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class Rect(object):
def __init__(self, width, height):
super(Rect, self).__init__()
self.width = width
self.height = height
class Point(object):
def __init__(self, x, y):
super(Point, self).__init__()
self.x = x
self.y = y
class Frame(object):
def __init__(self, label, value, origin, area):
super(Frame, self).__init__()
self.label = label
self.value = value
self.origin = origin
self.area = area
def width(self):
return self.area.width
def height(self):
return self.area.height
def x(self):
return self.origin.x
def y(self):
return self.origin.y
def __str__(self):
return "%s (%s): (%s, %s), (%s, %s)" % (self.value, self.label, self.origin.x, self.origin.y, self.area.width, self.area.height)
class BaseData(object):
"""Base class for data objects"""
def __init__(self):
super(BaseData, self).__init__()
self.label = None
self.value = None
def get_total(self):
"""Returns total value of the data object"""
raise NotImplementedError()
def get_label(self):
return self.label
class DataPoint(BaseData):
"""docstring for DataPoint"""
def __init__(self, value, label=None):
super(DataPoint, self).__init__()
if value < 0:
raise ValueError("All data must contain positive values (%.2f, %s)" % (value, label))
self.label = label
self.value = value
def get_total(self):
return self.value
def get_value(self):
return self.value
class Dataset(object):
def __init__(self, data, label=None):
super(Dataset, self).__init__() = []
self.label = label = None
# print "Dataset ctor called with %s, %s" % (data, label)
for datum in data:
(label, value) = datum
if self.label and label:
label = "%s.%s" % (self.label, label)
if (isinstance(value, list)):
self._append_data(Dataset(value, label))
self._append_data(DataPoint(value, label))
# Sort the data, largest to smallest
def sort(self):
# Sort the data, largest to smallest a,b: cmp(b.get_total(), a.get_total()))
def _append_data(self, data):
# Unset total so it gets recalculated on next call to get_total = None
def append_data(self, data):
def get_total(self):
if is None:
total = 0
for datum in
total += datum.get_total() = total
def treemap(self, area, origin=Point(0,0), padding=0, threshold=0, flat=True):
treemap: returns a set of Frame objects that describe a treemap
area: A Rect object, describing the size of the treemap
origin: A Point object, describing the origin of the treemap in 2D space
padding: padding between the frames in the treemap (defaults to 0)
threshold: if total < threshold, aggregate all remaining values into an "other" frame
flat: if nested data is provided, provide a flat array as output, rather
than nested arrays
Return value is a list of Frames
# Enforce some sane threshold? Otherwise can get lots of tiny frames
if len( == 0:
raise Exception("Your infographic needs at least one data point!")
total = self.get_total()
# Coords for all of data
x, y = origin.x, origin.y
w, h = area.width, area.height
result = []
for i in range(0, len(
datum =[i]
except IndexError:
print "index %i out of range for data of length %i" % (i, len(data))
raise IndexError
is_last = False
# If there's a threshold and what's left sums to less than the threshold,
# aggregate all the remaining data under "Others"
# print "checking threshold, comparing %i < %i" % (total, threshold)
if total < threshold:
label_tokens = datum.label.split('.')
label_tokens[-1] = 'Others'
label = '.'.join(label_tokens)
datum = DataPoint(total, label)
is_last = True
if i == len( - 1:
is_last = True
# Coords for this panel
this_x, this_y = x, y
this_w, this_h = w, h
# If w > h then we'll fix the height to h and set
# w to a proportion, else do the reverse
fixed_height = w > h
proportion = float(datum.get_total()) / total
total -= datum.get_total()
if fixed_height:
this_w = int(float(w) * proportion)
w = w - this_w
x = x + this_w
this_h = int(float(h) * proportion)
h = h - this_h
y = y + this_h
# Adding the padding...
# If we're working on a fixed height, reduce the height by another 1 * padding
# If we're working on a fixed width, reduce the width likewise
# Special case: if this is the last frame, reduce neither
if fixed_height is True and not is_last:
this_w -= padding
if fixed_height is False and not is_last:
this_h -= padding
# Sanity check: did we end up rendering a negative-sized frame?
if this_w < 0:
this_w = 0
if this_h < 0:
this_h = 0
origin = Point(this_x, this_y)
area = Rect(this_w, this_h)
if (isinstance(datum, DataPoint)):
result.append(Frame(label=datum.label, value=datum.value, origin=origin, area=area))
tmap = datum.treemap(area, origin, padding=padding, flat=flat, threshold=threshold)
if flat:
result = result + tmap
if is_last:
return result
if __name__ == '__main__':
ig = Dataset(
('foo', 50),
('bar', 50),
('a', [
('foo', 20),
('bar', 30),
('wibble', [
('oof', 40),
('boof', 50)
frames = ig.treemap(Rect(300,200), padding=0)
for f in frames:
print f
print "-------------------------"
ig.append_data(DataPoint(110, 'blah'))
frames = ig.treemap(Rect(300,200), padding=0)
for f in frames:
print f
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