Source code for swh.scanner.plot

# Copyright (C) 2020  The Software Heritage developers
# See the AUTHORS file at the top-level directory of this distribution
# License: GNU General Public License version 3, or any later version
# See top-level LICENSE file for more information

The purpose of this module is to display and to interact with the result of the
scanner contained in the model.

The `sunburst` function generates a navigable sunburst chart from the
directories information retrieved from the model. The chart displays for
each directory the total number of files and the percentage of file known.

The size of the directory is defined by the total number of contents whereas
the color gradient is generated relying on the percentage of contents known.

from typing import List, Dict, Tuple
from pathlib import PosixPath

from plotly.offline import offline  # type: ignore
import plotly.graph_objects as go  # type: ignore
import pandas as pd  # type: ignore
import numpy as np  # type: ignore

[docs]def build_hierarchical_df( dirs_dataframe: pd.DataFrame, levels: List[str], metrics_columns: List[str], root_name: str, ) -> pd.DataFrame: """ Build a hierarchy of levels for Sunburst or Treemap charts. For each directory the new dataframe will have the following information: id: the directory name parent: the parent directory of id contents: the total number of contents of the directory id and the relative subdirectories known: the percentage of contents known relative to computed 'contents' Example: Given the following dataframe: .. code-block:: none lev0 lev1 contents known '' '' 20 2 //root kernel kernel/subdirker 5 0 telnet telnet/subdirtel 10 4 The output hierarchical dataframe will be like the following: .. code-block:: none id parent contents known 20 10.00 kernel/subdirker kernel 5 0.00 telnet/subdirtel telnet 10 40.00 total 20 10.00 kernel total 5 0.00 telnet total 10 40.00 total 35 17.14 To create the hierarchical dataframe we need to iterate through the dataframe given in input relying on the number of levels. Based on the previous example we have to do two iterations: iteration 1 The generated dataframe 'df_tree' will be: .. code-block:: none id parent contents known 20 10.0 kernel/subdirker kernel 5 0.0 telnet/subdirtel telnet 10 40.0 iteration 2 The generated dataframe 'df_tree' will be: .. code-block:: none id parent contents known total 20 10.0 kernel total 5 0.0 telnet total 10 40.0 Note that since we have reached the last level, the parent given to the directory id is the directory root. The 'total' row il computed by adding the number of contents of the dataframe given in input and the average of the contents known on the total number of contents. """ def compute_known_percentage(contents: pd.Series, known: pd.Series) -> pd.Series: """This function compute the percentage of known contents and generate the new known column with the percentage values. It also assures that if there is no contents inside a directory the percentage is zero """ known_values = [] for idx, content_val in enumerate(contents): if content_val == 0: known_values.append(0) else: percentage = known[idx] / contents[idx] * 100 known_values.append(percentage) return pd.Series(np.array(known_values)) complete_df = pd.DataFrame(columns=["id", "parent", "contents", "known"]) # revert the level order to start from the deepest levels = [level for level in reversed(levels)] contents_col = metrics_columns[0] known_col = metrics_columns[1] df_tree_list = [] for i, level in enumerate(levels): df_tree = pd.DataFrame(columns=["id", "parent", "contents", "known"]) dfg = dirs_dataframe.groupby(levels[i:]).sum() dfg = dfg.reset_index() df_tree["id"] = dfg[level].copy() if i < len(levels) - 1: # copy the parent directories (one level above) df_tree["parent"] = dfg[levels[i + 1]].copy() else: # last level reached df_tree["parent"] = root_name # copy the contents column df_tree["contents"] = dfg[contents_col] # compute the percentage relative to the contents df_tree["known"] = compute_known_percentage(dfg[contents_col], dfg[known_col]) df_tree_list.append(df_tree) complete_df = complete_df.append(df_tree_list, ignore_index=True) # create the main parent total_contents = dirs_dataframe[contents_col].sum() total_known = dirs_dataframe[known_col].sum() total_avg = total_known / total_contents * 100 total = pd.Series( dict(id=root_name, parent="", contents=total_contents, known=total_avg) ) complete_df = complete_df.append(total, ignore_index=True) return complete_df
[docs]def compute_max_depth(dirs_path: List[PosixPath], root: PosixPath) -> int: """Compute the maximum depth level of the given directory paths. Example: for `var/log/kernel/` the depth level is 3 """ max_depth = 0 for dir_path in dirs_path: if dir_path == root: continue dir_depth = len( if dir_depth > max_depth: max_depth = dir_depth return max_depth
[docs]def generate_df_from_dirs( dirs: Dict[PosixPath, Tuple[int, int]], columns: List[str], root: PosixPath, max_depth: int, ) -> pd.DataFrame: """Generate a dataframe from the directories given in input. Example: given the following directories as input .. code-block:: python dirs = { '/var/log/': (23, 2), '/var/log/kernel': (5, 0), '/var/log/telnet': (10, 3) } The generated dataframe will be: .. code-block:: none lev0 lev1 lev2 contents known 'var' 'var/log' '' 23 2 'var' 'var/log' 'var/log/kernel' 5 0 'var' 'var/log' 'var/log/telnet' 10 3 """ def get_parents(path: PosixPath): parts =[1:] if[0] == "/" else for i in range(1, len(parts) + 1): yield "/".join(parts[0:i]) def get_dirs_array(): for dir_path, contents_info in dirs.items(): empty_lvl = max_depth - len( if dir_path == root: # ignore the root but store contents information yield [""] * (max_depth) + list(contents_info) else: yield list(get_parents(dir_path)) + [""] * empty_lvl + list( contents_info ) df = pd.DataFrame( np.array([dir_array for dir_array in get_dirs_array()]), columns=columns ) df["contents"] = pd.to_numeric(df["contents"]) df["known"] = pd.to_numeric(df["known"]) return df
[docs]def sunburst(directories: Dict[PosixPath, Tuple[int, int]], root: PosixPath) -> None: """Show the sunburst chart from the directories given in input. """ max_depth = compute_max_depth(list(directories.keys()), root) metrics_columns = ["contents", "known"] levels_columns = ["lev" + str(i) for i in range(max_depth)] df_columns = levels_columns + metrics_columns dirs_df = generate_df_from_dirs(directories, df_columns, root, max_depth) hierarchical_df = build_hierarchical_df( dirs_df, levels_columns, metrics_columns, str(root) ) known_avg = dirs_df["known"].sum() / dirs_df["contents"].sum() fig = go.Figure() fig.add_trace( go.Sunburst( labels=hierarchical_df["id"], parents=hierarchical_df["parent"], values=hierarchical_df["contents"], branchvalues="total", marker=dict( colors=hierarchical_df["known"], colorscale="RdBu", cmid=known_avg ), hovertemplate="""<b>%{label}</b> <br>Files: %{value} <br>Known: <b>%{color:.2f}%</b>""", name="", ) ) offline.plot(fig, filename="sunburst.html")