Wrapper

This module provides a wrapper that will work for any OMF data object or project files.

Example Use

Use the wrapper provided in omfvista to wrap any omf data object:

import omfvista

omfvista.wrap(data)

Here’s an example using the sample data hosted in the OMF repository.

import omf
import omfvista

# Read all elements
reader = omf.OMFReader('test_file.omf')
project = reader.get_project()

# Iterate over the elements and add converted VTK objects to dictionary:
data = dict()
for e in project.elements:
    d = omfvista.wrap(e)
    data[e.name] = d

Or better yet, just use the project loader:

import omfvista
data = omfvista.load_project('test_file.omf')

Load Project File

omfvista.wrapper.load_project(filename)[source]

Loads an OMF project file into a pyvista.MultiBlock dataset

Project to VTK

omfvista.wrapper.project_to_vtk(project)[source]

Converts an OMF project (omf.base.Project) to a pyvista.MultiBlock data boject

The Wrapper

omfvista.wrapper.wrap(data, origin=0.0, 0.0, 0.0)[source]

Wraps the OMF data object/project as a VTK data object. This is the primary function that an end user will harness.

Parameters

data – any OMF data object

Example

>>> import omf
>>> import omfvista
>>> # Read all elements
>>> reader = omf.OMFReader('test_file.omf')
>>> project = reader.get_project()
>>> # Iterate over the elements and add converted VTK objects to dictionary:
>>> data = dict()
>>> for e in project.elements:
>>>     d = omfvista.wrap(e)
>>>     data[e.name] = d