Source code for abipy.core.restapi

This module provides interfaces with the Materials Project REST API v2 to enable
the creation of data structures and pymatgen objects using Materials Project data.
import sys

from collections import OrderedDict
from pprint import pprint
from monty.functools import lazy_property
from monty.string import marquee

from pymatgen.ext.matproj import MPRester, MPRestError
from import print_dataframe
from abipy.core.mixins import NotebookWriter


    "pretty_formula", "e_above_hull", "energy_per_atom",
    "formation_energy_per_atom", "nsites", "volume",
    "spacegroup.symbol", "spacegroup.number",
    "band_gap", "total_magnetization", "material_id" # "unit_cell_formula", "icsd_id", "icsd_ids", "cif", , "tags", "elasticity")

[docs]def get_mprester(api_key=None, endpoint=None): """ Args: api_key (str): A String API key for accessing the MaterialsProject REST interface. Please apply on the Materials Project website for one. If this is None, the code will check if there is a `PMG_MAPI_KEY` in your .pmgrc.yaml. If so, it will use that environment This makes easier for heavy users to simply add this environment variable to their setups and MPRester can then be called without any arguments. endpoint (str): Url of endpoint to access the MaterialsProject REST interface. Defaults to the standard Materials Project REST address, but can be changed to other urls implementing a similar interface. """ if api_key is None: try: from pymatgen.core import SETTINGS #from pymatgen.settings import SETTINGS except ImportError: from pymatgen import SETTINGS api_key = SETTINGS.get("PMG_MAPI_KEY") if api_key is None: raise RuntimeError("Cannot find PMG_MAPI_KEY in pymatgen settings. Add it to $HOME/.pmgrc.yaml") if endpoint is None: endpoint = MP_DEFAULT_ENDPOINT return MyMPRester(api_key=api_key, endpoint=endpoint)
[docs]class MyMPRester(MPRester): """ Subclass Materials project Rester. See :cite:`Jain2013,Ong2015`. .. rubric:: Inheritance Diagram .. inheritance-diagram:: MyMPRester """ Error = MPRestError
[docs] def get_phasediagram_results(self, elements): """ Contact the materials project database, fetch entries and build :class:``PhaseDiagramResults`` instance. Args: elements: List of chemical elements. """ entries = self.get_entries_in_chemsys(elements, inc_structure="final") return PhaseDiagramResults(entries)
[docs]class PhaseDiagramResults(object): """ Simplified interface to phase-diagram pymatgen API. Inspired to: See also: :cite:`Ong2008,Ong2010` """ def __init__(self, entries): self.entries = entries # Convert pymatgen structure to Abipy. from abipy.core.structure import Structure for e in entries: e.structure.__class__ = Structure self.structures = [e.structure for e in entries] self.mpids = [e.entry_id for e in entries] # Create phase diagram. from pymatgen.analysis.phase_diagram import PhaseDiagram self.phasediagram = PhaseDiagram(self.entries)
[docs] def plot(self, show_unstable=True, show=True): """ Plot phase diagram. Args: show_unstable (float): Whether unstable phases will be plotted as well as red crosses. If a number > 0 is entered, all phases with ehull < show_unstable will be shown. show: True to show plot. Return: plotter object. """ from pymatgen.analysis.phase_diagram import PDPlotter plotter = PDPlotter(self.phasediagram, show_unstable=show_unstable) if show: return plotter
[docs] @lazy_property def dataframe(self): """Pandas dataframe with the most important results.""" rows = [] for e in self.entries: d = e.structure.get_dict4pandas(with_spglib=True) decomp, ehull = self.phasediagram.get_decomp_and_e_above_hull(e) rows.append(OrderedDict([ ("Materials ID", e.entry_id), ("spglib_symb", d["spglib_symb"]), ("spglib_num", d["spglib_num"]), ("Composition", e.composition.reduced_formula), ("Ehull", ehull), # ("Equilibrium_reaction_energy", pda.get_equilibrium_reaction_energy(e)), ("Decomposition", " + ".join(["%.2f %s" % (v, k.composition.formula) for k, v in decomp.items()])), ])) import pandas as pd return pd.DataFrame(rows, columns=list(rows[0].keys()) if rows else None)
[docs] def print_dataframes(self, with_spglib=False, file=sys.stdout, verbose=0): """ Print pandas dataframe to file `file`. Args: with_spglib: True to compute spacegroup with spglib. file: Output stream. verbose: Verbosity level. """ print_dataframe(self.dataframe, file=file) if verbose: from abipy.core.structure import dataframes_from_structures dfs = dataframes_from_structures(self.structures, index=self.mpids, with_spglib=with_spglib) print_dataframe(dfs.lattice, title="Lattice parameters:", file=file) if verbose > 1: print_dataframe(dfs.coords, title="Atomic positions (columns give the site index):", file=file)
[docs]class DatabaseStructures(NotebookWriter): """ Store the results of a query to the MP database. This object is immutable, use add_entry to create a new instance. """ def __init__(self, structures, ids, data=None): """ Args: structures: List of structure objects ids: List of database ids. data: List of dictionaries with data associated to the structures (optional). """ from abipy.core.structure import Structure self.structures = list(map(Structure.as_structure, structures)) self.ids, = ids, data assert len(self.structures) == len(ids) if data is not None: assert len(self.structures) == len(data) def __bool__(self): """bool(self)""" return bool(self.structures) __nonzero__ = __bool__ # py2
[docs] def filter_by_spgnum(self, spgnum): """Filter structures by space group number. Return new MpStructures object.""" inds = [i for i, s in enumerate(self.structures) if s.get_space_group_info()[1] == int(spgnum)] new_data = None if is None else [[i] for i in inds] return self.__class__([self.structures[i] for i in inds], [self.ids[i] for i in inds], data=new_data)
[docs] def add_entry(self, structure, entry_id, data_dict=None): """ Add new entry, return new object. Args: structure: New structure object. entry_id: ID associated to new structure. data_dict: Option dictionary with metadata. """ if data_dict is None: new_data = None if is None else + [{}] else: assert is not None new_data = + [data_dict] return self.__class__(self.structures + [structure], self.ids + [entry_id], data=new_data)
@property def lattice_dataframe(self): """pandas DataFrame with lattice parameters.""" return self.structure_dataframes.lattice @property def coords_dataframe(self): """pandas DataFrame with atomic positions.""" return self.structure_dataframes.coords
[docs] @lazy_property def structure_dataframes(self): """Pandas dataframes constructed from self.structures.""" from abipy.core.structure import dataframes_from_structures return dataframes_from_structures(self.structures, index=self.ids, with_spglib=True)
[docs] def print_results(self, fmt="abivars", verbose=0, file=sys.stdout): """ Print pandas dataframe, structures using format `fmt`, and data to file `file`. `fmt` is automaticall set to `cif` if structure is disordered. Set fmt to None or empty string to disable structure output. """ print("\n# Found %s structures in %s database (use `verbose` to get further info)\n" % (len(self.structures), self.dbname), file=file) if self.dataframe is not None: print_dataframe(self.dataframe, file=file) if verbose and is not None: pprint(, stream=file) # Print structures print_structures = not (fmt is None or str(fmt) == "None") if print_structures: for i, structure in enumerate(self.structures): print(" ", file=file) print(marquee("%s input for %s" % (fmt, self.ids[i]), mark="#"), file=file) print("# " + structure.spget_summary(verbose=verbose).replace("\n", "\n# ") + "\n", file=file) if not structure.is_ordered: print(structure.convert(fmt="cif"), file=file) else: print(structure.convert(fmt=fmt), file=file) print(2 * "\n", file=file) if len(self.structures) > 10: # Print info again print("\n# Found %s structures in %s database (use `verbose` to get further info)\n" % (len(self.structures), self.dbname), file=file)
[docs] def yield_figs(self, **kwargs): # pragma: no cover """NOP required by NotebookWriter protocol.""" yield None
[docs] def write_notebook(self, nbpath=None, title=None): """ Write a jupyter notebook to nbpath. If nbpath is None, a temporay file in the current working directory is created. Return path to the notebook. """ nbformat, nbv, nb = self.get_nbformat_nbv_nb(title=title) # Use pickle files for data persistence. tmpfile = self.pickle_dump() nb.cells.extend([ #nbv.new_markdown_cell("# This is a markdown cell"), nbv.new_code_cell("dbs = abilab.restapi.DatabaseStructures.pickle_load('%s')" % tmpfile), nbv.new_code_cell("import qgrid"), nbv.new_code_cell("# dbs.print_results(fmt='cif', verbose=0)"), nbv.new_code_cell("# qgrid.show_grid(dbs.lattice_dataframe)"), nbv.new_code_cell("# qgrid.show_grid(dbs.coords_dataframe)"), nbv.new_code_cell("qgrid.show_grid(dbs.dataframe)"), ]) return self._write_nb_nbpath(nb, nbpath)
[docs]class MpStructures(DatabaseStructures): """ Store the results of a query to the Materials Project database. .. inheritance-diagram:: MpStructures """ dbname = "Materials Project"
[docs] @lazy_property def dataframe(self): """ Pandas dataframe constructed from None if data is not available. """ if not return None import pandas as pd rows = [] for d, structure in zip(, self.structures): d = Dotdict(d) d = OrderedDict([(k, d.dotget(k, default=None)) for k in MP_KEYS_FOR_DATAFRAME]) # Add lattice parameters. for k in ("a", "b", "c", "alpha", "beta", "gamma"): d[k] = getattr(structure.lattice, k) rows.append(d) return pd.DataFrame(rows, index=self.ids, columns=list(rows[0].keys()))
[docs] def open_browser(self, browser=None, limit=10): """ Args: browser: Open webpage in ``browser``. Use default if $BROWSER if None. limit: Max number of tabs opened in browser. None for no limit. """ import webbrowser import cgi for i, mpid in enumerate(self.ids): if limit is not None and i >= limit: print("Found %d structures found. Won't open more than %d tabs" % (len(self.ids), limit)) break # url = "" % mpid webbrowser.get(browser).open_new_tab(cgi.escape(url))
[docs]class CodStructures(DatabaseStructures): """ Store the results of a query to the COD_ database :cite:`Grazulis2011`. .. inheritance-diagram:: CodStructures """ dbname = "COD"
[docs] @lazy_property def dataframe(self): """ |pandas-Dataframe| constructed. Essentially geometrical info and space groups found by spglib_ as COD API is rather limited. """ df = self.lattice_dataframe.copy() # Add space group from COD df["cod_sg"] = [d.get("sg", "").replace(" ", "") for d in] return df
[docs]class Dotdict(dict):
[docs] def dotget(self, key, default=None): """ d.dotget[""] --> d["foo"]["bar"] if "" not in self """ # if key is in dict access as normal if key in self: return super().__getitem__(key) # Assume string i = -1 try: i = key.find(".") if i == -1: return default except AttributeError: return default try: root, key = key[:i], key[i+1:] if key == ".": return None return Dotdict(**self[root])[key] except Exception: return None