Source code for

from types import MethodType
import traceback
import numpy as np

from logging import info, debug
from ...utils.check.errclass import PluginError
from ...utils.geometry.areas import calc_areas
from .baseclass import Plugin

[docs]class Domain(Plugin): def __init__(self, **kwargs): """Create a Model Class""" super(Domain, self).__init__(**kwargs) # By default domains are structured self.unstructured_domain = getattr(self, "unstructured_domain", False)
[docs] @classmethod def register_plugin(cls, name, version, module, subtype="", **kwargs): """Register a module for a plugin and version with possibly options Args: name (str): name of the plugin version (str): version of the plugin module (types.ModuleType): module defining the interface between pyCIF and the plugin plugin_type (str): type of plugin **kwargs (dictionary): default options for module """ super(Domain, cls).register_plugin( name, version, module, plugin_type="domain", subtype=subtype )
[docs] def read_grid(self, *args, **kwargs): """Read a grid from an existing file Args: self (Domain): plugin defining the domain. Should include filegrid to be able to read the grid from a file Return: Grid domain with meshgrids for center lon/lat and corner lon/lat """ raise PluginError("The function read_grid was not defined")
[docs] def create_domain(self, *args, **kwargs): """Creates a grid if needed Args: domain (dictionary): dictionary defining the domain. """ raise PluginError("The function create_domain was not defined")
[docs] def calc_areas(self, *args, **kwargs): """Computes the area of each grid cell in your domain.""" return calc_areas(self, **kwargs)
[docs] def initiate_template(self): super(Domain, self).initiate_template( plg_type="domain", default_functions={"read_grid": True, "create_domain": True, "calc_areas": True, "get_sides": True} )
[docs] def ini_data(self, **kwargs): """Initializes the domain depending on the model used for the inversion. Defines a domain grid from a grid file or a set of parameters if the domain was not already defined. Domains are model dependant, so the outputs can be different depending on the model. Args: plugin (DomainPlugin): domain definition Returns: Updates on the fly the domain """ if not hasattr(self, "plugin"): return # Read or create a domain try: # Read domain self.read_grid(**kwargs) except (IOError, AttributeError) as e: # Print the exception debug("Failed to read the domain due to the following exception:\n") debug(traceback.format_exc()) # Generate a domain debug("\nGenerating it.\n") self.create_domain(**kwargs) # Compute areas that can be needed for emissions or diagnostics # if not hasattr(self, "areas") and getattr( # self, "compute_areas", False # ): # info("Computing areas") # self.calc_areas(**kwargs) # Get side coordinates self.get_sides()
[docs] def get_sides(self): """Gets the sides of the domain """ # Concatenating together the longitudes and latitudes of the sides # Orders: West, East, South, North zlonc = np.rad2deg(np.unwrap(np.deg2rad(self.zlonc), axis=1)) self.zlonc_side = np.concatenate( [ zlonc[:, 0], zlonc[:, -1], zlonc[0, :], zlonc[-1, :], ] )[:, np.newaxis] self.zlatc_side = np.concatenate( [ self.zlatc[:, 0], self.zlatc[:, -1], self.zlatc[0, :], self.zlatc[-1, :], ] )[:, np.newaxis] self.zlon_side = np.concatenate( [ 0.5 * (zlonc[:-1, 0] + zlonc[1:, 0]), 0.5 * (zlonc[:-1, -1] + zlonc[1:, -1]), 0.5 * (zlonc[0, :-1] + zlonc[0, 1:]), 0.5 * (zlonc[-1, :-1] + zlonc[-1, 1:]), ] )[np.newaxis, :] self.zlat_side = np.concatenate( [ 0.5 * (self.zlatc[:-1, 0] + self.zlatc[1:, 0]), 0.5 * (self.zlatc[:-1, -1] + self.zlatc[1:, -1]), 0.5 * (self.zlatc[0, :-1] + self.zlatc[0, 1:]), 0.5 * (self.zlatc[-1, :-1] + self.zlatc[-1, 1:]), ] )[np.newaxis, :] self.nlon_side = self.zlon_side.size self.nlat_side = 1