Source code for drizzlepac.pixtopix

""" pixtopix - A module to perform coordinate transformation from pixel
    coordinates in one image to pixel coordinates in another frame

    :Authors: Warren Hack

    :License: :doc:`LICENSE`

    inimage : str
        full filename with path of input image, an extension name ``['sci',1]``
        should be provided if input is a multi-extension FITS file.

    outimage : str, optional
        full filename with path of output image, an extension name ``['sci',1]``
        should be provided if output is a multi-extension FITS file.
        If no image gets  specified, the input image will be used to generate a
        default output WCS using ``stwcs.distortion.util.output_wcs()``.

    direction : str
        Direction of transform (forward or backward). The 'forward' transform
        takes the pixel positions (assumed to be from the 'input' image) and
        determines their position in the 'output' image. The 'backward'
        transform converts the pixel positions (assumed to be from the
        'output' image) into pixel positions in the 'input' image.

    Optional Parameters
    x : float, optional
        X position from image
    y : float, optional
        Y position from image
    coordfile : str, optional
        full filename with path of file with starting x,y coordinates
    colnames : str, optional
        comma separated list of column names from 'coordfile' files
        containing x,y coordinates, respectively. Will default to
        first two columns if None are specified. Column names for ASCII
        files will use 'c1','c2',... convention.
    separator : str, optional
        non-blank separator used as the column delimiter in the coordfile file
    precision : int, optional
        Number of floating-point digits in output values
    output : str, optional
        Name of output file with results, if desired
    verbose : bool
        Print out full list of transformation results (default: False)

    outx : float
        X position of transformed pixel. If more than 1 input value, then it
        will be a numpy array.
    outy : float
        Y position of transformed pixel. If more than 1 input value, then it
        will be a numpy array.

    This module performs a full distortion-corrected coordinate transformation
    based on all WCS keywords and any recognized distortion keywords from the
    input image header.

    It can be called from within Python using the syntax::

        >>> from drizzlepac import pixtopix
        >>> outx,outy = pixtopix.tran("input_flt.fits[sci,1]",


    1.  The following command will transform the position 256,256 from
        'input_flt.fits[sci,1]' into a position on the output image
        'output_drz.fits[sci,1]' using::

        >>> from drizzlepac import pixtopix
        >>> outx,outy = pixtopix.tran("input_file_flt.fits[sci,1]",
                    "output_drz.fits[sci,1],"forward", 256,256)

    2.  The set of X,Y positions from 'output_drz.fits[sci,1]' stored as
        the 3rd and 4th columns from the ASCII file 'xy_sci1.dat'
        will be transformed into pixel positions from 'input_flt.fits[sci,1]'
        and written out to 'xy_flt1.dat' using::

        >>> from drizzlepac import pixtopix
        >>> x,y = pixtopix.tran("input_flt.fits[sci,1]", "output_drz.fits[sci,1]",
                "backward", coordfile='xy_sci1.dat', colnames=['c3','c4'],

import os
import numpy as np

from import fileutil, teal
from stwcs import wcsutil, distortion
from . import wcs_functions
from . import util

# This is specifically NOT intended to match the package-wide version information.
__version__ = '0.2'
__version_date__ = '19-Mar-2019'

__taskname__ = 'pixtopix'

[docs]def tran(inimage, outimage, direction='forward', x=None, y=None, coordfile=None, colnames=None, separator=None, precision=6, output=None, verbose=True): """ Primary interface to perform coordinate transformations in pixel coordinates between 2 images using STWCS and full distortion models read from each image's header. """ single_coord = False if coordfile is None: if isinstance(x, np.ndarray): xlist = x.tolist() ylist = y.tolist() elif not isinstance(x, list): xlist = [x] ylist = [y] single_coord = True else: xlist = x ylist = y else: if colnames in util.blank_list: colnames = ['c1', 'c2'] # Determine columns which contain pixel positions cols = util.parse_colnames(colnames, coordfile) # read in columns from input coordinates file xyvals = np.loadtxt(coordfile, usecols=cols, delimiter=separator) if xyvals.ndim == 1: # only 1 entry in coordfile xlist = [xyvals[0].copy()] ylist = [xyvals[1].copy()] else: xlist = xyvals[:, 0].copy() ylist = xyvals[:, 1].copy() # start by reading in WCS+distortion info for each image im1wcs = wcsutil.HSTWCS(inimage) if im1wcs.wcs.is_unity(): print("####\nNo valid input WCS found in '{}'." "\n Results may be invalid.\n####\n".format(inimage)) if util.is_blank(outimage): fname, fextn = fileutil.parseFilename(inimage) numsci = fileutil.countExtn(fname) chips = [wcsutil.HSTWCS(fname, ext=('sci', e + 1)) for e in range(numsci)] if len(chips) == 0: chips = [im1wcs] im2wcs = distortion.utils.output_wcs(chips) else: im2wcs = wcsutil.HSTWCS(outimage) if im2wcs.wcs.is_unity(): print("####\nNo valid output WCS found in '{}'." "\n Results may be invalid.\n####\n".format(outimage)) # Setup the transformation p2p = wcs_functions.WCSMap(im1wcs, im2wcs) if direction[0].lower() == 'f': outx, outy = p2p.forward(xlist, ylist) else: outx, outy = p2p.backward(xlist, ylist) if isinstance(outx, np.ndarray): outx = outx.tolist() outy = outy.tolist() # add formatting based on precision here... xstr = [] ystr = [] for ox, oy in zip(outx, outy): xstr.append('{0:.{1}f}'.format(ox, precision)) ystr.append('{0:.{1}f}'.format(oy, precision)) if verbose: print('# Coordinate transformations for ', inimage) print('# X(in) Y(in) X(out) Y(out)\n') for xs, ys, a, b in zip(xlist, ylist, xstr, ystr): print("%.4f %.4f %s %s" % (xs, ys, a, b)) # Create output file, if specified if output: with open(output, mode='w') as f: f.write("# Coordinates converted from %s\n" % inimage) for xs, ys in zip(xstr, ystr): f.write('%s %s\n' % (xs, ys)) print('Wrote out results to: ', output) if single_coord: outx = outx[0] outy = outy[0] return outx, outy
# -------------------------- # TEAL Interface functions # -------------------------- def run(configObj): coordfile = util.check_blank(configObj['coordfile']) colnames = util.check_blank(configObj['colnames']) sep = util.check_blank(configObj['separator']) outfile = util.check_blank(configObj['output']) outimage = util.check_blank(configObj['outimage']) verbose = configObj['verbose'] or outfile is None tran(configObj['inimage'], outimage, direction=configObj['direction'], x=configObj['x'], y=configObj['y'], coordfile=coordfile, colnames=colnames, separator=sep, precision=configObj['precision'], output=outfile, verbose=configObj['verbose']) def help(file=None): """ Print out syntax help for running astrodrizzle Parameters ---------- file : str (Default = None) If given, write out help to the filename specified by this parameter Any previously existing file with this name will be deleted before writing out the help. """ helpstr = getHelpAsString(docstring=True, show_ver=True) if file is None: print(helpstr) else: with open(file, mode='w') as f: f.write(helpstr) def getHelpAsString(docstring=False, show_ver=True): """ return useful help from a file in the script directory called """ install_dir = os.path.dirname(__file__) taskname = util.base_taskname(__taskname__, '') htmlfile = os.path.join(install_dir, 'htmlhelp', taskname + '.html') helpfile = os.path.join(install_dir, taskname + '.help') if docstring or (not docstring and not os.path.exists(htmlfile)): if show_ver: helpString = '\n' + ' '.join( [__taskname__, 'Version', __version__, ' updated on ', __version_date__]) + '\n\n' else: helpString = '' if os.path.exists(helpfile): helpString += teal.getHelpFileAsString(taskname, __file__) else: if __doc__ is not None: helpString += __doc__ + '\n' else: helpString = 'file://' + htmlfile return helpString __doc__ = getHelpAsString(docstring=True, show_ver=False)