Source code for hydrofunctions.helpers

"""
hydrofunctions.helpers
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

This module holds functions designed to help out the user in an IPython
session.

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"""
from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function, division, unicode_literals
from IPython.core.display import HTML


[docs]def draw_map(width=700, height=400, url="http://hydrocloud.org"): """Draws a map of stream gages in a Jupyter Notebook. This function will draw an interactive map of stream gages from hydrocloud.org into an iframe and display it in a Jupyter Notebook. Each dot represents a stream gage. Click on the dot to learn its name, which you can use to request data. Args: width (int): The width of the map iframe. height (int): The height of the map iframe. url (str): The URL to put inside of the IFrame. Defaults to\ https://hydrocloud.org Returns: HTML display object. **Example:** >>> import hydrofunctions as hf >>> hf.draw_map() A map appears. >>> hf.draw_map(width=900, height=600) Draws a larger map. """ # TODO: # use ipywidgets to allow users to click on the map, and this will # return a value that can be used in another IPython cell. This # feature would allow the map to act as an interactive site selection # tool. output = HTML( '<p>Use <a href="http://hydrocloud.org" target="_blank">' "HydroCloud.org</a> to find a stream gauge. " "Click on the dots to learn more about a site.</p>" "<iframe src=http://hydrocloud.org/ width={} height={}>" "</iframe>".format(width, height) ) return output
[docs]def count_number_of_truthy(my_list): return sum(bool(item) for item in my_list)