Source code for MDAnalysis.coordinates.GSD

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"""GSD trajectory reader  --- :mod:`MDAnalysis.coordinates.GSD`

Class to read the GSD trajectory, output of `HOOMD-blue`_. The GSD format
specifies both the topology and the trajectory of the particles in the
simulation. The topology is read by the
:class:`~MDAnalysis.topology.GSDParser.GSDParser` class.

The GSD format was developed having in mind the possibility of changing number
of particles, particle types, particle identities and changing topology.
Currently this class has limited functionality, due to the fact that the number
of particles and the topology are kept fixed in most MD simulations. The user
will get an error only if at any time step the number of particles is detected
to be different to the one that was set at the first time step. No check on
changes in particle identity or topology is currently implemented.

.. _`HOOMD-blue`:


.. autoclass:: GSDReader

.. autoclass:: GSDPicklable

.. autofunction:: gsd_pickle_open

import numpy as np
import gsd
import gsd.fl
import gsd.hoomd

from . import base
from MDAnalysis.lib.util import store_init_arguments

[docs]class GSDReader(base.ReaderBase): """Reader for the GSD format. """ format = 'GSD' units = {'time': None, 'length': None} @store_init_arguments def __init__(self, filename, **kwargs): """ Parameters ---------- filename : str trajectory filename **kwargs : dict General reader arguments. .. versionadded:: 0.17.0 .. versionchanged:: 2.0.0 Now use a picklable :class:`gsd.hoomd.HOOMDTrajectory`-- :class:`GSDPicklable` """ super(GSDReader, self).__init__(filename, **kwargs) self.filename = filename self.open_trajectory() self.n_atoms = self._file[0].particles.N self.ts = self._Timestep(self.n_atoms, **self._ts_kwargs) self._read_next_timestep()
[docs] def open_trajectory(self): """opens the trajectory file using gsd.hoomd module""" self._frame = -1 self._file = gsd_pickle_open(self.filename, mode='rb')
[docs] def close(self): """close reader""" self._file.file.close()
@property def n_frames(self): """number of frames in trajectory""" return len(self._file) def _reopen(self): """reopen trajectory""" self.close() self.open_trajectory() def _read_frame(self, frame): try: myframe = self._file[frame] except IndexError: raise IOError from None # set frame number self._frame = frame # sets the Timestep object self.ts.frame = frame['step'] = myframe.configuration.step # set frame box dimensions self.ts.dimensions = self.ts.dimensions[3:] = np.rad2deg(np.arccos(self.ts.dimensions[3:])) # set particle positions frame_positions = myframe.particles.position n_atoms_now = frame_positions.shape[0] if n_atoms_now != self.n_atoms: raise ValueError("Frame %d has %d atoms but the initial frame has %d" " atoms. MDAnalysis in unable to deal with variable" " topology!"%(frame, n_atoms_now, self.n_atoms)) else: self.ts.positions = frame_positions return self.ts def _read_next_timestep(self): """read next frame in trajectory""" return self._read_frame(self._frame + 1)
[docs]class GSDPicklable(gsd.hoomd.HOOMDTrajectory): """Hoomd GSD file object (read-only) that can be pickled. This class provides a file-like object (as by :func:``, namely :class:`gsd.hoodm.HOOMDTrajectory`) that, unlike file objects, can be pickled. Only read mode is supported. When the file is pickled, filename and mode of :class:`gsd.fl.GSDFile` in the file are saved. On unpickling, the file is opened by filename. This means that for a successful unpickle, the original file still has to be accessible with its filename. Note ---- Open hoomd GSD files with `gsd_pickle_open`. After pickling, the current frame is reset. `universe.trajectory[i]` has to be used to return to its original frame. Parameters ---------- file: :class:`gsd.fl.GSDFile` File to access. Example ------- :: gsdfileobj =, mode='rb', application='gsd.hoomd '+gsd.__version__, schema='hoomd', schema_version=[1, 3]) file = GSDPicklable(gsdfileobj) file_pickled = pickle.loads(pickle.dumps(file)) See Also --------- :func:`MDAnalysis.lib.picklable_file_io.FileIOPicklable` :func:`MDAnalysis.lib.picklable_file_io.BufferIOPicklable` :func:`MDAnalysis.lib.picklable_file_io.TextIOPicklable` :func:`MDAnalysis.lib.picklable_file_io.GzipPicklable` :func:`MDAnalysis.lib.picklable_file_io.BZ2Picklable` .. versionadded:: 2.0.0 """ def __getstate__(self): return, self.file.mode def __setstate__(self, args): gsd_version = gsd.__version__ schema_version = [1, 4] if gsd_version >= '1.9.0' else [1, 3] gsdfileobj =[0], mode=args[1], application='gsd.hoomd ' + gsd_version, schema='hoomd', schema_version=schema_version) self.__init__(gsdfileobj)
[docs]def gsd_pickle_open(name, mode='rb'): """Open hoomd schema GSD file with pickle function implemented. This function returns a GSDPicklable object. It can be used as a context manager, and replace the built-in :func:`` function in read mode that only returns an unpicklable file object. Schema version will depend on the version of gsd module. Note ---- Can be only used with read mode. Parameters ---------- name : str a filename given a text or byte string. mode: {'r', 'rb'} (optional) 'r', 'rb': open for reading; Returns ------- stream-like object: GSDPicklable Raises ------ ValueError if `mode` is not one of the allowed read modes Examples ------- open as context manager:: with gsd_pickle_open('filename') as f: line = f.readline() open as function:: f = gsd_pickle_open('filename') line = f.readline() f.close() See Also -------- :func:`MDAnalysis.lib.util.anyopen` :func:`MDAnalysis.lib.picklable_file_io.pickle_open` :func:`MDAnalysis.lib.picklable_file_io.bz2_pickle_open` :func:`MDAnalysis.lib.picklable_file_io.gzip_pickle_open` :func:`` .. versionadded:: 2.0.0 """ gsd_version = gsd.__version__ schema_version = [1, 4] if gsd_version >= '1.9.0' else [1, 3] if mode not in {'r', 'rb'}: raise ValueError("Only read mode ('r', 'rb') " "files can be pickled.") gsdfileobj =, mode=mode, application='gsd.hoomd ' + gsd_version, schema='hoomd', schema_version=schema_version) return GSDPicklable(gsdfileobj)