Source code for BigDFT.Logfiles

This module is useful to process a logfile of BigDFT run, in yaml format.
It also provides some tools to extract typical informations about the run,
like the energy, the eigenvalues and so on.

# to be appropriately put in a suitable module
kcal_mev = 43.364
to_kcal = 1.0/kcal_mev*27.211386*1000

EVAL = "eval"
SETUP = "let"

PATH = 'path'
PRINT = 'print'
GLOBAL = 'global'
FLOAT_SCALAR = 'scalar'


# Builtin paths to define the search paths
    'number_of_orbitals': {PATH: [['Total Number of Orbitals']],
                           PRINT: "Total Number of Orbitals", GLOBAL: True},
    'posinp_file': {PATH: [['posinp', 'properties', 'source', ]],
                    PRINT: "source:", GLOBAL: True},
    'XC_parameter': {PATH: [['dft', 'ixc'], ['DFT parameters:', 'XC ID:']],
                     PRINT: "ixc:", GLOBAL: True, FLOAT_SCALAR: True},
    'grid_spacing': {PATH: [["dft", "hgrids"]],
                     PRINT: "hgrids:", GLOBAL: True},
    'spin_polarization': {PATH: [["dft", "nspin"]],
                          PRINT: "nspin:", GLOBAL: True},
    'total_magn_moment': {PATH: [["dft", "mpol"]],
                          PRINT: "mpol:", GLOBAL: True},
    'system_charge': {PATH: [["dft", "qcharge"]],
                      PRINT: "qcharge:", GLOBAL: True},
    'rmult': {PATH: [["dft", "rmult"]],
              PRINT: "rmult:", GLOBAL: True},
    # 'up_elec'::{PATH: [["occupation:","K point 1:","up:","Orbital \d+"]],
    #       PRINT: "Orbital \d+", GLOBAL: True},
    'astruct': {PATH: [['Atomic structure']]},
    'data_directory': {PATH: [['Data Writing directory']]},
    'dipole': {PATH: [['Electric Dipole Moment (AU)', 'P vector']],
               PRINT: "Dipole (AU)"},
    'electrostatic_multipoles': {PATH: [['Multipole coefficients']]},
    'energy': {PATH: [["Last Iteration", "FKS"], ["Last Iteration", "EKS"],
                      ["Energy (Hartree)"],
                      ['Ground State Optimization', -1,
                       'self consistency summary', -1, 'energy']],
               PRINT: "Energy", GLOBAL: False},
    'trH': {PATH: [['Ground State Optimization', -1, 'kernel optimization',
                    -2, 'Kernel update', 'Kernel calculation', 0, 'trace(KH)']]
    'hartree_energy': {PATH: [["Last Iteration", 'Energies', 'EH'],
                              ['Ground State Optimization', -1,
                               'self consistency summary', -1,
                               'Energies', 'EH']]},
    'ionic_energy': {PATH: [['Ion-Ion interaction energy']]},
    'XC_energy': {PATH: [["Last Iteration", 'Energies', 'EXC'],
                         ['Ground State Optimization', -1,
                          'self consistency summary', -1,
                          'Energies', 'EXC']]},
    'trVxc': {PATH: [["Last Iteration", 'Energies', 'EvXC'],
                     ['Ground State Optimization', -1,
                      'self consistency summary', -1,
                      'Energies', 'EvXC']]},
    'evals': {PATH: [["Complete list of energy eigenvalues"],
                     ["Ground State Optimization", -1, "Orbitals"],
                     ["Ground State Optimization", -1,
                      "Hamiltonian Optimization", -1, "Subspace Optimization",
    'fermi_level': {PATH: [["Ground State Optimization", -1, "Fermi Energy"],
                           ["Ground State Optimization", -1,
                            "Hamiltonian Optimization", -1,
                            "Subspace Optimization", "Fermi Energy"]],
                    PRINT: True, GLOBAL: False},
    'forcemax': {PATH: [["Geometry", "FORCES norm(Ha/Bohr)", "maxval"],
                        ['Clean forces norm (Ha/Bohr)', 'maxval']],
                 PRINT: "Max val of Forces"},
    'forcemax_cv': {PATH: [['geopt', 'forcemax']],
                    PRINT: 'Convergence criterion on forces',
                    GLOBAL: True, FLOAT_SCALAR: True},
    'force_fluct': {PATH: [["Geometry", "FORCES norm(Ha/Bohr)", "fluct"]],
                    PRINT: "Threshold fluctuation of Forces"},
    'forces': {PATH: [['Atomic Forces (Ha/Bohr)']]},
    'gnrm_cv': {PATH: [["dft", "gnrm_cv"]],
                PRINT: "Convergence criterion on Wfn. Residue", GLOBAL: True},
    'kpts': {PATH: [["K points"]],
             PRINT: False, GLOBAL: True},
    'kpt_mesh': {PATH: [['kpt', 'ngkpt']], PRINT: True, GLOBAL: True},
    'magnetization': {PATH: [["Ground State Optimization", -1,
                              "Total magnetization"],
                             ["Ground State Optimization", -1,
                              "Hamiltonian Optimization", -1,
                              "Subspace Optimization", "Total magnetization"]],
                      PRINT: "Total magnetization of the system"},
    'memory_run': {PATH: [
      ['Accumulated memory requirements during principal run stages (MiB.KiB)']
    'memory_quantities': {PATH: [
      ['Memory requirements for principal quantities (MiB.KiB)']]},
    'memory_peak': {PATH: [['Estimated Memory Peak (MB)']]},
    'nat': {PATH: [['Atomic System Properties', 'Number of atoms']],
            PRINT: "Number of Atoms", GLOBAL: True},
    'pressure': {PATH: [['Pressure', 'GPa']], PRINT: True},
    'sdos': {PATH: [['SDos files']], GLOBAL: True},
    'support_functions': {PATH: [["Gross support functions moments",
                                  'Multipole coefficients', 'values']]},
    'stress_tensor': {PATH: [['Stress Tensor',
                              'Total stress tensor matrix (Ha/Bohr^3)']],
                      PRINT: "Stress Tensor"},
    'symmetry': {PATH: [['Atomic System Properties', 'Space group']],
                 PRINT: "Symmetry group", GLOBAL: True}}

[docs]def get_logs(files): """ Return a list of loaded logfiles from files, which is a list of paths leading to logfiles. Args: :param files: List of filenames indicating the logfiles :returns: List of Logfile instances associated to filename """ # if dictionary is not None: # # Read the dictionary or a list of dictionaries or from a generator # # Need to return a list # dicts = [dictionary] if isinstance(dictionary, dict) else [ # d for d in dictionary] # else if arch is not None: # dicts = YamlIO.load(archive=arch, member=member, safe_mode=True, # doc_lists=True) # # if arch: # # An archive is detected # import tarfile # from futile import YamlIO # tar = # members = [tar.getmember(member)] if member else tar.getmembers() # # print members # for memb in members: # f = tar.extractfile(memb) # dicts += YamlIO.load( # # Add the label (name of the file) # # dicts[-1]['label'] = # elif dictionary: # elif args: # # Read the list of files (member replaces load_only...) # dicts = get_logs(args) # # # from futile import YamlIO logs = [] for filename in files: logs += YamlIO.load(filename, doc_lists=True, safe_mode=True) return logs
# This is a tentative function written to extract information from the runs def document_quantities(doc, to_extract): """ Extract information from the runs. .. warning:: This routine was designed for the previous script and it is here only for backward compatibility purposes. """ analysis = {} for quantity in to_extract: if quantity in PRE_POST: continue # follow the levels indicated to find the quantity field = to_extract[quantity] if not isinstance(field, list) and not isinstance(field, dict) \ and field in BUILTIN: paths = BUILTIN[field][PATH] else: paths = [field] # now try to find the first of the different alternatives for path in paths: # print path,BUILTIN,BUILTIN.keys(),field in BUILTIN,field value = doc for key in path: # as soon as there is a problem the quantity is null try: value = value[key] except (KeyError, TypeError): value = None break if value is not None: break analysis[quantity] = value return analysis def perform_operations(variables, ops, debug=False): """ Perform operations given by 'ops'. 'variables' is a dictionary of variables i.e. key=value. .. warning:: This routine was designed for the previous script and it is here only for backward compatibility purposes. """ # glstr='' # if globs is not None: # for var in globs: # glstr+= "global "+var+"\n" # if debug: print '###Global Strings: \n',glstr # first evaluate the given variables for key in variables: command = key+"="+str(variables[key]) if debug: print(command) exec(command) # then evaluate the given expression if debug: print(ops) # exec(glstr+ops, globals(), locals()) exec(ops, globals(), locals()) def process_logfiles(files, instructions, debug=False): """ Process the logfiles in files with the dictionary 'instructions'. .. warning:: This routine was designed for the previous script and it is here only for backward compatibility purposes. """ import sys glstr = 'global __LAST_FILE__ \n' glstr += '__LAST_FILE__='+str(len(files))+'\n' if INITIALIZATION in instructions: for var in instructions[INITIALIZATION]: glstr += "global "+var+"\n" glstr += var + " = " + str(instructions[INITIALIZATION][var])+"\n" # exec var +" = "+ str(instructions[INITIALIZATION][var]) exec(glstr, globals(), locals()) for f in files: sys.stderr.write("#########processing "+f+"\n") datas = get_logs([f]) for doc in datas: doc_res = document_quantities(doc, instructions) # print doc_res,instructions if EVAL in instructions: perform_operations(doc_res, instructions[EVAL], debug=debug)
[docs]def find_iterations(log): """ Identify the different block of the iterations of the wavefunctions optimization. .. todo:: Should be generalized and checked for mixing calculation and O(N) logfiles :param log: logfile load :type log: dictionary :returns: wavefunction residue per iterations, per each subspace diagonalization :rtype: numpy array of rank two """ import numpy for itrp in log['Ground State Optimization']: rpnrm = [] for itsp in itrp['Hamiltonian Optimization']: gnrm_sp = [] for it in \ itsp['Subspace Optimization']['Wavefunctions Iterations']: if 'gnrm' in it: gnrm_sp.append(it['gnrm']) rpnrm.append(numpy.array(gnrm_sp)) rpnrm = numpy.array(rpnrm) return rpnrm
[docs]def plot_wfn_convergence(wfn_it, gnrm_cv, label=None): """ Plot the convergence of the wavefunction coming from the find_iterations function. Cumulates the plot in matplotlib.pyplot module :param wfn_it: list coming from :func:`find_iterations` :param gnrm_cv: convergence criterion for the residue of the wfn_it list :param label: label for the given plot """ import matplotlib.pyplot as plt import numpy plt.semilogy(numpy.ravel(wfn_it), label=label) plt.legend(loc="upper right") plt.axhline(gnrm_cv, color='k', linestyle='--') it = 0 for itrp in wfn_it: it += len(itrp) plt.axvline(it, color='k', linestyle='--')
[docs]class Logfile(): """ Import a Logfile from a filename in yaml format, a list of filenames, an archive (compressed tar file), a dictionary or a list of dictionaries. Args: *args: sequence of logfiles to be parsed. If it is longer than one item, the logfiles are considered as belonging to the same run. **kwargs: describes how the data can be read. Keywords can be: * archive: name of the archive from which retrieve the logfiles. * member: name of the logfile within the archive. If absent, all the files of the archive will be considered as args. * label: the label of the logfile instance * dictionary: parsed logfile given as a dictionary, serialization of the yaml logfile Example: >>> l = Logfile('one.yaml','two.yaml') >>> l = Logfile(archive='calc.tgz') >>> l = Logfile(archive='calc.tgz',member='one.yaml') >>> l = Logfile(dictionary=dict1) >>> l = Logfile(dictionary=[dict1, dict2]) Todo: Document the automatically generated attributes, perhaps via an inner function in futile python module """ def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): """ Initialize the class """ import os dicts = [] # Read the dictionary kwargs arch = kwargs.get("archive") member = kwargs.get("member") label = kwargs.get("label") dictionary = kwargs.get("dictionary") # if arch is not None: # self.archive_path if arch: # An archive is detected import tarfile from futile import YamlIO tar = members = [tar.getmember(member)] if member else tar.getmembers() # print members for memb in members: f = tar.extractfile(memb) dicts += YamlIO.load( # Add the label (name of the file) # dicts[-1]['label'] = srcdir = os.path.dirname(arch) label = label if label is not None else arch elif dictionary: # Read the dictionary or a list of dictionaries or from a generator # Need to return a list dicts = [dictionary] if isinstance(dictionary, dict) else [ d for d in dictionary] srcdir = '' label = label if label is not None else 'dict' elif args: # Read the list of files (member replaces load_only...) dicts = get_logs(args) label = label if label is not None else args[0] srcdir = os.path.dirname(args[0]) #: Label of the Logfile instance self.label = label #: Absolute path of the directory of logfile self.srcdir = os.path.abspath('.' if srcdir == '' else srcdir) if not dicts: raise ValueError("No log information provided.") # So we have a list of a dictionary or a list of dictionaries # Initialize the logfile with the first document self._initialize_class(dicts[0]) # if len(dicts) > 1: # first initialize the instances with the previous logfile such as # to provide the correct information (we should however decide what # to do if some run did not converged) self._instances = [] for i, d in enumerate(dicts): # label=d.get('label','log'+str(i)) label = 'log'+str(i) dtmp = dicts[0] # Warning: recursive call!! instance = Logfile(dictionary=dtmp, label=label) # now update the instance with the other value instance._initialize_class(d) self._instances.append(instance) # then we should find the best values for the dictionary print('Found', len(self._instances), 'different runs') import numpy # Initialize the class with the dictionary corresponding to the # lower value of the energy ens = [( if hasattr(ll, 'energy') else 1.e100) for ll in self._instances] #: Position in the logfile items of the run associated to lower # energy self.reference_log = numpy.argmin(ens) # print 'Energies',ens self._initialize_class(dicts[self.reference_log]) # def __getitem__(self, index): if hasattr(self, '_instances'): return self._instances[index] else: # print('index not available') raise ValueError( 'This instance of Logfile has no multiple instances') # def __str__(self): """Display short information about the logfile""" return self._print_information() # def __len__(self): if hasattr(self, '_instances'): return len(self._instances) else: return 0 # single point run # def _initialize_class(self, d): import numpy from futile.Utils import floatify # : dictionary of the logfile (serialization of yaml format) self.log = d # here we should initialize different instances of the logfile class # again sublog = document_quantities(self.log, {val: val for val in BUILTIN}) for att, val in sublog.items(): if val is not None: val_tmp = floatify(val) if BUILTIN[att].get( FLOAT_SCALAR) else val setattr(self, att, val_tmp) elif hasattr(self, att) and not BUILTIN[att].get(GLOBAL): delattr(self, att) # then postprocess the particular cases if not hasattr(self, 'fermi_level') and hasattr(self, 'evals'): self._fermi_level_from_evals(self.evals) if hasattr(self, 'kpts'): #: Number of k-points, present only if meaningful self.nkpt = len(self.kpts) if hasattr(self, 'evals'): # self.occupation_numbers = self.evals = self._get_bz(self.evals, self.kpts) if hasattr(self, 'forces') and hasattr(self, 'astruct'): self.astruct.update({'forces': self.forces}) delattr(self, 'forces') elif hasattr(self, 'evals'): from BigDFT import BZ #: Eigenvalues of the run, represented as a # :class:`BigDFT.BZ.BandArray` class instance self.evals = [BZ.BandArray(self.evals), ] if hasattr(self, 'sdos'): import os # load the different sdos files sd = [] for f in self.sdos: try: data = numpy.loadtxt(os.path.join(self.srcdir, f)) except IOError: data = None if data is not None: xs = [] ba = [[], []] for line in data: xs.append(line[0]) ss = self._sdos_line_to_orbitals(line) for ispin in [0, 1]: ba[ispin].append(ss[ispin]) sd.append({'coord': xs, 'dos': ba}) else: sd.append(None) #: Spatial density of states, when available self.sdos = sd # memory attributes self.memory = {} for key in ['memory_run', 'memory_quantities', 'memory_peak']: if hasattr(self, key): title = BUILTIN[key][PATH][0][0] self.memory[title] = getattr(self, key) if key != 'memory_peak': delattr(self, key) # def _fermi_level_from_evals(self, evals): import numpy # this works when the representation of the evals is only with # occupied states # write('evals',self.evals) fl = None fref = None for iorb, ev in enumerate(evals): e = ev.get('e') if e is not None: fref = ev['f'] if iorb == 0 else fref fl = e if ev['f'] < 0.5*fref: break e = ev.get('e_occ', ev.get('e_occupied')) if e is not None: fl = e if not isinstance( e, list) else numpy.max(numpy.array(e)) e = ev.get('e_vrt', ev.get('e_virt')) if e is not None: break #: Chemical potential of the system self.fermi_level = fl # def _sdos_line_to_orbitals_old(self, sorbs): from BigDFT import BZ evals = [] iorb = 1 # renorm=len(xs) # iterate on k-points if hasattr(self, 'kpts'): kpts = self.kpts else: kpts = [{'Rc': [0.0, 0.0, 0.0], 'Wgt':1.0}] for i, kp in enumerate(kpts): ev = [] # iterate on the subspaces of the kpoint for ispin, norb in enumerate(self.evals[0].info): for iorbk in range(norb): # renorm postponed ev.append({'e': sorbs[iorb+iorbk], 's': 1-2*ispin, 'k': i+1}) # ev.append({'e':np.sum([ so[iorb+iorbk] for so in sd]), # 's':1-2*ispin,'k':i+1}) iorb += norb evals.append(BZ.BandArray( ev, ikpt=i+1, kpt=kp['Rc'], kwgt=kp['Wgt'])) return evals # def _sdos_line_to_orbitals(self, sorbs): import numpy as np iorb = 1 sdos = [[], []] for ikpt, band in enumerate(self.evals): sdoskpt = [[], []] for ispin, norb in enumerate( if norb == 0: continue for i in range(norb): val = sorbs[iorb] iorb += 1 sdoskpt[ispin].append(val) sdos[ispin].append(np.array(sdoskpt[ispin])) return sdos # def _get_bz(self, ev, kpts): """Get the Brillouin Zone.""" evals = [] from BigDFT import BZ for i, kp in enumerate(kpts): evals.append(BZ.BandArray( ev, ikpt=i+1, kpt=kp['Rc'], kwgt=kp['Wgt'])) return evals
[docs] def get_dos(self, **kwargs): """Get the density of states from the logfile. Fill a `py:class:~BigDFT.DoS.DoS` class object with the information which is stored in this logfile. Args: **kwargs: Keyword Arguments of the `py:class:~BigDFT.DoS.DoS` class. Returns: BigDFT.DoS.DoS: class instance. Filled with bandarrays and fermi_level. """ from BigDFT import DoS args = {'label': self.label} if hasattr(self, 'sdos'): args['sdos'] = self.sdos args.update(kwargs) return DoS.DoS(bandarrays=self.evals, units='AU', fermi_level=self.fermi_level, **kwargs)
[docs] def get_brillouin_zone(self): """ Return an instance of the BrillouinZone class, useful for band structure. :returns: Brillouin Zone of the logfile :rtype: :class:`BigDFT.BZ.BrillouinZone` """ from BigDFT import BZ if self.nkpt == 1: print('WARNING: Brillouin Zone plot cannot be defined properly' ' with only one k-point') # raise mesh = self.kpt_mesh # : K-points grid if isinstance(mesh, int): mesh = [mesh, ]*3 if self.astruct['cell'][1] == float('inf'): mesh[1] = 1 return BZ.BrillouinZone(self.astruct, mesh, self.evals, self.fermi_level)
[docs] def wfn_plot(self): """ Plot the wavefunction convergence. :Example: >>> tt=Logfile('log-with-wfn-optimization.yaml',label='a label') >>> tt.wfn_plot() """ wfn_it = find_iterations(self.log) plot_wfn_convergence(wfn_it, self.gnrm_cv, label=self.label)
[docs] def geopt_plot(self): """ For a set of logfiles construct the convergence plot if available. Plot the Maximum value of the forces against the difference between the minimum value of the energy and the energy of the iteration. Also an errorbar is given indicating the noise on the forces for a given point. Show the plot as per with matplotlib.pyplots as plt :Example: >>> tt=Logfile('log-with-geometry-optimization.yaml') >>> tt.geopt_plot() """ energies = [] forces = [] ferr = [] if not hasattr(self, '_instances'): print('ERROR: No geopt plot possible, single point run') return for ll in self._instances: if hasattr(ll, 'forcemax') and hasattr(ll, 'energy'): forces.append(ll.forcemax) energies.append( ferr.append(0.0 if not hasattr(ll, 'force_fluct') else ( self.force_fluct if hasattr(self, 'force_fluct') else 0.0)) if len(forces) > 1: import matplotlib.pyplot as plt plt.errorbar(energies, forces, yerr=ferr, fmt='.-', label=self.label) plt.legend(loc='upper right') plt.loglog() plt.xlabel('Energy - min(Energy)') plt.ylabel('Forcemax') if hasattr(self, 'forcemax_cv'): plt.axhline(self.forcemax_cv, color='k', linestyle='--') else: print('No plot necessary, less than two points found')
# # def _print_information(self): """Display short information about the logfile (used by str).""" import yaml # summary=[{'Atom types': # numpy.unique([at.keys()[0] for at in # self.astruct['positions']]).tolist()}, # {'cell': # self.astruct.get('cell', 'Free BC')}] summary = [{'Atom types': self.log['Atomic System Properties']['Types of atoms']}, {'cell': self.astruct.get('cell', 'Free BC')}] # normal printouts in the document, according to definition for field in BUILTIN: name = BUILTIN[field].get(PRINT) if name: name = field if not name or not hasattr(self, field): continue summary.append({name: getattr(self, field)}) if hasattr(self, 'evals'): nspin = self.log['dft']['nspin'] if nspin == 4: nspin = 1 cmt = (' per k-point' if hasattr(self, 'kpts') else '') summary.append( {'No. of KS orbitals'+cmt: self.evals[0].info[0:nspin]}) return yaml.dump(summary, default_flow_style=False)
def _identify_value(line, key): to_spaces = [',', ':', '{', '}', '[', ']'] ln = line for sym in to_spaces: ln = ln.replace(sym, ' ') istart = ln.index(key) + len(key) copy = ln[istart:] return copy.split()[0] def _log_energies(filename, into_kcal=False): from numpy import nan TO_SEARCH = {'Energy (Hartree)': 'Etot', 'Ion-Ion interaction energy': 'Eion', 'trace(KH)': 'Ebs', 'EH': 'Eh', 'EvXC': 'EVxc', 'EXC': 'EXC'} data = {} previous = {} f = open(filename, 'r') for line in f.readlines(): for key, name in TO_SEARCH.items(): if key in line: previous[name] = data.get(name, nan) todata = _identify_value(line, key) try: todata = float(todata) * (to_kcal if into_kcal else 1.0) except Exception: todata = nan data[name] = todata f.close() return data, previous
[docs]class Energies(): """ Find the energy terms from a BigDFT logfile. May also accept malformed logfiles that are issued, for instance, from a badly terminated run that had I/O error. Args: filename (str): path of the logfile units (str): may be 'AU' or 'kcal/mol' disp (float): dispersion energy (will be added to the total energy) strict (bool): assume a well-behaved logfile """ def __init__(self, filename, units='AU', disp=None, strict=True): from numpy import nan TO_SEARCH = {'energy': 'Etot', 'ionic_energy': 'Eion', 'trH': 'Ebs', 'hartree_energy': 'Eh', 'trVxc': 'EVxc', 'XC_energy': 'EXC'} self.into_kcal = units == 'kcal/mol' self.conversion_factor = to_kcal if self.into_kcal else 1.0 data, previous = _log_energies(filename, into_kcal=self.into_kcal) try: log = Logfile(filename) data = {name: getattr(log, att, nan) * self.conversion_factor for att, name in TO_SEARCH.items()} except Exception: pass self._fill(data, previous, disp=disp, strict=strict) def _fill(self, data, previous, disp=None, strict=True): from numpy import nan if disp is None: self.dict_keys = [] self.Edisp = 0 else: self.dict_keys = ['Edisp'] self.Edisp = disp for key, val in previous.items(): setattr(self, key, val) self.dict_keys.append(key) setattr(self, key+'_last', data[key]) self.dict_keys.append(key+'_last') for key in ['Etot', 'Eion', 'Ebs']: setattr(self, key, data.get(key, nan)) self.dict_keys.append(key) try: self.Etot_last = self.Ebs_last + self.Eion - self.Eh_last + \ self.EXC_last - self.EVxc_last self.Etot_approx = self.Ebs - self.Eh + self.Eion self.sanity_error = self.Ebs - self.Eh + self.EXC - self.EVxc + \ self.Eion - self.Etot self.dict_keys += ['Etot_last', 'Etot_approx'] self.Etot_last += self.Edisp self.Etot_approx += self.Edisp except Exception: if strict: raise ValueError('the data is malformed', data, previous) self.sanity_error = 0.0 if abs(self.sanity_error) > 1.e-4 * self.conversion_factor: raise ValueError('the sanity is too large', self.sanity_error) self.dict_keys += ['sanity_error'] self.Etot += self.Edisp @property def to_dict(self): dd = {key: getattr(self, key) for key in self.dict_keys} return dd
if __name__ == "__main__": # Create a logfile: should give an error # (ValueError: No log information provided.) from sys import argv # we should use argparse name = argv[1] exclude = argv[2:] lf = Logfile(name).create_tar(name+'.tar.gz', exclude=exclude)