Source code for pyqtgraph.graphicsItems.PlotCurveItem

from ..Qt import QtCore, QtGui, QtWidgets

HAVE_OPENGL = hasattr(QtWidgets, 'QOpenGLWidget')
import math
import sys
import warnings

import numpy as np

from .. import Qt, debug
from .. import functions as fn
from .. import getConfigOption
from .GraphicsObject import GraphicsObject

__all__ = ['PlotCurveItem']

def arrayToLineSegments(x, y, connect, finiteCheck, out=None):
    if out is None:
        out = Qt.internals.PrimitiveArray(QtCore.QLineF, 4)

    # analogue of arrayToQPath taking the same parameters
    if len(x) < 2:
        return out

    connect_array = None
    if isinstance(connect, np.ndarray):
        # the last element is not used
        connect_array, connect = np.asarray(connect[:-1], dtype=bool), 'array'

    all_finite = True
    if finiteCheck or connect == 'finite':
        mask = np.isfinite(x) & np.isfinite(y)
        all_finite = np.all(mask)

    if connect == 'all':
        if not all_finite:
            # remove non-finite points, if any
            x = x[mask]
            y = y[mask]

    elif connect == 'finite':
        if all_finite:
            connect = 'all'
            # each non-finite point affects the segment before and after
            connect_array = mask[:-1] & mask[1:]

    elif connect in ['pairs', 'array']:
        if not all_finite:
            # replicate the behavior of arrayToQPath
            backfill_idx = fn._compute_backfill_indices(mask)
            x = x[backfill_idx]
            y = y[backfill_idx]

    if connect == 'all':
        nsegs = len(x) - 1
        if nsegs:
            memory = out.ndarray()
            memory[:, 0] = x[:-1]
            memory[:, 2] = x[1:]
            memory[:, 1] = y[:-1]
            memory[:, 3] = y[1:]

    elif connect == 'pairs':
        nsegs = len(x) // 2
        if nsegs:
            memory = out.ndarray()
            memory = memory.reshape((-1, 2))
            memory[:, 0] = x[:nsegs * 2]
            memory[:, 1] = y[:nsegs * 2]

    elif connect_array is not None:
        # the following are handled here
        # - 'array'
        # - 'finite' with non-finite elements
        nsegs = np.count_nonzero(connect_array)
        if nsegs:
            memory = out.ndarray()
            memory[:, 0] = x[:-1][connect_array]
            memory[:, 2] = x[1:][connect_array]
            memory[:, 1] = y[:-1][connect_array]
            memory[:, 3] = y[1:][connect_array]

        nsegs = 0

    return out

[docs] class PlotCurveItem(GraphicsObject): """ Class representing a single plot curve. Instances of this class are created automatically as part of :class:`PlotDataItem <pyqtgraph.PlotDataItem>`; these rarely need to be instantiated directly. Features: - Fast data update - Fill under curve - Mouse interaction ===================== =============================================== **Signals:** sigPlotChanged(self) Emitted when the data being plotted has changed sigClicked(self, ev) Emitted when the curve is clicked ===================== =============================================== """ sigPlotChanged = QtCore.Signal(object) sigClicked = QtCore.Signal(object, object)
[docs] def __init__(self, *args, **kargs): """ Forwards all arguments to :func:`setData <pyqtgraph.PlotCurveItem.setData>`. Some extra arguments are accepted as well: ============== ======================================================= **Arguments:** parent The parent GraphicsObject (optional) clickable If `True`, the item will emit ``sigClicked`` when it is clicked on. Defaults to `False`. ============== ======================================================= """ GraphicsObject.__init__(self, kargs.get('parent', None)) self.clear() ## this is disastrous for performance. #self.setCacheMode(QtWidgets.QGraphicsItem.CacheMode.DeviceCoordinateCache) self.metaData = {} self.opts = { 'shadowPen': None, 'fillLevel': None, 'fillOutline': False, 'brush': None, 'stepMode': None, 'name': None, 'antialias': getConfigOption('antialias'), 'connect': 'all', 'mouseWidth': 8, # width of shape responding to mouse click 'compositionMode': None, 'skipFiniteCheck': False, 'segmentedLineMode': getConfigOption('segmentedLineMode'), } if 'pen' not in kargs: self.opts['pen'] = fn.mkPen('w') self.setClickable(kargs.get('clickable', False)) self.setData(*args, **kargs)
def implements(self, interface=None): ints = ['plotData'] if interface is None: return ints return interface in ints def name(self): return self.opts.get('name', None)
[docs] def setClickable(self, s, width=None): """Sets whether the item responds to mouse clicks. The `width` argument specifies the width in pixels orthogonal to the curve that will respond to a mouse click. """ self.clickable = s if width is not None: self.opts['mouseWidth'] = width self._mouseShape = None self._boundingRect = None
[docs] def setCompositionMode(self, mode): """ Change the composition mode of the item. This is useful when overlaying multiple items. Parameters ---------- mode : ``QtGui.QPainter.CompositionMode`` Composition of the item, often used when overlaying items. Common options include: ``QPainter.CompositionMode.CompositionMode_SourceOver`` (Default) Image replaces the background if it is opaque. Otherwise, it uses the alpha channel to blend the image with the background. ``QPainter.CompositionMode.CompositionMode_Overlay`` Image color is mixed with the background color to reflect the lightness or darkness of the background ``QPainter.CompositionMode.CompositionMode_Plus`` Both the alpha and color of the image and background pixels are added together. ``QPainter.CompositionMode.CompositionMode_Plus`` The output is the image color multiplied by the background. See ``QPainter::CompositionMode`` in the Qt Documentation for more options and details """ self.opts['compositionMode'] = mode self.update()
def getData(self): return self.xData, self.yData def dataBounds(self, ax, frac=1.0, orthoRange=None): ## Need this to run as fast as possible. ## check cache first: cache = self._boundsCache[ax] if cache is not None and cache[0] == (frac, orthoRange): return cache[1] (x, y) = self.getData() if x is None or len(x) == 0: return (None, None) if ax == 0: d = x d2 = y elif ax == 1: d = y d2 = x else: raise ValueError("Invalid axis value") ## If an orthogonal range is specified, mask the data now if orthoRange is not None: mask = (d2 >= orthoRange[0]) * (d2 <= orthoRange[1]) if self.opts.get("stepMode", None) == "center": mask = mask[:-1] # len(y) == len(x) - 1 when stepMode is center d = d[mask] #d2 = d2[mask] if len(d) == 0: return (None, None) ## Get min/max (or percentiles) of the requested data range if frac >= 1.0: # include complete data range # first try faster nanmin/max function, then cut out infs if needed. with warnings.catch_warnings(): # All-NaN data is acceptable; Explicit numpy warning is not needed. warnings.simplefilter("ignore") b = ( float(np.nanmin(d)), float(np.nanmax(d)) ) # enforce float format for bounds, even if data format is different if math.isinf(b[0]) or math.isinf(b[1]): mask = np.isfinite(d) d = d[mask] if len(d) == 0: return (None, None) b = ( float(d.min()), float(d.max()) ) # enforce float format for bounds, even if data format is different elif frac <= 0.0: raise Exception("Value for parameter 'frac' must be > 0. (got %s)" % str(frac)) else: # include a percentile of data range mask = np.isfinite(d) d = d[mask] if len(d) == 0: return (None, None) b = np.percentile(d, [50 * (1 - frac), 50 * (1 + frac)]) # percentile result is always float64 or larger ## adjust for fill level if ax == 1 and self.opts['fillLevel'] not in [None, 'enclosed']: b = ( float( min(b[0], self.opts['fillLevel']) ), float( max(b[1], self.opts['fillLevel']) ) ) # enforce float format for bounds, even if data format is different ## Add pen width only if it is non-cosmetic. pen = self.opts['pen'] spen = self.opts['shadowPen'] if pen is not None and not pen.isCosmetic() and != QtCore.Qt.PenStyle.NoPen: b = (b[0] - pen.widthF()*0.7072, b[1] + pen.widthF()*0.7072) if spen is not None and not spen.isCosmetic() and != QtCore.Qt.PenStyle.NoPen: b = (b[0] - spen.widthF()*0.7072, b[1] + spen.widthF()*0.7072) self._boundsCache[ax] = [(frac, orthoRange), b] return b def pixelPadding(self): pen = self.opts['pen'] spen = self.opts['shadowPen'] w = 0 if pen is not None and pen.isCosmetic() and != QtCore.Qt.PenStyle.NoPen: w += pen.widthF()*0.7072 if spen is not None and spen.isCosmetic() and != QtCore.Qt.PenStyle.NoPen: w = max(w, spen.widthF()*0.7072) if self.clickable: w = max(w, self.opts['mouseWidth']//2 + 1) return w def boundingRect(self): if self._boundingRect is None: (xmn, xmx) = self.dataBounds(ax=0) if xmn is None or xmx is None: return QtCore.QRectF() (ymn, ymx) = self.dataBounds(ax=1) if ymn is None or ymx is None: return QtCore.QRectF() px = py = 0.0 pxPad = self.pixelPadding() if pxPad > 0: # determine length of pixel in local x, y directions px, py = self.pixelVectors() try: px = 0 if px is None else px.length() except OverflowError: px = 0 try: py = 0 if py is None else py.length() except OverflowError: py = 0 # return bounds expanded by pixel size px *= pxPad py *= pxPad #px += self._maxSpotWidth * 0.5 #py += self._maxSpotWidth * 0.5 self._boundingRect = QtCore.QRectF(xmn-px, ymn-py, (2*px)+xmx-xmn, (2*py)+ymx-ymn) return self._boundingRect def viewTransformChanged(self): self.invalidateBounds() self.prepareGeometryChange() #def boundingRect(self): #if self._boundingRect is None: #(x, y) = self.getData() #if x is None or y is None or len(x) == 0 or len(y) == 0: #return QtCore.QRectF() #if self.opts['shadowPen'] is not None: #lineWidth = (max(self.opts['pen'].width(), self.opts['shadowPen'].width()) + 1) #else: #lineWidth = (self.opts['pen'].width()+1) #pixels = self.pixelVectors() #if pixels == (None, None): #pixels = [Point(0,0), Point(0,0)] #xmin = x.min() #xmax = x.max() #ymin = y.min() #ymax = y.max() #if self.opts['fillLevel'] is not None: #ymin = min(ymin, self.opts['fillLevel']) #ymax = max(ymax, self.opts['fillLevel']) #xmin -= pixels[0].x() * lineWidth #xmax += pixels[0].x() * lineWidth #ymin -= abs(pixels[1].y()) * lineWidth #ymax += abs(pixels[1].y()) * lineWidth #self._boundingRect = QtCore.QRectF(xmin, ymin, xmax-xmin, ymax-ymin) #return self._boundingRect def invalidateBounds(self): self._boundingRect = None self._boundsCache = [None, None]
[docs] def setPen(self, *args, **kargs): """Set the pen used to draw the curve.""" if args and args[0] is None: self.opts['pen'] = None else: self.opts['pen'] = fn.mkPen(*args, **kargs) self.invalidateBounds() self.update()
[docs] def setShadowPen(self, *args, **kargs): """ Set the shadow pen used to draw behind the primary pen. This pen must have a larger width than the primary pen to be visible. Arguments are passed to :func:`mkPen <pyqtgraph.mkPen>` """ if args and args[0] is None: self.opts['shadowPen'] = None else: self.opts['shadowPen'] = fn.mkPen(*args, **kargs) self.invalidateBounds() self.update()
[docs] def setBrush(self, *args, **kargs): """ Sets the brush used when filling the area under the curve. All arguments are passed to :func:`mkBrush <pyqtgraph.mkBrush>`. """ if args and args[0] is None: self.opts['brush'] = None else: self.opts['brush'] = fn.mkBrush(*args, **kargs) self.invalidateBounds() self.update()
[docs] def setFillLevel(self, level): """Sets the level filled to when filling under the curve""" self.opts['fillLevel'] = level self.fillPath = None self._fillPathList = None self.invalidateBounds() self.update()
[docs] def setSkipFiniteCheck(self, skipFiniteCheck): """ When it is known that the plot data passed to ``PlotCurveItem`` contains only finite numerical values, the `skipFiniteCheck` property can help speed up plotting. If this flag is set and the data contains any non-finite values (such as `NaN` or `Inf`), unpredictable behavior will occur. The data might not be plotted, or there migth be significant performance impact. """ self.opts['skipFiniteCheck'] = bool(skipFiniteCheck)
[docs] def setData(self, *args, **kargs): """ =============== ================================================================= **Arguments:** x, y (numpy arrays) Data to display pen Pen to use when drawing. Any single argument accepted by :func:`mkPen <pyqtgraph.mkPen>` is allowed. shadowPen Pen for drawing behind the primary pen. Usually this is used to emphasize the curve by providing a high-contrast border. Any single argument accepted by :func:`mkPen <pyqtgraph.mkPen>` is allowed. fillLevel (float or None) Fill the area under the curve to the specified value. fillOutline (bool) If True, an outline surrounding the `fillLevel` area is drawn. brush Brush to use when filling. Any single argument accepted by :func:`mkBrush <pyqtgraph.mkBrush>` is allowed. antialias (bool) Whether to use antialiasing when drawing. This is disabled by default because it decreases performance. stepMode (str or None) If 'center', a step is drawn using the `x` values as boundaries and the given `y` values are associated to the mid-points between the boundaries of each step. This is commonly used when drawing histograms. Note that in this case, ``len(x) == len(y) + 1`` If 'left' or 'right', the step is drawn assuming that the `y` value is associated to the left or right boundary, respectively. In this case ``len(x) == len(y)`` If not passed or an empty string or `None` is passed, the step mode is not enabled. connect Argument specifying how vertexes should be connected by line segments. | 'all' (default) indicates full connection. | 'pairs' draws one separate line segment for each two points given. | 'finite' omits segments attached to `NaN` or `Inf` values. | For any other connectivity, specify an array of boolean values. compositionMode See :func:`setCompositionMode <pyqtgraph.PlotCurveItem.setCompositionMode>`. skipFiniteCheck (bool, defaults to `False`) Optimization flag that can speed up plotting by not checking and compensating for `NaN` values. If set to `True`, and `NaN` values exist, the data may not be displayed or the plot may take a significant performance hit. =============== ================================================================= If non-keyword arguments are used, they will be interpreted as ``setData(y)`` for a single argument and ``setData(x, y)`` for two arguments. **Notes on performance:** Line widths greater than 1 pixel affect the performance as discussed in the documentation of :class:`PlotDataItem <pyqtgraph.PlotDataItem>`. """ self.updateData(*args, **kargs)
def updateData(self, *args, **kargs): profiler = debug.Profiler() if 'compositionMode' in kargs: self.setCompositionMode(kargs['compositionMode']) if len(args) == 1: kargs['y'] = args[0] elif len(args) == 2: kargs['x'] = args[0] kargs['y'] = args[1] if 'y' not in kargs or kargs['y'] is None: kargs['y'] = np.array([]) if 'x' not in kargs or kargs['x'] is None: kargs['x'] = np.arange(len(kargs['y'])) for k in ['x', 'y']: data = kargs[k] if isinstance(data, list): data = np.array(data) kargs[k] = data if not isinstance(data, np.ndarray) or data.ndim > 1: raise Exception("Plot data must be 1D ndarray.") if data.dtype.kind == 'c': raise Exception("Can not plot complex data types.") profiler("data checks") #self.setCacheMode(QtWidgets.QGraphicsItem.CacheMode.NoCache) ## Disabling and re-enabling the cache works around a bug in Qt 4.6 causing the cached results to display incorrectly ## Test this bug with test_PlotWidget and zoom in on the animated plot self.yData = kargs['y'].view(np.ndarray) self.xData = kargs['x'].view(np.ndarray) self.invalidateBounds() self.prepareGeometryChange() self.informViewBoundsChanged() profiler('copy') if 'stepMode' in kargs: self.opts['stepMode'] = kargs['stepMode'] if self.opts['stepMode'] in ("center", True): ## check against True for backwards compatibility if self.opts['stepMode'] is True: warnings.warn( 'stepMode=True is deprecated and will result in an error after October 2022. Use stepMode="center" instead.', DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=3 ) if len(self.xData) != len(self.yData)+1: ## allow difference of 1 for step mode plots raise Exception("len(X) must be len(Y)+1 since stepMode=True (got %s and %s)" % (self.xData.shape, self.yData.shape)) else: if self.xData.shape != self.yData.shape: ## allow difference of 1 for step mode plots raise Exception("X and Y arrays must be the same shape--got %s and %s." % (self.xData.shape, self.yData.shape)) self.path = None self.fillPath = None self._fillPathList = None self._mouseShape = None self._lineSegmentsRendered = False if 'name' in kargs: self.opts['name'] = kargs['name'] if 'connect' in kargs: self.opts['connect'] = kargs['connect'] if 'pen' in kargs: self.setPen(kargs['pen']) if 'shadowPen' in kargs: self.setShadowPen(kargs['shadowPen']) if 'fillLevel' in kargs: self.setFillLevel(kargs['fillLevel']) if 'fillOutline' in kargs: self.opts['fillOutline'] = kargs['fillOutline'] if 'brush' in kargs: self.setBrush(kargs['brush']) if 'antialias' in kargs: self.opts['antialias'] = kargs['antialias'] if 'skipFiniteCheck' in kargs: self.opts['skipFiniteCheck'] = kargs['skipFiniteCheck'] profiler('set') self.update() profiler('update') self.sigPlotChanged.emit(self) profiler('emit') @staticmethod def _generateStepModeData(stepMode, x, y, baseline): ## each value in the x/y arrays generates 2 points. if stepMode == "right": x2 = np.empty((len(x) + 1, 2), dtype=x.dtype) x2[:-1] = x[:, np.newaxis] x2[-1] = x2[-2] elif stepMode == "left": x2 = np.empty((len(x) + 1, 2), dtype=x.dtype) x2[1:] = x[:, np.newaxis] x2[0] = x2[1] elif stepMode in ("center", True): ## support True for back-compat x2 = np.empty((len(x),2), dtype=x.dtype) x2[:] = x[:, np.newaxis] else: raise ValueError("Unsupported stepMode %s" % stepMode) if baseline is None: x = x2.reshape(x2.size)[1:-1] y2 = np.empty((len(y),2), dtype=y.dtype) y2[:] = y[:,np.newaxis] y = y2.reshape(y2.size) else: # if baseline is provided, add vertical lines to left/right ends x = x2.reshape(x2.size) y2 = np.empty((len(y)+2,2), dtype=y.dtype) y2[1:-1] = y[:,np.newaxis] y = y2.reshape(y2.size)[1:-1] y[[0, -1]] = baseline return x, y def generatePath(self, x, y): if self.opts['stepMode']: x, y = self._generateStepModeData( self.opts['stepMode'], x, y, baseline=self.opts['fillLevel'] ) return fn.arrayToQPath( x, y, connect=self.opts['connect'], finiteCheck=not self.opts['skipFiniteCheck'] ) def getPath(self): if self.path is None: x,y = self.getData() if x is None or len(x) == 0 or y is None or len(y) == 0: self.path = QtGui.QPainterPath() else: self.path = self.generatePath(*self.getData()) self.fillPath = None self._fillPathList = None self._mouseShape = None return self.path
[docs] def setSegmentedLineMode(self, mode): """ Sets the mode that decides whether or not lines are drawn as segmented lines. Drawing lines as segmented lines is more performant than the standard drawing method with continuous lines. Parameters ---------- mode : str ``'auto'`` (default) segmented lines are drawn if the pen's width > 1, pen style is a solid line, the pen color is opaque and anti-aliasing is not enabled. ``'on'`` lines are always drawn as segmented lines ``'off'`` lines are never drawn as segmented lines, i.e. the drawing method with continuous lines is used """ if mode not in ('auto', 'on', 'off'): raise ValueError(f'segmentedLineMode must be "auto", "on" or "off", got {mode} instead') self.opts['segmentedLineMode'] = mode self.invalidateBounds() self.update()
def _shouldUseDrawLineSegments(self, pen): mode = self.opts['segmentedLineMode'] if mode in ('on',): return True if mode in ('off',): return False return ( pen.widthF() > 1.0 # non-solid pen styles need single polyline to be effective and == QtCore.Qt.PenStyle.SolidLine # segmenting the curve slows gradient brushes, and is expected # to do the same for other patterns and pen.isSolid() # pen.brush().style() == Qt.BrushStyle.SolidPattern # ends of adjacent line segments overlapping is visible when not opaque and pen.color().alphaF() == 1.0 # anti-aliasing introduces transparent pixels and therefore also causes visible overlaps # for adjacent line segments and not self.opts['antialias'] ) def _getLineSegments(self): if not self._lineSegmentsRendered: x, y = self.getData() if self.opts['stepMode']: x, y = self._generateStepModeData( self.opts['stepMode'], x, y, baseline=self.opts['fillLevel'] ) self._lineSegments = arrayToLineSegments( x, y, connect=self.opts['connect'], finiteCheck=not self.opts['skipFiniteCheck'], out=self._lineSegments ) self._lineSegmentsRendered = True return self._lineSegments.drawargs() def _getClosingSegments(self): # this is only used for fillOutline # no point caching with so few elements generated segments = [] if self.opts['fillLevel'] == 'enclosed': return segments baseline = self.opts['fillLevel'] x, y = self.getData() lx, rx = x[[0, -1]] ly, ry = y[[0, -1]] if ry != baseline: segments.append(QtCore.QLineF(rx, ry, rx, baseline)) segments.append(QtCore.QLineF(rx, baseline, lx, baseline)) if ly != baseline: segments.append(QtCore.QLineF(lx, baseline, lx, ly)) return segments def _getFillPath(self): if self.fillPath is not None: return self.fillPath path = QtGui.QPainterPath(self.getPath()) self.fillPath = path if self.opts['fillLevel'] == 'enclosed': return path baseline = self.opts['fillLevel'] x, y = self.getData() lx, rx = x[[0, -1]] ly, ry = y[[0, -1]] if ry != baseline: path.lineTo(rx, baseline) path.lineTo(lx, baseline) if ly != baseline: path.lineTo(lx, ly) return path def _shouldUseFillPathList(self): connect = self.opts['connect'] return ( # not meaningful to fill disjoint lines isinstance(connect, str) and connect == 'all' # guard against odd-ball argument 'enclosed' and isinstance(self.opts['fillLevel'], (int, float)) ) def _getFillPathList(self, widget): if self._fillPathList is not None: return self._fillPathList x, y = self.getData() if self.opts['stepMode']: x, y = self._generateStepModeData( self.opts['stepMode'], x, y, # note that left/right vertical lines can be omitted here baseline=None ) if not self.opts['skipFiniteCheck']: mask = np.isfinite(x) & np.isfinite(y) if not mask.all(): # we are only supporting connect='all', # so remove non-finite values x = x[mask] y = y[mask] if len(x) < 2: return [] # Set suitable chunk size for current configuration: # * Without OpenGL split in small chunks # * With OpenGL split in rather big chunks # Note, the present code is used only if config option 'enableExperimental' is False, # otherwise the 'paintGL' method is used. # Values were found using '' example, see #2257. chunksize = 50 if not isinstance(widget, QtWidgets.QOpenGLWidget) else 5000 paths = self._fillPathList = [] offset = 0 xybuf = np.empty((chunksize+3, 2)) baseline = self.opts['fillLevel'] while offset < len(x) - 1: subx = x[offset:offset + chunksize] suby = y[offset:offset + chunksize] size = len(subx) xyview = xybuf[:size+3] xyview[:-3, 0] = subx xyview[:-3, 1] = suby xyview[-3:, 0] = subx[[-1, 0, 0]] xyview[-3:, 1] = [baseline, baseline, suby[0]] offset += size - 1 # last point is re-used for next chunk # data was either declared to be all-finite OR was sanitized path = fn._arrayToQPath_all(xyview[:, 0], xyview[:, 1], finiteCheck=False) paths.append(path) return paths @debug.warnOnException ## raising an exception here causes crash def paint(self, p, opt, widget): profiler = debug.Profiler() if self.xData is None or len(self.xData) == 0: return if getConfigOption('enableExperimental'): if HAVE_OPENGL and isinstance(widget, QtWidgets.QOpenGLWidget): self.paintGL(p, opt, widget) return if self._exportOpts is not False: aa = self._exportOpts.get('antialias', True) else: aa = self.opts['antialias'] p.setRenderHint(p.RenderHint.Antialiasing, aa) cmode = self.opts['compositionMode'] if cmode is not None: p.setCompositionMode(cmode) do_fill = self.opts['brush'] is not None and self.opts['fillLevel'] is not None do_fill_outline = do_fill and self.opts['fillOutline'] if do_fill: if self._shouldUseFillPathList(): paths = self._getFillPathList(widget) else: paths = [self._getFillPath()] profiler('generate fill path') for path in paths: p.fillPath(path, self.opts['brush']) profiler('draw fill path') # Avoid constructing a shadow pen if it's not used. if self.opts.get('shadowPen') is not None: if isinstance(self.opts.get('shadowPen'), QtGui.QPen): sp = self.opts['shadowPen'] else: sp = fn.mkPen(self.opts['shadowPen']) if != QtCore.Qt.PenStyle.NoPen: p.setPen(sp) if self._shouldUseDrawLineSegments(sp): p.drawLines(*self._getLineSegments()) if do_fill_outline: p.drawLines(self._getClosingSegments()) else: if do_fill_outline: p.drawPath(self._getFillPath()) else: p.drawPath(self.getPath()) cp = self.opts['pen'] if not isinstance(cp, QtGui.QPen): cp = fn.mkPen(cp) p.setPen(cp) if self._shouldUseDrawLineSegments(cp): p.drawLines(*self._getLineSegments()) if do_fill_outline: p.drawLines(self._getClosingSegments()) else: if do_fill_outline: p.drawPath(self._getFillPath()) else: p.drawPath(self.getPath()) profiler('drawPath') def paintGL(self, p, opt, widget): p.beginNativePainting() import OpenGL.GL as gl if sys.platform == 'win32': # If Qt is built to dynamically load OpenGL, then the projection and # modelview matrices are not setup. # # # Technically, we could enable it for all platforms, but for now, just # enable it where it is required, i.e. Windows gl.glMatrixMode(gl.GL_PROJECTION) gl.glLoadIdentity() gl.glOrtho(0, widget.width(), widget.height(), 0, -999999, 999999) gl.glMatrixMode(gl.GL_MODELVIEW) mat = QtGui.QMatrix4x4(self.sceneTransform()) gl.glLoadMatrixf(np.array(, dtype=np.float32)) ## set clipping viewport view = self.getViewBox() if view is not None: rect = view.mapRectToItem(self, view.boundingRect()) #gl.glViewport(int(rect.x()), int(rect.y()), int(rect.width()), int(rect.height())) #gl.glTranslate(-rect.x(), -rect.y(), 0) gl.glEnable(gl.GL_STENCIL_TEST) gl.glColorMask(gl.GL_FALSE, gl.GL_FALSE, gl.GL_FALSE, gl.GL_FALSE) # disable drawing to frame buffer gl.glDepthMask(gl.GL_FALSE) # disable drawing to depth buffer gl.glStencilFunc(gl.GL_NEVER, 1, 0xFF) gl.glStencilOp(gl.GL_REPLACE, gl.GL_KEEP, gl.GL_KEEP) ## draw stencil pattern gl.glStencilMask(0xFF) gl.glClear(gl.GL_STENCIL_BUFFER_BIT) gl.glBegin(gl.GL_TRIANGLES) gl.glVertex2f(rect.x(), rect.y()) gl.glVertex2f(rect.x()+rect.width(), rect.y()) gl.glVertex2f(rect.x(), rect.y()+rect.height()) gl.glVertex2f(rect.x()+rect.width(), rect.y()+rect.height()) gl.glVertex2f(rect.x()+rect.width(), rect.y()) gl.glVertex2f(rect.x(), rect.y()+rect.height()) gl.glEnd() gl.glColorMask(gl.GL_TRUE, gl.GL_TRUE, gl.GL_TRUE, gl.GL_TRUE) gl.glDepthMask(gl.GL_TRUE) gl.glStencilMask(0x00) gl.glStencilFunc(gl.GL_EQUAL, 1, 0xFF) try: x, y = self.getData() pos = np.empty((len(x), 2), dtype=np.float32) pos[:,0] = x pos[:,1] = y gl.glEnableClientState(gl.GL_VERTEX_ARRAY) try: gl.glVertexPointerf(pos) pen = fn.mkPen(self.opts['pen']) gl.glColor4f(*pen.color().getRgbF()) width = pen.width() if pen.isCosmetic() and width < 1: width = 1 gl.glPointSize(width) gl.glLineWidth(width) # enable antialiasing if requested if self._exportOpts is not False: aa = self._exportOpts.get('antialias', True) else: aa = self.opts['antialias'] if aa: gl.glEnable(gl.GL_LINE_SMOOTH) gl.glEnable(gl.GL_BLEND) gl.glBlendFunc(gl.GL_SRC_ALPHA, gl.GL_ONE_MINUS_SRC_ALPHA) gl.glHint(gl.GL_LINE_SMOOTH_HINT, gl.GL_NICEST) else: gl.glDisable(gl.GL_LINE_SMOOTH) gl.glDrawArrays(gl.GL_LINE_STRIP, 0, pos.shape[0]) finally: gl.glDisableClientState(gl.GL_VERTEX_ARRAY) finally: p.endNativePainting() def clear(self): self.xData = None ## raw values self.yData = None self._lineSegments = None self._lineSegmentsRendered = False self.path = None self.fillPath = None self._fillPathList = None self._mouseShape = None self._mouseBounds = None self._boundsCache = [None, None] #del self.xData, self.yData, self.xDisp, self.yDisp, self.path
[docs] def mouseShape(self): """ Return a QPainterPath representing the clickable shape of the curve """ if self._mouseShape is None: view = self.getViewBox() if view is None: return QtGui.QPainterPath() stroker = QtGui.QPainterPathStroker() path = self.getPath() path = self.mapToItem(view, path) stroker.setWidth(self.opts['mouseWidth']) mousePath = stroker.createStroke(path) self._mouseShape = self.mapFromItem(view, mousePath) return self._mouseShape
def mouseClickEvent(self, ev): if not self.clickable or ev.button() != QtCore.Qt.MouseButton.LeftButton: return if self.mouseShape().contains(ev.pos()): ev.accept() self.sigClicked.emit(self, ev)
class ROIPlotItem(PlotCurveItem): """Plot curve that monitors an ROI and image for changes to automatically replot.""" def __init__(self, roi, data, img, axes=(0,1), xVals=None, color=None): self.roi = roi self.roiData = data self.roiImg = img self.axes = axes self.xVals = xVals PlotCurveItem.__init__(self, self.getRoiData(), x=self.xVals, color=color) #roi.connect(roi, QtCore.SIGNAL('regionChanged'), self.roiChangedEvent) roi.sigRegionChanged.connect(self.roiChangedEvent) #self.roiChangedEvent() def getRoiData(self): d = self.roi.getArrayRegion(self.roiData, self.roiImg, axes=self.axes) if d is None: return while d.ndim > 1: d = d.mean(axis=1) return d def roiChangedEvent(self): d = self.getRoiData() self.updateData(d, self.xVals)