Source code for geoh5py.objects.points

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from __future__ import annotations

import uuid
import warnings

import numpy as np

from ..shared.utils import mask_by_extent
from .object_base import ObjectBase, ObjectType

[docs]class Points(ObjectBase): """ Points object made up of vertices. """ __TYPE_UID = uuid.UUID("{202C5DB1-A56D-4004-9CAD-BAAFD8899406}") def __init__(self, object_type: ObjectType, name="Points", **kwargs): self._vertices: np.ndarray | None = None super().__init__(object_type, name=name, **kwargs) object_type.workspace._register_object(self)
[docs] @classmethod def default_type_uid(cls) -> uuid.UUID: return cls.__TYPE_UID
[docs] def clip_by_extent(self, bounds: np.ndarray) -> Points | None: """ Find indices of vertices within a rectangular bounds. :param bounds: shape(2, 2) Bounding box defined by the South-West and North-East coordinates. Extents can also be provided as 3D coordinates with shape(2, 3) defining the top and bottom limits. """ indices = mask_by_extent(self.vertices, bounds) self.remove_vertices(~indices) return self
@property def vertices(self) -> np.ndarray | None: """ :obj:`~geoh5py.objects.object_base.ObjectBase.vertices` """ if self._vertices is None and self.on_file: self._vertices = self.workspace.fetch_array_attribute(self, "vertices") if self._vertices is not None: return self._vertices.view("<f8").reshape((-1, 3)) return None @vertices.setter def vertices(self, xyz: np.ndarray): if xyz.ndim != 2 or xyz.shape[1] != 3: raise ValueError( f"Array of vertices must be of shape (*, 3). Array of shape {xyz.shape} provided." ) if self._vertices is not None and xyz.shape[0] < self._vertices.shape[0]: raise ValueError( "Attempting to assign 'vertices' with fewer values. " "Use the `remove_vertices` method instead." ) self._vertices = np.asarray( np.core.records.fromarrays( xyz.T.tolist(), dtype=[("x", "<f8"), ("y", "<f8"), ("z", "<f8")], ) ) self._extent = None self.workspace.update_attribute(self, "vertices")
[docs] def remove_vertices(self, indices: list[int]): """Safely remove vertices and corresponding data entries.""" if self._vertices is None: warnings.warn("No vertices to be removed.", UserWarning) return if ( isinstance(self.vertices, np.ndarray) and np.max(indices) > self.vertices.shape[0] - 1 ): raise ValueError("Found indices larger than the number of vertices.") vertices = np.delete(self.vertices, indices, axis=0) self._vertices = None self.vertices = vertices self.remove_children_values(indices, "VERTEX")