Source code for honeybee.properties

# coding: utf-8
"""Extension properties for Model, Room, Face, Shade, Aperture, Door.

These objects hold all attributes assigned by extensions like honeybee-radiance
and honeybee-energy.  Note that these Property objects are not intended to exist
on their own but should have a host object.
"""


class _Properties(object):
    """Base class for all Properties classes.

    Args:
        host: A honeybee-core geometry object that hosts these properties
            (ie. Model, Room, Face, Shade, Aperture, Door).
    """
    _exclude = set(('host', 'move', 'rotate', 'rotate_xy', 'reflect', 'scale',
                    'add_prefix', 'reset_to_default', 'to_dict', 'ToString'))

    def __init__(self, host):
        """Initialize properties."""
        self._host = host

    @property
    def host(self):
        """Get the object hosting these properties."""
        return self._host

    @property
    def _extension_attributes(self):
        return (atr for atr in dir(self) if not atr.startswith('_')
                and atr not in self._exclude)

    def move(self, moving_vec):
        """Apply a move transform to extension attributes.

        This is useful in cases where extension attributes possess geometric data
        that should be moved alongside the host object. For example, dynamic
        geometry within the honeybee-radiance state of an aperture should be
        moved if the host aperture is moved.

        Args:
            moving_vec: A ladybug_geometry Vector3D with the direction and distance
                to move the face.
        """
        for atr in self._extension_attributes:
            var = getattr(self, atr)
            if not hasattr(var, 'move'):
                continue
            try:
                var.move(moving_vec)
            except Exception as e:
                import traceback
                traceback.print_exc()
                raise Exception('Failed to move {}: {}'.format(var, e))

    def rotate(self, axis, angle, origin):
        """Apply a rotatation transform to extension attributes.

        This is useful in cases where extension attributes possess geometric data
        that should be rotated alongside the host object. For example, dynamic
        geometry within the honeybee-radiance state of an aperture should be
        rotated if the host aperture is rotated.

        Args:
            axis: A ladybug_geometry Vector3D axis representing the axis of rotation.
            angle: An angle for rotation in degrees.
            origin: A ladybug_geometry Point3D for the origin around which the
                object will be rotated.
        """
        for atr in self._extension_attributes:
            var = getattr(self, atr)
            if not hasattr(var, 'rotate'):
                continue
            try:
                var.rotate(axis, angle, origin)
            except Exception as e:
                import traceback
                traceback.print_exc()
                raise Exception('Failed to rotate {}: {}'.format(var, e))

    def rotate_xy(self, angle, origin):
        """Apply a rotatation in the XY plane to extension attributes.

        This is useful in cases where extension attributes possess geometric data
        that should be rotated alongside the host object. For example, dynamic
        geometry within the honeybee-radiance state of an aperture should be
        rotated if the host aperture is rotated.

        Args:
            angle: An angle in degrees.
            origin: A ladybug_geometry Point3D for the origin around which the
                object will be rotated.
        """
        for atr in self._extension_attributes:
            var = getattr(self, atr)
            if not hasattr(var, 'rotate_xy'):
                continue
            try:
                var.rotate_xy(angle, origin)
            except Exception as e:
                import traceback
                traceback.print_exc()
                raise Exception('Failed to rotate {}: {}'.format(var, e))

    def reflect(self, plane):
        """Apply a reflection transform to extension attributes.

        This is useful in cases where extension attributes possess geometric data
        that should be reflected alongside the host object. For example, dynamic
        geometry within the honeybee-radiance state of an aperture should be
        reflected if the host aperture is reflected.

        Args:
            plane: A ladybug_geometry Plane across which the object will
                be reflected.
        """
        for atr in self._extension_attributes:
            var = getattr(self, atr)
            if not hasattr(var, 'reflect'):
                continue
            try:
                var.reflect(plane)
            except Exception as e:
                import traceback
                traceback.print_exc()
                raise Exception('Failed to reflect {}: {}'.format(var, e))

    def scale(self, factor, origin=None):
        """Apply a scale transform to extension attributes.

        This is useful in cases where extension attributes possess geometric data
        that should be scaled alongside the host object. For example, dynamic
        geometry within the honeybee-radiance state of an aperture should be
        scaled if the host aperture is scaled.

        Args:
            factor: A number representing how much the object should be scaled.
            origin: A ladybug_geometry Point3D representing the origin from which
                to scale. If None, it will be scaled from the World origin (0, 0, 0).
        """
        for atr in self._extension_attributes:
            var = getattr(self, atr)
            if not hasattr(var, 'scale'):
                continue
            try:
                var.scale(factor, origin)
            except Exception as e:
                import traceback
                traceback.print_exc()
                raise Exception('Failed to scale {}: {}'.format(var, e))

    def _duplicate_extension_attr(self, original_properties):
        """Duplicate the attributes added by extensions.

        This method should be called within the duplicate or __copy__ methods of
        each honeybee-core geometry object after the core object has been duplicated.
        This method only needs to be called on the new (duplicated) core object and
        the extension properties of the original core object should be passed to
        this method as the original_properties.

        Args:
            original_properties: The properties object of the original core
                object from which the duplicate was derived.
        """
        for atr in self._extension_attributes:
            var = getattr(original_properties, atr)
            if not hasattr(var, 'duplicate'):
                continue
            try:
                setattr(self, '_' + atr, var.duplicate(self.host))
            except Exception as e:
                import traceback
                traceback.print_exc()
                raise Exception('Failed to duplicate {}: {}'.format(var, e))

    def _add_prefix_extension_attr(self, prefix):
        """Change the name extension attributes unique to this object by adding a prefix.

        This is particularly useful in workflows where you duplicate and edit
        a starting object and then want to combine it with the original object
        into one Model (like making a model of repeated rooms).

        Notably, this method only adds the prefix to extension attributes that must
        be unique to the object and does not add the prefix to attributes that are
        shared across several objects.

        Args:
            prefix: Text that will be inserted at the start of the extension attributes'
                name. It is recommended that this name be short to avoid maxing
                out the 100 allowable characters for honeybee names.
        """
        for atr in self._extension_attributes:
            var = getattr(self, atr)
            if not hasattr(var, 'add_prefix'):
                continue
            try:
                var.add_prefix(prefix)
            except Exception as e:
                import traceback
                traceback.print_exc()
                raise Exception('Failed to add prefix to {}: {}'.format(var, e))

    def _reset_extension_attr_to_default(self):
        """Reset all extension attributes for the object to be default.

        This is useful in cases where properties that are hard-assigned to a specific
        object might be illegal in combination with other properties and so they
        should be reset upon the setting of the other properties. For example,
        setting a Face type to AirBoundary typically makes certain types of energy
        and radiance properties illegal. So calling this function whenever setting
        Face type to AirBoundary will reset the extension attributes to the legal
        default values.
        """
        for atr in self._extension_attributes:
            var = getattr(self, atr)
            if not hasattr(var, 'reset_to_default'):
                continue
            try:
                var.reset_to_default()
            except Exception as e:
                import traceback
                traceback.print_exc()
                raise Exception('Failed to reset_to_default for {}: {}'.format(var, e))

    def _add_extension_attr_to_dict(self, base, abridged, include):
        """Add attributes for extensions to the base dictionary.

        This method should be called within the to_dict method of each honeybee-core
        geometry object.

        Args:
            base: The dictionary of the core object without any extension attributes.
                This method will add extension attributes to this dictionary. For
                example, energy properties will appear under base['properties']['energy'].
            abridged: Boolean to note whether the attributes of the extensions should
                be abridged (True) or full (False). For example, if a Room's energy
                properties are abridged, the program_type attribute under the energy
                properties dictionary will just be the identifier of the program_type. If
                it is full (not abridged), the program_type will be a complete
                dictionary following the ProgramType schema. Abridged dictionaries
                should be used within the Model.to_dict but full dictionaries should
                be used within the to_dict methods of individual objects.
            include: List of properties to filter keys that must be included in
                output dictionary. For example ['energy'] will include 'energy' key if
                available in properties to_dict. By default all the keys will be
                included. To exclude all the keys from extensions use an empty list.
        """
        attr = include if include is not None else self._extension_attributes
        for atr in attr:
            var = getattr(self, atr)
            if not hasattr(var, 'to_dict'):
                continue
            try:
                base.update(var.to_dict(abridged))
            except Exception as e:
                import traceback
                traceback.print_exc()
                raise Exception('Failed to convert {} to a dict: {}'.format(var, e))
        return base

    def _load_extension_attr_from_dict(self, property_dict):
        """Get attributes for extensions from a dictionary of the properties.

        This method should be called within the from_dict method of each honeybee-core
        geometry object. Specifically, this method should be called on the core
        object after it has been created from a dictionary but lacks any of the
        extension attributes in the dictionary.

        Args:
            property_dict: A dictionary of properties for the object (ie.
                FaceProperties, RoomProperties). These will be used to load
                attributes from the dictionary and assign them to the object on
                which this method is called.
        """
        for atr in self._extension_attributes:
            var = getattr(self, atr)
            if not hasattr(var, 'from_dict'):
                continue
            try:
                setattr(self, '_' + atr, var.__class__.from_dict(
                    property_dict[atr], self.host))
            except KeyError:
                pass  # the property_dict possesses no properties for that extension

    def ToString(self):
        """Overwrite .NET ToString method."""
        return self.__repr__()

    def __repr__(self):
        """Properties representation."""
        return 'BaseProperties'


[docs]class ModelProperties(_Properties): """Honeybee Model Properties. Model properties. This class will be extended by extensions. Usage: .. code-block:: python model = Model('New Elementary School', list_of_rooms) model.properties -> ModelProperties model.properties.radiance -> ModelRadianceProperties model.properties.energy -> ModelEnergyProperties """
[docs] def to_dict(self, include=None): """Convert properties to dictionary. Args: include: A list of keys to be included in dictionary. If None all the available keys will be included. """ base = {'type': 'ModelProperties'} attr = include if include is not None else self._extension_attributes for atr in attr: var = getattr(self, atr) if not hasattr(var, 'to_dict'): continue try: base.update(var.to_dict()) # no abridged dictionary for model except Exception as e: import traceback traceback.print_exc() raise Exception('Failed to convert {} to a dict: {}'.format(var, e)) return base
[docs] def apply_properties_from_dict(self, data): """Apply extension properties from a Model dictionary to the host Model. Args: data: A dictionary representation of an entire honeybee-core Model. """ for atr in self._extension_attributes: if atr not in data['properties'] or data['properties'][atr] is None: continue var = getattr(self, atr) if var and not hasattr(var, 'apply_properties_from_dict'): continue try: var.apply_properties_from_dict(data) except Exception as e: import traceback traceback.print_exc() raise Exception( 'Failed to apply {} properties to the Model: {}'.format(atr, e))
def _check_extension_attr(self, detailed=False): """Check the attributes of extensions. This method should be called within the check_all method of the Model object to ensure that the check_all functions of any extension model properties are also called. Args: detailed: Boolean for whether the returned object is a detailed list of dicts with error info or a string with a message. (Default: False). """ msgs = [] for atr in self._extension_attributes: check_msg = None var = getattr(self, atr) if not hasattr(var, 'check_all'): continue try: try: check_msg = var.check_all(raise_exception=False, detailed=detailed) except TypeError: # no option available for detailed error message check_msg = var.check_all(raise_exception=False) if detailed and check_msg is not None: msgs.append(check_msg) elif check_msg != '': f_msg = 'Attributes for {} are invalid.\n{}'.format(atr, check_msg) msgs.append(f_msg) except Exception as e: import traceback traceback.print_exc() raise Exception('Failed to check_all for {}: {}'.format(var, e)) return msgs def __repr__(self): """Properties representation.""" return 'ModelProperties: {}'.format(self.host.display_name)
[docs]class RoomProperties(_Properties): """Honeybee Room Properties. Room properties. This class will be extended by extensions. Usage: .. code-block:: python room = Room('Bedroom', geometry) room.properties -> RoomProperties room.properties.radiance -> RoomRadianceProperties room.properties.energy -> RoomEnergyProperties """
[docs] def to_dict(self, abridged=False, include=None): """Convert properties to dictionary. Args: abridged: Boolean to note whether the full dictionary describing the object should be returned (False) or just an abridged version (True). Default: False. include: A list of keys to be included in dictionary. If None all the available keys will be included. """ base = {'type': 'RoomProperties'} if not abridged else \ {'type': 'RoomPropertiesAbridged'} base = self._add_extension_attr_to_dict(base, abridged, include) return base
[docs] def add_prefix(self, prefix): """Change the identifier extension attributes unique to this object by adding a prefix. Notably, this method only adds the prefix to extension attributes that must be unique to the Room (eg. single-room HVAC systems) and does not add the prefix to attributes that are shared across several Rooms (eg. ConstructionSets). Args: prefix: Text that will be inserted at the start of extension attribute identifiers. """ self._add_prefix_extension_attr(prefix)
[docs] def reset_to_default(self): """Reset the extension properties assigned at the level of this Room to default. This typically means erasing any ConstructionSets or ModifierSets assigned to this Room among other properties. """ self._reset_extension_attr_to_default()
def __repr__(self): """Properties representation.""" return 'RoomProperties: {}'.format(self.host.display_name)
[docs]class FaceProperties(_Properties): """Honeybee Face Properties. Face properties. This class will be extended by extensions. Usage: .. code-block:: python face = Face('South Bedroom Wall', geometry) face.properties -> FaceProperties face.properties.radiance -> FaceRadianceProperties face.properties.energy -> FaceEnergyProperties """
[docs] def to_dict(self, abridged=False, include=None): """Convert properties to dictionary. Args: abridged: Boolean to note whether the full dictionary describing the object should be returned (False) or just an abridged version (True). Default: False. include: A list of keys to be included in dictionary besides Face type and boundary_condition. If None all the available keys will be included. """ base = {'type': 'FaceProperties'} if not abridged else \ {'type': 'FacePropertiesAbridged'} base = self._add_extension_attr_to_dict(base, abridged, include) return base
[docs] def add_prefix(self, prefix): """Change the identifier extension attributes unique to this object by adding a prefix. Notably, this method only adds the prefix to extension attributes that must be unique to the Face and does not add the prefix to attributes that are shared across several Faces. Args: prefix: Text that will be inserted at the start of extension attribute identifiers. """ self._add_prefix_extension_attr(prefix)
[docs] def reset_to_default(self): """Reset the extension properties assigned at the level of this Face to default. This typically means erasing any Constructions or Modifiers assigned to this Face (having them instead assigned by ConstructionSets and ModifierSets). """ self._reset_extension_attr_to_default()
def __repr__(self): """Properties representation.""" return 'FaceProperties: {}'.format(self.host.display_name)
[docs]class ShadeProperties(_Properties): """Honeybee Shade Properties. Shade properties. This class will be extended by extensions. Usage: .. code-block:: python shade = Shade('Deep Overhang', geometry) shade.properties -> ShadeProperties shade.properties.radiance -> ShadeRadianceProperties shade.properties.energy -> ShadeEnergyProperties """
[docs] def to_dict(self, abridged=False, include=None): """Convert properties to dictionary. Args: abridged: Boolean to note whether the full dictionary describing the object should be returned (False) or just an abridged version (True). Default: False. include: A list of keys to be included in dictionary. If None all the available keys will be included. """ base = {'type': 'ShadeProperties'} if not abridged else \ {'type': 'ShadePropertiesAbridged'} base = self._add_extension_attr_to_dict(base, abridged, include) return base
[docs] def add_prefix(self, prefix): """Change the identifier extension attributes unique to this object by adding a prefix. Notably, this method only adds the prefix to extension attributes that must be unique to the Shade and does not add the prefix to attributes that are shared across several Shades. Args: prefix: Text that will be inserted at the start of extension attribute identifiers. """ self._add_prefix_extension_attr(prefix)
[docs] def reset_to_default(self): """Reset the extension properties assigned at the level of this Shade to default. This typically means erasing any Constructions or Modifiers assigned to this Shade (having them instead assigned by ConstructionSets and ModifierSets). """ self._reset_extension_attr_to_default()
def __repr__(self): """Properties representation.""" return 'ShadeProperties: {}'.format(self.host.display_name)
[docs]class ApertureProperties(_Properties): """Honeybee Aperture Properties. Aperture properties. This class will be extended by extensions. Usage: .. code-block:: python aperture = Aperture('Window to My Soul', geometry) aperture.properties -> ApertureProperties aperture.properties.radiance -> ApertureRadianceProperties aperture.properties.energy -> ApertureEnergyProperties """
[docs] def to_dict(self, abridged=False, include=None): """Convert properties to dictionary. Args: abridged: Boolean to note whether the full dictionary describing the object should be returned (False) or just an abridged version (True). Default: False. include: A list of keys to be included in dictionary. If None all the available keys will be included. """ base = {'type': 'ApertureProperties'} if not abridged else \ {'type': 'AperturePropertiesAbridged'} base = self._add_extension_attr_to_dict(base, abridged, include) return base
[docs] def add_prefix(self, prefix): """Change the identifier extension attributes unique to this object by adding a prefix. Notably, this method only adds the prefix to extension attributes that must be unique to the Aperture and does not add the prefix to attributes that are shared across several Apertures. Args: prefix: Text that will be inserted at the start of extension attribute identifiers. """ self._add_prefix_extension_attr(prefix)
[docs] def reset_to_default(self): """Reset the extension properties assigned to this Aperture to default. This typically means erasing any Constructions or Modifiers assigned to this Aperture (having them instead assigned by ConstructionSets and ModifierSets). """ self._reset_extension_attr_to_default()
def __repr__(self): """Properties representation.""" return 'ApertureProperties: {}'.format(self.host.display_name)
[docs]class DoorProperties(_Properties): """Honeybee Door Properties. Door properties. This class will be extended by extensions. Usage: .. code-block:: python door = Door('Front Door', geometry) door.properties -> DoorProperties door.properties.radiance -> DoorRadianceProperties door.properties.energy -> DoorEnergyProperties """
[docs] def to_dict(self, abridged=False, include=None): """Convert properties to dictionary. Args: abridged: Boolean to note whether the full dictionary describing the object should be returned (False) or just an abridged version (True). Default: False. include: A list of keys to be included in dictionary. If None all the available keys will be included. """ base = {'type': 'DoorProperties'} if not abridged else \ {'type': 'DoorPropertiesAbridged'} base = self._add_extension_attr_to_dict(base, abridged, include) return base
[docs] def add_prefix(self, prefix): """Change the identifier extension attributes unique to this object by adding a prefix. Notably, this method only adds the prefix to extension attributes that must be unique to the Door and does not add the prefix to attributes that are shared across several Doors. Args: prefix: Text that will be inserted at the start of extension attribute identifiers. """ self._add_prefix_extension_attr(prefix)
[docs] def reset_to_default(self): """Reset the extension properties assigned to this Door to default. This typically means erasing any Constructions or Modifiers assigned to this Door (having them instead assigned by ConstructionSets and ModifierSets). """ self._reset_extension_attr_to_default()
def __repr__(self): """Properties representation.""" return 'DoorProperties: {}'.format(self.host.display_name)