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gmx::AbstractAnalysisData Class Referenceabstract

#include <gromacs/analysisdata/abstractdata.h>

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Description

Abstract base class for all objects that provide data.

The public interface includes methods for querying the data (isMultipoint(), dataSetCount(), columnCount(), frameCount(), tryGetDataFrame(), getDataFrame(), requestStorage()) and methods for using modules for processing the data (addModule(), addColumnModule(), applyModule()).

Notice that even for non-const objects, the interface does not provide any means of altering the data. It is only possible to add modules, making it relatively safe to return a non-const pointer of this type pointing to an internal data structure without worrying about possible modifications of the data.

Currently, it is not possible to continue using the data object if an attached module throws an exception during data processing; it is only safe to destroy such data object.

Todo:
Improve the exception-handling semantics. In most cases, it doesn't make much sense to continue data processing after one module fails, but having the alternative would not hurt.

Public Member Functions

bool isMultipoint () const
 Whether the data can have multiple points in the same column in the same frame. More...
 
int dataSetCount () const
 Returns the number of data sets in the data object. More...
 
int columnCount (int dataSet) const
 Returns the number of columns in a data set. More...
 
int columnCount () const
 Returns the number of columns in the data. More...
 
virtual int frameCount () const =0
 Returns the total number of frames in the data. More...
 
AnalysisDataFrameRef tryGetDataFrame (int index) const
 Access stored data. More...
 
AnalysisDataFrameRef getDataFrame (int index) const
 Access stored data. More...
 
bool requestStorage (int nframes)
 Request storage of frames. More...
 
void addModule (const AnalysisDataModulePointer &module)
 Adds a module to process the data. More...
 
void addColumnModule (int col, int span, const AnalysisDataModulePointer &module)
 Adds a module that processes only a subset of the columns. More...
 
void applyModule (IAnalysisDataModule *module)
 Applies a module to process data that is ready. More...
 

Member Function Documentation

void gmx::AbstractAnalysisData::addColumnModule ( int  col,
int  span,
const AnalysisDataModulePointer module 
)

Adds a module that processes only a subset of the columns.

Parameters
[in]colFirst column.
[in]spanNumber of columns.
moduleModule to add.

Throws in the same situations as addModule().

Currently, all data sets are filtered using the same column mask.

Todo:
This method doesn't currently work in all cases with multipoint data or with multiple data sets. In particular, if the added module requests storage and uses getDataFrame(), it will behave unpredictably (most likely asserts).
Todo:
Generalize this method to multiple data sets (e.g., for adding modules that only process a single data set).
See Also
addModule()
void gmx::AbstractAnalysisData::addModule ( const AnalysisDataModulePointer module)

Adds a module to process the data.

Parameters
moduleModule to add.
Exceptions
std::bad_allocif out of memory.
APIErrorif
  • module is not compatible with the data object
  • data has already been added to the data object and everything is not available through getDataFrame().
unspecifiedAny exception thrown by module in its notification methods (if data has been added).

If data has already been added to the data, the new module immediately processes all existing data. APIError is thrown if all data is not available through getDataFrame().

The caller can keep a copy of the module pointer if it requires later access to the module.

If the method throws, the state of the data object is not changed. The state of the data module is indeterminate.

void gmx::AbstractAnalysisData::applyModule ( IAnalysisDataModule module)

Applies a module to process data that is ready.

Parameters
moduleModule to apply.
Exceptions
APIErrorin same situations as addModule().
unspecifiedAny exception thrown by module in its notification methods.

This function works as addModule(), except that it does not keep a reference to module within the data object after it returns. Also, it can only be called after the data is ready, and only if getDataFrame() gives access to all of the data. It is provided for additional flexibility in postprocessing in-memory data.

Todo:
Currently, this method may not work correctly if module requests storage (addModule() has the same problem if called after data is started).
int gmx::AbstractAnalysisData::columnCount ( int  dataSet) const

Returns the number of columns in a data set.

Parameters
[in]dataSetZero-based index of the data set to query.
Returns
The number of columns in the data.

If the number of columns is not yet known, returns 0. The returned value does not change after modules have been notified of data start, but may change multiple times before that, depending on the actual data class.

Does not throw.

int gmx::AbstractAnalysisData::columnCount ( ) const

Returns the number of columns in the data.

Returns
The number of columns in the data.

This is a convenience method for data objects with a single data set. Can only be called if dataSetCount() == 1.

Does not throw.

See Also
columnCount(int)
int gmx::AbstractAnalysisData::dataSetCount ( ) const

Returns the number of data sets in the data object.

Returns
The number of data sets in the data.

If the number is not yet known, returns 0. The returned value does not change after modules have been notified of data start, but may change multiple times before that, depending on the actual data class.

Does not throw.

virtual int gmx::AbstractAnalysisData::frameCount ( ) const
pure virtual

Returns the total number of frames in the data.

Returns
The total number of frames in the data.

This function returns the number of frames that the object has produced. If requestStorage() has been successfully called, tryGetDataframe() or getDataFrame() can be used to access some or all of these frames.

Does not throw.

Implemented in gmx::AnalysisDataWeightedHistogramModule, gmx::AnalysisDataSimpleHistogramModule, gmx::AnalysisDataFrameAverageModule, gmx::AnalysisData, and gmx::AbstractAnalysisArrayData.

AnalysisDataFrameRef gmx::AbstractAnalysisData::getDataFrame ( int  index) const

Access stored data.

Parameters
[in]indexZero-based frame index to access.
Returns
Frame reference to frame index.
Exceptions
APIErrorif the requested frame is not accessible.

If the data is not certainly available, use tryGetDataFrame().

See Also
requestStorage()
tryGetDataFrame()
bool gmx::AbstractAnalysisData::isMultipoint ( ) const

Whether the data can have multiple points in the same column in the same frame.

Returns
true if multiple points in the same column are allowed within a single frame.

This kind of data can appear in many histogramming applications (e.g., RDFs), where each trajectory frame has several data points (possibly a different number for each frame). The current interface doesn't support storing such data, but this should rarely be necessary.

The returned value does not change after modules have been notified of data start.

Does not throw.

bool gmx::AbstractAnalysisData::requestStorage ( int  nframes)

Request storage of frames.

Parameters
[in]nframesRequest storing at least nframes previous frames (-1 = request storing all). Must be >= -1.
Returns
true if the request could be satisfied.

If called multiple times, the largest request is honored.

Does not throw. Failure to honor the request is indicated through the return value.

See Also
getDataFrame()
tryGetDataFrame()
AnalysisDataFrameRef gmx::AbstractAnalysisData::tryGetDataFrame ( int  index) const

Access stored data.

Parameters
[in]indexZero-based frame index to access.
Returns
Frame reference to frame index, or an invalid reference if no such frame is available.

Does not throw. Failure to access a frame with the given index is indicated through the return value. Negative index is allowed, and will always result in an invalid reference being returned.

See Also
requestStorage()
getDataFrame()

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