Source code for pygal.graph.public

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# This file is part of pygal
# A python svg graph plotting library
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"""pygal public api functions"""

import base64
import io

from pygal._compat import _ellipsis, is_list_like, u
from pygal.graph.base import BaseGraph

[docs]class PublicApi(BaseGraph): """Chart public functions"""
[docs] def add(self, title, values, **kwargs): """Add a serie to this graph, compat api""" if not is_list_like(values) and not isinstance(values, dict): values = [values] kwargs['title'] = title self.raw_series.append((values, kwargs)) return self
def __call__(self, *args, **kwargs): """Call api: chart(1, 2, 3, title='T')""" self.raw_series.append((args, kwargs)) return self
[docs] def add_xml_filter(self, callback): """Add an xml filter for in tree post processing""" self.xml_filters.append(callback) return self
[docs] def render(self, is_unicode=False, **kwargs): """Render the graph, and return the svg string""" self.setup(**kwargs) svg = self.svg.render( is_unicode=is_unicode, pretty_print=self.pretty_print) self.teardown() return svg
[docs] def render_tree(self, **kwargs): """Render the graph, and return (l)xml etree""" self.setup(**kwargs) svg = self.svg.root for f in self.xml_filters: svg = f(svg) self.teardown() return svg
[docs] def render_table(self, **kwargs): """Render the data as a html table""" # Import here to avoid lxml import try: from pygal.table import Table except ImportError: raise ImportError('You must install lxml to use render table') return Table(self).render(**kwargs)
[docs] def render_pyquery(self, **kwargs): """Render the graph, and return a pyquery wrapped tree""" from pyquery import PyQuery as pq return pq(self.render(**kwargs), parser='html')
[docs] def render_in_browser(self, **kwargs): """Render the graph, open it in your browser with black magic""" try: from lxml.html import open_in_browser except ImportError: raise ImportError('You must install lxml to use render in browser') kwargs.setdefault('force_uri_protocol', 'https') open_in_browser(self.render_tree(**kwargs), encoding='utf-8')
[docs] def render_response(self, **kwargs): """Render the graph, and return a Flask response""" from flask import Response return Response(self.render(**kwargs), mimetype='image/svg+xml')
[docs] def render_django_response(self, **kwargs): """Render the graph, and return a Django response""" from django.http import HttpResponse return HttpResponse( self.render(**kwargs), content_type='image/svg+xml')
[docs] def render_data_uri(self, **kwargs): """Output a base 64 encoded data uri""" # Force protocol as data uri have none kwargs.setdefault('force_uri_protocol', 'https') return "data:image/svg+xml;charset=utf-8;base64,%s" % ( base64.b64encode( self.render(**kwargs) ).decode('utf-8').replace('\n', '') )
[docs] def render_to_file(self, filename, **kwargs): """Render the graph, and write it to filename""" with, 'w', encoding='utf-8') as f: f.write(self.render(is_unicode=True, **kwargs))
[docs] def render_to_png(self, filename=None, dpi=72, **kwargs): """Render the graph, convert it to png and write it to filename""" import cairosvg return cairosvg.svg2png( bytestring=self.render(**kwargs), write_to=filename, dpi=dpi)
[docs] def render_sparktext(self, relative_to=None): """Make a mini text sparkline from chart""" bars = u('▁▂▃▄▅▆▇█') if len(self.raw_series) == 0: return u('') values = list(self.raw_series[0][0]) if len(values) == 0: return u('') chart = u('') values = list(map(lambda x: max(x, 0), values)) vmax = max(values) if relative_to is None: relative_to = min(values) if (vmax - relative_to) == 0: chart = bars[0] * len(values) return chart divisions = len(bars) - 1 for value in values: chart += bars[int(divisions * (value - relative_to) / (vmax - relative_to))] return chart
[docs] def render_sparkline(self, **kwargs): """Render a sparkline""" spark_options = dict( width=200, height=50, show_dots=False, show_legend=False, show_x_labels=False, show_y_labels=False, spacing=0, margin=5, min_scale=1, max_scale=2, explicit_size=True, no_data_text='', js=(), classes=(_ellipsis, 'pygal-sparkline') ) spark_options.update(kwargs) return self.render(**spark_options)