Source code for pvmacros.vis.axes

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[docs]def customAxisTicks(rng, axis=0, uniform=False): """Use to set custom axis ticks in the render view Args: rng (list(float)): A list or tuple of floats for the axis ticks axis (int): The axis to set (X=0, Y=1, or Z=2) uniform (bool): An optional flag to use the given range on all axii """ from paraview.simple import GetActiveViewOrCreate, RenderAllViews # note that third parameter is the step size # get the active view rv = GetActiveViewOrCreate('RenderView') if axis == 0 or uniform: rv.AxesGrid.XAxisUseCustomLabels = 1 rv.AxesGrid.XAxisLabels = rng if axis == 1 or uniform: rv.AxesGrid.YAxisUseCustomLabels = 1 rv.AxesGrid.YAxisLabels = rng if axis == 2 or uniform: rv.AxesGrid.ZAxisUseCustomLabels = 1 rv.AxesGrid.ZAxisLabels = rng RenderAllViews() return None
customAxisTicks.__displayname__ = 'Custom Axis Ticks' customAxisTicks.__category__ = 'macro'
[docs]def resetAxisTicks(axis): """Use to reset the axis ticks in the render view for any given axii Args: axis (int or list(int)): The axis to set (X=0, Y=1, or Z=2) """ from paraview.simple import GetActiveViewOrCreate, RenderAllViews rv = GetActiveViewOrCreate('RenderView') if not isinstance(axis, (list, tuple)): axis = [axis] for ax in axis: if ax == 0: rv.AxesGrid.XAxisLabels = [] rv.AxesGrid.XAxisUseCustomLabels = 0 if ax == 1: rv.AxesGrid.YAxisLabels = [] rv.AxesGrid.YAxisUseCustomLabels = 0 if ax == 2: rv.AxesGrid.ZAxisLabels = [] rv.AxesGrid.ZAxisUseCustomLabels = 0 RenderAllViews() return None
resetAxisTicks.__displayname__ = 'Reset Axis Ticks' resetAxisTicks.__category__ = 'macro'
[docs]def scaleAxis(axis, scale): """Use to scale an axis visually""" import paraview.simple as pvs sc = [1, 1, 1] # Default Scale sc[axis] = scale for f in pvs.GetSources().values(): # get active view rv = pvs.GetActiveViewOrCreate('RenderView') # get display properties disp = pvs.GetDisplayProperties(f, view=rv) # Set the scale for the data axis disp.Scale = sc disp.DataAxesGrid.Scale = sc disp.PolarAxes.Scale = sc # Update the view pvs.RenderAllViews() pvs.ResetCamera() return None
scaleAxis.__displayname__ = 'Scale Axis' scaleAxis.__category__ = 'macro'
[docs]def setAxisLabelsFromBounds(name, num=(10, 10, 5)): """Sets the axis labels from a given input data source. Use the num argument to control the number of labels along each axis. If num is a scalar, then a uniform number of labels is used on each axis. Args: name (str): The string name of the input source on the data pipeline num (tuple(int) or int): the number of labels for each axis Example: >>> import pvmacros as pvm >>> pvm.vis.setAxisLabelsFromBounds('TableToPoints1', num=(5, 10, 2)) """ import numpy as np import paraview.servermanager as sm import paraview.simple as pvs # Get the input data src = pvs.FindSource(name) data = sm.Fetch(src) xmin, xmax, ymin, ymax, zmin, zmax = data.GetBounds() if not isinstance(num, (tuple, list)): num = list(num) # Cast as ints if needed for i, val in enumerate(num): if not isinstance(val, int): num[i] = int(val) # Calculate ranges for each axis xrng = np.linspace(xmin, xmax, num=num[0]) yrng = np.linspace(ymin, ymax, num=num[1]) zrng = np.linspace(zmin, zmax, num=num[2]) # Set the axis labels customAxisTicks(xrng, axis=0, uniform=False) customAxisTicks(yrng, axis=1, uniform=False) customAxisTicks(zrng, axis=2, uniform=False) return
setAxisLabelsFromBounds.__displayname__ = 'Set Axis Labels from Bounds' setAxisLabelsFromBounds.__category__ = 'macro'