Source code for abipy.abio.abivars

"""This module contains lookup table with the name of the ABINIT variables."""
import os
import warnings
import numpy as np

from pprint import pformat
from monty.string import is_string, boxed
from monty.functools import lazy_property
from monty.termcolor import cprint
from pymatgen.core.units import bohr_to_ang
from abipy.core.structure import Structure, dataframes_from_structures
from abipy.core.mixins import Has_Structure, TextFile, NotebookWriter
from abipy.abio.abivar_database.variables import get_codevars

__all__ = [

def is_anaddb_var(varname):
    """True if varname is a valid Anaddb variable."""
    return varname in get_codevars()["anaddb"]

[docs]def is_abivar(varname): """True if s is an ABINIT variable.""" # Add include statement # FIXME: These variables should be added to the database. extra = ["include", "xyzfile"] return varname in get_codevars()["abinit"] or varname in extra
# TODO: Move to new directory ABI_OPERATORS = set(["sqrt", ]) ABI_UNIT_NAMES = { s.lower() for s in ( "au", "nm", "Angstr", "Angstrom", "Angstroms", "Bohr", "Bohrs", "eV", "Ha", "Hartree", "Hartrees", "K", "Ry", "Rydberg", "Rydbergs", "T", "Tesla",) }
[docs]def is_abiunit(s): """ True if string is one of the units supported by the ABINIT parser """ if not is_string(s): return False return s.lower() in ABI_UNIT_NAMES
def expand_star_syntax(s): """ Evaluate star syntax. Return new string Remember that Abinit does not accept white spaces. For example `typat 2 * 1` is not valid. >>> assert expand_star_syntax("3*2") == '2 2 2' >>> assert expand_star_syntax("2 *1") == '1 1' >>> assert expand_star_syntax("1 2*2") == '1 2 2' >>> assert expand_star_syntax("*2") == '*2' """ s = s.strip() if "*" not in s: return s else: # Handle e.g `pawecutdg*` if s[0].isalpha() and s[-1] == "*": return s s = s.replace("*", " * ").strip() tokens = s.split() #tokens = [c.rstrip().lstrip() for c in s.split()] # Handle "*2" case i.e. return "*2" if len(tokens) == 2 and tokens[0] == "*": assert tokens[1] != "*" return "".join(tokens) #print(s, tokens) l = [] while tokens: c = tokens.pop(0) if c == "*": num = int(l.pop(-1)) val = tokens.pop(0) l.extend(num * [val]) else: l.append(c) return " ".join(l) def str2array_bohr(obj): if not is_string(obj): return np.asarray(obj) # Treat e.g. acell 3 * 1.0 obj = expand_star_syntax(obj) # Numpy does not understand "0.00d0 0.00d0" obj = obj.lower().replace("d", "e") tokens = obj.split() if not tokens[-1].isalpha(): # No unit return np.fromstring(obj, sep=" ") unit = tokens[-1] if unit in ("angstr", "angstrom", "angstroms"): return np.fromstring(" ".join(tokens[:-1]), sep=" ") / bohr_to_ang elif unit in ("bohr", "bohrs", "au"): return np.fromstring(" ".join(tokens[:-1]), sep=" ") else: raise ValueError("Don't know how to handle unit: %s" % str(unit)) def str2array(obj, dtype=float): if not is_string(obj): return np.asarray(obj) if obj.startswith("*"): raise ValueError("This case should be treated by the caller: %s" % str(obj)) s = expand_star_syntax(obj) # Numpy does not understand "0.00d0 0.00d0" s = s.lower().replace("d", "e") return np.fromstring(s, sep=" ", dtype=dtype) class Dataset(dict, Has_Structure): @lazy_property def structure(self): """ The initial structure associated to the dataset. """ # First of all check whether the structure is defined through external file. if "structure" in self: s = self["structure"].replace('"', "") filetype, path = s.split(":") from abipy import abilab with abilab.abiopen(path) as abifile: return abifile.structure # Get lattice. kwargs = {} if "angdeg" in self: if "rprim" in self: raise ValueError("rprim and angdeg cannot be used together!") angdeg = str2array(self["angdeg"]) angdeg.shape = (3) kwargs["angdeg"] = angdeg else: # Handle structure specified with rprim. kwargs["rprim"] = str2array_bohr(self.get("rprim", "1.0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1")) # Default value for acell. acell = str2array_bohr(self.get("acell", "1.0 1.0 1.0")) # Get important dimensions. ntypat = int(self.get("ntypat", 1)) natom = int(self.get("natom", 1)) # znucl(npsp) znucl = self["znucl"] if znucl.startswith("*"): i = znucl.find("*") znucl_size = natom if "npsp" not in self else int(self["npsp"]) znucl = znucl_size * [float(znucl[i+1:])] else: znucl = str2array(self["znucl"]) # v67mbpt/Input/ typat = self["typat"] if typat.startswith("*"): i = typat.find("*") typat = np.array(natom * [int(typat[i+1:])], dtype=int) else: typat = str2array(self["typat"], dtype=int) # Extract atomic positions. # Select first natom entries (needed if multidatasets with different natom) # # v3/Input/ typat = typat[:natom] for k in ("xred", "xcart", "xangst"): toarray = str2array_bohr if k == "xcart" else str2array if k in self: arr = np.reshape(toarray(self[k]), (-1, 3)) kwargs[k] = arr[:natom] break else: raise ValueError("xred|xcart|xangst must be given in input") try: return Structure.from_abivars(acell=acell, znucl=znucl, typat=typat, **kwargs) except Exception as exc: print("Wrong inputs passed to Structure.from_abivars:") print("acell:", acell, "znucl:", znucl, "typat:", typat, "kwargs:", kwargs, sep="\n") raise exc def get_vars(self): """ Return dictionary with variables. The variables describing the crystalline structure are removed from the output dictionary. """ geovars = {"acell", "angdeg", "rprim", "ntypat", "natom", "znucl", "typat", "xred", "xcart", "xangst"} return {k: self[k] for k in self if k not in geovars} def __str__(self): return self.to_string() def to_string(self, post=None, mode="text", verbose=0): """ String representation. Args: post: String that will be appended to the name of the variables mode: Either `text` or `html` if HTML output with links is wanted. verbose: Verbosity level. """ post = post if post is not None else "" if mode == "html": from abipy.abio.abivars_db import get_abinit_variables var_database = get_abinit_variables() lines = [] app = lines.append for k in sorted(list(self.keys())): vname = k + post if mode == "html": vname = var_database[k].html_link(label=vname) app("%s %s" % (vname, str(self[k]))) return "\n".join(lines) if mode == "text" else "\n".join(lines).replace("\n", "<br>") def _repr_html_(self): """Integration with jupyter_ notebooks.""" return self.to_string(mode="html")
[docs]class AbinitInputFile(TextFile, Has_Structure, NotebookWriter): """ This object parses the Abinit input file, stores the variables in dict-like objects (Datasets) and build `Structure` objects from the input variables. Mainly used for inspecting the structure declared in the Abinit input file. """
[docs] @classmethod def from_string(cls, string): """Build the object from string.""" import tempfile _, filename = tempfile.mkstemp(suffix=".abi", text=True) with open(filename, "wt") as fh: fh.write(string) return cls(filename)
def __init__(self, filepath): super().__init__(filepath) with open(filepath, "rt") as fh: self.string = self.datasets = AbinitInputParser().parse(self.string) self.ndtset = len(self.datasets) def __str__(self): return self.to_string()
[docs] def to_string(self, verbose=0): """String representation.""" lines = [] app = lines.append header = 10 * "=" + " Input File " + 10 * "=" app(header) app(self.string) app(len(header) * "=" + "\n") # Print info on structure(s). if self.structure is not None: app(self.structure.spget_summary()) else: structures = [dt.structure for dt in self.datasets] app("Input file contains %d structures:" % len(structures)) for i, structure in enumerate(structures): app(boxed("Dataset: %d" % (i+1))) app(structure.spget_summary()) app("") dfs = dataframes_from_structures(structures, index=[i+1 for i in range(self.ndtset)]) app(boxed("Tabular view (each row corresponds to a dataset structure)")) app("") app("Lattice parameters:") app(str(dfs.lattice)) app("") app("Atomic positions:") app(str(dfs.coords)) return "\n".join(lines)
[docs] @lazy_property def has_multi_structures(self): """True if input defines multiple structures.""" return self.structure is None
def _repr_html_(self): """Integration with jupyter notebooks.""" from abipy.abio.abivars_db import repr_html_from_abinit_string return repr_html_from_abinit_string(self.string) #return self.to_string(mode="html"))
[docs] def close(self): """NOP, required by ABC."""
[docs] @lazy_property def structure(self): """ The structure defined in the input file. If the input file contains multiple datasets **AND** the datasets have different structures, this property returns None. In this case, one has to access the structure of the individual datasets. For example: input.datasets[0].structure gives the structure of the first dataset. """ for dt in self.datasets[1:]: if dt.structure != self.datasets[0].structure: warnings.warn("Datasets have different structures. Returning None. Use input.datasets[i].structure") return None return self.datasets[0].structure
[docs] def yield_figs(self, **kwargs): # pragma: no cover """ This function *generates* a predefined list of matplotlib figures with minimal input from the user. """ if not self.has_multi_structures: yield self.structure.plot(show=False) yield self.structure.plot_bz(show=False) else: for dt in self.datasets: yield dt.structure.plot(show=False) yield dt.structure.plot_bz(show=False)
[docs] def write_notebook(self, nbpath=None): """ Write an ipython 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=None) nb.cells.extend([ nbv.new_code_cell("abinp = abilab.abiopen('%s')" % self.filepath), nbv.new_code_cell("print(abinp)"), ]) if self.has_multi_structures: nb.cells.extend([ nbv.new_code_cell("""\ for dataset in inp.datasets: print(dataset.structure)"""), ]) if self.ndtset > 1: nb.cells.extend([ nbv.new_code_cell("""\ for dataset in abinp.datasets: print(dataset)"""), ]) return self._write_nb_nbpath(nb, nbpath)
[docs]class AbinitInputParser(object): verbose = 0
[docs] def parse(self, s): """ This function receives a string `s` with the Abinit input and return a list of :class:`Dataset` objects. """ # TODO: Parse PSEUDO section if present! # Remove comments from lines. lines = [] for line in s.splitlines(): line.strip() i = line.find("#") if i != -1: line = line[:i] i = line.find("!") if i != -1: line = line[:i] if line: lines.append(line) # 1) Build string of the form "var1 value1 var2 value2" # 2) split string in tokens. # 3) Evaluate star syntax i.e. "3*2" ==> '2 2 2' # 4) Evaluate operators e.g. sqrt(0.75) tokens = " ".join(lines).split() # Step 3 is needed because we are gonna use python to evaluate the operators and # in abinit `2*sqrt(0.75)` means `sqrt(0.75) sqrt(0.75)` and not math multiplication! if self.verbose: print("tokens", tokens) new_tokens = [] for t in tokens: l = expand_star_syntax(t).split() #print("t", t, "l", l) new_tokens.extend(l) tokens = new_tokens if self.verbose: print("new_tokens", new_tokens) tokens = self.eval_abinit_operators(tokens) #print(tokens) varpos = [] for pos, tok in enumerate(tokens): #if not isnewvar(ok): continue if tok[0].isalpha(): # Either new variable, string defining the unit or operator e.g. sqrt if is_abiunit(tok) or tok in ABI_OPERATORS or "?" in tok: continue # Have new variable if tok[-1].isdigit(): # and "?" not in tok: # Handle dataset index. l = [] for i, c in enumerate(tok[::-1]): if c.isalpha(): break l.append(c) else: raise ValueError("Cannot find dataset index in token: %s" % tok) l.reverse() #if not is_abivar(tok): #continue #raise ValueError("Expecting variable but got: %s" % tok) #print("new var", tok, pos) varpos.append(pos) varpos.append(len(tokens)) # Build dict {varname --> value_string} dvars = {} for i, pos in enumerate(varpos[:-1]): varname = tokens[pos] if pos + 2 == len(tokens): dvars[varname] = tokens[-1] else: dvars[varname] = " ".join(tokens[pos+1: varpos[i+1]]) #print(dvars) err_lines = [] for k, v in dvars.items(): if not v: err_lines.append("key `%s` was not parsed correctly (empty value)" % k) if err_lines: raise RuntimeError("\n".join(err_lines)) # Get value of ndtset. ndtset = int(dvars.pop("ndtset", 1)) udtset = dvars.pop("udtset", None) jdtset = dvars.pop("jdtset", None) if udtset is not None: raise NotImplementedError("udtset is not supported") # Build list of datasets. datasets = [Dataset() for i in range(ndtset)] # Treat all variables without a dataset index kv_list = list(dvars.items()) for k, v in kv_list: if k[-1].isdigit() or any(c in k for c in ("?", ":", "+", "*")): continue for d in datasets: d[k] = v dvars.pop(k) # Treat all variables with a dataset index except those with "?", ":", "+" kv_list = list(dvars.items()) for k, v in kv_list: if any(c in k for c in ("?", ":", "+", "*")): continue varname, idt = self.varname_dtindex(k) dvars.pop(k) #if varname == "angdeg": raise ValueError("got angdeg") if idt > ndtset: if self.verbose: print("Ignoring key: %s because ndtset: %d" % (k, ndtset)) continue datasets[idt-1][varname] = v # Now treat series e.g. ecut: 10 ecut+ 5 (NB: ? is not treated here) kv_list = list(dvars.items()) for k, v in kv_list: if "?" in k: continue if ":" not in k: continue # TODO units vname = k[:-1] start = str2array(dvars.pop(k)) # Handle ecut+ or ecut* incr = dvars.pop(vname + "+", None) if incr is not None: incr = str2array(incr) for dt in datasets: dt[vname] = start.copy() start += incr else: mult = dvars.pop(vname + "*") mult = str2array(mult) for dt in datasets: dt[vname] = start.copy() start *= mult # Consistency check # 1) dvars should be empty if dvars: raise ValueError("Don't know how handle variables in:\n%s" % pformat(dvars), indent=4) # 2) Keys in datasets should be valid Abinit input variables. wrong = [] for i, dt in enumerate(datasets): wlist = [k for k in dt if not is_abivar(k)] if wlist: wrong.extend(("dataset %d" % i, wlist)) if wrong: raise ValueError("Found variables that are not registered in the abipy database:\n%s" % pformat(wrong, indent=4)) # 3) We don't support spg builder: dataset.structure will fail or, even worse, # spglib will segfault so it's better to raise here! for dt in datasets: if "spgroup" in dt or "nobj" in dt: raise NotImplementedError( "Abinit spgroup builder is not supported. Structure must be given explicitly!") if jdtset is not None: # Return the datasets selected by jdtset. datasets = [datasets[i-1] for i in np.fromstring(jdtset, sep=" ", dtype=int)] return datasets
[docs] @staticmethod def eval_abinit_operators(tokens): """ Receive a list of strings, find the occurences of operators supported in the input file (e.g. sqrt), evalute the expression and return new list of strings. .. note: This function is not recursive hence expr like sqrt(1/2) are not supported """ import math # noqa: F401 import re re_sqrt = re.compile(r"[+|-]?sqrt\((.+)\)") values = [] for tok in tokens: m = re_sqrt.match(tok) if m: tok = tok.replace("sqrt", "math.sqrt") tok = str(eval(tok)) if "/" in tok: tok = str(eval(tok)) values.append(tok) return values
[docs] @staticmethod def varname_dtindex(tok): """ >>> p = AbinitInputParser() >>> assert p.varname_dtindex("acell1") == ("acell", 1) >>> assert p.varname_dtindex("fa1k2") == ("fa1k", 2) """ l = [] for i, c in enumerate(tok[::-1]): if c.isalpha(): break l.append(c) else: raise ValueError("Cannot find dataset index in: %s" % tok) assert i > 0 l.reverse() dtidx = int("".join(l)) varname = tok[:len(tok)-i] return varname, dtidx
def validate_input_parser(abitests_dir=None, input_files=None): """ validate/test AbinitInput parser. Args: dirpath: Abinit tests directory. input_files: List of Abinit input files. Return: Exit code. """ def is_abinit_input(path): """ True if path is one of the input files used in the Abinit Test suite. """ if path.endswith(".abi"): return True if not path.endswith(".in"): return False with open(path, "rt") as fh: for line in fh: if "executable" in line and "abinit" in line: return True return False # Files are collected in paths. paths = [] if abitests_dir is not None: print("Analyzing directory %s for input files" % abitests_dir) for dirpath, dirnames, filenames in os.walk(abitests_dir): for fname in filenames: path = os.path.join(dirpath, fname) if is_abinit_input(path): paths.append(path) #import ast #init_path = os.path.join(dirpath, "") #with open(init_path, "rt") as f: # source = # start = source.find("inp_files = [") # if start == -1: # print("ignoring ", init_path) # continue # stop = source.find("]", start) # if stop == -1: # raise ValueError("Invalid code in %s" % init_path) # print(init_path) # inp_basenames = ast.literal_eval(source[start:stop+1]) # print(int_basenames) if input_files is not None: print("Analyzing files ", str(input_files)) for arg in input_files: if is_abinit_input(arg): paths.append(arg) nfiles = len(paths) if nfiles == 0: cprint("Empty list of input files.", "red") return 0 print("Found %d Abinit input files" % len(paths)) errpaths = [] for path in paths: print(path + ": ", end="") try: inp = AbinitInputFile.from_file(path) s = str(inp) cprint("OK", "green") except Exception as exc: if not isinstance(exc, NotImplementedError): cprint("FAILED", "red") errpaths.append(path) import traceback print(traceback.format_exc()) #print("[%s]: Exception:\n%s" % (path, str(exc))) #with open(path, "rt") as fh: # print(10*"=" + "Input File" + 10*"=") # print( # print() else: cprint("NOTIMPLEMENTED", "magenta") if errpaths: cprint("failed: %d/%d [%.1f%%]" % (len(errpaths), nfiles, 100 * len(errpaths)/nfiles), "red") for i, epath in enumerate(errpaths): cprint("[%d] %s" % (i, epath), "red") else: cprint("All input files successfully parsed!", "green") return len(errpaths)