large_image.tilesource package

Submodules

large_image.tilesource.base module

class large_image.tilesource.base.FileTileSource(path: str | Path | Dict[Any, Any], *args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: TileSource

Initialize the tile class. See the base class for other available parameters.

Parameters:

path – a filesystem path for the tile source.

classmethod canRead(path: str | Path | Dict[Any, Any], *args, **kwargs) bool[source]

Check if we can read the input. This takes the same parameters as __init__.

Returns:

True if this class can read the input. False if it cannot.

static getLRUHash(*args, **kwargs) str[source]

Return a string hash used as a key in the recently-used cache for tile sources.

Returns:

a string hash value.

getState() str[source]

Return a string reflecting the state of the tile source. This is used as part of a cache key when hashing function return values.

Returns:

a string hash value of the source state.

class large_image.tilesource.base.TileSource(encoding: str = 'JPEG', jpegQuality: int = 95, jpegSubsampling: int = 0, tiffCompression: str = 'raw', edge: bool | str = False, style: str | Dict[str, int] | None = None, noCache: bool | None = None, *args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: IPyLeafletMixin

Initialize the tile class.

Parameters:
  • jpegQuality – when serving jpegs, use this quality.

  • jpegSubsampling – when serving jpegs, use this subsampling (0 is full chroma, 1 is half, 2 is quarter).

  • encoding – ‘JPEG’, ‘PNG’, ‘TIFF’, or ‘TILED’.

  • edge – False to leave edge tiles whole, True or ‘crop’ to crop edge tiles, otherwise, an #rrggbb color to fill edges.

  • tiffCompression – the compression format to use when encoding a TIFF.

  • style

    if None, use the default style for the file. Otherwise, this is a string with a json-encoded dictionary. The style can contain the following keys:

    band:

    if -1 or None, and if style is specified at all, the greyscale value is used. Otherwise, a 1-based numerical index into the channels of the image or a string that matches the interpretation of the band (‘red’, ‘green’, ‘blue’, ‘gray’, ‘alpha’). Note that ‘gray’ on an RGB or RGBA image will use the green band.

    frame:

    if specified, override the frame value for this band. When used as part of a bands list, this can be used to composite multiple frames together. It is most efficient if at least one band either doesn’t specify a frame parameter or specifies the same frame value as the primary query.

    framedelta:

    if specified and frame is not specified, override the frame value for this band by using the current frame plus this value.

    min:

    the value to map to the first palette value. Defaults to 0. ‘auto’ to use 0 if the reported minimum and maximum of the band are between [0, 255] or use the reported minimum otherwise. ‘min’ or ‘max’ to always uses the reported minimum or maximum. ‘full’ to always use 0.

    max:

    the value to map to the last palette value. Defaults to 255. ‘auto’ to use 0 if the reported minimum and maximum of the band are between [0, 255] or use the reported maximum otherwise. ‘min’ or ‘max’ to always uses the reported minimum or maximum. ‘full’ to use the maximum value of the base data type (either 1, 255, or 65535).

    palette:

    a single color string, a palette name, or a list of two or more color strings. Color strings are of the form #RRGGBB, #RRGGBBAA, #RGB, #RGBA, or any string parseable by the PIL modules, or, if it is installed, by matplotlib. A single color string is the same as the list [‘#000’, <color>]. Palette names are the name of a palettable palette or, if available, a matplotlib palette.

    nodata:

    the value to use for missing data. null or unset to not use a nodata value.

    composite:

    either ‘lighten’ or ‘multiply’. Defaults to ‘lighten’ for all except the alpha band.

    clamp:

    either True to clamp (also called clip or crop) values outside of the [min, max] to the ends of the palette or False to make outside values transparent.

    dtype:

    convert the results to the specified numpy dtype. Normally, if a style is applied, the results are intermediately a float numpy array with a value range of [0,255]. If this is ‘uint16’, it will be cast to that and multiplied by 65535/255. If ‘float’, it will be divided by 255. If ‘source’, this uses the dtype of the source image.

    axis:

    keep only the specified axis from the numpy intermediate results. This can be used to extract a single channel after compositing.

    Alternately, the style object can contain a single key of ‘bands’, which has a value which is a list of style dictionaries as above, excepting that each must have a band that is not -1. Bands are composited in the order listed. This base object may also contain the ‘dtype’ and ‘axis’ values.

  • noCache – if True, the style can be adjusted dynamically and the source is not elibible for caching. If there is no intention to reuse the source at a later time, this can have performance benefits, such as when first cataloging images that can be read.

property bandCount: int | None
classmethod canRead(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Check if we can read the input. This takes the same parameters as __init__.

Returns:

True if this class can read the input. False if it cannot.

convertRegionScale(sourceRegion: Dict[str, Any], sourceScale: Dict[str, float] | None = None, targetScale: Dict[str, float] | None = None, targetUnits: str | None = None, cropToImage: bool = True) Dict[str, Any][source]

Convert a region from one scale to another.

Parameters:
  • sourceRegion

    a dictionary of optional values which specify the part of an image to process.

    left:

    the left edge (inclusive) of the region to process.

    top:

    the top edge (inclusive) of the region to process.

    right:

    the right edge (exclusive) of the region to process.

    bottom:

    the bottom edge (exclusive) of the region to process.

    width:

    the width of the region to process.

    height:

    the height of the region to process.

    units:

    either ‘base_pixels’ (default), ‘pixels’, ‘mm’, or ‘fraction’. base_pixels are in maximum resolution pixels. pixels is in the specified magnification pixels. mm is in the specified magnification scale. fraction is a scale of 0 to 1. pixels and mm are only available if the magnification and mm per pixel are defined for the image.

  • sourceScale

    a dictionary of optional values which specify the scale of the source region. Required if the sourceRegion is in “mag_pixels” units.

    magnification:

    the magnification ratio.

    mm_x:

    the horizontal size of a pixel in millimeters.

    mm_y:

    the vertical size of a pixel in millimeters.

  • targetScale

    a dictionary of optional values which specify the scale of the target region. Required in targetUnits is in “mag_pixels” units.

    magnification:

    the magnification ratio.

    mm_x:

    the horizontal size of a pixel in millimeters.

    mm_y:

    the vertical size of a pixel in millimeters.

  • targetUnits – if not None, convert the region to these units. Otherwise, the units are will either be the sourceRegion units if those are not “mag_pixels” or base_pixels. If “mag_pixels”, the targetScale must be specified.

  • cropToImage – if True, don’t return region coordinates outside of the image.

property dtype: dtype
extensions: Dict[str | None, SourcePriority] = {None: SourcePriority.FALLBACK}
property frames: int

A property with the number of frames.

property geospatial: bool
getAssociatedImage(imageKey: str, *args, **kwargs) Tuple[ImageBytes, str] | None[source]

Return an associated image.

Parameters:
  • imageKey – the key of the associated image to retrieve.

  • kwargs – optional arguments. Some options are width, height, encoding, jpegQuality, jpegSubsampling, and tiffCompression.

Returns:

imageData, imageMime: the image data and the mime type, or None if the associated image doesn’t exist.

getAssociatedImagesList() List[str][source]

Return a list of associated images.

Returns:

the list of image keys.

getBandInformation(statistics: bool = False, **kwargs) Dict[int, Any][source]

Get information about each band in the image.

Parameters:

statistics – if True, compute statistics if they don’t already exist.

Returns:

a dictionary of one dictionary per band. Each dictionary contains known values such as interpretation, min, max, mean, stdev.

getBounds(*args, **kwargs) Dict[str, Any][source]
getCenter(*args, **kwargs) Tuple[float, float][source]

Returns (Y, X) center location.

getICCProfiles(idx: int | None = None, onlyInfo: bool = False) ImageCmsProfile | List[ImageCmsProfile | None] | None[source]

Get a list of all ICC profiles that are available for the source, or get a specific profile.

Parameters:
  • idx – a 0-based index into the profiles to get one profile, or None to get a list of all profiles.

  • onlyInfo – if idx is None and this is true, just return the profile information.

Returns:

either one or a list of PIL.ImageCms.CmsProfile objects, or None if no profiles are available. If a list, entries in the list may be None.

getInternalMetadata(**kwargs)[source]

Return additional known metadata about the tile source. Data returned from this method is not guaranteed to be in any particular format or have specific values.

Returns:

a dictionary of data or None.

static getLRUHash(*args, **kwargs) str[source]

Return a string hash used as a key in the recently-used cache for tile sources.

Returns:

a string hash value.

getLevelForMagnification(magnification: float | None = None, exact: bool = False, mm_x: float | None = None, mm_y: float | None = None, rounding: str | bool | None = 'round', **kwargs) int | float | None[source]

Get the level for a specific magnification or pixel size. If the magnification is unknown or no level is sufficient resolution, and an exact match is not requested, the highest level will be returned.

If none of magnification, mm_x, and mm_y are specified, the maximum level is returned. If more than one of these values is given, an average of those given will be used (exact will require all of them to match).

Parameters:
  • magnification – the magnification ratio.

  • exact – if True, only a level that matches exactly will be returned.

  • mm_x – the horizontal size of a pixel in millimeters.

  • mm_y – the vertical size of a pixel in millimeters.

  • rounding – if False, a fractional level may be returned. If ‘ceil’ or ‘round’, that function is used to convert the level to an integer (the exact flag still applies). If None, the level is not cropped to the actual image’s level range.

Returns:

the selected level or None for no match.

getMagnificationForLevel(level: float | None = None) Dict[str, float | None][source]

Get the magnification at a particular level.

Parameters:

level – None to use the maximum level, otherwise the level to get the magnification factor of.

Returns:

magnification, width of a pixel in mm, height of a pixel in mm.

getMetadata() JSONDict[source]

Return metadata about this tile source. This contains

levels:

number of tile levels in this image.

sizeX:

width of the image in pixels.

sizeY:

height of the image in pixels.

tileWidth:

width of a tile in pixels.

tileHeight:

height of a tile in pixels.

magnification:

if known, the magnificaiton of the image.

mm_x:

if known, the width of a pixel in millimeters.

mm_y:

if known, the height of a pixel in millimeters.

dtype:

if known, the type of values in this image.

In addition to the keys that listed above, tile sources that expose multiple frames will also contain

frames:

a list of frames. Each frame entry is a dictionary with

Frame:

a 0-values frame index (the location in the list)

Channel:

optional. The name of the channel, if known

IndexC:

optional if unique. A 0-based index into the channel list

IndexT:

optional if unique. A 0-based index for time values

IndexZ:

optional if unique. A 0-based index for z values

IndexXY:

optional if unique. A 0-based index for view (xy) values

Index<axis>:

optional if unique. A 0-based index for an arbitrary axis.

Index:

a 0-based index of non-channel unique sets. If the frames vary only by channel and are adjacent, they will have the same index.

IndexRange:

a dictionary of the number of unique index values from frames if greater than 1 (e.g., if an entry like IndexXY is not present, then all frames either do not have that value or have a value of 0).

IndexStride:

a dictionary of the spacing between frames where unique axes values change.

channels:

optional. If known, a list of channel names

channelmap:

optional. If known, a dictionary of channel names with their offset into the channel list.

Note that this does not include band information, though some tile sources may do so.

getNativeMagnification() Dict[str, float | None][source]

Get the magnification for the highest-resolution level.

Returns:

magnification, width of a pixel in mm, height of a pixel in mm.

getOneBandInformation(band: int) Dict[str, Any][source]

Get band information for a single band.

Parameters:

band – a 1-based band.

Returns:

a dictionary of band information. See getBandInformation.

getPixel(includeTileRecord: bool = False, **kwargs) JSONDict[source]

Get a single pixel from the current tile source.

Parameters:
  • includeTileRecord – if True, include the tile used for computing the pixel in the response.

  • kwargs – optional arguments. Some options are region, output, encoding, jpegQuality, jpegSubsampling, tiffCompression, fill. See tileIterator.

Returns:

a dictionary with the value of the pixel for each channel on a scale of [0-255], including alpha, if available. This may contain additional information.

getPointAtAnotherScale(point: Tuple[float, float], sourceScale: Dict[str, float] | None = None, sourceUnits: str | None = None, targetScale: Dict[str, float] | None = None, targetUnits: str | None = None, **kwargs) Tuple[float, float][source]

Given a point as a (x, y) tuple, convert it from one scale to another. The sourceScale, sourceUnits, targetScale, and targetUnits parameters are the same as convertRegionScale, where sourceUnits are the units used with sourceScale.

getPreferredLevel(level: int) int[source]

Given a desired level (0 is minimum resolution, self.levels - 1 is max resolution), return the level that contains actual data that is no lower resolution.

Parameters:

level – desired level

Returns level:

a level with actual data that is no lower resolution.

getRegion(format: str | Tuple[str] = ('image',), **kwargs) Tuple[ndarray | Image | ImageBytes | bytes | Path, str][source]

Get a rectangular region from the current tile source. Aspect ratio is preserved. If neither width nor height is given, the original size of the highest resolution level is used. If both are given, the returned image will be no larger than either size.

Parameters:
  • format – the desired format or a tuple of allowed formats. Formats are members of (TILE_FORMAT_PIL, TILE_FORMAT_NUMPY, TILE_FORMAT_IMAGE). If TILE_FORMAT_IMAGE, encoding may be specified.

  • kwargs – optional arguments. Some options are region, output, encoding, jpegQuality, jpegSubsampling, tiffCompression, fill. See tileIterator.

Returns:

regionData, formatOrRegionMime: the image data and either the mime type, if the format is TILE_FORMAT_IMAGE, or the format.

getRegionAtAnotherScale(sourceRegion: Dict[str, Any], sourceScale: Dict[str, float] | None = None, targetScale: Dict[str, float] | None = None, targetUnits: str | None = None, **kwargs) Tuple[ndarray | Image | ImageBytes | bytes | Path, str][source]

This takes the same parameters and returns the same results as getRegion, except instead of region and scale, it takes sourceRegion, sourceScale, targetScale, and targetUnits. These parameters are the same as convertRegionScale. See those two functions for parameter definitions.

getSingleTile(*args, **kwargs) LazyTileDict | None[source]

Return any single tile from an iterator. This takes exactly the same parameters as tileIterator. Use tile_position to get a specific tile, otherwise the first tile is returned.

Returns:

a tile dictionary or None.

getSingleTileAtAnotherScale(*args, **kwargs) LazyTileDict | None[source]

Return any single tile from a rescaled iterator. This takes exactly the same parameters as tileIteratorAtAnotherScale. Use tile_position to get a specific tile, otherwise the first tile is returned.

Returns:

a tile dictionary or None.

getState() str[source]

Return a string reflecting the state of the tile source. This is used as part of a cache key when hashing function return values.

Returns:

a string hash value of the source state.

getThumbnail(width: str | int | None = None, height: str | int | None = None, **kwargs) Tuple[ndarray | Image | ImageBytes | bytes | Path, str][source]

Get a basic thumbnail from the current tile source. Aspect ratio is preserved. If neither width nor height is given, a default value is used. If both are given, the thumbnail will be no larger than either size. A thumbnail has the same options as a region except that it always includes the entire image and has a default size of 256 x 256.

Parameters:
  • width – maximum width in pixels.

  • height – maximum height in pixels.

  • kwargs – optional arguments. Some options are encoding, jpegQuality, jpegSubsampling, and tiffCompression.

Returns:

thumbData, thumbMime: the image data and the mime type.

getTile(x, y, z, pilImageAllowed=False, numpyAllowed=False, sparseFallback=False, frame=None)[source]

Get a tile from a tile source, returning it as an binary image, a PIL image, or a numpy array.

Parameters:
  • x – the 0-based x position of the tile on the specified z level. 0 is left.

  • y – the 0-based y position of the tile on the specified z level. 0 is top.

  • z – the z level of the tile. May range from [0, self.levels], where 0 is the lowest resolution, single tile for the whole source.

  • pilImageAllowed – True if a PIL image may be returned.

  • numpyAllowed – True if a numpy image may be returned. ‘always’ to return a numpy array.

  • sparseFallback – if False and a tile doesn’t exist, raise an error. If True, check if a lower resolution tile exists, and, if so, interpolate the needed data for this tile.

  • frame – the frame number within the tile source. None is the same as 0 for multi-frame sources.

Returns:

either a numpy array, a PIL image, or a memory object with an image file.

getTileCount(*args, **kwargs) int[source]

Return the number of tiles that the tileIterator will return. See tileIterator for parameters.

Returns:

the number of tiles that the tileIterator will yield.

getTileMimeType() str[source]

Return the default mimetype for image tiles.

Returns:

the mime type of the tile.

histogram(dtype: dtype[Any] | None | type[Any] | _SupportsDType[dtype[Any]] | str | tuple[Any, int] | tuple[Any, SupportsIndex | Sequence[SupportsIndex]] | list[Any] | _DTypeDict | tuple[Any, Any] = None, onlyMinMax: bool = False, bins: int = 256, density: bool = False, format: Any = None, *args, **kwargs) Dict[str, ndarray | List[Dict[str, Any]]][source]

Get a histogram for a region.

Parameters:
  • dtype – if specified, the tiles must be this numpy.dtype.

  • onlyMinMax – if True, only return the minimum and maximum value of the region.

  • bins – the number of bins in the histogram. This is passed to numpy.histogram, but needs to produce the same set of edges for each tile.

  • density – if True, scale the results based on the number of samples.

  • format – ignored. Used to override the format for the tileIterator.

  • range – if None, use the computed min and (max + 1). Otherwise, this is the range passed to numpy.histogram. Note this is only accessible via kwargs as it otherwise overloads the range function. If ‘round’, use the computed values, but the number of bins may be reduced or the bin_edges rounded to integer values for integer-based source data.

  • args – parameters to pass to the tileIterator.

  • kwargs – parameters to pass to the tileIterator.

Returns:

if onlyMinMax is true, this is a dictionary with keys min and max, each of which is a numpy array with the minimum and maximum of all of the bands. If onlyMinMax is False, this is a dictionary with a single key ‘histogram’ that contains a list of histograms per band. Each entry is a dictionary with min, max, range, hist, bins, and bin_edges. range is [min, (max + 1)]. hist is the counts (normalized if density is True) for each bin. bins is the number of bins used. bin_edges is an array one longer than the hist array that contains the boundaries between bins.

property metadata: JSONDict
mimeTypes: Dict[str | None, SourcePriority] = {None: SourcePriority.FALLBACK}
name = None
nameMatches: Dict[str, SourcePriority] = {}
newPriority: SourcePriority | None = None
property style
tileFrames(format: str | Tuple[str] = ('image',), frameList: List[int] | None = None, framesAcross: int | None = None, max_workers: int | None = -4, **kwargs) Tuple[ndarray | Image | ImageBytes | bytes | Path, str][source]

Given the parameters for getRegion, plus a list of frames and the number of frames across, make a larger image composed of a region from each listed frame composited together.

Parameters:
  • format – the desired format or a tuple of allowed formats. Formats are members of (TILE_FORMAT_PIL, TILE_FORMAT_NUMPY, TILE_FORMAT_IMAGE). If TILE_FORMAT_IMAGE, encoding may be specified.

  • frameList – None for all frames, or a list of 0-based integers.

  • framesAcross – the number of frames across the final image. If unspecified, this is the ceiling of sqrt(number of frames in frame list).

  • kwargs – optional arguments. Some options are region, output, encoding, jpegQuality, jpegSubsampling, tiffCompression, fill. See tileIterator.

  • max_workers – maximum workers for parallelism. If negative, use the minimum of the absolute value of this number or multiprocessing.cpu_count().

Returns:

regionData, formatOrRegionMime: the image data and either the mime type, if the format is TILE_FORMAT_IMAGE, or the format.

tileIterator(format: str | Tuple[str] = ('numpy',), resample: bool = True, **kwargs) Iterator[LazyTileDict][source]

Iterate on all tiles in the specified region at the specified scale. Each tile is returned as part of a dictionary that includes

x, y:

(left, top) coordinates in current magnification pixels

width, height:

size of current tile in current magnification pixels

tile:

cropped tile image

format:

format of the tile

level:

level of the current tile

level_x, level_y:

the tile reference number within the level. Tiles are numbered (0, 0), (1, 0), (2, 0), etc. The 0th tile yielded may not be (0, 0) if a region is specified.

tile_position:

a dictionary of the tile position within the iterator, containing:

level_x, level_y:

the tile reference number within the level.

region_x, region_y:

0, 0 is the first tile in the full iteration (when not restricting the iteration to a single tile).

position:

a 0-based value for the tile within the full iteration.

iterator_range:

a dictionary of the output range of the iterator:

level_x_min, level_x_max:

the tiles that are be included during the full iteration: [layer_x_min, layer_x_max).

level_y_min, level_y_max:

the tiles that are be included during the full iteration: [layer_y_min, layer_y_max).

region_x_max, region_y_max:

the number of tiles included during the full iteration. This is layer_x_max - layer_x_min, layer_y_max - layer_y_min.

position:

the total number of tiles included in the full iteration. This is region_x_max * region_y_max.

magnification:

magnification of the current tile

mm_x, mm_y:

size of the current tile pixel in millimeters.

gx, gy:

(left, top) coordinates in maximum-resolution pixels

gwidth, gheight:

size of of the current tile in maximum-resolution pixels.

tile_overlap:

the amount of overlap with neighboring tiles (left, top, right, and bottom). Overlap never extends outside of the requested region.

If a region that includes partial tiles is requested, those tiles are cropped appropriately. Most images will have tiles that get cropped along the right and bottom edges in any case. If an exact magnification or scale is requested, no tiles will be returned.

Parameters:
  • format – the desired format or a tuple of allowed formats. Formats are members of (TILE_FORMAT_PIL, TILE_FORMAT_NUMPY, TILE_FORMAT_IMAGE). If TILE_FORMAT_IMAGE, encoding must be specified.

  • resample

    If True or one of PIL.Image.Resampling.NEAREST, LANCZOS, BILINEAR, or BICUBIC to resample tiles that are not the target output size. Tiles that are resampled will have additional dictionary entries of:

    scaled:

    the scaling factor that was applied (less than 1 is downsampled).

    tile_x, tile_y:

    (left, top) coordinates before scaling

    tile_width, tile_height:

    size of the current tile before scaling.

    tile_magnification:

    magnification of the current tile before scaling.

    tile_mm_x, tile_mm_y:

    size of a pixel in a tile in millimeters before scaling.

    Note that scipy.misc.imresize uses PIL internally.

  • region

    a dictionary of optional values which specify the part of the image to process:

    left:

    the left edge (inclusive) of the region to process.

    top:

    the top edge (inclusive) of the region to process.

    right:

    the right edge (exclusive) of the region to process.

    bottom:

    the bottom edge (exclusive) of the region to process.

    width:

    the width of the region to process.

    height:

    the height of the region to process.

    units:

    either ‘base_pixels’ (default), ‘pixels’, ‘mm’, or ‘fraction’. base_pixels are in maximum resolution pixels. pixels is in the specified magnification pixels. mm is in the specified magnification scale. fraction is a scale of 0 to 1. pixels and mm are only available if the magnification and mm per pixel are defined for the image.

  • output

    a dictionary of optional values which specify the size of the output.

    maxWidth:

    maximum width in pixels. If either maxWidth or maxHeight is specified, magnification, mm_x, and mm_y are ignored.

    maxHeight:

    maximum height in pixels.

  • scale

    a dictionary of optional values which specify the scale of the region and / or output. This applies to region if pixels or mm are used for inits. It applies to output if neither output maxWidth nor maxHeight is specified.

    magnification:

    the magnification ratio. Only used if maxWidth and maxHeight are not specified or None.

    mm_x:

    the horizontal size of a pixel in millimeters.

    mm_y:

    the vertical size of a pixel in millimeters.

    exact:

    if True, only a level that matches exactly will be returned. This is only applied if magnification, mm_x, or mm_y is used.

  • tile_position – if present, either a number to only yield the (tile_position)th tile [0 to (xmax - min) * (ymax - ymin)) that the iterator would yield, or a dictionary of {region_x, region_y} to yield that tile, where 0, 0 is the first tile yielded, and xmax - xmin - 1, ymax - ymin - 1 is the last tile yielded, or a dictionary of {level_x, level_y} to yield that specific tile if it is in the region.

  • tile_size

    if present, retile the output to the specified tile size. If only width or only height is specified, the resultant tiles will be square. This is a dictionary containing at least one of:

    width:

    the desired tile width.

    height:

    the desired tile height.

  • tile_overlap

    if present, retile the output adding a symmetric overlap to the tiles. If either x or y is not specified, it defaults to zero. The overlap does not change the tile size, only the stride of the tiles. This is a dictionary containing:

    x:

    the horizontal overlap in pixels.

    y:

    the vertical overlap in pixels.

    edges:

    if True, then the edge tiles will exclude the overlap distance. If unset or False, the edge tiles are full size.

    The overlap is conceptually split between the two sides of the tile. This is only relevant to where overlap is reported or if edges is True

    As an example, suppose an image that is 8 pixels across (01234567) and a tile size of 5 is requested with an overlap of 4. If the edges option is False (the default), the following tiles are returned: 01234, 12345, 23456, 34567. Each tile reports its overlap, and the non-overlapped area of each tile is 012, 3, 4, 567. If the edges option is True, the tiles returned are: 012, 0123, 01234, 12345, 23456, 34567, 4567, 567, with the non-overlapped area of each as 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.

  • tile_offset

    if present, adjust tile positions so that the corner of one tile is at the specified location.

    left:

    the left offset in pixels.

    top:

    the top offset in pixels.

    auto:

    a boolean, if True, automatically set the offset to align with the region’s left and top.

  • encoding – if format includes TILE_FORMAT_IMAGE, a valid PIL encoding (typically ‘PNG’, ‘JPEG’, or ‘TIFF’) or ‘TILED’ (identical to TIFF). Must also be in the TileOutputMimeTypes map.

  • jpegQuality – the quality to use when encoding a JPEG.

  • jpegSubsampling – the subsampling level to use when encoding a JPEG.

  • tiffCompression – the compression format when encoding a TIFF. This is usually ‘raw’, ‘tiff_lzw’, ‘jpeg’, or ‘tiff_adobe_deflate’. Some of these are aliased: ‘none’, ‘lzw’, ‘deflate’.

  • frame – the frame number within the tile source. None is the same as 0 for multi-frame sources.

  • kwargs – optional arguments.

Yields:

an iterator that returns a dictionary as listed above.

tileIteratorAtAnotherScale(sourceRegion: Dict[str, Any], sourceScale: Dict[str, float] | None = None, targetScale: Dict[str, float] | None = None, targetUnits: str | None = None, **kwargs) Iterator[LazyTileDict][source]

This takes the same parameters and returns the same results as tileIterator, except instead of region and scale, it takes sourceRegion, sourceScale, targetScale, and targetUnits. These parameters are the same as convertRegionScale. See those two functions for parameter definitions.

wrapKey(*args, **kwargs) str[source]

Return a key for a tile source and function parameters that can be used as a unique cache key.

Parameters:
  • args – arguments to add to the hash.

  • kwaths – arguments to add to the hash.

Returns:

a cache key.

large_image.tilesource.geo module

class large_image.tilesource.geo.GDALBaseFileTileSource(path: str | Path | Dict[Any, Any], *args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: GeoBaseFileTileSource

Abstract base class for GDAL-based tile sources.

This base class assumes the underlying library is powered by GDAL (rasterio, mapnik, etc.)

Initialize the tile class. See the base class for other available parameters.

Parameters:

path – a filesystem path for the tile source.

extensions: Dict[str | None, SourcePriority] = {'geotiff': SourcePriority.PREFERRED, 'nitf': SourcePriority.PREFERRED, 'ntf': SourcePriority.PREFERRED, 'tif': SourcePriority.LOW, 'tiff': SourcePriority.LOW, 'vrt': SourcePriority.PREFERRED, None: SourcePriority.MEDIUM}
property geospatial: bool

This is true if the source has geospatial information.

getBounds(*args, **kwargs) Dict[str, Any][source]
static getHexColors(palette: str | List[str | float | Tuple[float, ...]]) List[str][source]

Returns list of hex colors for a given color palette

Returns:

List of colors

getNativeMagnification() Dict[str, float | None][source]

Get the magnification at the base level.

Returns:

width of a pixel in mm, height of a pixel in mm.

getPixelSizeInMeters() float | None[source]

Get the approximate base pixel size in meters. This is calculated as the average scale of the four edges in the WGS84 ellipsoid.

Returns:

the pixel size in meters or None.

getThumbnail(width: str | int | None = None, height: str | int | None = None, **kwargs) Tuple[ndarray | Image | ImageBytes | bytes | Path, str][source]

Get a basic thumbnail from the current tile source. Aspect ratio is preserved. If neither width nor height is given, a default value is used. If both are given, the thumbnail will be no larger than either size. A thumbnail has the same options as a region except that it always includes the entire image if there is no projection and has a default size of 256 x 256.

Parameters:
  • width – maximum width in pixels.

  • height – maximum height in pixels.

  • kwargs – optional arguments. Some options are encoding, jpegQuality, jpegSubsampling, and tiffCompression.

Returns:

thumbData, thumbMime: the image data and the mime type.

getTileCorners(z: int, x: float, y: float) Tuple[float, float, float, float][source]

Returns bounds of a tile for a given x,y,z index.

Parameters:
  • z – tile level

  • x – tile offset from left.

  • y – tile offset from right

Returns:

(xmin, ymin, xmax, ymax) in the current projection or base pixels.

static isGeospatial(path: str | Path) bool[source]

Check if a path is likely to be a geospatial file.

Parameters:

path – The path to the file

Returns:

True if geospatial.

mimeTypes: Dict[str | None, SourcePriority] = {'image/geotiff': SourcePriority.PREFERRED, 'image/tiff': SourcePriority.LOW, 'image/x-tiff': SourcePriority.LOW, None: SourcePriority.FALLBACK}
pixelToProjection(*args, **kwargs) Tuple[float, float][source]
projection: str | bytes
projectionOrigin: Tuple[float, float]
sourceLevels: int
sourceSizeX: int
sourceSizeY: int
toNativePixelCoordinates(*args, **kwargs) Tuple[float, float][source]
unitsAcrossLevel0: float
class large_image.tilesource.geo.GeoBaseFileTileSource(path: str | Path | Dict[Any, Any], *args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: FileTileSource

Abstract base class for geospatial tile sources.

Initialize the tile class. See the base class for other available parameters.

Parameters:

path – a filesystem path for the tile source.

levels: int
sizeX: int
sizeY: int
tileHeight: int
tileWidth: int
large_image.tilesource.geo.make_vsi(url: str | Path | Dict[Any, Any], **options) str[source]

large_image.tilesource.jupyter module

A vanilla REST interface to a TileSource.

This is intended for use in JupyterLab and not intended to be used as a full fledged REST API. Only two endpoints are exposed with minimal options:

  • /metadata

  • /tile?z={z}&x={x}&y={y}&encoding=png

We use Tornado because it is Jupyter’s web server and will not require Jupyter users to install any additional dependencies. Also, Tornado doesn’t require us to manage a separate thread for the web server.

Please note that this webserver will not work with Classic Notebook and will likely lead to crashes. This is only for use in JupyterLab.

class large_image.tilesource.jupyter.IPyLeafletMixin(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: object

Mixin class to support interactive visualization in JupyterLab.

This class implements _ipython_display_ with ipyleaflet to display an interactive image visualizer for the tile source in JupyterLab.

Install ipyleaflet to interactively visualize tile sources in JupyterLab.

For remote JupyterHub environments, you may need to configure the class variables JUPYTER_HOST or JUPYTER_PROXY.

If JUPYTER_PROXY is set, it overrides JUPYTER_HOST.

Use JUPYTER_HOST to set the host name of the machine such that the tile URL can be accessed at 'http://{JUPYTER_HOST}:{port}'.

Use JUPYTER_PROXY to leverage jupyter-server-proxy to proxy the tile serving port through Jupyter’s authenticated web interface. This is useful in Docker and cloud JupyterHub environments. You can set the environment variable LARGE_IMAGE_JUPYTER_PROXY to control the default value of JUPYTER_PROXY. If JUPYTER_PROXY is set to True, the default will be '/proxy/ which will work for most Docker Jupyter configurations. If in a cloud JupyterHub environment, this will get a bit more nuanced as the JUPYTERHUB_SERVICE_PREFIX may need to prefix the '/proxy/'.

To programmatically set these values:

from large_image.tilesource.jupyter import IPyLeafletMixin

# Only set one of these values

# Use a custom domain (avoids port proxying)
IPyLeafletMixin.JUPYTER_HOST = 'mydomain'

# Proxy in a standard JupyterLab environment
IPyLeafletMixin.JUPYTER_PROXY = True  # defaults to `/proxy/`

# Proxy in a cloud JupyterHub environment
IPyLeafletMixin.JUPYTER_PROXY = '/jupyter/user/username/proxy/'
# See if ``JUPYTERHUB_SERVICE_PREFIX`` is in the environment
# variables to improve this
JUPYTER_HOST = '127.0.0.1'
JUPYTER_PROXY = False
as_leaflet_layer(**kwargs) Any[source]
property iplmap: Any

If using ipyleaflets, get access to the map object.

class large_image.tilesource.jupyter.Map(*, ts: IPyLeafletMixin | None = None, metadata: Dict | None = None, url: str | None = None, gc: Any | None = None, id: str | None = None, resource: str | None = None)[source]

Bases: object

An IPyLeafletMap representation of a large image.

Specify the large image to be used with the IPyLeaflet Map. One of (a) a tile source, (b) metadata dictionary and tile url, (c) girder client and item or file id, or (d) girder client and resource path must be specified.

Parameters:
  • ts – a TileSource.

  • metadata – a metadata dictionary as returned by a tile source or a girder item/{id}/tiles endpoint.

  • url – a slippy map template url to fetch tiles (e.g., …/item/{id}/tiles/zxy/{z}/{x}/{y}?params=…)

  • gc – an authenticated girder client.

  • id – an item id that exists on the girder client.

  • resource – a girder resource path of an item or file that exists on the girder client.

from_map(coordinate: List[float] | Tuple[float, float]) Tuple[float, float][source]
Parameters:

coordinate – a two-tuple that is in the map space coordinates.

Returns:

a two-tuple that is x, y in pixel space or x, y in image projection space.

property id: str | None
property layer: Any
make_layer(metadata: Dict, url: str, **kwargs) Any[source]

Create an ipyleaflet tile layer given large_image metadata and a tile url.

make_map(metadata: Dict, layer: Any | None = None, center: Tuple[float, float] | None = None) Any[source]

Create an ipyleaflet map given large_image metadata, an optional ipyleaflet layer, and the center of the tile source.

property map: Any
property metadata: JSONDict
to_map(coordinate: List[float] | Tuple[float, float]) Tuple[float, float][source]

Convert a coordinate from the image or projected image space to the map space.

Parameters:

coordinate – a two-tuple that is x, y in pixel space or x, y in image projection space.

Returns:

a two-tuple that is in the map space coordinates.

large_image.tilesource.jupyter.launch_tile_server(tile_source: IPyLeafletMixin, port: int = 0) Any[source]

large_image.tilesource.resample module

class large_image.tilesource.resample.ResampleMethod(value)[source]

Bases: Enum

An enumeration.

NP_MAX = 9
NP_MAX_COLOR = 12
NP_MEAN = 6
NP_MEDIAN = 7
NP_MIN = 10
NP_MIN_COLOR = 13
NP_MODE = 8
NP_NEAREST = 11
PIL_BICUBIC = Resampling.BICUBIC
PIL_BILINEAR = Resampling.BILINEAR
PIL_BOX = Resampling.BOX
PIL_HAMMING = Resampling.HAMMING
PIL_LANCZOS = Resampling.LANCZOS
PIL_MAX_ENUM = Resampling.HAMMING
PIL_NEAREST = Resampling.NEAREST
large_image.tilesource.resample.downsampleTileHalfRes(tile: ndarray, resample_method: ResampleMethod) ndarray[source]
large_image.tilesource.resample.numpyResize(tile: ndarray, new_shape: Dict, resample_method: ResampleMethod) ndarray[source]
large_image.tilesource.resample.pilResize(tile: ndarray, new_shape: Dict, resample_method: ResampleMethod) ndarray[source]

large_image.tilesource.stylefuncs module

large_image.tilesource.stylefuncs.maskPixelValues(image: ndarray, context: SimpleNamespace, values: List[int | List[int] | Tuple[int, ...]], negative: int | None = None, positive: int | None = None) ndarray[source]

This is a style utility function that returns a black-and-white 8-bit image where the image is white if the pixel of the source image is in a list of values and black otherwise. The values is a list where each entry can either be a tuple the same length as the band dimension of the output image or a single value which is handled as 0xBBGGRR.

Parameters:
  • image – a numpy array of Y, X, Bands.

  • context – the style context. context.image is the source image

  • values – an array of values, each of which is either an array of the same number of bands as the source image or a single value of the form 0xBBGGRR assuming uint8 data.

  • negative – None to use [0, 0, 0, 255], or an RGBA uint8 value for pixels not in the value list.

  • positive – None to use [255, 255, 255, 0], or an RGBA uint8 value for pixels in the value list.

Returns:

an RGBA numpy image which is exactly black or transparent white.

large_image.tilesource.stylefuncs.medianFilter(image: ndarray, context: SimpleNamespace | None = None, kernel: int = 5, weight: float = 1.0) ndarray[source]

This is a style utility function that applies a median rank filter to the image to sharpen it.

Parameters:
  • image – a numpy array of Y, X, Bands.

  • context – the style context. context.image is the source image

  • kernel – the filter kernel size.

  • weight – the weight of the difference between the image and the filtered image that is used to add into the image. 0 is no effect/

Returns:

an numpy image which is the filtered version of the source.

large_image.tilesource.tiledict module

class large_image.tilesource.tiledict.LazyTileDict(tileInfo: Dict[str, Any], *args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: dict

Tiles returned from the tile iterator and dictionaries of information with actual image data in the ‘tile’ key and the format in the ‘format’ key. Since some applications need information about the tile but don’t need the image data, these two values are lazily computed. The LazyTileDict can be treated like a regular dictionary, except that when either of those two keys are first accessed, they will cause the image to be loaded and possibly converted to a PIL image and cropped.

Unless setFormat is called on the tile, tile images may always be returned as PIL images.

Create a LazyTileDict dictionary where there is enough information to load the tile image. ang and kwargs are as for the dict() class.

Parameters:

tileInfo – a dictionary of x, y, level, format, encoding, crop, and source, used for fetching the tile image.

release() None[source]

If the tile has been loaded, unload it. It can be loaded again. This is useful if you want to keep tiles available in memory but not their actual tile data.

setFormat(format: Tuple[str, ...], resample: bool = False, imageKwargs: Dict[str, Any] | None = None) None[source]

Set a more restrictive output format for a tile, possibly also resizing it via resampling. If this is not called, the tile may either be returned as one of the specified formats or as a PIL image.

Parameters:
  • format – a tuple or list of allowed formats. Formats are members of TILE_FORMAT_*. This will avoid converting images if they are in the desired output encoding (regardless of subparameters).

  • resample – if not False or None, allow resampling. Once turned on, this cannot be turned off on the tile.

  • imageKwargs – additional parameters that should be passed to _encodeImage.

large_image.tilesource.tileiterator module

class large_image.tilesource.tileiterator.TileIterator(source: tilesource.TileSource, format: str | Tuple[str] = ('numpy',), resample: bool | None = True, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: object

A tile iterator on a TileSource. Details about the iterator can be read via the info attribute on the iterator.

large_image.tilesource.utilities module

class large_image.tilesource.utilities.ImageBytes(source: bytes, mimetype: str | None = None)[source]

Bases: bytes

Wrapper class to make repr of image bytes better in ipython.

Display the number of bytes and, if known, the mimetype.

property mimetype: str | None
class large_image.tilesource.utilities.JSONDict(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: dict

Wrapper class to improve Jupyter repr of JSON-able dicts.

large_image.tilesource.utilities.addPILFormatsToOutputOptions() None[source]

Check PIL for available formats that be saved and add them to the lists of of available formats.

large_image.tilesource.utilities.cpu_count(logical: bool = True) int[source]

Get the usable CPU count. If psutil is available, it is used, since it can determine the number of physical CPUS versus logical CPUs. This returns the smaller of that value from psutil and the number of cpus allowed by the os scheduler, which means that for physical requests (logical=False), the returned value may be more the the number of physical cpus that are usable.

Parameters:

logical – True to get the logical usable CPUs (which include hyperthreading). False for the physical usable CPUs.

Returns:

the number of usable CPUs.

large_image.tilesource.utilities.dictToEtree(d: Dict[str, Any], root: Element | None = None) Element[source]

Convert a dictionary in the style produced by etreeToDict back to an etree. Make an xml string via xml.etree.ElementTree.tostring(dictToEtree( dictionary), encoding=’utf8’, method=’xml’). Note that this function and etreeToDict are not perfect conversions; numerical values are quoted in xml. Plain key-value pairs are ambiguous whether they should be attributes or text values. Text fields are collected together.

Parameters:

d – a dictionary.

Prarm root:

the root node to attach this dictionary to.

Returns:

an etree.

large_image.tilesource.utilities.etreeToDict(t: Element) Dict[str, Any][source]

Convert an xml etree to a nested dictionary without schema names in the keys. If you have an xml string, this can be converted to a dictionary via xml.etree.etreeToDict(ElementTree.fromstring(xml_string)).

Parameters:

t – an etree.

Returns:

a python dictionary with the results.

large_image.tilesource.utilities.fullAlphaValue(arr: ndarray | dtype[Any] | None | type[Any] | _SupportsDType[dtype[Any]] | str | tuple[Any, int] | tuple[Any, SupportsIndex | Sequence[SupportsIndex]] | list[Any] | _DTypeDict | tuple[Any, Any]) int[source]

Given a numpy array, return the value that should be used for a fully opaque alpha channel. For uint variants, this is the max value.

Parameters:

arr – a numpy array.

Returns:

the value for the alpha channel.

large_image.tilesource.utilities.getAvailableNamedPalettes(includeColors: bool = True, reduced: bool = False) List[str][source]

Get a list of all named palettes that can be used with getPaletteColors.

Parameters:
  • includeColors – if True, include named colors. If False, only include actual palettes.

  • reduced – if True, exclude reversed palettes and palettes with fewer colors where a palette with the same basic name exists with more colors.

Returns:

a list of names.

large_image.tilesource.utilities.getPaletteColors(value: str | List[str | float | Tuple[float, ...]]) ndarray[source]

Given a list or a name, return a list of colors in the form of a numpy array of RGBA. If a list, each entry is a color name resolvable by either PIL.ImageColor.getcolor, by matplotlib.colors, or a 3 or 4 element list or tuple of RGB(A) values on a scale of 0-1. If this is NOT a list, then, if it can be parsed as a color, it is treated as [‘#000’, <value>]. If that cannot be parsed, then it is assumed to be a named palette in palettable (such as viridis.Viridis_12) or a named palette in matplotlib (including plugins).

Parameters:

value – Either a list, a single color name, or a palette name. See above.

Returns:

a numpy array of RGBA value on the scale of [0-255].

large_image.tilesource.utilities.getTileFramesQuadInfo(metadata: Dict[str, Any], options: Dict[str, Any] | None = None) Dict[str, Any][source]

Compute what tile_frames need to be requested for a particular condition.

Options is a dictionary of:
format:

The compression and format for the texture. Defaults to {‘encoding’: ‘JPEG’, ‘jpegQuality’: 85, ‘jpegSubsampling’: 1}.

query:

Additional query options to add to the tile source, such as style.

frameBase:

(default 0) Starting frame number used. c/z/xy/z to step through that index length (0 to 1 less than the value), which is probably only useful for cache reporting or scheduling.

frameStride:

(default 1) Only use every frameStride frame of the image. c/z/xy/z to use that axis length.

frameGroup:

(default 1) If above 1 and multiple textures are used, each texture will have an even multiple of the group size number of frames. This helps control where texture loading transitions occur. c/z/xy/z to use that axis length.

frameGroupFactor:

(default 4) If frameGroup would reduce the size of the tile images beyond this factor, don’t use it.

frameGroupStride:

(default 1) If frameGroup is above 1 and multiple textures are used, then the frames are reordered based on this stride value. “auto” to use frameGroup / frameStride if that value is an integer.

maxTextureSize:

Limit the maximum texture size to a square of this size.

maxTextures:

(default 1) If more than one, allow multiple textures to increase the size of the individual frames. The number of textures will be capped by maxTotalTexturePixels as well as this number.

maxTotalTexturePixels:

(default 1073741824) Limit the maximum texture size and maximum number of textures so that the combined set does not exceed this number of pixels.

alignment:

(default 16) Individual frames are buffered to an alignment of this maxy pixels. If JPEG compression is used, this should be 8 for monochrome images or jpegs without subsampling, or 16 for jpegs with moderate subsampling to avoid compression artifacts from leaking between frames.

maxFrameSize:

If set, limit the maximum width and height of an individual frame to this value.

Parameters:
  • metadata – the tile source metadata. Needs to contain sizeX, sizeY, tileWidth, tileHeight, and a list of frames.

  • options – dictionary of options, as described above.

Returns:

a dictionary of values to use for making calls to tile_frames.

large_image.tilesource.utilities.histogramThreshold(histogram: Dict[str, Any], threshold: float, fromMax: bool = False) float[source]

Given a histogram and a threshold on a scale of [0, 1], return the bin edge that excludes no more than the specified threshold amount of values. For instance, a threshold of 0.02 would exclude at most 2% of the values.

Parameters:
  • histogram – a histogram record for a specific channel.

  • threshold – a value from 0 to 1.

  • fromMax – if False, return values excluding the low end of the histogram; if True, return values from excluding the high end of the histogram.

Returns:

the value the excludes no more than the threshold from the specified end.

large_image.tilesource.utilities.isValidPalette(value: str | List[str | float | Tuple[float, ...]]) bool[source]

Check if a value can be used as a palette.

Parameters:

value – Either a list, a single color name, or a palette name. See getPaletteColors.

Returns:

a boolean; true if the value can be used as a palette.

large_image.tilesource.utilities.nearPowerOfTwo(val1: float, val2: float, tolerance: float = 0.02) bool[source]

Check if two values are different by nearly a power of two.

Parameters:
  • val1 – the first value to check.

  • val2 – the second value to check.

  • tolerance – the maximum difference in the log2 ratio’s mantissa.

Returns:

True if the values are nearly a power of two different from each other; false otherwise.

Module contents

class large_image.tilesource.FileTileSource(path: str | Path | Dict[Any, Any], *args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: TileSource

Initialize the tile class. See the base class for other available parameters.

Parameters:

path – a filesystem path for the tile source.

classmethod canRead(path: str | Path | Dict[Any, Any], *args, **kwargs) bool[source]

Check if we can read the input. This takes the same parameters as __init__.

Returns:

True if this class can read the input. False if it cannot.

static getLRUHash(*args, **kwargs) str[source]

Return a string hash used as a key in the recently-used cache for tile sources.

Returns:

a string hash value.

getState() str[source]

Return a string reflecting the state of the tile source. This is used as part of a cache key when hashing function return values.

Returns:

a string hash value of the source state.

levels: int
sizeX: int
sizeY: int
tileHeight: int
tileWidth: int
exception large_image.tilesource.TileGeneralError[source]

Bases: Exception

large_image.tilesource.TileGeneralException

alias of TileGeneralError

class large_image.tilesource.TileSource(encoding: str = 'JPEG', jpegQuality: int = 95, jpegSubsampling: int = 0, tiffCompression: str = 'raw', edge: bool | str = False, style: str | Dict[str, int] | None = None, noCache: bool | None = None, *args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: IPyLeafletMixin

Initialize the tile class.

Parameters:
  • jpegQuality – when serving jpegs, use this quality.

  • jpegSubsampling – when serving jpegs, use this subsampling (0 is full chroma, 1 is half, 2 is quarter).

  • encoding – ‘JPEG’, ‘PNG’, ‘TIFF’, or ‘TILED’.

  • edge – False to leave edge tiles whole, True or ‘crop’ to crop edge tiles, otherwise, an #rrggbb color to fill edges.

  • tiffCompression – the compression format to use when encoding a TIFF.

  • style

    if None, use the default style for the file. Otherwise, this is a string with a json-encoded dictionary. The style can contain the following keys:

    band:

    if -1 or None, and if style is specified at all, the greyscale value is used. Otherwise, a 1-based numerical index into the channels of the image or a string that matches the interpretation of the band (‘red’, ‘green’, ‘blue’, ‘gray’, ‘alpha’). Note that ‘gray’ on an RGB or RGBA image will use the green band.

    frame:

    if specified, override the frame value for this band. When used as part of a bands list, this can be used to composite multiple frames together. It is most efficient if at least one band either doesn’t specify a frame parameter or specifies the same frame value as the primary query.

    framedelta:

    if specified and frame is not specified, override the frame value for this band by using the current frame plus this value.

    min:

    the value to map to the first palette value. Defaults to 0. ‘auto’ to use 0 if the reported minimum and maximum of the band are between [0, 255] or use the reported minimum otherwise. ‘min’ or ‘max’ to always uses the reported minimum or maximum. ‘full’ to always use 0.

    max:

    the value to map to the last palette value. Defaults to 255. ‘auto’ to use 0 if the reported minimum and maximum of the band are between [0, 255] or use the reported maximum otherwise. ‘min’ or ‘max’ to always uses the reported minimum or maximum. ‘full’ to use the maximum value of the base data type (either 1, 255, or 65535).

    palette:

    a single color string, a palette name, or a list of two or more color strings. Color strings are of the form #RRGGBB, #RRGGBBAA, #RGB, #RGBA, or any string parseable by the PIL modules, or, if it is installed, by matplotlib. A single color string is the same as the list [‘#000’, <color>]. Palette names are the name of a palettable palette or, if available, a matplotlib palette.

    nodata:

    the value to use for missing data. null or unset to not use a nodata value.

    composite:

    either ‘lighten’ or ‘multiply’. Defaults to ‘lighten’ for all except the alpha band.

    clamp:

    either True to clamp (also called clip or crop) values outside of the [min, max] to the ends of the palette or False to make outside values transparent.

    dtype:

    convert the results to the specified numpy dtype. Normally, if a style is applied, the results are intermediately a float numpy array with a value range of [0,255]. If this is ‘uint16’, it will be cast to that and multiplied by 65535/255. If ‘float’, it will be divided by 255. If ‘source’, this uses the dtype of the source image.

    axis:

    keep only the specified axis from the numpy intermediate results. This can be used to extract a single channel after compositing.

    Alternately, the style object can contain a single key of ‘bands’, which has a value which is a list of style dictionaries as above, excepting that each must have a band that is not -1. Bands are composited in the order listed. This base object may also contain the ‘dtype’ and ‘axis’ values.

  • noCache – if True, the style can be adjusted dynamically and the source is not elibible for caching. If there is no intention to reuse the source at a later time, this can have performance benefits, such as when first cataloging images that can be read.

property bandCount: int | None
classmethod canRead(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Check if we can read the input. This takes the same parameters as __init__.

Returns:

True if this class can read the input. False if it cannot.

convertRegionScale(sourceRegion: Dict[str, Any], sourceScale: Dict[str, float] | None = None, targetScale: Dict[str, float] | None = None, targetUnits: str | None = None, cropToImage: bool = True) Dict[str, Any][source]

Convert a region from one scale to another.

Parameters:
  • sourceRegion

    a dictionary of optional values which specify the part of an image to process.

    left:

    the left edge (inclusive) of the region to process.

    top:

    the top edge (inclusive) of the region to process.

    right:

    the right edge (exclusive) of the region to process.

    bottom:

    the bottom edge (exclusive) of the region to process.

    width:

    the width of the region to process.

    height:

    the height of the region to process.

    units:

    either ‘base_pixels’ (default), ‘pixels’, ‘mm’, or ‘fraction’. base_pixels are in maximum resolution pixels. pixels is in the specified magnification pixels. mm is in the specified magnification scale. fraction is a scale of 0 to 1. pixels and mm are only available if the magnification and mm per pixel are defined for the image.

  • sourceScale

    a dictionary of optional values which specify the scale of the source region. Required if the sourceRegion is in “mag_pixels” units.

    magnification:

    the magnification ratio.

    mm_x:

    the horizontal size of a pixel in millimeters.

    mm_y:

    the vertical size of a pixel in millimeters.

  • targetScale

    a dictionary of optional values which specify the scale of the target region. Required in targetUnits is in “mag_pixels” units.

    magnification:

    the magnification ratio.

    mm_x:

    the horizontal size of a pixel in millimeters.

    mm_y:

    the vertical size of a pixel in millimeters.

  • targetUnits – if not None, convert the region to these units. Otherwise, the units are will either be the sourceRegion units if those are not “mag_pixels” or base_pixels. If “mag_pixels”, the targetScale must be specified.

  • cropToImage – if True, don’t return region coordinates outside of the image.

property dtype: dtype
extensions: Dict[str | None, SourcePriority] = {None: SourcePriority.FALLBACK}
property frames: int

A property with the number of frames.

property geospatial: bool
getAssociatedImage(imageKey: str, *args, **kwargs) Tuple[ImageBytes, str] | None[source]

Return an associated image.

Parameters:
  • imageKey – the key of the associated image to retrieve.

  • kwargs – optional arguments. Some options are width, height, encoding, jpegQuality, jpegSubsampling, and tiffCompression.

Returns:

imageData, imageMime: the image data and the mime type, or None if the associated image doesn’t exist.

getAssociatedImagesList() List[str][source]

Return a list of associated images.

Returns:

the list of image keys.

getBandInformation(statistics: bool = False, **kwargs) Dict[int, Any][source]

Get information about each band in the image.

Parameters:

statistics – if True, compute statistics if they don’t already exist.

Returns:

a dictionary of one dictionary per band. Each dictionary contains known values such as interpretation, min, max, mean, stdev.

getBounds(*args, **kwargs) Dict[str, Any][source]
getCenter(*args, **kwargs) Tuple[float, float][source]

Returns (Y, X) center location.

getICCProfiles(idx: int | None = None, onlyInfo: bool = False) ImageCmsProfile | List[ImageCmsProfile | None] | None[source]

Get a list of all ICC profiles that are available for the source, or get a specific profile.

Parameters:
  • idx – a 0-based index into the profiles to get one profile, or None to get a list of all profiles.

  • onlyInfo – if idx is None and this is true, just return the profile information.

Returns:

either one or a list of PIL.ImageCms.CmsProfile objects, or None if no profiles are available. If a list, entries in the list may be None.

getInternalMetadata(**kwargs)[source]

Return additional known metadata about the tile source. Data returned from this method is not guaranteed to be in any particular format or have specific values.

Returns:

a dictionary of data or None.

static getLRUHash(*args, **kwargs) str[source]

Return a string hash used as a key in the recently-used cache for tile sources.

Returns:

a string hash value.

getLevelForMagnification(magnification: float | None = None, exact: bool = False, mm_x: float | None = None, mm_y: float | None = None, rounding: str | bool | None = 'round', **kwargs) int | float | None[source]

Get the level for a specific magnification or pixel size. If the magnification is unknown or no level is sufficient resolution, and an exact match is not requested, the highest level will be returned.

If none of magnification, mm_x, and mm_y are specified, the maximum level is returned. If more than one of these values is given, an average of those given will be used (exact will require all of them to match).

Parameters:
  • magnification – the magnification ratio.

  • exact – if True, only a level that matches exactly will be returned.

  • mm_x – the horizontal size of a pixel in millimeters.

  • mm_y – the vertical size of a pixel in millimeters.

  • rounding – if False, a fractional level may be returned. If ‘ceil’ or ‘round’, that function is used to convert the level to an integer (the exact flag still applies). If None, the level is not cropped to the actual image’s level range.

Returns:

the selected level or None for no match.

getMagnificationForLevel(level: float | None = None) Dict[str, float | None][source]

Get the magnification at a particular level.

Parameters:

level – None to use the maximum level, otherwise the level to get the magnification factor of.

Returns:

magnification, width of a pixel in mm, height of a pixel in mm.

getMetadata() JSONDict[source]

Return metadata about this tile source. This contains

levels:

number of tile levels in this image.

sizeX:

width of the image in pixels.

sizeY:

height of the image in pixels.

tileWidth:

width of a tile in pixels.

tileHeight:

height of a tile in pixels.

magnification:

if known, the magnificaiton of the image.

mm_x:

if known, the width of a pixel in millimeters.

mm_y:

if known, the height of a pixel in millimeters.

dtype:

if known, the type of values in this image.

In addition to the keys that listed above, tile sources that expose multiple frames will also contain

frames:

a list of frames. Each frame entry is a dictionary with

Frame:

a 0-values frame index (the location in the list)

Channel:

optional. The name of the channel, if known

IndexC:

optional if unique. A 0-based index into the channel list

IndexT:

optional if unique. A 0-based index for time values

IndexZ:

optional if unique. A 0-based index for z values

IndexXY:

optional if unique. A 0-based index for view (xy) values

Index<axis>:

optional if unique. A 0-based index for an arbitrary axis.

Index:

a 0-based index of non-channel unique sets. If the frames vary only by channel and are adjacent, they will have the same index.

IndexRange:

a dictionary of the number of unique index values from frames if greater than 1 (e.g., if an entry like IndexXY is not present, then all frames either do not have that value or have a value of 0).

IndexStride:

a dictionary of the spacing between frames where unique axes values change.

channels:

optional. If known, a list of channel names

channelmap:

optional. If known, a dictionary of channel names with their offset into the channel list.

Note that this does not include band information, though some tile sources may do so.

getNativeMagnification() Dict[str, float | None][source]

Get the magnification for the highest-resolution level.

Returns:

magnification, width of a pixel in mm, height of a pixel in mm.

getOneBandInformation(band: int) Dict[str, Any][source]

Get band information for a single band.

Parameters:

band – a 1-based band.

Returns:

a dictionary of band information. See getBandInformation.

getPixel(includeTileRecord: bool = False, **kwargs) JSONDict[source]

Get a single pixel from the current tile source.

Parameters:
  • includeTileRecord – if True, include the tile used for computing the pixel in the response.

  • kwargs – optional arguments. Some options are region, output, encoding, jpegQuality, jpegSubsampling, tiffCompression, fill. See tileIterator.

Returns:

a dictionary with the value of the pixel for each channel on a scale of [0-255], including alpha, if available. This may contain additional information.

getPointAtAnotherScale(point: Tuple[float, float], sourceScale: Dict[str, float] | None = None, sourceUnits: str | None = None, targetScale: Dict[str, float] | None = None, targetUnits: str | None = None, **kwargs) Tuple[float, float][source]

Given a point as a (x, y) tuple, convert it from one scale to another. The sourceScale, sourceUnits, targetScale, and targetUnits parameters are the same as convertRegionScale, where sourceUnits are the units used with sourceScale.

getPreferredLevel(level: int) int[source]

Given a desired level (0 is minimum resolution, self.levels - 1 is max resolution), return the level that contains actual data that is no lower resolution.

Parameters:

level – desired level

Returns level:

a level with actual data that is no lower resolution.

getRegion(format: str | Tuple[str] = ('image',), **kwargs) Tuple[ndarray | Image | ImageBytes | bytes | Path, str][source]

Get a rectangular region from the current tile source. Aspect ratio is preserved. If neither width nor height is given, the original size of the highest resolution level is used. If both are given, the returned image will be no larger than either size.

Parameters:
  • format – the desired format or a tuple of allowed formats. Formats are members of (TILE_FORMAT_PIL, TILE_FORMAT_NUMPY, TILE_FORMAT_IMAGE). If TILE_FORMAT_IMAGE, encoding may be specified.

  • kwargs – optional arguments. Some options are region, output, encoding, jpegQuality, jpegSubsampling, tiffCompression, fill. See tileIterator.

Returns:

regionData, formatOrRegionMime: the image data and either the mime type, if the format is TILE_FORMAT_IMAGE, or the format.

getRegionAtAnotherScale(sourceRegion: Dict[str, Any], sourceScale: Dict[str, float] | None = None, targetScale: Dict[str, float] | None = None, targetUnits: str | None = None, **kwargs) Tuple[ndarray | Image | ImageBytes | bytes | Path, str][source]

This takes the same parameters and returns the same results as getRegion, except instead of region and scale, it takes sourceRegion, sourceScale, targetScale, and targetUnits. These parameters are the same as convertRegionScale. See those two functions for parameter definitions.

getSingleTile(*args, **kwargs) LazyTileDict | None[source]

Return any single tile from an iterator. This takes exactly the same parameters as tileIterator. Use tile_position to get a specific tile, otherwise the first tile is returned.

Returns:

a tile dictionary or None.

getSingleTileAtAnotherScale(*args, **kwargs) LazyTileDict | None[source]

Return any single tile from a rescaled iterator. This takes exactly the same parameters as tileIteratorAtAnotherScale. Use tile_position to get a specific tile, otherwise the first tile is returned.

Returns:

a tile dictionary or None.

getState() str[source]

Return a string reflecting the state of the tile source. This is used as part of a cache key when hashing function return values.

Returns:

a string hash value of the source state.

getThumbnail(width: str | int | None = None, height: str | int | None = None, **kwargs) Tuple[ndarray | Image | ImageBytes | bytes | Path, str][source]

Get a basic thumbnail from the current tile source. Aspect ratio is preserved. If neither width nor height is given, a default value is used. If both are given, the thumbnail will be no larger than either size. A thumbnail has the same options as a region except that it always includes the entire image and has a default size of 256 x 256.

Parameters:
  • width – maximum width in pixels.

  • height – maximum height in pixels.

  • kwargs – optional arguments. Some options are encoding, jpegQuality, jpegSubsampling, and tiffCompression.

Returns:

thumbData, thumbMime: the image data and the mime type.

getTile(x, y, z, pilImageAllowed=False, numpyAllowed=False, sparseFallback=False, frame=None)[source]

Get a tile from a tile source, returning it as an binary image, a PIL image, or a numpy array.

Parameters:
  • x – the 0-based x position of the tile on the specified z level. 0 is left.

  • y – the 0-based y position of the tile on the specified z level. 0 is top.

  • z – the z level of the tile. May range from [0, self.levels], where 0 is the lowest resolution, single tile for the whole source.

  • pilImageAllowed – True if a PIL image may be returned.

  • numpyAllowed – True if a numpy image may be returned. ‘always’ to return a numpy array.

  • sparseFallback – if False and a tile doesn’t exist, raise an error. If True, check if a lower resolution tile exists, and, if so, interpolate the needed data for this tile.

  • frame – the frame number within the tile source. None is the same as 0 for multi-frame sources.

Returns:

either a numpy array, a PIL image, or a memory object with an image file.

getTileCount(*args, **kwargs) int[source]

Return the number of tiles that the tileIterator will return. See tileIterator for parameters.

Returns:

the number of tiles that the tileIterator will yield.

getTileMimeType() str[source]

Return the default mimetype for image tiles.

Returns:

the mime type of the tile.

histogram(dtype: dtype[Any] | None | type[Any] | _SupportsDType[dtype[Any]] | str | tuple[Any, int] | tuple[Any, SupportsIndex | Sequence[SupportsIndex]] | list[Any] | _DTypeDict | tuple[Any, Any] = None, onlyMinMax: bool = False, bins: int = 256, density: bool = False, format: Any = None, *args, **kwargs) Dict[str, ndarray | List[Dict[str, Any]]][source]

Get a histogram for a region.

Parameters:
  • dtype – if specified, the tiles must be this numpy.dtype.

  • onlyMinMax – if True, only return the minimum and maximum value of the region.

  • bins – the number of bins in the histogram. This is passed to numpy.histogram, but needs to produce the same set of edges for each tile.

  • density – if True, scale the results based on the number of samples.

  • format – ignored. Used to override the format for the tileIterator.

  • range – if None, use the computed min and (max + 1). Otherwise, this is the range passed to numpy.histogram. Note this is only accessible via kwargs as it otherwise overloads the range function. If ‘round’, use the computed values, but the number of bins may be reduced or the bin_edges rounded to integer values for integer-based source data.

  • args – parameters to pass to the tileIterator.

  • kwargs – parameters to pass to the tileIterator.

Returns:

if onlyMinMax is true, this is a dictionary with keys min and max, each of which is a numpy array with the minimum and maximum of all of the bands. If onlyMinMax is False, this is a dictionary with a single key ‘histogram’ that contains a list of histograms per band. Each entry is a dictionary with min, max, range, hist, bins, and bin_edges. range is [min, (max + 1)]. hist is the counts (normalized if density is True) for each bin. bins is the number of bins used. bin_edges is an array one longer than the hist array that contains the boundaries between bins.

levels: int
property metadata: JSONDict
mimeTypes: Dict[str | None, SourcePriority] = {None: SourcePriority.FALLBACK}
name = None
nameMatches: Dict[str, SourcePriority] = {}
newPriority: SourcePriority | None = None
sizeX: int
sizeY: int
property style
tileFrames(format: str | Tuple[str] = ('image',), frameList: List[int] | None = None, framesAcross: int | None = None, max_workers: int | None = -4, **kwargs) Tuple[ndarray | Image | ImageBytes | bytes | Path, str][source]

Given the parameters for getRegion, plus a list of frames and the number of frames across, make a larger image composed of a region from each listed frame composited together.

Parameters:
  • format – the desired format or a tuple of allowed formats. Formats are members of (TILE_FORMAT_PIL, TILE_FORMAT_NUMPY, TILE_FORMAT_IMAGE). If TILE_FORMAT_IMAGE, encoding may be specified.

  • frameList – None for all frames, or a list of 0-based integers.

  • framesAcross – the number of frames across the final image. If unspecified, this is the ceiling of sqrt(number of frames in frame list).

  • kwargs – optional arguments. Some options are region, output, encoding, jpegQuality, jpegSubsampling, tiffCompression, fill. See tileIterator.

  • max_workers – maximum workers for parallelism. If negative, use the minimum of the absolute value of this number or multiprocessing.cpu_count().

Returns:

regionData, formatOrRegionMime: the image data and either the mime type, if the format is TILE_FORMAT_IMAGE, or the format.

tileHeight: int
tileIterator(format: str | Tuple[str] = ('numpy',), resample: bool = True, **kwargs) Iterator[LazyTileDict][source]

Iterate on all tiles in the specified region at the specified scale. Each tile is returned as part of a dictionary that includes

x, y:

(left, top) coordinates in current magnification pixels

width, height:

size of current tile in current magnification pixels

tile:

cropped tile image

format:

format of the tile

level:

level of the current tile

level_x, level_y:

the tile reference number within the level. Tiles are numbered (0, 0), (1, 0), (2, 0), etc. The 0th tile yielded may not be (0, 0) if a region is specified.

tile_position:

a dictionary of the tile position within the iterator, containing:

level_x, level_y:

the tile reference number within the level.

region_x, region_y:

0, 0 is the first tile in the full iteration (when not restricting the iteration to a single tile).

position:

a 0-based value for the tile within the full iteration.

iterator_range:

a dictionary of the output range of the iterator:

level_x_min, level_x_max:

the tiles that are be included during the full iteration: [layer_x_min, layer_x_max).

level_y_min, level_y_max:

the tiles that are be included during the full iteration: [layer_y_min, layer_y_max).

region_x_max, region_y_max:

the number of tiles included during the full iteration. This is layer_x_max - layer_x_min, layer_y_max - layer_y_min.

position:

the total number of tiles included in the full iteration. This is region_x_max * region_y_max.

magnification:

magnification of the current tile

mm_x, mm_y:

size of the current tile pixel in millimeters.

gx, gy:

(left, top) coordinates in maximum-resolution pixels

gwidth, gheight:

size of of the current tile in maximum-resolution pixels.

tile_overlap:

the amount of overlap with neighboring tiles (left, top, right, and bottom). Overlap never extends outside of the requested region.

If a region that includes partial tiles is requested, those tiles are cropped appropriately. Most images will have tiles that get cropped along the right and bottom edges in any case. If an exact magnification or scale is requested, no tiles will be returned.

Parameters:
  • format – the desired format or a tuple of allowed formats. Formats are members of (TILE_FORMAT_PIL, TILE_FORMAT_NUMPY, TILE_FORMAT_IMAGE). If TILE_FORMAT_IMAGE, encoding must be specified.

  • resample

    If True or one of PIL.Image.Resampling.NEAREST, LANCZOS, BILINEAR, or BICUBIC to resample tiles that are not the target output size. Tiles that are resampled will have additional dictionary entries of:

    scaled:

    the scaling factor that was applied (less than 1 is downsampled).

    tile_x, tile_y:

    (left, top) coordinates before scaling

    tile_width, tile_height:

    size of the current tile before scaling.

    tile_magnification:

    magnification of the current tile before scaling.

    tile_mm_x, tile_mm_y:

    size of a pixel in a tile in millimeters before scaling.

    Note that scipy.misc.imresize uses PIL internally.

  • region

    a dictionary of optional values which specify the part of the image to process:

    left:

    the left edge (inclusive) of the region to process.

    top:

    the top edge (inclusive) of the region to process.

    right:

    the right edge (exclusive) of the region to process.

    bottom:

    the bottom edge (exclusive) of the region to process.

    width:

    the width of the region to process.

    height:

    the height of the region to process.

    units:

    either ‘base_pixels’ (default), ‘pixels’, ‘mm’, or ‘fraction’. base_pixels are in maximum resolution pixels. pixels is in the specified magnification pixels. mm is in the specified magnification scale. fraction is a scale of 0 to 1. pixels and mm are only available if the magnification and mm per pixel are defined for the image.

  • output

    a dictionary of optional values which specify the size of the output.

    maxWidth:

    maximum width in pixels. If either maxWidth or maxHeight is specified, magnification, mm_x, and mm_y are ignored.

    maxHeight:

    maximum height in pixels.

  • scale

    a dictionary of optional values which specify the scale of the region and / or output. This applies to region if pixels or mm are used for inits. It applies to output if neither output maxWidth nor maxHeight is specified.

    magnification:

    the magnification ratio. Only used if maxWidth and maxHeight are not specified or None.

    mm_x:

    the horizontal size of a pixel in millimeters.

    mm_y:

    the vertical size of a pixel in millimeters.

    exact:

    if True, only a level that matches exactly will be returned. This is only applied if magnification, mm_x, or mm_y is used.

  • tile_position – if present, either a number to only yield the (tile_position)th tile [0 to (xmax - min) * (ymax - ymin)) that the iterator would yield, or a dictionary of {region_x, region_y} to yield that tile, where 0, 0 is the first tile yielded, and xmax - xmin - 1, ymax - ymin - 1 is the last tile yielded, or a dictionary of {level_x, level_y} to yield that specific tile if it is in the region.

  • tile_size

    if present, retile the output to the specified tile size. If only width or only height is specified, the resultant tiles will be square. This is a dictionary containing at least one of:

    width:

    the desired tile width.

    height:

    the desired tile height.

  • tile_overlap

    if present, retile the output adding a symmetric overlap to the tiles. If either x or y is not specified, it defaults to zero. The overlap does not change the tile size, only the stride of the tiles. This is a dictionary containing:

    x:

    the horizontal overlap in pixels.

    y:

    the vertical overlap in pixels.

    edges:

    if True, then the edge tiles will exclude the overlap distance. If unset or False, the edge tiles are full size.

    The overlap is conceptually split between the two sides of the tile. This is only relevant to where overlap is reported or if edges is True

    As an example, suppose an image that is 8 pixels across (01234567) and a tile size of 5 is requested with an overlap of 4. If the edges option is False (the default), the following tiles are returned: 01234, 12345, 23456, 34567. Each tile reports its overlap, and the non-overlapped area of each tile is 012, 3, 4, 567. If the edges option is True, the tiles returned are: 012, 0123, 01234, 12345, 23456, 34567, 4567, 567, with the non-overlapped area of each as 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.

  • tile_offset

    if present, adjust tile positions so that the corner of one tile is at the specified location.

    left:

    the left offset in pixels.

    top:

    the top offset in pixels.

    auto:

    a boolean, if True, automatically set the offset to align with the region’s left and top.

  • encoding – if format includes TILE_FORMAT_IMAGE, a valid PIL encoding (typically ‘PNG’, ‘JPEG’, or ‘TIFF’) or ‘TILED’ (identical to TIFF). Must also be in the TileOutputMimeTypes map.

  • jpegQuality – the quality to use when encoding a JPEG.

  • jpegSubsampling – the subsampling level to use when encoding a JPEG.

  • tiffCompression – the compression format when encoding a TIFF. This is usually ‘raw’, ‘tiff_lzw’, ‘jpeg’, or ‘tiff_adobe_deflate’. Some of these are aliased: ‘none’, ‘lzw’, ‘deflate’.

  • frame – the frame number within the tile source. None is the same as 0 for multi-frame sources.

  • kwargs – optional arguments.

Yields:

an iterator that returns a dictionary as listed above.

tileIteratorAtAnotherScale(sourceRegion: Dict[str, Any], sourceScale: Dict[str, float] | None = None, targetScale: Dict[str, float] | None = None, targetUnits: str | None = None, **kwargs) Iterator[LazyTileDict][source]

This takes the same parameters and returns the same results as tileIterator, except instead of region and scale, it takes sourceRegion, sourceScale, targetScale, and targetUnits. These parameters are the same as convertRegionScale. See those two functions for parameter definitions.

tileWidth: int
wrapKey(*args, **kwargs) str[source]

Return a key for a tile source and function parameters that can be used as a unique cache key.

Parameters:
  • args – arguments to add to the hash.

  • kwaths – arguments to add to the hash.

Returns:

a cache key.

exception large_image.tilesource.TileSourceAssetstoreError[source]

Bases: TileSourceError

large_image.tilesource.TileSourceAssetstoreException

alias of TileSourceAssetstoreError

exception large_image.tilesource.TileSourceError[source]

Bases: TileGeneralError

large_image.tilesource.TileSourceException

alias of TileSourceError

exception large_image.tilesource.TileSourceFileNotFoundError(*args, **kwargs)[source]

Bases: TileSourceError, FileNotFoundError

large_image.tilesource.canRead(*args, **kwargs) bool[source]

Check if large_image can read a path or uri.

If there is no intention to open the image immediately, conisder adding noCache=True to the kwargs to avoid cycling the cache unnecessarily.

Returns:

True if any appropriate source reports it can read the path or uri.

large_image.tilesource.dictToEtree(d: Dict[str, Any], root: Element | None = None) Element[source]

Convert a dictionary in the style produced by etreeToDict back to an etree. Make an xml string via xml.etree.ElementTree.tostring(dictToEtree( dictionary), encoding=’utf8’, method=’xml’). Note that this function and etreeToDict are not perfect conversions; numerical values are quoted in xml. Plain key-value pairs are ambiguous whether they should be attributes or text values. Text fields are collected together.

Parameters:

d – a dictionary.

Prarm root:

the root node to attach this dictionary to.

Returns:

an etree.

large_image.tilesource.etreeToDict(t: Element) Dict[str, Any][source]

Convert an xml etree to a nested dictionary without schema names in the keys. If you have an xml string, this can be converted to a dictionary via xml.etree.etreeToDict(ElementTree.fromstring(xml_string)).

Parameters:

t – an etree.

Returns:

a python dictionary with the results.

large_image.tilesource.getSourceNameFromDict(availableSources: Dict[str, Type[FileTileSource]], pathOrUri: str | PosixPath, mimeType: str | None = None, *args, **kwargs) str | None[source]

Get a tile source based on a ordered dictionary of known sources and a path name or URI. Additional parameters are passed to the tile source and can be used for properties such as encoding.

Parameters:
  • availableSources – an ordered dictionary of sources to try.

  • pathOrUri – either a file path or a fixed source via large_image://<source>.

  • mimeType – the mimetype of the file, if known.

Returns:

the name of a tile source that can read the input, or None if there is no such source.

large_image.tilesource.getTileSource(*args, **kwargs) FileTileSource[source]

Get a tilesource using the known sources. If tile sources have not yet been loaded, load them.

Returns:

A tilesource for the passed arguments.

large_image.tilesource.listExtensions(availableSources: Dict[str, Type[FileTileSource]] | None = None) List[str][source]

Get a list of all known extensions.

Parameters:

availableSources – an ordered dictionary of sources to try.

Returns:

a list of extensions (without leading dots).

large_image.tilesource.listMimeTypes(availableSources: Dict[str, Type[FileTileSource]] | None = None) List[str][source]

Get a list of all known mime types.

Parameters:

availableSources – an ordered dictionary of sources to try.

Returns:

a list of mime types.

large_image.tilesource.listSources(availableSources: Dict[str, Type[FileTileSource]] | None = None) Dict[str, Dict[str, Any]][source]

Get a dictionary with all sources, all known extensions, and all known mimetypes.

Parameters:

availableSources – an ordered dictionary of sources to try.

Returns:

a dictionary with sources, extensions, and mimeTypes. The extensions and mimeTypes list their matching sources in priority order. The sources list their supported extensions and mimeTypes with their priority.

large_image.tilesource.nearPowerOfTwo(val1: float, val2: float, tolerance: float = 0.02) bool[source]

Check if two values are different by nearly a power of two.

Parameters:
  • val1 – the first value to check.

  • val2 – the second value to check.

  • tolerance – the maximum difference in the log2 ratio’s mantissa.

Returns:

True if the values are nearly a power of two different from each other; false otherwise.

large_image.tilesource.new(*args, **kwargs) TileSource[source]

Create a new image.

TODO: add specific arguments to choose a source based on criteria.

large_image.tilesource.open(*args, **kwargs) FileTileSource[source]

Alternate name of getTileSource.

Get a tilesource using the known sources. If tile sources have not yet been loaded, load them.

Returns:

A tilesource for the passed arguments.