Source code for gemseo.post.dataset.surfaces

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"""Draw surfaces from a :class:.Dataset.

A :class:.Surfaces plot represents samples
of a functional variable :math:z(x,y) discretized over a 2D mesh.
Both evaluations of :math:z and mesh are stored in a :class:.Dataset,
:math:z as a parameter and the mesh as a metadata.
"""
from __future__ import division, unicode_literals

from typing import List, Mapping, Optional, Sequence

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import matplotlib.tri as mtri
from matplotlib.figure import Figure

from gemseo.post.dataset.dataset_plot import DatasetPlot

[docs]class Surfaces(DatasetPlot):
"""Plot surfaces y_i over the mesh x."""

def _plot(
self,
properties,  # type: Mapping
mesh,  # type: str
variable,  # type: str
samples=None,  # type:Optional[Sequence[int]]
):  # type: (...) -> List[Figure]
"""
Args:
mesh: The name of the dataset metadata corresponding to the mesh.
variable: The name of the variable for the x-axis.
samples: The indices of the samples to plot. If None, plot all samples.
add_points: If True then display the samples over the surface plot.
"""
color = properties.get(self.COLOR) or "blue"
colormap = properties.get(self.COLORMAP) or "Blues"
if samples is not None:
outputs = self.dataset[variable][variable][samples, :]
else:
outputs = self.dataset[variable][variable]

sample = 0
fig = []
for z_data, variable_component in zip(outputs, self.dataset.row_names):
fig.append(plt.figure())