts a float to str making. For most numbers this results in a decimal representation (for xs:decimal) while for very large or very small numbers this results in an exponential representation suitable for xs:float and xs:double. """ return "%s" % x
[docs]def _write_polezero_list(parent, obj): def _polezero2tag(parent, tag, obj_): attribs = {} attribs["number"] = str(obj_.number) sub = etree.SubElement(parent, tag, attribs) attribs_real = {} attribs_imag = {} if obj_.lower_uncertainty is not None: attribs_real['minusError'] = \ _float_to_str(obj_.lower_uncertainty.real) attribs_imag['minusError'] = \ _float_to_str(obj_.lower_uncertainty.imag) if obj_.upper_uncertainty is not None: attribs_real['plusError'] = \ _float_to_str(obj_.upper_uncertainty.real) attribs_imag['plusError'] = \ _float_to_str(obj_.upper_uncertainty.imag) etree.SubElement(sub, "Real", attribs_real).text = \ _float_to_str(obj_.real) etree.SubElement(sub, "Imaginary", attribs_imag).text = \ _float_to_str(obj_.imag) # Assign numbers if not given - stationxml requires them. Create copies # to not modify the original objects. zeros = copy.deepcopy(obj.zeros) poles = copy.deepcopy(obj.poles) # All or nothing - either all have numbers or we manually assign them # starting with the zeros. # # This is done here to catch all cases - otherwise it would have to be # done at poles + zeros assignment time and that would be pretty nasty # as it would have to work across poles and zeros. if not all([hasattr(i, "number") and i.number is not None for i in zeros + poles]): # Start numbers for both at zero - other variants are out there but # this is what IRIS does. for i, v in enumerate(zeros): v.number = i for i, v in enumerate(poles): v.number = i for obj_ in zeros: _polezero2tag(parent, "Zero", obj_) for obj_ in poles: _polezero2tag(parent, "Pole", obj_) _write_extra(parent, obj)
[docs]def _write_station(parent, station, level): # Write the base node type fields. attribs = _get_base_node_attributes(station) station_elem = etree.SubElement(parent, "Station", attribs) _write_base_node(station_elem, station) _write_floattype(station_elem, station, "latitude", "Latitude") _write_floattype(station_elem, station, "longitude", "Longitude") _write_floattype(station_elem, station, "elevation", "Elevation") _write_site(station_elem, # Optional tags. _obj2tag(station_elem, "Vault", station.vault) _obj2tag(station_elem, "Geology", station.geology) for equipment in station.equipments: _write_equipment(station_elem, equipment) for operator in station.operators: operator_elem = etree.SubElement(station_elem, "Operator") for agency in operator.agencies: etree.SubElement(operator_elem, "Agency").text = agency for contact in operator.contacts: _write_person(operator_elem, contact, "Contact") etree.SubElement(operator_elem, "WebSite").text = _write_extra(operator_elem, operator) etree.SubElement(station_elem, "CreationDate").text = \ _format_time(station.creation_date) if station.termination_date: etree.SubElement(station_elem, "TerminationDate").text = \ _format_time(station.termination_date) # The next two tags are optional. _obj2tag(station_elem, "TotalNumberChannels", station.total_number_of_channels) _obj2tag(station_elem, "SelectedNumberChannels", station.selected_number_of_channels) for ref in station.external_references: _write_external_reference(station_elem, ref) if level == "station": return for channel in station.channels: _write_channel(station_elem, channel, level)
[docs]def _write_channel(parent, channel, level): # Write the base node type fields. attribs = _get_base_node_attributes(channel) attribs['locationCode'] = channel.location_code channel_elem = etree.SubElement(parent, "Channel", attribs) _write_base_node(channel_elem, channel) if channel.data_availability is not None: da = etree.SubElement(channel_elem, "DataAvailability") etree.SubElement(da, "Extent", { "start": _format_time(channel.data_availability.start), "end": _format_time(channel.data_availability.end) }) _write_extra(da, channel.data_availability) for ref in channel.external_references: _write_external_reference(channel_elem, ref) _write_floattype(channel_elem, channel, "latitude", "Latitude") _write_floattype(channel_elem, channel, "longitude", "Longitude") _write_floattype(channel_elem, channel, "elevation", "Elevation") _write_floattype(channel_elem, channel, "depth", "Depth") # Optional tags. _write_floattype(channel_elem, channel, "azimuth", "Azimuth") _write_floattype(channel_elem, channel, "dip", "Dip") for type_ in channel.types: etree.SubElement(channel_elem, "Type").text = type_ _write_floattype(channel_elem, channel, "sample_rate", "SampleRate") if channel.sample_rate_ratio_number_samples and \ channel.sample_rate_ratio_number_seconds: srr = etree.SubElement(channel_elem, "SampleRateRatio") etree.SubElement(srr, "NumberSamples").text = \ str(channel.sample_rate_ratio_number_samples) etree.SubElement(srr, "NumberSeconds").text = \ str(channel.sample_rate_ratio_number_seconds) _obj2tag(channel_elem, "StorageFormat", channel.storage_format) _write_floattype(channel_elem, channel, "clock_drift_in_seconds_per_sample", "ClockDrift") if channel.calibration_units: cu = etree.SubElement(channel_elem, "CalibrationUnits") etree.SubElement(cu, "Name").text = \ str(channel.calibration_units) if channel.calibration_units_description: etree.SubElement(cu, "Description").text = \ str(channel.calibration_units_description) _write_equipment(channel_elem, channel.sensor, "Sensor") _write_equipment(channel_elem, channel.pre_amplifier, "PreAmplifier") _write_equipment(channel_elem, channel.data_logger, "DataLogger") _write_equipment(channel_elem,, "Equipment") if level == "channel": return if channel.response is not None: _write_response(channel_elem, channel.response)
[docs]def _write_io_units(parent, obj): sub = etree.SubElement(parent, "InputUnits") etree.SubElement(sub, "Name").text = \ str(obj.input_units) etree.SubElement(sub, "Description").text = \ str(obj.input_units_description) sub = etree.SubElement(parent, "OutputUnits") etree.SubElement(sub, "Name").text = \ str(obj.output_units) etree.SubElement(sub, "Description").text = \ str(obj.output_units_description) _write_extra(parent, obj)
[docs]def _write_polynomial_common_fields(element, polynomial): etree.SubElement(element, "ApproximationType").text = \ str(polynomial.approximation_type) _write_floattype(element, polynomial, "frequency_lower_bound", "FrequencyLowerBound", cls=Frequency) _write_floattype(element, polynomial, "frequency_upper_bound", "FrequencyUpperBound", cls=Frequency) etree.SubElement(element, "ApproximationLowerBound").text = \ _float_to_str(polynomial.approximation_lower_bound) etree.SubElement(element, "ApproximationUpperBound").text = \ _float_to_str(polynomial.approximation_upper_bound) etree.SubElement(element, "MaximumError").text = \ _float_to_str(polynomial.maximum_error) # Patch the polynomial to make sure the coefficients have the correct type. p = copy.deepcopy(polynomial) coeffs = [] for _i, c in enumerate(polynomial.coefficients): if not isinstance(c, CoefficientWithUncertainties): c = CoefficientWithUncertainties(c) if "number" not in c.__dict__: c.__dict__["number"] = _i + 1 coeffs.append(c) p.coefficients = coeffs _write_floattype_list(element, p, "coefficients", "Coefficient", additional_mapping={"number": "number"}) _write_extra(element, polynomial)
[docs]def _write_response(parent, resp): attr = {} if resp.resource_id is not None: attr["resourceId"] = resp.resource_id parent = etree.SubElement(parent, "Response", attr) # write instrument sensitivity if resp.instrument_sensitivity is not None and \ any(resp.instrument_sensitivity.__dict__.values()): ins_sens = resp.instrument_sensitivity sub = etree.SubElement(parent, "InstrumentSensitivity") etree.SubElement(sub, "Value").text = \ _float_to_str(ins_sens.value) etree.SubElement(sub, "Frequency").text = \ _float_to_str(ins_sens.frequency) _write_extra(sub, resp.instrument_sensitivity) _write_io_units(sub, ins_sens) freq_range_group = [True if getattr(ins_sens, key, None) is not None else False for key in ['frequency_range_start', 'frequency_range_end', 'frequency_range_db_variation']] # frequency range group properly described if all(freq_range_group): etree.SubElement(sub, "FrequencyStart").text = \ _float_to_str(ins_sens.frequency_range_start) etree.SubElement(sub, "FrequencyEnd").text = \ _float_to_str(ins_sens.frequency_range_end) etree.SubElement(sub, "FrequencyDBVariation").text = \ _float_to_str(ins_sens.frequency_range_db_variation) # frequency range group not present elif not any(freq_range_group): pass # frequency range group only partly present else: msg = ("Frequency range group of instrument sensitivity " "specification invalid") raise Exception(msg) # write instrument polynomial if resp.instrument_polynomial is not None: attribs = {} if is not None: attribs['name'] = if resp.instrument_polynomial.resource_id is not None: attribs['resourceId'] = resp.instrument_polynomial.resource_id sub = etree.SubElement(parent, "InstrumentPolynomial", attribs) etree.SubElement(sub, "Description").text = \ str(resp.instrument_polynomial.description) _write_io_units(sub, resp.instrument_polynomial) _write_polynomial_common_fields(sub, resp.instrument_polynomial) _write_extra(sub, resp.instrument_polynomial) # write response stages for stage in resp.response_stages: _write_response_stage(parent, stage) _write_extra(parent, resp)
[docs]def _write_response_stage(parent, stage): attr = {'number': str(stage.stage_sequence_number)} if stage.resource_id is not None: attr["resourceId"] = stage.resource_id sub = etree.SubElement(parent, "Stage", attr) # do nothing for gain only response stages if type(stage) == ResponseStage: pass else: # create tag for stage type tagname_map = {PolesZerosResponseStage: "PolesZeros", CoefficientsTypeResponseStage: "Coefficients", ResponseListResponseStage: "ResponseList", FIRResponseStage: "FIR", PolynomialResponseStage: "Polynomial"} subel_attrs = {} if is not None: subel_attrs["name"] = str( if stage.resource_id2 is not None: subel_attrs["resourceId"] = stage.resource_id2 sub_ = etree.SubElement(sub, tagname_map[type(stage)], subel_attrs) # write operations common to all stage types _obj2tag(sub_, "Description", stage.description) sub__ = etree.SubElement(sub_, "InputUnits") _obj2tag(sub__, "Name", stage.input_units) _obj2tag(sub__, "Description", stage.input_units_description) sub__ = etree.SubElement(sub_, "OutputUnits") _obj2tag(sub__, "Name", stage.output_units) _obj2tag(sub__, "Description", stage.output_units_description) # write custom fields of respective stage type if type(stage) == ResponseStage: pass elif isinstance(stage, PolesZerosResponseStage): _obj2tag(sub_, "PzTransferFunctionType", stage.pz_transfer_function_type) _obj2tag(sub_, "NormalizationFactor", stage.normalization_factor) _write_floattype(sub_, stage, "normalization_frequency", "NormalizationFrequency") _write_polezero_list(sub_, stage) elif isinstance(stage, CoefficientsTypeResponseStage): _obj2tag(sub_, "CfTransferFunctionType", stage.cf_transfer_function_type) _write_floattype_list(sub_, stage, "numerator", "Numerator") _write_floattype_list(sub_, stage, "denominator", "Denominator") elif isinstance(stage, ResponseListResponseStage): for rlelem in stage.response_list_elements: sub__ = etree.SubElement(sub_, "ResponseListElement") _write_floattype(sub__, rlelem, "frequency", "Frequency") _write_floattype(sub__, rlelem, "amplitude", "Amplitude") _write_floattype(sub__, rlelem, "phase", "Phase") elif isinstance(stage, FIRResponseStage): _obj2tag(sub_, "Symmetry", stage.symmetry) _write_floattype_list(sub_, stage, "coefficients", "NumeratorCoefficient", additional_mapping={'number': 'i'}) elif isinstance(stage, PolynomialResponseStage): _write_polynomial_common_fields(sub_, stage) # write decimation if stage.decimation_input_sample_rate is not None: sub_ = etree.SubElement(sub, "Decimation") _write_floattype(sub_, stage, "decimation_input_sample_rate", "InputSampleRate") _obj2tag(sub_, "Factor", stage.decimation_factor) _obj2tag(sub_, "Offset", stage.decimation_offset) _write_floattype(sub_, stage, "decimation_delay", "Delay") _write_floattype(sub_, stage, "decimation_correction", "Correction") # write gain sub_ = etree.SubElement(sub, "StageGain") _obj2tag(sub_, "Value", stage.stage_gain) _obj2tag(sub_, "Frequency", stage.stage_gain_frequency) _write_extra(parent, stage)
[docs]def _write_external_reference(parent, ref): ref_elem = etree.SubElement(parent, "ExternalReference") etree.SubElement(ref_elem, "URI").text = ref.uri etree.SubElement(ref_elem, "Description").text = ref.description _write_extra(parent, ref)
[docs]def _write_equipment(parent, equipment, tag="Equipment"): if equipment is None: return attr = {} if equipment.resource_id is not None: attr["resourceId"] = equipment.resource_id equipment_elem = etree.SubElement(parent, tag, attr) # All tags are optional. _obj2tag(equipment_elem, "Type", equipment.type) _obj2tag(equipment_elem, "Description", equipment.description) _obj2tag(equipment_elem, "Manufacturer", equipment.manufacturer) _obj2tag(equipment_elem, "Vendor", equipment.vendor) _obj2tag(equipment_elem, "Model", equipment.model) _obj2tag(equipment_elem, "SerialNumber", equipment.serial_number) if equipment.installation_date: etree.SubElement(equipment_elem, "InstallationDate").text = \ _format_time(equipment.installation_date) if equipment.removal_date: etree.SubElement(equipment_elem, "RemovalDate").text = \ _format_time(equipment.removal_date) for calibration_date in equipment.calibration_dates: etree.SubElement(equipment_elem, "CalibrationDate").text = \ _format_time(calibration_date) _write_extra(parent, equipment)
[docs]def _write_site(parent, site): site_elem = etree.SubElement(parent, "Site") etree.SubElement(site_elem, "Name").text = # Optional tags _obj2tag(site_elem, "Description", site.description) _obj2tag(site_elem, "Town", _obj2tag(site_elem, "County", site.county) _obj2tag(site_elem, "Region", site.region) _obj2tag(site_elem, "Country", _write_extra(parent, site)
[docs]def _write_comment(parent, comment): attribs = {} if is not None: attribs["id"] = str( comment_elem = etree.SubElement(parent, "Comment", attribs) etree.SubElement(comment_elem, "Value").text = comment.value if comment.begin_effective_time: etree.SubElement(comment_elem, "BeginEffectiveTime").text = \ _format_time(comment.begin_effective_time) if comment.end_effective_time: etree.SubElement(comment_elem, "EndEffectiveTime").text = \ _format_time(comment.end_effective_time) for author in comment.authors: _write_person(comment_elem, author, "Author") _write_extra(parent, comment)
[docs]def _write_person(parent, person, tag_name): person_elem = etree.SubElement(parent, tag_name) for name in person.names: etree.SubElement(person_elem, "Name").text = name for agency in person.agencies: etree.SubElement(person_elem, "Agency").text = agency for email in person.emails: etree.SubElement(person_elem, "Email").text = email for phone in person.phones: _write_phone(person_elem, phone) _write_extra(parent, person)
[docs]def _write_phone(parent, phone): attribs = {} if phone.description: attribs["description"] = phone.description phone_elem = etree.SubElement(parent, "Phone", attribs) if phone.country_code: etree.SubElement(phone_elem, "CountryCode").text = \ str(phone.country_code) etree.SubElement(phone_elem, "AreaCode").text = str(phone.area_code) etree.SubElement(phone_elem, "PhoneNumber").text = phone.phone_number _write_extra(parent, phone)
[docs]def _write_element(parent, element, name): """ Recursively write custom namespace elements. """ custom_name = "{%s}%s" % ( element['namespace'], name) # name of the attribute/tag attrib = element.get("attrib", {}) if hasattr(element, "type") and \ element['type'].lower() in ("attribute", "attrib"): parent.set(custom_name, element['value']) else: # if not a attribute, then create a tag sub = etree.SubElement(parent, custom_name, attrib=attrib) if isinstance(element['value'], Mapping): # nested extra tags for tagname, tag_element in element['value'].items(): _write_element(sub, tag_element, tagname) else: sub.text = _float_to_str(element['value'])
[docs]def _write_extra(parent, obj): """ Write information stored in custom tags/attributes in obj.extra. """ if hasattr(obj, "extra"): for tagname, element in obj.extra.items(): _write_element(parent, element, tagname)
[docs]def _tag2obj(element, tag, convert): # we use future.builtins.str and are sure we have unicode here try: return convert(element.find(tag).text) except Exception: None
[docs]def _tags2obj(element, tag, convert): values = [] for elem in element.findall(tag): values.append(convert(elem.text)) return values
[docs]def _attr2obj(element, attr, convert): attribute = element.get(attr) if attribute is None: return None try: return convert(attribute) except Exception: None
[docs]def _obj2tag(parent, tag_name, tag_value): """ If tag_value is not None, append a SubElement to the parent. The text of the tag will be tag_value. """ if tag_value is None: return if isinstance(tag_value, float): text = _float_to_str(tag_value) else: text = str(tag_value) etree.SubElement(parent, tag_name).text = text
[docs]def _format_time(value): if value.microsecond == 0: return value.strftime("%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S") else: return value.strftime("%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S.%f")
[docs]def _read_element(prefix, ns, element, extra): """ Recursively read custom namespace elements and add them to extra. """ # remove namespace from tag name _, name = element.tag.split("}") etree.register_namespace(prefix, ns) extra[name] = AttribDict() extra[name].namespace = ns if(len(element) > 0): # element contains nested elements extra[name].value = AttribDict() for nested_el in element: _read_element(prefix, ns, nested_el, extra[name].value) else: # element contains values extra[name].value = element.text if element.attrib: # adds custom attributes dictionary to tag extra[name].attrib = element.attrib return extra
[docs]def _read_extra(element, obj): """ Add information stored in custom tags/attributes in obj.extra. """ # search all namespaces in current scope for prefix, ns in element.nsmap.items(): # skip any fdsn namespaces, # we're not interested in StationXML defined tags here if re.match("(http|https)://www.(fdsn|w3).org/", ns): continue # process all elements of this custom namespace, if any if hasattr(obj, "extra"): extra = obj.extra else: extra = AttribDict() obj.extra = extra for el in element.iterfind("{%s}*" % ns): extra = _read_element(prefix, ns, el, extra) # process all attributes of custom namespaces, if any for key, value in element.attrib.items(): # no custom namespace if "}" not in key: continue # separate namespace from tag name _t = etree.QName(key) ns, name = _t.namespace, _t.localname if re.match("(http|https)://www.(fdsn|w3).org/", ns): continue if hasattr(obj, "extra"): extra = obj.extra else: extra = AttribDict() obj.extra = extra extra[name] = {'value': str(value), 'namespace': '%s' % ns, 'type': 'attribute'}
if __name__ == '__main__': import doctest doctest.testmod(exclude_empty=True)