Source code for astroquery.atomic.core

# Licensed under a 3-clause BSD style license - see LICENSE.rst

from io import StringIO
from urllib import parse as urlparse

from collections import defaultdict

from import ascii
from astropy.table import Table
from astropy import units as u
from bs4 import BeautifulSoup

from .. import log

from ..query import BaseQuery
from ..utils import prepend_docstr_nosections, async_to_sync
from . import conf
from .utils import is_valid_transitions_param

__all__ = ['AtomicLineList', 'AtomicLineListClass']

[docs]@async_to_sync class AtomicLineListClass(BaseQuery): FORM_URL = conf.url TIMEOUT = conf.timeout def __init__(self): super().__init__() self.__default_form_values = None
[docs] def query_object(self, *, wavelength_range=None, wavelength_type=None, wavelength_accuracy=None, element_spectrum=None, minimal_abundance=None, depl_factor=None, lower_level_energy_range=None, upper_level_energy_range=None, nmax=None, multiplet=None, transitions=None, show_fine_structure=None, show_auto_ionizing_transitions=None, output_columns=('spec', 'type', 'conf', 'term', 'angm', 'prob', 'ener'), cache=True, get_query_payload=False): """ Queries Atomic Line List for the given parameters adnd returns the result as a `~astropy.table.Table`. All parameters are optional. Parameters ---------- wavelength_range : pair of `astropy.units.Unit` values Wavelength range. Can be done in two ways: supply a lower and upper limit for the region or, supply the central wavelength and the 1 sigma error (68 % confidence value) for that line. If the first number is smaller than the second number, this implies that the first option has been chosen, and otherwise the second option. wavelength_type : str Either ``'Air'`` or ``'Vacuum'``. wavelength_accuracy : str All wavelengths in the line list have relative accuracies of 5% or better. The default is to list all lines, irrespective of their accuracy. When a relative accuracy in percent is given, only those lines with accuracies better than or equal to the passed value are included in the search. Values larger than 5% will be ignored. element_spectrum : str Restrict the search to a range of elements and/or ionization stages. The elements should be entered by their usual symbolic names (e.g. Fe) and the ionization stages by the usual spectroscopic notation (e.g. I for neutral, II for singly ionized etc.). To pass multiple values, separate them by ``\\n`` (newline). minimal_abundance : str Impose a lower limit on the abundances of elements to be considered for possible identifications. Default is to consider arbitrary low abundances. The elements are assumed to have standard cosmic abundances. depl_factor : str For nebular conditions it is not a realistic assumption that the elements have standard cosmic abundances since most metals will be depleted on grains. To simulate this it is possible to supply a depletion factor df. This factor will be used to calculate the actual abundance A from the cosmic abundance Ac using the formula A(elm) = Ac(elm) - df*sd(elm) where sd is the standard depletion for each element. lower_level_energy_range : `~astropy.units.Quantity` Default is to consider all values for the lower/upper level energy to find a possible identification. To restrict the search a range of energies can be supplied. The supported units are: Ry, eV, 1/cm, J, erg. upper_level_energy_range : `~astropy.units.Quantity` See parameter ``lower_level_energy_range``. nmax : int Maximum for principal quantum number n. Default is to consider all possible values for the principal quantum number n to find possible identifications. However, transitions involving electrons with a very high quantum number n tend to be weaker and can therefore be less likely identifications. These transitions can be suppressed using this parameter. multiplet : str This option (case sensitive) can be used to find all lines in a specific multiplet within a certain wavelength range. The lower and upper level term should be entered here exactly as they appear in the output of the query. The spectrum to which this multiplet belongs should of course also be supplied in the ``element_spectrum`` parameter. transitions : str` Possible values are: - ``'all'``: The default, consider all transition types. - ``'nebular'``: Consider only allowed transitions of Hydrogen or Helium and only magnetic dipole or electric quadrupole transitions of other elements. - A union of the values: One of the following: ``'E1'``, ``'IC'``, ``'M1'``, ``'E2'`` Refer to [1]_ for the meaning of these values. show_fine_structure : bool If `True`, the fine structure components will be included in the output. Refer to [1]_ for more information. show_auto_ionizing_transitions : bool If `True`, transitions originating from auto-ionizing levels will be included in the output. In this context, all levels with energies higher than the ionization potential going to the ground state of the next ion are considered auto-ionizing levels. output_columns : tuple A Tuple of strings indicating which output columns are retrieved. A subset of ('spec', 'type', 'conf', 'term', 'angm', 'prob', 'ener') should be used. Where each string corresponds to the column titled Spectrum, Transition type, Configuration, Term, Angular momentum, Transition probability and Level energies respectively. Returns ------- result : `~astropy.table.Table` The result of the query as a `~astropy.table.Table` object. References ---------- .. [1] """ response = self.query_object_async( wavelength_range=wavelength_range, wavelength_type=wavelength_type, wavelength_accuracy=wavelength_accuracy, element_spectrum=element_spectrum, minimal_abundance=minimal_abundance, depl_factor=depl_factor, lower_level_energy_range=lower_level_energy_range, upper_level_energy_range=upper_level_energy_range, nmax=nmax, multiplet=multiplet, transitions=transitions, show_fine_structure=show_fine_structure, show_auto_ionizing_transitions=show_auto_ionizing_transitions, output_columns=output_columns, cache=cache, get_query_payload=get_query_payload) if get_query_payload: return response table = self._parse_result(response) return table
[docs] @prepend_docstr_nosections(query_object.__doc__) def query_object_async(self, *, wavelength_range=None, wavelength_type='', wavelength_accuracy=None, element_spectrum=None, minimal_abundance=None, depl_factor=None, lower_level_energy_range=None, upper_level_energy_range=None, nmax=None, multiplet=None, transitions=None, show_fine_structure=None, show_auto_ionizing_transitions=None, output_columns=('spec', 'type', 'conf', 'term', 'angm', 'prob', 'ener'), cache=True, get_query_payload=False): """ Returns ------- response : `requests.Response` The HTTP response returned from the service. """ default_values = self._default_form_values() wltype = (wavelength_type or default_values.get('air', '')).lower() if wltype in ('air', 'vacuum'): air = wltype.capitalize() else: raise ValueError('parameter wavelength_type must be either "air" ' 'or "vacuum".') if wavelength_range is not None: wlrange = wavelength_range else: wlrange = [] if len(wlrange) not in (0, 2): raise ValueError('Length of `wavelength_range` must be 2 or 0, ' 'but is: {}'.format(len(wlrange))) if not is_valid_transitions_param(transitions): raise ValueError('Invalid parameter "transitions": {0!r}' .format(transitions)) if transitions is None: _type = default_values.get('type') type2 = default_values.get('type2') else: s = str(transitions) if len(s.split(',')) > 1: _type = 'Sel' type2 = s.split(',') else: _type = s type2 = '' # convert wavelengths in incoming wavelength range to Angstroms wlrange_in_angstroms = (, equivalencies=u.spectral()).value for wl in wlrange) lower_level_erange = lower_level_energy_range if lower_level_erange is not None: lower_level_erange = ** -1, equivalencies=u.spectral()).value upper_level_erange = upper_level_energy_range if upper_level_erange is not None: upper_level_erange = ** -1, equivalencies=u.spectral()).value input_payload = { 'wavl': ' '.join(map(str, wlrange_in_angstroms)), 'wave': 'Angstrom', 'air': air, 'wacc': wavelength_accuracy, 'elmion': element_spectrum, 'abun': minimal_abundance, 'depl': depl_factor, 'elo': lower_level_erange, 'ehi': upper_level_erange, 'ener': 'cm^-1', 'nmax': nmax, 'term': multiplet, 'type': _type, 'type2': type2, 'hydr': show_fine_structure, 'auto': show_auto_ionizing_transitions, 'form': output_columns, 'jval': 'usej', 'tptype': 'as_a', } if get_query_payload: return input_payload response = self._submit_form(input_payload, cache=cache) return response
def _parse_result(self, response): data = StringIO(BeautifulSoup(response.text, features='html5lib').find('pre').text.strip()) # `header` is e.g.: # "u'-LAMBDA-VAC-ANG-|-SPECTRUM--|TT|--------TERM---------|---J-J---|----LEVEL-ENERGY--CM-1----'" # `colnames` is then # [u'LAMBDA VAC ANG', u'SPECTRUM', u'TT', u'TERM', u'J J', # u'LEVEL ENERGY CM 1'] header = data.readline().strip().strip('|') colnames = [colname.strip('-').replace('-', ' ') for colname in header.split('|') if colname.strip()] indices = [i for i, c in enumerate(header) if c == '|'] result_data = [] for line in data: row = [] for start, end in zip([0] + indices, indices + [None]): # `value` will hold all cell values in the line, so # `u'1.010799'`, `u'Zn XXX'` etc. value = line[start:end].strip() if value: row.append(value) else: # maintain table dimensions when data missing row.append('None') if row: result_data.append('\t'.join(row)) if result_data: return, data_start=0, delimiter='\t', names=colnames, fast_reader=False) else: # return an empty table if the query yielded no results return Table() def _submit_form(self, input_data=None, cache=True): """Fill out the form of the SkyView site and submit it with the values given in ``input_data`` (a dictionary where the keys are the form element's names and the values are their respective values). """ if input_data is None: input_data = {} # only overwrite payload's values if the ``input_data`` value is not None # to avoid overwriting of the form's default values payload = self._default_form_values().copy() for k, v in input_data.items(): if v is not None: payload[k] = v url = self._form_action_url log.debug(f"final payload = {payload} from url={url}") response = self._request("POST", url=url, data=payload, timeout=self.TIMEOUT, cache=cache) log.debug("Retrieved data from POST request") return response def _default_form_values(self): if self.__default_form_values is None: response = self._request("GET", url=self.FORM_URL, params={}, timeout=self.TIMEOUT, cache=False) bs = BeautifulSoup(response.text, features='html5lib') form = bs.find('form') default_form_values = self._get_default_form_values(form) self._form_action_url = urlparse.urljoin(self.FORM_URL, form.get('action')) self.__default_form_values = default_form_values return self.__default_form_values def _get_default_form_values(self, form): """Return the already selected values of a given form (a BeautifulSoup form node) as a dict. """ res = defaultdict(list) for elem in form.find_all(['input', 'select']): key = elem.get('name') value = None # ignore the submit and reset buttons if elem.get('type') in ['submit', 'reset']: continue # check boxes: enabled boxes have the value "on" if not specified # otherwise. Found out by debugging, perhaps not documented. if (elem.get('type') == 'checkbox' and elem.get('checked') in ["", "checked"]): value = elem.get('value', 'on') # radio buttons and simple input fields if elem.get('type') == 'radio' and\ elem.get('checked') in ["", "checked"] or\ elem.get('type') in [None, 'text']: value = elem.get('value') # dropdown menu, multi-section possible if == 'select': for option in elem.find_all('option'): if option.get('selected') == '': value = option.get('value', option.text.strip()) if value and value not in [None, u'None', u'null']: res[key].append(value) # avoid values with size 1 lists d = dict(res) for k, v in d.items(): if len(v) == 1: d[k] = v[0] return d
AtomicLineList = AtomicLineListClass()