Source code for satpy.tests.reader_tests.test_ahi_hsd

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"""The ahi_hsd reader tests package."""

from __future__ import annotations

import contextlib
import datetime as dt
import unittest
import warnings
from typing import Any, Dict
from unittest import mock

import dask.array as da
import numpy as np
import pytest

from satpy.readers.ahi_hsd import AHIHSDFileHandler, _NominalTimeCalculator
from satpy.readers.utils import get_geostationary_mask
from satpy.tests.utils import make_dataid

InfoDict = Dict[str, Any]

FAKE_BASIC_INFO: InfoDict = {
    "blocklength": 0,
    "satellite": "Himawari-8",
    "observation_area": "FLDK",
    "observation_start_time": 58413.12523839,
    "observation_end_time": 58413.132182834444,
    "observation_timeline": "0300",
}
FAKE_DATA_INFO: InfoDict = {
    "blocklength": 50,
    "compression_flag_for_data": 0,
    "hblock_number": 2,
    "number_of_bits_per_pixel": 16,
    "number_of_columns": np.array([11000]),
    "number_of_lines": np.array([1100]),
    "spare": "",
}
FAKE_PROJ_INFO: InfoDict = {
    "CFAC": 40932549,
    "COFF": 5500.5,
    "LFAC": 40932549,
    "LOFF": 5500.5,
    "blocklength": 127,
    "coeff_for_sd": 1737122264.0,
    "distance_from_earth_center": 42164.0,
    "earth_equatorial_radius": 6378.137,
    "earth_polar_radius": 6356.7523,
    "hblock_number": 3,
    "req2_rpol2": 1.006739501,
    "req2_rpol2_req2": 0.0066943844,
    "resampling_size": 4,
    "resampling_types": 0,
    "rpol2_req2": 0.993305616,
    "spare": "",
    "sub_lon": 140.7,
}
FAKE_NAV_INFO: InfoDict = {
    "SSP_longitude": 140.65699999999998,
    "SSP_latitude": 0.0042985719753897015,
    "distance_earth_center_to_satellite": 42165.04,
    "nadir_longitude": 140.25253875463318,
    "nadir_latitude": 0.01674775121155575,
}
FAKE_CAL_INFO: InfoDict = {"blocklength": 0, "band_number": [4]}
FAKE_IRVISCAL_INFO: InfoDict = {}
FAKE_INTERCAL_INFO: InfoDict = {"blocklength": 0}
FAKE_SEGMENT_INFO: InfoDict = {"blocklength": 0}
FAKE_NAVCORR_INFO: InfoDict = {"blocklength": 0, "numof_correction_info_data": [1]}
FAKE_NAVCORR_SUBINFO: InfoDict = {}
FAKE_OBS_TIME_INFO: InfoDict = {"blocklength": 0, "number_of_observation_times": [1]}
FAKE_OBS_LINETIME_INFO: InfoDict = {}
FAKE_ERROR_INFO: InfoDict = {"blocklength": 0, "number_of_error_info_data": [1]}
FAKE_ERROR_LINE_INFO: InfoDict = {}
FAKE_SPARE_INFO: InfoDict = {"blocklength": 0}


[docs] def _new_unzip(fname, prefix=""): """Fake unzipping.""" if fname[-3:] == "bz2": return prefix + fname[:-4] return fname
[docs] class TestAHIHSDNavigation(unittest.TestCase): """Test the AHI HSD reader navigation."""
[docs] @mock.patch("satpy.readers.ahi_hsd.np2str") @mock.patch("satpy.readers.ahi_hsd.np.fromfile") def test_region(self, fromfile, np2str): """Test region navigation.""" from pyproj import CRS np2str.side_effect = lambda x: x m = mock.mock_open() with mock.patch("satpy.readers.ahi_hsd.open", m, create=True): fh = AHIHSDFileHandler("somefile", {"segment": 1, "total_segments": 1}, filetype_info={"file_type": "hsd_b01"}, user_calibration=None) fh.proj_info = {"CFAC": 40932549, "COFF": -591.5, "LFAC": 40932549, "LOFF": 5132.5, "blocklength": 127, "coeff_for_sd": 1737122264.0, "distance_from_earth_center": 42164.0, "earth_equatorial_radius": 6378.137, "earth_polar_radius": 6356.7523, "hblock_number": 3, "req2_rpol2": 1.006739501, "req2_rpol2_req2": 0.0066943844, "resampling_size": 4, "resampling_types": 0, "rpol2_req2": 0.993305616, "spare": "", "sub_lon": 140.7} fh.data_info = {"blocklength": 50, "compression_flag_for_data": 0, "hblock_number": 2, "number_of_bits_per_pixel": 16, "number_of_columns": np.array([1000]), "number_of_lines": np.array([1000]), "spare": ""} area_def = fh.get_area_def(None) expected_crs = CRS.from_dict(dict(a=6378137.0, b=6356752.3, h= 35785863.0, lon_0=140.7, proj="geos", units="m")) assert area_def.crs == expected_crs np.testing.assert_allclose(area_def.area_extent, (592000.0038256242, 4132000.0267018233, 1592000.0102878273, 5132000.033164027))
[docs] @mock.patch("satpy.readers.ahi_hsd.np2str") @mock.patch("satpy.readers.ahi_hsd.np.fromfile") def test_segment(self, fromfile, np2str): """Test segment navigation.""" from pyproj import CRS np2str.side_effect = lambda x: x m = mock.mock_open() with mock.patch("satpy.readers.ahi_hsd.open", m, create=True): fh = AHIHSDFileHandler("somefile", {"segment": 8, "total_segments": 10}, filetype_info={"file_type": "hsd_b01"}) fh.proj_info = {"CFAC": 40932549, "COFF": 5500.5, "LFAC": 40932549, "LOFF": 5500.5, "blocklength": 127, "coeff_for_sd": 1737122264.0, "distance_from_earth_center": 42164.0, "earth_equatorial_radius": 6378.137, "earth_polar_radius": 6356.7523, "hblock_number": 3, "req2_rpol2": 1.006739501, "req2_rpol2_req2": 0.0066943844, "resampling_size": 4, "resampling_types": 0, "rpol2_req2": 0.993305616, "spare": "", "sub_lon": 140.7} fh.data_info = {"blocklength": 50, "compression_flag_for_data": 0, "hblock_number": 2, "number_of_bits_per_pixel": 16, "number_of_columns": np.array([11000]), "number_of_lines": np.array([1100]), "spare": ""} area_def = fh.get_area_def(None) expected_crs = CRS.from_dict(dict(a=6378137.0, b=6356752.3, h= 35785863.0, lon_0=140.7, proj="geos", units="m")) assert area_def.crs == expected_crs np.testing.assert_allclose(area_def.area_extent, (-5500000.035542117, -3300000.021325271, 5500000.035542117, -2200000.0142168473))
[docs] @pytest.fixture() def hsd_file_jp01(tmp_path): """Create a jp01 hsd file.""" from satpy.readers.ahi_hsd import ( # _IRCAL_INFO_TYPE, _BASIC_INFO_TYPE, _CAL_INFO_TYPE, _DATA_INFO_TYPE, _ERROR_INFO_TYPE, _ERROR_LINE_INFO_TYPE, _INTER_CALIBRATION_INFO_TYPE, _NAV_INFO_TYPE, _NAVIGATION_CORRECTION_INFO_TYPE, _NAVIGATION_CORRECTION_SUBINFO_TYPE, _OBSERVATION_LINE_TIME_INFO_TYPE, _OBSERVATION_TIME_INFO_TYPE, _PROJ_INFO_TYPE, _SEGMENT_INFO_TYPE, _SPARE_TYPE, _VISCAL_INFO_TYPE, ) nrows = 11000 ncols = 11000 filename = tmp_path / "somedata.DAT" error_lines = 0 number_nav_corrections = 0 number_observation_times = 6 dat_type = np.dtype([("block1", _BASIC_INFO_TYPE), ("block2", _DATA_INFO_TYPE), ("block3", _PROJ_INFO_TYPE), ("block4", _NAV_INFO_TYPE), ("block5", _CAL_INFO_TYPE), ("calibration", _VISCAL_INFO_TYPE), ("block6", _INTER_CALIBRATION_INFO_TYPE), ("block7", _SEGMENT_INFO_TYPE), ("block8", _NAVIGATION_CORRECTION_INFO_TYPE), ("navigation_corrections", _NAVIGATION_CORRECTION_SUBINFO_TYPE, (number_nav_corrections,)), ("block9", _OBSERVATION_TIME_INFO_TYPE), ("observation_time_information", _OBSERVATION_LINE_TIME_INFO_TYPE, (number_observation_times,)), ("block10", _ERROR_INFO_TYPE), ("error_info", _ERROR_LINE_INFO_TYPE, (error_lines,)), ("block11", _SPARE_TYPE), ("image", "<u2", (nrows, ncols))]) dat = np.zeros(1, dat_type) dat["block1"]["blocklength"] = _BASIC_INFO_TYPE.itemsize dat["block1"]["observation_area"] = "JP01" dat["block1"]["satellite"] = b"Himawari-8" dat["block2"]["blocklength"] = _DATA_INFO_TYPE.itemsize dat["block2"]["number_of_lines"] = nrows dat["block2"]["number_of_columns"] = ncols dat["block3"]["blocklength"] = _PROJ_INFO_TYPE.itemsize dat["block3"]["sub_lon"] = 140.7 dat["block3"]["CFAC"] = 81865099 dat["block3"]["LFAC"] = 81865099 dat["block3"]["COFF"] = 5500.5 dat["block3"]["LOFF"] = 5500.5 dat["block3"]["distance_from_earth_center"] = 42164. dat["block3"]["earth_equatorial_radius"] = 6378.137 dat["block3"]["earth_polar_radius"] = 6356.7523 dat["block4"]["blocklength"] = _NAV_INFO_TYPE.itemsize dat["block5"]["blocklength"] = _CAL_INFO_TYPE.itemsize + _VISCAL_INFO_TYPE.itemsize dat["block6"]["blocklength"] = _INTER_CALIBRATION_INFO_TYPE.itemsize dat["block7"]["blocklength"] = _SEGMENT_INFO_TYPE.itemsize dat["block8"]["blocklength"] = (_NAVIGATION_CORRECTION_INFO_TYPE.itemsize + number_nav_corrections * _NAVIGATION_CORRECTION_SUBINFO_TYPE.itemsize) dat["block9"]["blocklength"] = (_OBSERVATION_TIME_INFO_TYPE.itemsize + number_observation_times * _OBSERVATION_LINE_TIME_INFO_TYPE.itemsize) dat["block10"]["blocklength"] = _ERROR_INFO_TYPE.itemsize + error_lines * _ERROR_LINE_INFO_TYPE.itemsize dat["block11"]["blocklength"] = _SPARE_TYPE.itemsize dat.tofile(filename) return filename
[docs] class TestAHIHSDFileHandler: """Tests for the AHI HSD file handler."""
[docs] def test_bad_calibration(self): """Test that a bad calibration mode causes an exception.""" with pytest.raises(ValueError, match="Invalid calibration mode: BAD_MODE. Choose one of (.*)"): with _fake_hsd_handler(fh_kwargs={"calib_mode": "BAD_MODE"}): pass
[docs] @pytest.mark.parametrize( ("round_actual_position", "expected_result"), [ (False, (140.65699999999998, 0.0042985719753897015, 35786903.00011936)), (True, (140.657, 0.0, 35786850.0)) ] ) def test_actual_satellite_position(self, round_actual_position, expected_result): """Test that rounding of the actual satellite position can be controlled.""" with _fake_hsd_handler(fh_kwargs={"round_actual_position": round_actual_position}) as fh: ds_id = make_dataid(name="B01", resolution=1000) ds_info = { "units": "%", "standard_name": "some_name", "wavelength": (0.1, 0.2, 0.3), "resolution": 1000, } metadata = fh._get_metadata(ds_id, ds_info) orb_params = metadata["orbital_parameters"] assert orb_params["satellite_actual_longitude"] == expected_result[0] assert orb_params["satellite_actual_latitude"] == expected_result[1] assert orb_params["satellite_actual_altitude"] == expected_result[2]
[docs] @mock.patch("satpy.readers.ahi_hsd.AHIHSDFileHandler._check_fpos") def test_read_header(self, *mocks): """Test header reading.""" with _fake_hsd_handler() as fh: fh._read_header(mock.MagicMock())
[docs] @mock.patch("satpy.readers.ahi_hsd.AHIHSDFileHandler._read_data") @mock.patch("satpy.readers.ahi_hsd.AHIHSDFileHandler._mask_invalid") @mock.patch("satpy.readers.ahi_hsd.AHIHSDFileHandler.calibrate") def test_read_band(self, calibrate, *mocks): """Test masking of space pixels.""" nrows = 25 ncols = 100 calibrate.return_value = np.ones((nrows, ncols)) with _fake_hsd_handler() as fh: fh.data_info["number_of_columns"] = ncols fh.data_info["number_of_lines"] = nrows with warnings.catch_warnings(): # The header isn't valid warnings.filterwarnings("ignore", category=UserWarning, message=r"Actual .* header size") im = fh.read_band(mock.MagicMock(), mock.MagicMock()) # Note: Within the earth's shape get_geostationary_mask() is True but the numpy.ma mask # is False mask = im.to_masked_array().mask ref_mask = np.logical_not(get_geostationary_mask(fh.area).compute()) np.testing.assert_equal(mask, ref_mask) # Test attributes orb_params_exp = {"projection_longitude": 140.7, "projection_latitude": 0., "projection_altitude": 35785863.0, "satellite_actual_longitude": 140.657, "satellite_actual_latitude": 0.0, "satellite_actual_altitude": 35786850, "nadir_longitude": 140.252539, "nadir_latitude": 0.01674775} actual_obs_params = im.attrs["orbital_parameters"] for key, value in orb_params_exp.items(): assert key in actual_obs_params np.testing.assert_allclose(value, actual_obs_params[key]) time_params_exp = { "nominal_start_time": dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 0, 0, 0), "nominal_end_time": dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 10, 0, 0), "observation_start_time": dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 0, 20, 596896), "observation_end_time": dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 10, 20, 596896), } actual_time_params = im.attrs["time_parameters"] for key, value in time_params_exp.items(): assert key in actual_time_params assert value == actual_time_params[key] # Test if masking space pixels disables with appropriate flag fh.mask_space = False with mock.patch("satpy.readers.ahi_hsd.AHIHSDFileHandler._mask_space") as mask_space: with warnings.catch_warnings(): # The header isn't valid warnings.filterwarnings("ignore", category=UserWarning, message=r"Actual .* header size") fh.read_band(mock.MagicMock(), mock.MagicMock()) mask_space.assert_not_called()
[docs] def test_read_band_from_actual_file(self, hsd_file_jp01): """Test read_bands on real data.""" filename_info = {"segment": 1, "total_segments": 1} filetype_info = {"file_type": "blahB01"} fh = AHIHSDFileHandler(hsd_file_jp01, filename_info, filetype_info) key = {"name": "B01", "calibration": "counts", "resolution": 1000} import dask with dask.config.set({"array.chunk-size": "32MiB"}): with warnings.catch_warnings(): # The header isn't valid warnings.filterwarnings("ignore", category=UserWarning, message=r"Actual .* header size") data = fh.read_band( key, { "units": "%", "standard_name": "toa_bidirectional_reflectance", "wavelength": 2, "resolution": 1000, }) assert data.chunks == ((1100,) * 10, (1100,) * 10) assert data.dtype == data.compute().dtype assert data.dtype == np.float32
[docs] @mock.patch("satpy.readers.ahi_hsd.AHIHSDFileHandler._read_data") @mock.patch("satpy.readers.ahi_hsd.AHIHSDFileHandler._mask_invalid") @mock.patch("satpy.readers.ahi_hsd.AHIHSDFileHandler.calibrate") def test_scene_loading(self, calibrate, *mocks): """Test masking of space pixels.""" from satpy import Scene nrows = 25 ncols = 100 calibrate.return_value = np.ones((nrows, ncols)) with _fake_hsd_handler() as fh: with mock.patch("satpy.readers.ahi_hsd.AHIHSDFileHandler") as fh_cls: fh_cls.return_value = fh fh.filename_info["total_segments"] = 1 fh.filename_info["segment"] = 1 fh.data_info["number_of_columns"] = ncols fh.data_info["number_of_lines"] = nrows scn = Scene(reader="ahi_hsd", filenames=["HS_H08_20210225_0700_B07_FLDK_R20_S0110.DAT"]) with warnings.catch_warnings(): # The header isn't valid warnings.filterwarnings("ignore", category=UserWarning, message=r"Actual .* header size") scn.load(["B07"]) im = scn["B07"] # Make sure space masking worked mask = im.to_masked_array().mask ref_mask = np.logical_not(get_geostationary_mask(fh.area).compute()) np.testing.assert_equal(mask, ref_mask) # Make sure proj_id is correct assert fh.area.proj_id == f'geosh{FAKE_BASIC_INFO["satellite"][-1]}'
[docs] def test_time_properties(self): """Test start/end/scheduled time properties.""" with _fake_hsd_handler() as fh: assert fh.start_time == dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 0) assert fh.end_time == dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 10) assert fh.observation_start_time == dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 0, 20, 596896) assert fh.observation_end_time == dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 10, 20, 596896) assert fh.nominal_start_time == dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 0, 0, 0) assert fh.nominal_end_time == dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 10, 0, 0)
[docs] def test_blocklen_error(self, *mocks): """Test erraneous blocklength.""" open_name = "%s.open" % __name__ fpos = 50 with _fake_hsd_handler() as fh, \ mock.patch(open_name, create=True) as mock_open, \ mock_open(mock.MagicMock(), "r") as fp_: # Expected and actual blocklength match fp_.tell.return_value = 50 with warnings.catch_warnings(record=True) as w: fh._check_fpos(fp_, fpos, 0, "header 1") assert len(w) == 0 # Expected and actual blocklength do not match fp_.tell.return_value = 100 with pytest.warns(UserWarning, match=r"Actual .* header size does not match expected"): fh._check_fpos(fp_, fpos, 0, "header 1")
[docs] class TestAHICalibration(unittest.TestCase): """Test case for various AHI calibration types."""
[docs] @mock.patch("satpy.readers.ahi_hsd.AHIHSDFileHandler.__init__", return_value=None) def setUp(self, *mocks): """Create fake data for testing.""" self.def_cali = [-0.0037, 15.20] self.upd_cali = [-0.0074, 30.40] self.bad_cali = [0.0, 0.0] fh = AHIHSDFileHandler(filetype_info={"file_type": "hsd_b01"}) fh.calib_mode = "NOMINAL" fh.user_calibration = None fh.is_zipped = False fh._header = { "block5": {"band_number": [5], "gain_count2rad_conversion": [self.def_cali[0]], "offset_count2rad_conversion": [self.def_cali[1]], "central_wave_length": [10.4073], }, "calibration": {"coeff_rad2albedo_conversion": [0.0019255], "speed_of_light": [299792458.0], "planck_constant": [6.62606957e-34], "boltzmann_constant": [1.3806488e-23], "c0_rad2tb_conversion": [-0.116127314574], "c1_rad2tb_conversion": [1.00099153832], "c2_rad2tb_conversion": [-1.76961091571e-06], "cali_gain_count2rad_conversion": [self.upd_cali[0]], "cali_offset_count2rad_conversion": [self.upd_cali[1]]}, } self.counts = da.array(np.array([[0, 1000], [2000, 5000]], dtype=np.uint16)) self.fh = fh
[docs] def test_default_calibrate(self, *mocks): """Test default in-file calibration modes.""" self.setUp() # Counts assert self.fh.calibrate(data=123, calibration="counts") == 123 # Radiance rad_exp = np.array([[15.2, 11.5], [7.8, -3.3]]) rad = self.fh.calibrate(data=self.counts, calibration="radiance") assert np.allclose(rad, rad_exp) # Brightness Temperature bt_exp = np.array([[330.978979, 310.524688], [285.845017, np.nan]]) bt = self.fh.calibrate(data=self.counts, calibration="brightness_temperature") np.testing.assert_allclose(bt, bt_exp) # Reflectance refl_exp = np.array([[2.92676, 2.214325], [1.50189, 0.]]) refl = self.fh.calibrate(data=self.counts, calibration="reflectance") assert np.allclose(refl, refl_exp)
[docs] def test_updated_calibrate(self): """Test updated in-file calibration modes.""" # Standard operation self.fh.calib_mode = "UPDATE" rad_exp = np.array([[30.4, 23.0], [15.6, -6.6]]) rad = self.fh.calibrate(data=self.counts, calibration="radiance") assert np.allclose(rad, rad_exp) # Case for no updated calibration available (older data) self.fh._header = { "block5": {"band_number": [5], "gain_count2rad_conversion": [self.def_cali[0]], "offset_count2rad_conversion": [self.def_cali[1]], "central_wave_length": [10.4073], }, "calibration": {"coeff_rad2albedo_conversion": [0.0019255], "speed_of_light": [299792458.0], "planck_constant": [6.62606957e-34], "boltzmann_constant": [1.3806488e-23], "c0_rad2tb_conversion": [-0.116127314574], "c1_rad2tb_conversion": [1.00099153832], "c2_rad2tb_conversion": [-1.76961091571e-06], "cali_gain_count2rad_conversion": [self.bad_cali[0]], "cali_offset_count2rad_conversion": [self.bad_cali[1]]}, } rad = self.fh.calibrate(data=self.counts, calibration="radiance") rad_exp = np.array([[15.2, 11.5], [7.8, -3.3]]) assert np.allclose(rad, rad_exp)
[docs] def test_user_calibration(self): """Test user-defined calibration modes.""" # This is for radiance correction self.fh.user_calibration = {"B13": {"slope": 0.95, "offset": -0.1}} self.fh.band_name = "B13" rad = self.fh.calibrate(data=self.counts, calibration="radiance") rad_np = rad.compute() assert rad.dtype == rad_np.dtype assert rad.dtype == np.float32 rad_exp = np.array([[16.10526316, 12.21052632], [8.31578947, -3.36842105]]) assert np.allclose(rad, rad_exp) # This is for DN calibration self.fh.user_calibration = {"B13": {"slope": -0.0032, "offset": 15.20}, "type": "DN"} self.fh.band_name = "B13" rad = self.fh.calibrate(data=self.counts, calibration="radiance") rad_np = rad.compute() assert rad.dtype == rad_np.dtype assert rad.dtype == np.float32 rad_exp = np.array([[15.2, 12.], [8.8, -0.8]]) assert np.allclose(rad, rad_exp)
[docs] @contextlib.contextmanager def _fake_hsd_handler(fh_kwargs=None): """Create a test file handler.""" m = mock.mock_open() with mock.patch("satpy.readers.ahi_hsd.np.fromfile", _custom_fromfile), \ mock.patch("satpy.readers.ahi_hsd.unzip_file", mock.MagicMock(side_effect=_new_unzip)), \ mock.patch("satpy.readers.ahi_hsd.open", m, create=True): in_fname = "test_file.bz2" fh = _create_fake_file_handler(in_fname, fh_kwargs=fh_kwargs) yield fh
[docs] def _custom_fromfile(*args, **kwargs): from satpy.readers.ahi_hsd import ( _BASIC_INFO_TYPE, _CAL_INFO_TYPE, _DATA_INFO_TYPE, _ERROR_INFO_TYPE, _ERROR_LINE_INFO_TYPE, _INTER_CALIBRATION_INFO_TYPE, _IRCAL_INFO_TYPE, _NAV_INFO_TYPE, _NAVIGATION_CORRECTION_INFO_TYPE, _NAVIGATION_CORRECTION_SUBINFO_TYPE, _OBSERVATION_LINE_TIME_INFO_TYPE, _OBSERVATION_TIME_INFO_TYPE, _PROJ_INFO_TYPE, _SEGMENT_INFO_TYPE, _SPARE_TYPE, _VISCAL_INFO_TYPE, ) dtype = kwargs.get("dtype") fake_info_map = { _BASIC_INFO_TYPE: FAKE_BASIC_INFO, _DATA_INFO_TYPE: FAKE_DATA_INFO, _NAV_INFO_TYPE: FAKE_NAV_INFO, _PROJ_INFO_TYPE: FAKE_PROJ_INFO, _CAL_INFO_TYPE: FAKE_CAL_INFO, _VISCAL_INFO_TYPE: FAKE_IRVISCAL_INFO, _IRCAL_INFO_TYPE: FAKE_IRVISCAL_INFO, _INTER_CALIBRATION_INFO_TYPE: FAKE_INTERCAL_INFO, _SEGMENT_INFO_TYPE: FAKE_SEGMENT_INFO, _NAVIGATION_CORRECTION_INFO_TYPE: FAKE_NAVCORR_INFO, _NAVIGATION_CORRECTION_SUBINFO_TYPE: FAKE_NAVCORR_SUBINFO, _OBSERVATION_TIME_INFO_TYPE: FAKE_OBS_TIME_INFO, _OBSERVATION_LINE_TIME_INFO_TYPE: FAKE_OBS_LINETIME_INFO, _ERROR_INFO_TYPE: FAKE_ERROR_INFO, _ERROR_LINE_INFO_TYPE: FAKE_ERROR_LINE_INFO, _SPARE_TYPE: FAKE_SPARE_INFO, } info_dict = fake_info_map[dtype] fake_arr = np.zeros((1,), dtype=dtype) for key, value in info_dict.items(): fake_arr[key] = value return fake_arr
[docs] def _create_fake_file_handler(in_fname, filename_info=None, filetype_info=None, fh_kwargs=None): if filename_info is None: filename_info = {"segment": 8, "total_segments": 10} if filetype_info is None: filetype_info = {"file_type": "hsd_b01"} if fh_kwargs is None: fh_kwargs = {} fh = AHIHSDFileHandler(in_fname, filename_info, filetype_info, **fh_kwargs) # Check that the filename is altered and 2 digit segment prefix added for bz2 format files assert in_fname != fh.filename assert str(filename_info["segment"]).zfill(2) == fh.filename[0:2] return fh
[docs] class TestNominalTimeCalculator: """Test case for nominal timestamp computation."""
[docs] @pytest.mark.parametrize( ("timeline", "expected"), [ ("0300", dt.datetime(2020, 1, 1, 3, 0, 0)), ("65526", dt.datetime(2020, 1, 1, 12, 0, 0)) ] ) def test_invalid_timeline(self, timeline, expected): """Test handling of invalid timeline.""" calc = _NominalTimeCalculator(timeline, "FLDK") res = calc.get_nominal_start_time(dt.datetime(2020, 1, 1, 12, 0, 0)) assert res == expected
[docs] @pytest.mark.parametrize( ("area", "expected"), [ ( "JP01", {"tstart": dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 0, 0), "tend": dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 2, 30)} ), ( "JP04", {"tstart": dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 7, 30, 0), "tend": dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 10, 0, 0)} ), ( "R301", {"tstart": dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 0, 0), "tend": dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 2, 30)} ), ( "R304", {"tstart": dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 7, 30, 0), "tend": dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 10, 0, 0)} ), ( "R401", {"tstart": dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 0, 0), "tend": dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 0, 30)} ), ( "R420", {"tstart": dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 9, 30, 0), "tend": dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 10, 0, 0)} ), ( "R501", {"tstart": dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 0, 0), "tend": dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 0, 30)} ), ( "R520", {"tstart": dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 9, 30, 0), "tend": dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 10, 0, 0)} ), ] ) def test_areas(self, area, expected): """Test nominal timestamps for multiple areas.""" obs_start_time = dt.datetime(2018, 10, 22, 3, 0, 20, 596896) calc = _NominalTimeCalculator("0300", area) nom_start_time = calc.get_nominal_start_time(obs_start_time) nom_end_time = calc.get_nominal_end_time(nom_start_time) assert nom_start_time == expected["tstart"] assert nom_end_time == expected["tend"]
[docs] @pytest.mark.parametrize( ("timeline", "obs_start_time", "expected"), [ ( "2350", dt.datetime(2022, 12, 31, 23, 50, 1), {"tstart": dt.datetime(2022, 12, 31, 23, 50, 0), "tend": dt.datetime(2023, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0)} ), ( "2350", dt.datetime(2022, 12, 31, 23, 49, 59), {"tstart": dt.datetime(2022, 12, 31, 23, 50, 0), "tend": dt.datetime(2023, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0)} ), ( "0000", dt.datetime(2023, 1, 1, 0, 0, 1), {"tstart": dt.datetime(2023, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0), "tend": dt.datetime(2023, 1, 1, 0, 10, 0)} ), ( "0000", dt.datetime(2022, 12, 31, 23, 59, 59), {"tstart": dt.datetime(2023, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0), "tend": dt.datetime(2023, 1, 1, 0, 10, 0)} ), ] ) def test_timelines(self, timeline, obs_start_time, expected): """Test nominal timestamps for multiple timelines.""" calc = _NominalTimeCalculator(timeline, "FLDK") nom_start_time = calc.get_nominal_start_time(obs_start_time) nom_end_time = calc.get_nominal_end_time(nom_start_time) assert nom_start_time == expected["tstart"] assert nom_end_time == expected["tend"]