Source code for openquake.commands.plot_agg_curve

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
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from openquake.baselib import sap
from openquake.commonlib import util

[docs]def make_figure(curves): # NB: matplotlib is imported inside since it is a costly import import matplotlib.pyplot as plt loss_types = curves.dtype.names I, R = curves.shape num_lt = len(loss_types) fig = plt.figure() for j, lt in enumerate(loss_types, 1): for i in range(I): ax = fig.add_subplot(num_lt * I, I, i * num_lt + j) ax.grid(True) ax.set_ylabel('%s%s' % (lt, '_ins' if i else '')) ax.set_ylim([0, 1]) for rlzi, c in enumerate(curves[lt][i]): ax.plot(c['losses'], c['poes'], label='rlz-%03d' % rlzi) plt.legend() return plt
[docs]@sap.script def plot_ac(calc_id): """ Aggregate loss curves plotter. """ # read the hazard data dstore = agg_curve = dstore['agg_curve-rlzs'] plt = make_figure(agg_curve)
plot_ac.arg('calc_id', 'a computation id', type=int)