Source code for pyqtgraph.graphicsItems.GraphItem

import numpy as np

from .. import functions as fn
from .. import getConfigOption
from ..Qt import QtCore, QtGui
from .GraphicsObject import GraphicsObject
from .ScatterPlotItem import ScatterPlotItem

__all__ = ['GraphItem']

[docs] class GraphItem(GraphicsObject): """A GraphItem displays graph information as a set of nodes connected by lines (as in 'graph theory', not 'graphics'). Useful for drawing networks, trees, etc. """
[docs] def __init__(self, **kwds): GraphicsObject.__init__(self) self.scatter = ScatterPlotItem() self.scatter.setParentItem(self) self.adjacency = None self.pos = None self.picture = None self.pen = 'default' self.setData(**kwds)
[docs] def setData(self, **kwds): """ Change the data displayed by the graph. ============== ======================================================================= **Arguments:** pos (N,2) array of the positions of each node in the graph. adj (M,2) array of connection data. Each row contains indexes of two nodes that are connected or None to hide lines pen The pen to use when drawing lines between connected nodes. May be one of: * QPen * a single argument to pass to pg.mkPen * a record array of length M with fields (red, green, blue, alpha, width). Note that using this option may have a significant performance cost. * None (to disable connection drawing) * 'default' to use the default foreground color. symbolPen The pen(s) used for drawing nodes. symbolBrush The brush(es) used for drawing nodes. ``**opts`` All other keyword arguments are given to :func:`ScatterPlotItem.setData() <pyqtgraph.ScatterPlotItem.setData>` to affect the appearance of nodes (symbol, size, brush, etc.) ============== ======================================================================= """ if 'adj' in kwds: self.adjacency = kwds.pop('adj') if hasattr(self.adjacency, '__len__') and len(self.adjacency) == 0: self.adjacency = None elif self.adjacency is not None and self.adjacency.dtype.kind not in 'iu': raise Exception("adjacency must be None or an array of either int or unsigned type.") self._update() if 'pos' in kwds: self.pos = kwds['pos'] self._update() if 'pen' in kwds: self.setPen(kwds.pop('pen')) self._update() if 'symbolPen' in kwds: kwds['pen'] = kwds.pop('symbolPen') if 'symbolBrush' in kwds: kwds['brush'] = kwds.pop('symbolBrush') self.scatter.setData(**kwds) self.informViewBoundsChanged()
def _update(self): self.picture = None self.prepareGeometryChange() self.update()
[docs] def setPen(self, *args, **kwargs): """ Set the pen used to draw graph lines. May be: * None to disable line drawing * Record array with fields (red, green, blue, alpha, width) * Any set of arguments and keyword arguments accepted by :func:`mkPen <pyqtgraph.mkPen>`. * 'default' to use the default foreground color. """ if len(args) == 1 and len(kwargs) == 0: self.pen = args[0] else: self.pen = fn.mkPen(*args, **kwargs) self.picture = None self.update()
def generatePicture(self): self.picture = QtGui.QPicture() if self.pen is None or self.pos is None or self.adjacency is None: return p = QtGui.QPainter(self.picture) try: pts = self.pos[self.adjacency] pen = self.pen if isinstance(pen, np.ndarray): lastPen = None for i in range(pts.shape[0]): pen = self.pen[i] if lastPen is None or np.any(pen != lastPen): lastPen = pen if pen.dtype.fields is None: p.setPen(fn.mkPen(color=(pen[0], pen[1], pen[2], pen[3]), width=1)) else: p.setPen(fn.mkPen(color=(pen['red'], pen['green'], pen['blue'], pen['alpha']), width=pen['width'])) p.drawLine(QtCore.QPointF(*pts[i][0]), QtCore.QPointF(*pts[i][1])) else: if pen == 'default': pen = getConfigOption('foreground') p.setPen(fn.mkPen(pen)) pts = pts.reshape((pts.shape[0]*pts.shape[1], pts.shape[2])) path = fn.arrayToQPath(x=pts[:,0], y=pts[:,1], connect='pairs') p.drawPath(path) finally: p.end() def paint(self, p, *args): if self.picture is None: self.generatePicture() if getConfigOption('antialias') is True: p.setRenderHint(p.RenderHint.Antialiasing) def boundingRect(self): return self.scatter.boundingRect() def dataBounds(self, *args, **kwds): return self.scatter.dataBounds(*args, **kwds) def pixelPadding(self): return self.scatter.pixelPadding()