Source code for satpy.tests.reader_tests.test_vaisala_gld360

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"""Unittesting the Vaisala GLD360 reader."""

import unittest
from io import StringIO

import numpy as np

from satpy.readers.vaisala_gld360 import VaisalaGLD360TextFileHandler
from satpy.tests.utils import make_dataid


[docs]class TestVaisalaGLD360TextFileHandler(unittest.TestCase): """Test the VaisalaGLD360TextFileHandler."""
[docs] def test_vaisala_gld360(self): """Test basic functionality for vaisala file handler.""" expected_power = np.array([12.3, 13.2, -31.]) expected_lat = np.array([30.5342, -0.5727, 12.1529]) expected_lon = np.array([-90.1152, 104.0688, -10.8756]) expected_time = np.array(['2017-06-20T00:00:00.007178000', '2017-06-20T00:00:00.020162000', '2017-06-20T00:00:00.023183000'], dtype='datetime64[ns]') filename = StringIO( u'2017-06-20 00:00:00.007178 30.5342 -90.1152 12.3 kA\n' '2017-06-20 00:00:00.020162 -0.5727 104.0688 13.2 kA\n' '2017-06-20 00:00:00.023183 12.1529 -10.8756 -31.0 kA' ) filename_info = {} filetype_info = {} self.handler = VaisalaGLD360TextFileHandler( filename, filename_info, filetype_info ) filename.close() # test power dataset_id = make_dataid(name='power') dataset_info = {'units': 'kA'} result = self.handler.get_dataset(dataset_id, dataset_info).values np.testing.assert_allclose(result, expected_power, rtol=1e-05) # test lat dataset_id = make_dataid(name='latitude') dataset_info = {} result = self.handler.get_dataset(dataset_id, dataset_info).values np.testing.assert_allclose(result, expected_lat, rtol=1e-05) # test lon dataset_id = make_dataid(name='longitude') dataset_info = {} result = self.handler.get_dataset(dataset_id, dataset_info).values np.testing.assert_allclose(result, expected_lon, rtol=1e-05) # test time dataset_id = make_dataid(name='time') dataset_info = {} result = self.handler.get_dataset(dataset_id, dataset_info).values np.testing.assert_array_equal(result, expected_time)