Source code for ooodev.calc.calc_charts

from __future__ import annotations
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING
import uno

from ooodev.mock import mock_g
from ooodev.utils.context.lo_context import LoContext
from ooodev.exceptions import ex as mEx
from ooodev.adapter.table.table_charts_comp import TableChartsComp
from ooodev.utils import gen_util as mGenUtil
from ooodev.loader import lo as mLo
from ooodev.loader.inst.lo_inst import LoInst
from ooodev.utils.partial.lo_inst_props_partial import LoInstPropsPartial
from ooodev.utils.partial.qi_partial import QiPartial
from ooodev.utils.partial.service_partial import ServicePartial
from ooodev.utils.data_type.range_obj import RangeObj
from ooodev.utils.kind.chart2_types import ChartTypes as ChartTypes
from import chart2 as mCharts
from ooodev.utils.color import CommonColor
from ooodev.calc.chart2.table_chart import TableChart
from ooodev.calc.partial.calc_doc_prop_partial import CalcDocPropPartial
from ooodev.calc.partial.calc_sheet_prop_partial import CalcSheetPropPartial

    from import XTableCharts
    from ooodev.utils.color import Color
    from ooodev.calc.calc_sheet import CalcSheet
    from ooodev.utils.kind.chart2_types import ChartTemplateBase

[docs]class CalcCharts( LoInstPropsPartial, TableChartsComp, QiPartial, ServicePartial, CalcSheetPropPartial, CalcDocPropPartial ): """ Class for managing Calc Charts. .. versionadded:: 0.26.1. """
[docs] def __init__(self, owner: CalcSheet, charts: XTableCharts, lo_inst: LoInst | None = None) -> None: """ Constructor Args: owner (CalcDoc): Owner Document sheet (XSpreadsheet): Sheet instance. """ if lo_inst is None: lo_inst = mLo.Lo.current_lo LoInstPropsPartial.__init__(self, lo_inst=lo_inst) TableChartsComp.__init__(self, component=charts) # type: ignore QiPartial.__init__(self, component=charts, lo_inst=self.lo_inst) ServicePartial.__init__(self, component=charts, lo_inst=self.lo_inst) CalcSheetPropPartial.__init__(self, obj=owner) CalcDocPropPartial.__init__(self, obj=owner.calc_doc)
# region Iterable and Index Access
[docs] def __next__(self) -> TableChart: """ Gets the next chart. Returns: TableChart: The next chart. """ return TableChart(owner=self.calc_sheet, component=super().__next__(), lo_inst=self.lo_inst)
[docs] def __getitem__(self, index: str | int) -> TableChart: """ Gets the chart at the specified index or name. This is short hand for ``get_by_index()`` or ``get_by_name()``. Args: key (key, str, int): The index or name of the chart. When getting by index can be a negative value to get from the end. Returns: TableChart: The chart with the specified index or name. See Also: - :py:meth:`~ooodev.calc.CalcCharts.get_by_index` - :py:meth:`~ooodev.calc.CalcCharts.get_by_name` """ if isinstance(index, int): return self.get_by_index(index) return self.get_by_name(index)
[docs] def __len__(self) -> int: """ Gets the number of charts in the document. Returns: int: Number of charts in the document. """ return self.component.getCount()
[docs] def __delitem__(self, _item: int | str | TableChart) -> None: """ Removes a chart from the document. Args: _item (int | str, TableChart): Index, name, or TableChart to remove. Raises: TypeError: If the item is not a supported type. """ # using remove_sheet here instead of remove_by_name. This will force Calc module event to be fired. if isinstance(_item, str): self.remove_by_name(_item) elif isinstance(_item, TableChart): self.remove_by_name( elif isinstance(_item, int): tc = self.get_by_index(idx=_item) self.remove_by_name( else: raise TypeError(f"Invalid type for __delitem__: {type(_item)}")
def _get_index(self, idx: int, allow_greater: bool = False) -> int: """ Gets the index. Args: idx (int): Index of sheet. Can be a negative value to index from the end of the list. allow_greater (bool, optional): If True and index is greater then the number of sheets then the index becomes the next index if sheet were appended. Defaults to False. Returns: int: Index value. """ count = len(self) return mGenUtil.Util.get_index(idx, count, allow_greater) # endregion Iterable and Index Access # region XIndexAccess overrides
[docs] def get_by_index(self, idx: int) -> TableChart: """ Gets the element at the specified index. Args: idx (int): The Zero-based index of the element. Idx can be a negative value to index from the end of the list. For example, -1 will return the last element. Returns: CalcSheet: The element at the specified index. """ index = self._get_index(idx) result = super().get_by_index(index) return TableChart(owner=self.calc_sheet, component=result, lo_inst=self.lo_inst)
# endregion XIndexAccess overrides # region XNameAccess overrides
[docs] def get_by_name(self, name: str) -> TableChart: """ Gets the element with the specified name. Args: name (str): The name of the element. Raises: MissingNameError: If sheet is not found. Returns: CalcSheet: The element with the specified name. """ if not self.has_by_name(name): raise mEx.MissingNameError(f"Unable to find sheet with name '{name}'") result = super().get_by_name(name) return TableChart(owner=self.calc_sheet, component=result, lo_inst=self.lo_inst)
# endregion XNameAccess overrides
[docs] def insert_chart( self, *, rng_obj: RangeObj | None = None, cell_name: str = "", width: int = 16, height: int = 9, diagram_name: ChartTemplateBase | str = "Column", color_bg: Color | None = CommonColor.PALE_BLUE, color_wall: Color | None = CommonColor.LIGHT_BLUE, **kwargs, ) -> TableChart: """ Insert a new chart. Args: rng_obj (RangeObj, optional): Cell range object. Defaults to current selected cells. cell_name (str, optional): Cell name such as ``A1``. width (int, optional): Width. Default ``16``. height (int, optional): Height. Default ``9``. diagram_name (ChartTemplateBase | str): Diagram Name. Defaults to ``Column``. color_bg (:py:data:`~.utils.color.Color`, optional): Color Background. Defaults to ``CommonColor.PALE_BLUE``. If set to ``None`` then no color is applied. color_wall (:py:data:`~.utils.color.Color`, optional): Color Wall. Defaults to ``CommonColor.LIGHT_BLUE``. If set to ``None`` then no color is applied. Keyword Arguments: chart_name (str, optional): Chart name is_row (bool, optional): Determines if the data is row data or column data. first_cell_as_label (bool, optional): Set is first row is to be used as a label. set_data_point_labels (bool, optional): Determines if the data point labels are set. Raises: ChartError: If error occurs Returns: TableChart: Chart Document that was created and inserted into the sheet. Note: **Keyword Arguments** are to mostly be ignored. If finer control over chart creation is needed then **Keyword Arguments** can be used. Note: See **Open Office Wiki** - `The Structure of Charts <>`__ for more information. See Also: - :py:meth:`` - :ref:`ooodev.utils.kind.chart2_types` """ # pylint: disable=import-outside-toplevel from import Chart2 # from ..utils.kind.chart2_types import ChartTemplateBase, ChartTypeNameBase, ChartTypes as ChartTypes if rng_obj is None: cr = None else: cr = rng_obj.get_cell_range_address() with LoContext(self.lo_inst): _ = Chart2.insert_chart( sheet=self.calc_sheet.component, cells_range=cr, cell_name=cell_name, width=width, height=height, diagram_name=diagram_name, color_bg=color_bg, color_wall=color_wall, **kwargs, ) return self.get_by_index(-1)
[docs] def remove_chart(self, chart_name: str) -> bool: """ Removes a chart from Spreadsheet. Args: sheet (XSpreadsheet): Spreadsheet chart_name (str): Chart Name Returns: bool: ``True`` if chart was removed; Otherwise, ``False`` """ return mCharts.Chart2.remove_chart(sheet=self.calc_sheet.component, chart_name=chart_name)
[docs] def clear(self) -> None: """ Removes all charts from the sheet. """ names = set() for chart in self: names.add( for name in names: self.remove_chart(chart_name=name)
if mock_g.FULL_IMPORT: from import Chart2