Source code for isochrones.starmodel

from __future__ import print_function, division

import os, os.path, sys, re, glob
import itertools
from copy import deepcopy
import logging
import json

from .config import on_rtd

if not on_rtd:
    import numpy as np
    import pandas as pd

    import numpy.random as rand
    from scipy.stats import gaussian_kde
    import scipy
    import emcee
    import corner

        import pymultinest
    except ImportError:
        logging.warning('PyMultiNest not imported.  MultiNest fits will not work.')

    import configobj
    from astropy.coordinates import SkyCoord

    except NameError:
        basestring = str

from .utils import addmags
from .observation import ObservationTree, Observation, Source
from .priors import age_prior, distance_prior, AV_prior, q_prior
from .priors import salpeter_prior, feh_prior
from .isochrone import get_ichrone, Isochrone

def _parse_config_value(v):
        val = float(v)
            val = [float(x) for x in v]
            val = v
    #print('{} becomes {}, type={}'.format(v,val,type(val)))
    return val

[docs]class StarModel(object): """ :param ic: :class:`Isochrone` object used to model star. :param obs: (optional) :class:`ObservationTree` object containing photometry information. If not provided, then one will be constructed from the provided keyword arguments (which must include at least one photometric bandpass). This should only happen in the simplest case of a single star system---if multiple stars are detected in any of the observations being used, an :class:`ObservationTree` should be passed. If `obs` is a string, then it is assumed to be a filename of an obs summary DataFrame. :param N: Number of model stars to assign to each "leaf node" of the :class:`ObservationTree`. If you want to model a binary star, provide ``N=2``. :param **kwargs: Keyword arguments must be properties of given isochrone, e.g., logg, feh, Teff, and/or magnitudes. The values represent measurements of the star, and must be in (value,error) format. All such keyword arguments will be held in ````. ``parallax`` is also a valid property, and should be provided in miliarcseconds, as is ``density`` [g/cc], and ``nu_max`` and ``delta_nu`` (asteroseismic parameters in uHz.) """ # These are allowable parameters that are not photometric bands _not_a_band = ('RA','dec','ra','Dec','maxAV','parallax', 'logg','Teff','feh','density', 'separation', 'PA','resolution','relative','N','index', 'id') _default_name = 'single' def __init__(self, ic, obs=None, N=1, index=0, name='', use_emcee=False, RA=None, dec=None, coords=None, **kwargs): = name if name else self._default_name if coords is None: if RA is not None and dec is not None: try: coords = SkyCoord(RA, dec) except: coords = SkyCoord(float(RA), float(dec), unit='deg') self.coords = coords self._ic = ic self.use_emcee = use_emcee # If obs is not provided, build it if obs is None: self._build_obs(**kwargs) self.obs.define_models(ic, N=N, index=index) self._add_properties(**kwargs) elif isinstance(obs, basestring): df = pd.read_csv(obs) obs = ObservationTree.from_df(df) obs.define_models(ic, N=N, index=index) self.obs = obs self._add_properties(**kwargs) else: self.obs = obs if len(self.obs.get_model_nodes())==0: self.obs.define_models(ic, N=N, index=index) self._add_properties(**kwargs) self._priors = {'mass':salpeter_prior, 'feh':feh_prior, 'q':q_prior, 'age':age_prior, 'distance':distance_prior, 'AV':AV_prior} self._bounds = {'mass':None, 'feh':None, 'age':None, 'q':q_prior.bounds, 'distance':distance_prior.bounds, 'AV':AV_prior.bounds} if 'maxAV' in kwargs: self.set_bounds(AV=(0, kwargs['maxAV'])) if 'max_distance' in kwargs: self.set_bounds(distance=(0, kwargs['max_distance'])) self._directory = '.' self._samples = None @property def directory(self): return self._directory @property def ic(self): if type(self._ic)==type: self._ic = self._ic() return self._ic @classmethod def _parse_band(cls, kw): """Returns photometric band from inifile keyword """ m ='([a-zA-Z0-9]+)(_\d+)?', kw) if m: if in cls._not_a_band: return None else: return @classmethod def get_bands(cls, inifile): bands = [] c = configobj.ConfigObj(inifile) for kw,v in c.items(): if type(v) is configobj.Section: for kw in v: b = cls._parse_band(kw) if b is not None: bands.append(b) else: b = cls._parse_band(kw) if b is not None: bands.append(b) return list(set(bands))
[docs] @classmethod def from_ini(cls, ic, folder='.', ini_file='star.ini', **kwargs): """ Initialize a StarModel from a .ini file The "classic" format (version <= 0.9) should still work for a single star, where all properties are just listed in the file; e.g., J = 10, 0.05 H = 9.5, 0.05 K = 9.0, 0.05 Teff = 5000, 150 If there are multiple stars observed, you can either define them in the ini file, or use the `obsfile` keyword, pointing to a file with the summarized photometric observations. In this case, spectroscopic/parallax info should still be included in the .ini file; e.g., obsfile = obs.csv Teff = 5000, 150 The obsfile should be a comma-separated table with the following columns: `[name, band, resolution, mag, e_mag, separation, pa, relative]`. * `name` is the name of instrument * `band` is the photometric bandpass * `resolution` is the approximate spatial resolution of instrument * `mag`, `e_mag` describe magnitude of source (absolute or relative) * `separation`, `pa` describe position of source * `relative`: single-bit flag; if 1 then magnitudes taken with this instrument are assumed to be relative rather than absolute. If an obsfile is not provided, you can also define all the same information in the ini file, following these rules: * Every instrument/survey gets its own [section]. Sections are only created for different photometric observations. * if photometry relates to *all* stars in aperture, there is no extra info in the section, just the photometry. In this case, it is also assumed that the photometry is absolute. (`relative=False`) * If 'resolution' is an attribute under a particular survey section (and 'relative' is not explicitly stated), then the survey is assumed to have relative photometry, and to be listing information about companion stars. In this case, there must be "separation" and "PA" included for each companion. If there is more than one companion star, they must be identifed by tag, e.g., separation_1, PA_1, Ks_1, J_1, etc. The tag can be anything alphanumeric, but it must be consistent within a particular section (instrument). If there is no tag, there is assumed to be only one companion detected. * If there are no sections, then bands will be interpreted at face value and will all be assumed to apply to all stars modeled. * Default is to model each star in the highest-resolution observation as a single star, at the same distance/age/feh/AV. The `N` and `index` parameters may also be provided, to specify the relations between the model stars. If these are not provided, then `N` will default to `1` (one model star per star observed in highest-resolution observation) and `index` will default to all `0` (all stars physically associated). """ if not os.path.isabs(ini_file): ini_file = os.path.join(folder,ini_file) bands = cls.get_bands(ini_file) if not isinstance(ic, Isochrone): ic = get_ichrone(ic, bands) logging.debug('Initializing StarModel from {}'.format(ini_file)) c = configobj.ConfigObj(ini_file) RA = c.get('RA') dec = c.get('dec') maxAV = c.get('maxAV') if len(c.sections) == 0: for k in c: kwargs[k] = _parse_config_value(c[k]) obs = None else: columns = ['name', 'band', 'resolution', 'relative', 'separation', 'pa', 'mag', 'e_mag'] df = pd.DataFrame(columns=columns) i = 0 for k in c: if type(c[k]) != configobj.Section: kwargs[k] = _parse_config_value(c[k]) else: instrument = k # Set values of 'resolution' and 'relative' if 'resolution' in c[k]: resolution = float(c[k]['resolution']) relative = True else: resolution = 4.0 #default relative = False # Overwrite value of 'relative' if it is explicitly set if 'relative' in c[k]: relative = c[k]['relative']=='True' # Check if there are multiple stars (defined by whether # any separations are listed). # While we're at it, keep track of tags if they exist, # and pull out the names of the bands. multiple = False tags = [] bands = [] for label in c[k]: m ='separation(_\w+)?', label) if m: multiple = True if is not None: if not in tags: tags.append( elif'PA', label) or'id', label) or \ label in ['resolution', 'relative']: continue else: # At this point, this should be a photometric band m ='([a-zA-Z0-9]+)(_\w+)?', label) b = if b not in bands: bands.append(b) # If a blank tags needs to be created, do so if len(bands) > 0 and (len(tags)==0 or bands[0] in c[k]): tags.append('') # For each band and each star, create a row for b in bands: for tag in tags: if '{}{}'.format(b, tag) not in c[k]: continue row = {} row['name'] = instrument row['band'] = b row['resolution'] = resolution row['relative'] = relative if 'separation{}'.format(tag) in c[k]: row['separation'] = c[k]['separation{}'.format(tag)] row['pa'] = c[k]['PA{}'.format(tag)] else: row['separation'] = 0. row['pa'] = 0. mag, e_mag = c[k]['{}{}'.format(b,tag)] row['mag'] = float(mag) row['e_mag'] = float(e_mag) if not np.isnan(row['mag']) and not np.isnan(row['e_mag']): df = df.append(pd.DataFrame(row, index=[i])) i += 1 # put the reference star in w/ mag=0 if relative: row = {} row['name'] = instrument row['band'] = b row['resolution'] = resolution row['relative'] = relative row['separation'] = 0. row['pa'] = 0. row['mag'] = 0. row['e_mag'] = 0.01 df = df.append(pd.DataFrame(row, index=[i])) i += 1 obs = ObservationTree.from_df(df) if 'obsfile' in c: obs = c['obsfile'] logging.debug('Obs is {}'.format(obs)) if 'name' not in kwargs: kwargs['name'] = os.path.basename(folder) new = StarModel(ic, obs=obs, **kwargs) new._directory = os.path.abspath(folder) return new
[docs] def print_ascii(self): """Prints an ascii representation of the observation tree structure. """ return self.obs.print_ascii()
def bounds(self, prop): if self._bounds[prop] is not None: return self._bounds[prop] elif prop=='mass': lo, hi = (self.ic.minmass, self.ic.maxmass) self._bounds['mass'] = (lo, hi) self._priors['mass'].bounds = (lo, hi) elif prop=='feh': lo, hi = (self.ic.minfeh, self.ic.maxfeh) self._bounds['feh'] = (lo, hi) self._priors['feh'].bounds = (lo, hi) elif prop=='age': lo, hi = (self.ic.minage, self.ic.maxage) self._bounds['age'] = (lo, hi) self._priors['age'].bounds = (lo, hi) self._bounds['age'] = (self.ic.minage, self.ic.maxage) else: raise ValueError('Unknown property {}'.format(prop)) return self._bounds[prop] def set_bounds(self, **kwargs): for k,v in kwargs.items(): if len(v) != 2: raise ValueError('Must provide (min, max)') self._bounds[k] = v self._priors[k].bounds = v def _build_obs(self, **kwargs): """ Builds ObservationTree out of keyword arguments Ignores anything that is not a photometric bandpass. This should not be used if there are multiple stars observed. Creates self.obs """ logging.debug('Building ObservationTree...') tree = ObservationTree() for k,v in kwargs.items(): if k in self.ic.bands: if np.size(v) != 2: logging.warning('{}={} ignored.'.format(k,v)) # continue v = [v, np.nan] o = Observation('', k, 99) #bogus resolution=99 s = Source(v[0], v[1]) o.add_source(s) logging.debug('Adding {} ({})'.format(s,o)) tree.add_observation(o) self.obs = tree def _add_properties(self, **kwargs): """ Adds non-photometry properties to ObservationTree """ for k,v in kwargs.items(): if k=='parallax': self.obs.add_parallax(v) elif k in ['Teff', 'logg', 'feh', 'density']: par = {k:v} self.obs.add_spectroscopy(**par) elif'_', k): m ='^(\w+)_(\w+)$', k) prop = tag = self.obs.add_spectroscopy(**{prop:v, 'label':'0_{}'.format(tag)}) @property def param_description(self): return self.obs.param_description @property def param_names(self): return self.param_description @property def mags(self): return { : n.value[0] for n in self.obs.get_obs_nodes()} def lnpost(self, p, **kwargs): lnpr = self.lnprior(p) if not np.isfinite(lnpr): return lnpr return lnpr + self.lnlike(p, **kwargs) def lnlike(self, p, **kwargs): lnl = self.obs.lnlike(p, **kwargs) return lnl def lnprior(self, p): N = self.obs.Nstars i = 0 lnp = 0 for s in age, feh, dist, AV = p[i+N[s]:i+N[s]+4] for prop, val in zip(['age','feh','distance','AV'], [age, feh, dist, AV]): lo,hi = self.bounds(prop) if val < lo or val > hi: return -np.inf lnp += np.log(self.prior(prop, val)) if not np.isfinite(lnp): logging.debug('lnp=-inf for {}={} (system {})'.format(prop,val,s)) return -np.inf # Note: this is just assuming proper order. # Is this OK? Should keep eye out for bugs here. masses = p[i:i+N[s]] # Mass prior for primary lnp += np.log(self.prior('mass', masses[0])) if not np.isfinite(lnp): logging.debug('lnp=-inf for mass={} (system {})'.format(masses[0],s)) # Priors for mass ratios for j in range(N[s]-1): q = masses[j+1]/masses[0] qmin, qmax = self.bounds('q') ## The following would enforce MA > MB > MC, but seems to make things very slow: #if j+1 > 1: # qmax = masses[j] / masses[0] lnp += np.log(self.prior('q', q)) if not np.isfinite(lnp): logging.debug('lnp=-inf for q={} (system {})'.format(q,s)) return -np.inf i += N[s] + 4 return lnp def prior(self, prop, val, **kwargs): return self._priors[prop](val, **kwargs) @property def n_params(self): tot = 0 for _,n in self.obs.Nstars.items(): tot += 4+n return tot def mnest_prior(self, cube, ndim, nparams): i = 0 for _,n in self.obs.Nstars.items(): minmass, maxmass = self.bounds('mass') for j in range(n): cube[i+j] = (maxmass - minmass)*cube[i+j] + minmass for j, par in enumerate(['age','feh','distance','AV']): lo, hi = self.bounds(par) cube[i+n+j] = (hi - lo)*cube[i+n+j] + lo i += 4 + n
[docs] def mnest_loglike(self, cube, ndim, nparams): """loglikelihood function for multinest """ return self.lnpost(cube)
@property def labelstring(self): return '--'.join(['-'.join([n.label for n in l.children]) for l in self.obs.get_obs_leaves()]) def fit(self, **kwargs): if self.use_emcee: return self.fit_mcmc(**kwargs) else: return self.fit_multinest(**kwargs) @property def mnest_basename(self): """Full path to basename """ if not hasattr(self, '_mnest_basename'): s = self.labelstring if s=='0_0': s = 'single' elif s=='0_0-0_1': s = 'binary' elif s=='0_0-0_1-0_2': s = 'triple' s = '{}-{}'.format(, s) self._mnest_basename = os.path.join('chains', s+'-') if os.path.isabs(self._mnest_basename): return self._mnest_basename else: return os.path.join(, self._mnest_basename) @mnest_basename.setter def mnest_basename(self, basename): if os.path.isabs(basename): self._mnest_basename = basename else: self._mnest_basename = os.path.join('chains', basename) def lnpost_polychord(self, theta): phi = [0.0] #nDerived return self.lnpost(theta), phi def fit_polychord(self, basename, verbose=False, **kwargs): from .config import POLYCHORD sys.path.append(POLYCHORD) import PyPolyChord.PyPolyChord as PolyChord return PolyChord.run_nested_sampling(self.lnpost_polychord, self.n_params, 0, file_root=basename, **kwargs)
[docs] def fit_multinest(self, n_live_points=1000, basename=None, verbose=True, refit=False, overwrite=False, test=False, **kwargs): """ Fits model using MultiNest, via pymultinest. :param n_live_points: Number of live points to use for MultiNest fit. :param basename: Where the MulitNest-generated files will live. By default this will be in a folder named `chains` in the current working directory. Calling this will define a `_mnest_basename` attribute for this object. :param verbose: Whether you want MultiNest to talk to you. :param refit, overwrite: Set either of these to true if you want to delete the MultiNest files associated with the given basename and start over. :param **kwargs: Additional keyword arguments will be passed to :func:``. """ if basename is not None: #Should this even be allowed? self.mnest_basename = basename basename = self.mnest_basename if verbose:'MultiNest basename: {}'.format(basename)) folder = os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(basename)) if not os.path.exists(folder): os.makedirs(folder) #If previous fit exists, see if it's using the same # observed properties prop_nomatch = False propfile = '{}properties.json'.format(basename) """ if os.path.exists(propfile): with open(propfile) as f: props = json.load(f) if set(props.keys()) != set( prop_nomatch = True else: for k,v in props.items(): if np.size(v)==2: if not[k][0] == v[0] and \[k][1] == v[1]: props_nomatch = True else: if not[k] == v: props_nomatch = True if prop_nomatch and not overwrite: raise ValueError('Properties not same as saved chains ' + '(basename {}*). '.format(basename) + 'Use overwrite=True to fit.') """ if refit or overwrite: files = glob.glob('{}*'.format(basename)) [os.remove(f) for f in files] short_basename = self._mnest_basename mnest_kwargs = dict(n_live_points=n_live_points, outputfiles_basename=short_basename, verbose=verbose) for k,v in kwargs.items(): mnest_kwargs[k] = v if test: print(' with the following kwargs: {}'.format(mnest_kwargs)) else: wd = os.getcwd() os.chdir(os.path.join(folder, '..')), self.mnest_prior, self.n_params, **mnest_kwargs) os.chdir(wd) #with open(propfile, 'w') as f: # json.dump(, f, indent=2) self._make_samples()
@property def mnest_analyzer(self): """ PyMultiNest Analyzer object associated with fit. See PyMultiNest documentation for more. """ return pymultinest.Analyzer(self.n_params, self.mnest_basename) @property def evidence(self): """ Log(evidence) from multinest fit """ s = self.mnest_analyzer.get_stats() return (s['global evidence'],s['global evidence error'])
[docs] def maxlike(self, p0, **kwargs): """ Finds (local) optimum in parameter space. """ def fn(p): return -self.lnpost(p) if 'method' not in kwargs: kwargs['method'] = 'Nelder-Mead' p0 = [0.8, 9.5, 0.0, 200, 0.2] fit = scipy.optimize.minimize(fn, p0, **kwargs) return fit
def sample_from_prior(self, n): return self.emcee_p0(n) def emcee_p0(self, nwalkers): def sample_row(nstars, n=nwalkers): p = [] m0 = self._priors['mass'].sample(n) age0 = self._priors['age'].sample(n) feh0 = self._priors['feh'].sample(n) d0 = self._priors['distance'].sample(n) AV0 = self._priors['AV'].sample(n) for i in range(nstars): p += [m0 * 0.95**i] p += [age0, feh0, d0, AV0] return p p0 = [] for _,n in self.obs.Nstars.items(): p0 += sample_row(n) p0 = np.array(p0).T nbad = 1 while True: ibad = [] for i, p in enumerate(p0): if not np.isfinite(self.lnpost(p)): ibad.append(i) nbad = len(ibad) if nbad == 0: break pnew = [] for _, n in self.obs.Nstars.items(): pnew += sample_row(n, n=nbad) pnew = np.array(pnew).T p0[ibad, :] = pnew return p0
[docs] def fit_mcmc(self,nwalkers=300,nburn=200,niter=100, p0=None,initial_burn=None, ninitial=50, loglike_kwargs=None, **kwargs): """Fits stellar model using MCMC. :param nwalkers: (optional) Number of walkers to pass to :class:`emcee.EnsembleSampler`. Default is 200. :param nburn: (optional) Number of iterations for "burn-in." Default is 100. :param niter: (optional) Number of for-keeps iterations for MCMC chain. Default is 200. :param p0: (optional) Initial parameters for emcee. If not provided, then chains will behave according to whether inital_burn is set. :param initial_burn: (optional) If `True`, then initialize walkers first with a random initialization, then cull the walkers, keeping only those with > 15% acceptance rate, then reinitialize sampling. If `False`, then just do normal burn-in. Default is `None`, which will be set to `True` if fitting for distance (i.e., if there are apparent magnitudes as properties of the model), and `False` if not. :param ninitial: (optional) Number of iterations to test walkers for acceptance rate before re-initializing. :param loglike_args: Any arguments to pass to :func:`StarModel.loglike`, such as what priors to use. :param **kwargs: Additional keyword arguments passed to :class:`emcee.EnsembleSampler` constructor. :return: :class:`emcee.EnsembleSampler` object. """ #clear any saved _samples if self._samples is not None: self._samples = None npars = self.n_params if p0 is None: p0 = self.emcee_p0(nwalkers) if initial_burn: sampler = emcee.EnsembleSampler(nwalkers,npars,self.lnpost, **kwargs) #ninitial = 300 #should this be parameter? pos, prob, state = sampler.run_mcmc(p0, ninitial) # Choose walker with highest final lnprob to seed new one i,j = np.unravel_index(sampler.lnprobability.argmax(), sampler.shape) p0_best = sampler.chain[i,j,:] print("After initial burn, p0={}".format(p0_best)) p0 = p0_best * (1 + rand.normal(size=p0.shape)*0.001) print(p0) else: p0 = np.array(p0) p0 = rand.normal(size=(nwalkers,npars))*0.01 + p0.T[None,:] sampler = emcee.EnsembleSampler(nwalkers,npars,self.lnpost) pos, prob, state = sampler.run_mcmc(p0, nburn) sampler.reset() sampler.run_mcmc(pos, niter, rstate0=state) self._sampler = sampler return sampler
@property def sampler(self): """ Sampler object from MCMC run. """ if hasattr(self,'_sampler'): return self._sampler else: raise AttributeError('MCMC must be run to access sampler') def _make_samples(self): if not self.use_emcee: filename = '{}post_equal_weights.dat'.format(self.mnest_basename) try: chain = np.loadtxt(filename) try: lnprob = chain[:,-1] chain = chain[:,:-1] except IndexError: lnprob = np.array([chain[-1]]) chain = np.array([chain[:-1]]) except: logging.error('Error loading chains from {}'.format(filename)) raise else: #select out only walkers with > 0.15 acceptance fraction ok = self.sampler.acceptance_fraction > 0.15 chain = self.sampler.chain[ok,:,:] chain = chain.reshape((chain.shape[0]*chain.shape[1], chain.shape[2])) lnprob = self.sampler.lnprobability[ok, :].ravel() df = pd.DataFrame() i=0 for s,n in self.obs.Nstars.items(): age = chain[:,i+n] feh = chain[:,i+n+1] distance = chain[:,i+n+2] AV = chain[:,i+n+3] for j in range(n): mass = chain[:,i+j] d = self.ic(mass, age, feh, distance=distance, AV=AV) for c in d.columns: df[c+'_{}_{}'.format(s,j)] = d[c] df['age_{}'.format(s)] = age df['feh_{}'.format(s)] = feh df['distance_{}'.format(s)] = distance df['AV_{}'.format(s)] = AV i += 4 + n for b in self.ic.bands: tot = np.inf for s,n in self.obs.Nstars.items(): for j in range(n): tot = addmags(tot,df[b + '_mag_{}_{}'.format(s,j)]) df[b + '_mag'] = tot df['lnprob'] = lnprob self._samples = df.copy() @property def samples(self): """Dataframe with samples drawn from isochrone according to posterior Columns include both the sampling parameters from the MCMC fit (mass, age, Fe/H, [distance, A_V]), and also evaluation of the :class:`Isochrone` at each of these sample points---this is how chains of physical/observable parameters get produced. """ if not hasattr(self,'sampler') and self._samples is None: raise AttributeError('Must run MCMC (or load from file) '+ 'before accessing samples') if self._samples is not None: df = self._samples else: self._make_samples() df = self._samples return df
[docs] def random_samples(self, n): """ Returns a random sampling of given size from the existing samples. :param n: Number of samples :return: :class:`pandas.DataFrame` of length ``n`` with random samples. """ samples = self.samples inds = rand.randint(len(samples),size=int(n)) newsamples = samples.iloc[inds] newsamples.reset_index(inplace=True) return newsamples
def triangle(self, *args, **kwargs): return self.corner(*args, **kwargs) def corner(self, params, query=None, **kwargs): df = self.samples if query is not None: df = df.query(query) priors = [] for p in params: if re.match('mass', p): priors.append(lambda x: self.prior('mass', x, bounds=self.bounds('mass'))) elif re.match('age', p): priors.append(lambda x: self.prior('age', x, bounds=self.bounds('age'))) elif re.match('feh', p): priors.append(lambda x: self.prior('feh', x, bounds=self.bounds('feh'))) elif re.match('distance', p): priors.append(lambda x: self.prior('distance', x, bounds=self.bounds('distance'))) elif re.match('AV', p): priors.append(lambda x: self.prior('AV', x, bounds=self.bounds('AV'))) else: priors.append(None) try: fig = corner.corner(df[params], labels=params, priors=priors, **kwargs) except: logging.warning("Use Tim's version of corner to plot priors.") fig = corner.corner(df[params], labels=params, **kwargs) fig.suptitle(, fontsize=22) return fig def triangle_physical(self, *args, **kwargs): return self.corner_physical(*args, **kwargs) def corner_plots(self, basename, **kwargs): fig1, fig2 = self.corner_physical(**kwargs), self.corner_observed(**kwargs) fig1.savefig(basename + '_physical.png') fig2.savefig(basename + '_observed.png') return fig1, fig2 def triangle_plots(self, *args, **kwargs): return self.corner_plots(*args, **kwargs) def corner_physical(self, props=['mass','radius','feh','age','distance','AV'], **kwargs): collective_props = ['feh','age','distance','AV'] indiv_props = [p for p in props if p not in collective_props] sys_props = [p for p in props if p in collective_props] props = ['{}_{}'.format(p,l) for p in indiv_props for l in self.obs.leaf_labels] props += ['{}_{}'.format(p,s) for p in sys_props for s in] if 'range' not in kwargs: rng = [0.995 for p in props] return self.corner(props, range=rng, **kwargs) def mag_plot(self, *args, **kwargs): pass
[docs] def corner_observed(self, **kwargs): """Makes corner plot for each observed node magnitude """ tot_mags = [] names = [] truths = [] rng = [] for n in self.obs.get_obs_nodes(): labels = [l.label for l in n.get_model_nodes()] band = mags = [self.samples['{}_mag_{}'.format(band, l)] for l in labels] tot_mag = addmags(*mags) if n.relative: name = '{} $\Delta${}'.format(n.instrument, ref = n.reference if ref is None: continue ref_labels = [l.label for l in ref.get_model_nodes()] ref_mags = [self.samples['{}_mag_{}'.format(band, l)] for l in ref_labels] tot_ref_mag = addmags(*ref_mags) tot_mags.append(tot_mag - tot_ref_mag) truths.append(n.value[0] - ref.value[0]) else: name = '{} {}'.format(n.instrument, tot_mags.append(tot_mag) truths.append(n.value[0]) names.append(name) rng.append((min(truths[-1], np.percentile(tot_mags[-1],0.5)), max(truths[-1], np.percentile(tot_mags[-1],99.5)))) tot_mags = np.array(tot_mags).T return corner.corner(tot_mags, labels=names, truths=truths, range=rng, **kwargs)
[docs] def save_hdf(self, filename, path='', overwrite=False, append=False): """Saves object data to HDF file (only works if MCMC is run) Samples are saved to /samples location under given path, :class:`ObservationTree` is saved to /obs location under given path. :param filename: Name of file to save to. Should be .h5 file. :param path: (optional) Path within HDF file structure to save to. :param overwrite: (optional) If ``True``, delete any existing file by the same name before writing. :param append: (optional) If ``True``, then if a file exists, then just the path within the file will be updated. """ if os.path.exists(filename): with pd.HDFStore(filename) as store: if path in store: if overwrite: os.remove(filename) elif not append: raise IOError('{} in {} exists. Set either overwrite or append option.'.format(path,filename)) if self.samples is not None: self.samples.to_hdf(filename, path+'/samples') else: pd.DataFrame().to_hdf(filename, path+'/samples') self.obs.save_hdf(filename, path+'/obs', append=True) with pd.HDFStore(filename) as store: # store = pd.HDFStore(filename) attrs = store.get_storer('{}/samples'.format(path)).attrs attrs.ic_type = type(self.ic) attrs.ic_bands = list(self.ic.bands) attrs.use_emcee = self.use_emcee if hasattr(self, '_mnest_basename'): attrs._mnest_basename = self._mnest_basename attrs._bounds = self._bounds attrs._priors = self._priors = store.close()
[docs] @classmethod def load_hdf(cls, filename, path='', name=None): """ A class method to load a saved StarModel from an HDF5 file. File must have been created by a call to :func:`StarModel.save_hdf`. :param filename: H5 file to load. :param path: (optional) Path within HDF file. :return: :class:`StarModel` object. """ if not os.path.exists(filename): raise IOError('{} does not exist.'.format(filename)) store = pd.HDFStore(filename) try: samples = store[path+'/samples'] attrs = store.get_storer(path+'/samples').attrs except: store.close() raise try: ic = attrs.ic_type(attrs.ic_bands) except AttributeError: ic = attrs.ic_type use_emcee = attrs.use_emcee mnest = True try: basename = attrs._mnest_basename except AttributeError: mnest = False bounds = attrs._bounds priors = attrs._priors if name is None: try: name = except: name = '' store.close() obs = ObservationTree.load_hdf(filename, path+'/obs', ic=ic) mod = cls(ic, obs=obs, use_emcee=use_emcee, name=name) mod._samples = samples if mnest: mod._mnest_basename = basename mod._directory = os.path.dirname(filename) return mod
class BinaryStarModel(StarModel): _default_name = 'binary' def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): kwargs['N'] = 2 super(BinaryStarModel, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs) @classmethod def from_ini(cls, *args, **kwargs): kwargs['N'] = 2 return super(BinaryStarModel, cls).from_ini(*args, **kwargs) class TripleStarModel(StarModel): _default_name = 'triple' def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): kwargs['N'] = 3 super(TripleStarModel, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs) @classmethod def from_ini(cls, *args, **kwargs): kwargs['N'] = 3 return super(TripleStarModel, cls).from_ini(*args, **kwargs) class StarModelGroup(object): """A collection of StarModel objects with different model node specifications Pass a single StarModel, and model nodes will be cleared and replaced with different variants. """ def __init__(self, base_model, max_multiples=1, max_stars=2): self.base_model = deepcopy(base_model) self.base_model.obs.clear_models() self.max_multiples = max_multiples self.max_stars = max_stars self.models = [] for N, index in self.model_options: mod = deepcopy(self.base_model) mod.obs.define_models(self.ic, N=N, index=index) self.models.append(mod) @property def ic(self): return self.base_model.ic @property def N_stars(self): return len(self.base_model.obs.leaves) @property def N_options(self): return N_options(self.N_stars, max_multiples=self.max_multiples, max_stars=self.max_stars) @property def index_options(self): return index_options(self.N_stars) @property def model_options(self): return [(N, index) for N in self.N_options for index in self.index_options] ########## Utility functions ############### def N_options(N_stars, max_multiples=1, max_stars=2): return [N for N in itertools.product(np.arange(max_stars) + 1, repeat=N_stars) if (np.array(N)>1).sum() <= max_multiples] def index_options(N_stars): if N_stars==1: return [0] options = [] for ind in itertools.product(range(N_stars), repeat=N_stars): diffs = np.array(ind[1:]) - np.array(ind[:-1]) if ind[0]==0 and diffs.max()<=1: options.append(ind) return options