schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models module

class schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.MatchCompoundsBy(value)

Bases: schrodinger.models.jsonable.JsonableEnum

An enumeration.

structure = 'Structure or Imported Corporate ID'
corp_id = 'Corporate ID'
class schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.LDDestination(*args, _param_type=<object object>, **kwargs)

Bases: schrodinger.models.parameters.CompoundParam

Parameters specifying the destination of the exported data, both LiveDesign server and live report.

host: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
proj_id: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
proj_name: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
lr_id: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
lr_name: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
lr_template_id: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
DataClass

This class can be used to declare a public attribute on a CompoundParam. Declared public attributes can be used without error.

Example usage:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int
    note = NonParamAttribute()

coord = Coord()
coord.note = "hello" # No error
__init__(default_value=<object object>, _param_type=<object object>, **kwargs)
classmethod addSubParam(name, param, update_owner=True)
blockSignals(self, b: bool) bool
block_signal_propagation()
childEvent(self, a0: QChildEvent)
children(self) List[QObject]
classmethod configureParam()

Override this class method to set up the abstract param class (e.g. setParamReference on child params.)

connectNotify(self, signal: QMetaMethod)
customEvent(self, a0: QEvent)
classmethod defaultValue()

Returns the default value for this abstract param:

default_atom = Atom.defaultValue()
assert Atom.coord.x == 0
deleteLater(self)
destroyed

destroyed(self, object: typing.Optional[QObject] = None) [signal]

disconnect(a0: QMetaObject.Connection) bool
disconnect(self) None
disconnectNotify(self, signal: QMetaMethod)
dumpObjectInfo(self)
dumpObjectTree(self)
dynamicPropertyNames(self) List[QByteArray]
event(self, a0: QEvent) bool
eventFilter(self, a0: QObject, a1: QEvent) bool
findChild(self, type: type, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) QObject
findChild(self, types: Tuple, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) QObject
findChildren(self, type: type, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, types: Tuple, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, type: type, re: QRegularExpression, options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, types: Tuple, re: QRegularExpression, options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
classmethod fromJson(json_obj)

A factory method which constructs a new object from a given dict loaded from a json string or file.

Parameters

json_obj (dict) – A json-loaded dictionary to create an object from.

Returns

An instance of this class.

Return type

cls

classmethod fromJsonImplementation(json_dict)

Sets the value of this compound param value object from a JSON dict.

Warning

This should never be called directly.

getAbstractParam()

Return the corresponding abstract param for this instance.

classmethod getJsonBlacklist()

Override to customize what params are serialized.

Implementations should return a list of abstract params that should be omitted from serialization.

..NOTE

Returned abstract params must be direct child params of cls, e.g. cls.name, not cls.coord.x.

classmethod getParamSignal(obj, signal_type='Changed')
classmethod getParamValue(obj)

Enables access to a param value on a compound param via an abstract param reference:

a = Atom()
assert Atom.coord.x.getParamValue(a) == 0 # ints default to 0
a.coord.x = 3
assert Atom.coord.x.getParamValue(a) == 3
Parameters

param (CompoundParam) – The owner param to get a param value from

classmethod getSubParam(name)

Get the value of a subparam using the string name:

c = Coord()
assert c.getSubParam('x') == 0

Note

Using the string name to access params is generally discouraged, but can be useful for serializing/deserializing param data.

Parameters

name (str) – The name of the subparam to get the value for.

classmethod getSubParams()

Return a dictionary mapping subparam names to their values.

getTypeHint()
get_version()

Method to get the version of a particular object. Defaults to the current version of mmshare. This class can be overridden for custom versioning behavior.

hostChanged
hostReplaced
inherits(self, classname: str) bool
initAbstract()
initConcrete()

Override to customize initialization of concrete params.

initializeValue()

Override to dynamically set up the default value of the param. Useful for default values that are determined at runtime. This is called any time the param is reset.

installEventFilter(self, a0: QObject)
classmethod isAbstract()

Whether the param is an “abstract” param.

isDefault()

Whether the current value of this instance matches the default value.

isSignalConnected(self, signal: QMetaMethod) bool
isWidgetType(self) bool
isWindowType(self) bool
killTimer(self, id: int)
lr_idChanged
lr_idReplaced
lr_nameChanged
lr_nameReplaced
lr_template_idChanged
lr_template_idReplaced
metaObject(self) QMetaObject
moveToThread(self, thread: QThread)
objectName(self) str
objectNameChanged

objectNameChanged(self, objectName: str) [signal]

classmethod owner()

Get the owner of the param:

# Can be called on an abstract param:
assert Coord.x.owner() == Coord

# ...or on an instance of a CompoundParam
a = Atom()
assert a.coord.owner() == a
classmethod ownerChain()

Returns a list of param owners starting from the toplevel param and ending with self. Examples:

foo.bar.atom.coord.ownerChain() will return [foo, bar, atom, coord] where every item is a concrete param.

Foo.bar.atom.coord.x.ownerChain() will return [Foo, Foo.bar, Foo.atom.coord, Foo.atom.coord.x] where every item is an abstract params.

classmethod paramName()

Get the name of the param:

# Can be called on an abstract param:
print(Coord.x.paramName()) # 'x'

# ...or on an instance of a CompoundParam
a = Atom()
a.coord.paramName() # 'coord'
parent(self) QObject
proj_idChanged
proj_idReplaced
proj_nameChanged
proj_nameReplaced
property(self, name: str) Any
pyqtConfigure(...)

Each keyword argument is either the name of a Qt property or a Qt signal. For properties the property is set to the given value which should be of an appropriate type. For signals the signal is connected to the given value which should be a callable.

receivers(self, signal: PYQT_SIGNAL) int
removeEventFilter(self, a0: QObject)
reset(*abstract_params)

Resets this compound param to its default value:

class Line(CompoundParam):
    start = Coord(x=1, y=2)
    end = Coord(x=4, y=5)
line = Line()
line.start.x = line.end.x = 10
assert line.start.x == line.end.x == 10
line.reset()
assert line.start.x == 1
assert line.end.x == 4

Any number of abstract params may be passed in to perform a partial reset of only the specified params:

line.start.x = line.end.x = 10
line.reset(Line.start.x)  # resets just start.x
assert line.start.x == 1
assert line.end.x == 10

line.reset(Line.end)      # resets the entire end point
assert line.end.x == 4

line.start.y = line.end.y = 10
line.reset(Line.start.y, Line.end.y)  # resets the y-coord of both
assert line.start.y == 2
assert line.end.y == 5
sender(self) QObject
senderSignalIndex(self) int
setObjectName(self, name: str)
classmethod setParamValue(obj, value)

Set the value of a param on an object by specifying the instance and the value:

# Setting the param value of a basic param
a = Atom()
Atom.coord.x.setParamValue(a, 5)
assert a.coord.x == 5

# setParamValue can also be used to set the value of CompoundParams
c = Coord()
c.x = 10
atom.coord.setParamValue(a, c)
assert atom.coord.x == 10
Parameters
  • param – The owner param to set a subparam value of.

  • value – The value to set the subparam value to.

setParent(self, a0: QObject)
setProperty(self, name: str, value: Any) bool
classmethod setReference(param1, param2)

Call this class method from configureParam to indicate that two params should be kept in sync. The initial values will start with the default value of param1. Example:

class Square(CompoundParam):
    width: float = 5
    height: float = 10

    @classmethod
    def configureParam(cls):
        super().configureParam()
        cls.setReference(cls.width, cls.height)

square = Square()
assert square.width == square.height == 5 # Default value of width
                                          # takes priority
square.height = 7
assert square.width == square.height == 7
square.width = 6
assert square.width == square.height == 6
Parameters
  • param1 – The first abstract param to keep synced

  • param2 – The second abstract param. After instantiation, this param will take on the value of param1.

setValue(value=None, **kwargs)

Set the value of this CompoundParam to match value.

Parameters
  • value – The value to set this CompoundParam to. It should be the same type as this CompoundParam.

  • kwargs – For internal use only.

signalsBlocked(self) bool
skip_eq_check()
startTimer(self, interval: int, timerType: Qt.TimerType = Qt.CoarseTimer) int
staticMetaObject = <PyQt6.QtCore.QMetaObject object>
thread(self) QThread
timerEvent(self, a0: QTimerEvent)
toDict()

Return a dictionary version of this CompoundParam. The returned dictionary is fully nested and contains no CompoundParam instances

a = Atom()
a_dict = a.toDict()
assert a_dict['coord']['x'] == 0
assert a_dict['coord'] == {'x':0, 'y':0}
toJson(_mark_version=True)

Create and returns a data structure made up of jsonable items.

Return type

An instance of one the classes from NATIVE_JSON_DATATYPES

toJsonImplementation()

Returns a JSON representation of this value object.

Warning

This should never be called directly.

tr(sourceText: str, disambiguation: typing.Optional[str] = None, n: int = - 1) str
valueChanged
class schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.DataExportSpec(*args, _param_type=<object object>, **kwargs)

Bases: schrodinger.models.parameters.CompoundParam

Abstract specification for uploading data to a LiveDesign server.

data_name: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
ld_model: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
ld_endpoint: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
units: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
option: object

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
addDataToExportTask(task)

Update the provided task with data from this specification.

Must be overridden in concrete subclasses.

Parameters

task (tasks.ThreadFunctionTask) – an export task

DataClass

This class can be used to declare a public attribute on a CompoundParam. Declared public attributes can be used without error.

Example usage:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int
    note = NonParamAttribute()

coord = Coord()
coord.note = "hello" # No error
__init__(default_value=<object object>, _param_type=<object object>, **kwargs)
classmethod addSubParam(name, param, update_owner=True)
blockSignals(self, b: bool) bool
block_signal_propagation()
childEvent(self, a0: QChildEvent)
children(self) List[QObject]
classmethod configureParam()

Override this class method to set up the abstract param class (e.g. setParamReference on child params.)

connectNotify(self, signal: QMetaMethod)
customEvent(self, a0: QEvent)
data_nameChanged
data_nameReplaced
classmethod defaultValue()

Returns the default value for this abstract param:

default_atom = Atom.defaultValue()
assert Atom.coord.x == 0
deleteLater(self)
destroyed

destroyed(self, object: typing.Optional[QObject] = None) [signal]

disconnect(a0: QMetaObject.Connection) bool
disconnect(self) None
disconnectNotify(self, signal: QMetaMethod)
dumpObjectInfo(self)
dumpObjectTree(self)
dynamicPropertyNames(self) List[QByteArray]
event(self, a0: QEvent) bool
eventFilter(self, a0: QObject, a1: QEvent) bool
findChild(self, type: type, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) QObject
findChild(self, types: Tuple, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) QObject
findChildren(self, type: type, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, types: Tuple, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, type: type, re: QRegularExpression, options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, types: Tuple, re: QRegularExpression, options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
classmethod fromJson(json_obj)

A factory method which constructs a new object from a given dict loaded from a json string or file.

Parameters

json_obj (dict) – A json-loaded dictionary to create an object from.

Returns

An instance of this class.

Return type

cls

classmethod fromJsonImplementation(json_dict)

Sets the value of this compound param value object from a JSON dict.

Warning

This should never be called directly.

getAbstractParam()

Return the corresponding abstract param for this instance.

classmethod getJsonBlacklist()

Override to customize what params are serialized.

Implementations should return a list of abstract params that should be omitted from serialization.

..NOTE

Returned abstract params must be direct child params of cls, e.g. cls.name, not cls.coord.x.

classmethod getParamSignal(obj, signal_type='Changed')
classmethod getParamValue(obj)

Enables access to a param value on a compound param via an abstract param reference:

a = Atom()
assert Atom.coord.x.getParamValue(a) == 0 # ints default to 0
a.coord.x = 3
assert Atom.coord.x.getParamValue(a) == 3
Parameters

param (CompoundParam) – The owner param to get a param value from

classmethod getSubParam(name)

Get the value of a subparam using the string name:

c = Coord()
assert c.getSubParam('x') == 0

Note

Using the string name to access params is generally discouraged, but can be useful for serializing/deserializing param data.

Parameters

name (str) – The name of the subparam to get the value for.

classmethod getSubParams()

Return a dictionary mapping subparam names to their values.

getTypeHint()
get_version()

Method to get the version of a particular object. Defaults to the current version of mmshare. This class can be overridden for custom versioning behavior.

inherits(self, classname: str) bool
initAbstract()
initConcrete()

Override to customize initialization of concrete params.

initializeValue()

Override to dynamically set up the default value of the param. Useful for default values that are determined at runtime. This is called any time the param is reset.

installEventFilter(self, a0: QObject)
classmethod isAbstract()

Whether the param is an “abstract” param.

isDefault()

Whether the current value of this instance matches the default value.

isSignalConnected(self, signal: QMetaMethod) bool
isWidgetType(self) bool
isWindowType(self) bool
killTimer(self, id: int)
ld_endpointChanged
ld_endpointReplaced
ld_modelChanged
ld_modelReplaced
metaObject(self) QMetaObject
moveToThread(self, thread: QThread)
objectName(self) str
objectNameChanged

objectNameChanged(self, objectName: str) [signal]

optionChanged
optionReplaced
classmethod owner()

Get the owner of the param:

# Can be called on an abstract param:
assert Coord.x.owner() == Coord

# ...or on an instance of a CompoundParam
a = Atom()
assert a.coord.owner() == a
classmethod ownerChain()

Returns a list of param owners starting from the toplevel param and ending with self. Examples:

foo.bar.atom.coord.ownerChain() will return [foo, bar, atom, coord] where every item is a concrete param.

Foo.bar.atom.coord.x.ownerChain() will return [Foo, Foo.bar, Foo.atom.coord, Foo.atom.coord.x] where every item is an abstract params.

classmethod paramName()

Get the name of the param:

# Can be called on an abstract param:
print(Coord.x.paramName()) # 'x'

# ...or on an instance of a CompoundParam
a = Atom()
a.coord.paramName() # 'coord'
parent(self) QObject
property(self, name: str) Any
pyqtConfigure(...)

Each keyword argument is either the name of a Qt property or a Qt signal. For properties the property is set to the given value which should be of an appropriate type. For signals the signal is connected to the given value which should be a callable.

receivers(self, signal: PYQT_SIGNAL) int
removeEventFilter(self, a0: QObject)
reset(*abstract_params)

Resets this compound param to its default value:

class Line(CompoundParam):
    start = Coord(x=1, y=2)
    end = Coord(x=4, y=5)
line = Line()
line.start.x = line.end.x = 10
assert line.start.x == line.end.x == 10
line.reset()
assert line.start.x == 1
assert line.end.x == 4

Any number of abstract params may be passed in to perform a partial reset of only the specified params:

line.start.x = line.end.x = 10
line.reset(Line.start.x)  # resets just start.x
assert line.start.x == 1
assert line.end.x == 10

line.reset(Line.end)      # resets the entire end point
assert line.end.x == 4

line.start.y = line.end.y = 10
line.reset(Line.start.y, Line.end.y)  # resets the y-coord of both
assert line.start.y == 2
assert line.end.y == 5
sender(self) QObject
senderSignalIndex(self) int
setObjectName(self, name: str)
classmethod setParamValue(obj, value)

Set the value of a param on an object by specifying the instance and the value:

# Setting the param value of a basic param
a = Atom()
Atom.coord.x.setParamValue(a, 5)
assert a.coord.x == 5

# setParamValue can also be used to set the value of CompoundParams
c = Coord()
c.x = 10
atom.coord.setParamValue(a, c)
assert atom.coord.x == 10
Parameters
  • param – The owner param to set a subparam value of.

  • value – The value to set the subparam value to.

setParent(self, a0: QObject)
setProperty(self, name: str, value: Any) bool
classmethod setReference(param1, param2)

Call this class method from configureParam to indicate that two params should be kept in sync. The initial values will start with the default value of param1. Example:

class Square(CompoundParam):
    width: float = 5
    height: float = 10

    @classmethod
    def configureParam(cls):
        super().configureParam()
        cls.setReference(cls.width, cls.height)

square = Square()
assert square.width == square.height == 5 # Default value of width
                                          # takes priority
square.height = 7
assert square.width == square.height == 7
square.width = 6
assert square.width == square.height == 6
Parameters
  • param1 – The first abstract param to keep synced

  • param2 – The second abstract param. After instantiation, this param will take on the value of param1.

setValue(value=None, **kwargs)

Set the value of this CompoundParam to match value.

Parameters
  • value – The value to set this CompoundParam to. It should be the same type as this CompoundParam.

  • kwargs – For internal use only.

signalsBlocked(self) bool
skip_eq_check()
startTimer(self, interval: int, timerType: Qt.TimerType = Qt.CoarseTimer) int
staticMetaObject = <PyQt6.QtCore.QMetaObject object>
thread(self) QThread
timerEvent(self, a0: QTimerEvent)
toDict()

Return a dictionary version of this CompoundParam. The returned dictionary is fully nested and contains no CompoundParam instances

a = Atom()
a_dict = a.toDict()
assert a_dict['coord']['x'] == 0
assert a_dict['coord'] == {'x':0, 'y':0}
toJson(_mark_version=True)

Create and returns a data structure made up of jsonable items.

Return type

An instance of one the classes from NATIVE_JSON_DATATYPES

toJsonImplementation()

Returns a JSON representation of this value object.

Warning

This should never be called directly.

tr(sourceText: str, disambiguation: typing.Optional[str] = None, n: int = - 1) str
unitsChanged
unitsReplaced
valueChanged
class schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.PropertyExportSpec(*args, _param_type=<object object>, **kwargs)

Bases: schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.DataExportSpec

Specification for structure property data.

addDataToExportTask(task)

Update the provided task prop_dicts attribute with data from this specification.

Parameters

task (tasks.ThreadFunctionTask) – an export task

getName()
Returns

the appropriate value for the “name” field for this property’s property dictionary during export to LiveDesign

Return type

str

DataClass

This class can be used to declare a public attribute on a CompoundParam. Declared public attributes can be used without error.

Example usage:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int
    note = NonParamAttribute()

coord = Coord()
coord.note = "hello" # No error
__init__(default_value=<object object>, _param_type=<object object>, **kwargs)
classmethod addSubParam(name, param, update_owner=True)
blockSignals(self, b: bool) bool
block_signal_propagation()
childEvent(self, a0: QChildEvent)
children(self) List[QObject]
classmethod configureParam()

Override this class method to set up the abstract param class (e.g. setParamReference on child params.)

connectNotify(self, signal: QMetaMethod)
customEvent(self, a0: QEvent)
data_name: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
data_nameChanged
data_nameReplaced
classmethod defaultValue()

Returns the default value for this abstract param:

default_atom = Atom.defaultValue()
assert Atom.coord.x == 0
deleteLater(self)
destroyed

destroyed(self, object: typing.Optional[QObject] = None) [signal]

disconnect(a0: QMetaObject.Connection) bool
disconnect(self) None
disconnectNotify(self, signal: QMetaMethod)
dumpObjectInfo(self)
dumpObjectTree(self)
dynamicPropertyNames(self) List[QByteArray]
event(self, a0: QEvent) bool
eventFilter(self, a0: QObject, a1: QEvent) bool
findChild(self, type: type, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) QObject
findChild(self, types: Tuple, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) QObject
findChildren(self, type: type, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, types: Tuple, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, type: type, re: QRegularExpression, options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, types: Tuple, re: QRegularExpression, options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
classmethod fromJson(json_obj)

A factory method which constructs a new object from a given dict loaded from a json string or file.

Parameters

json_obj (dict) – A json-loaded dictionary to create an object from.

Returns

An instance of this class.

Return type

cls

classmethod fromJsonImplementation(json_dict)

Sets the value of this compound param value object from a JSON dict.

Warning

This should never be called directly.

getAbstractParam()

Return the corresponding abstract param for this instance.

classmethod getJsonBlacklist()

Override to customize what params are serialized.

Implementations should return a list of abstract params that should be omitted from serialization.

..NOTE

Returned abstract params must be direct child params of cls, e.g. cls.name, not cls.coord.x.

classmethod getParamSignal(obj, signal_type='Changed')
classmethod getParamValue(obj)

Enables access to a param value on a compound param via an abstract param reference:

a = Atom()
assert Atom.coord.x.getParamValue(a) == 0 # ints default to 0
a.coord.x = 3
assert Atom.coord.x.getParamValue(a) == 3
Parameters

param (CompoundParam) – The owner param to get a param value from

classmethod getSubParam(name)

Get the value of a subparam using the string name:

c = Coord()
assert c.getSubParam('x') == 0

Note

Using the string name to access params is generally discouraged, but can be useful for serializing/deserializing param data.

Parameters

name (str) – The name of the subparam to get the value for.

classmethod getSubParams()

Return a dictionary mapping subparam names to their values.

getTypeHint()
get_version()

Method to get the version of a particular object. Defaults to the current version of mmshare. This class can be overridden for custom versioning behavior.

inherits(self, classname: str) bool
initAbstract()
initConcrete()

Override to customize initialization of concrete params.

initializeValue()

Override to dynamically set up the default value of the param. Useful for default values that are determined at runtime. This is called any time the param is reset.

installEventFilter(self, a0: QObject)
classmethod isAbstract()

Whether the param is an “abstract” param.

isDefault()

Whether the current value of this instance matches the default value.

isSignalConnected(self, signal: QMetaMethod) bool
isWidgetType(self) bool
isWindowType(self) bool
killTimer(self, id: int)
ld_endpoint: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
ld_endpointChanged
ld_endpointReplaced
ld_model: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
ld_modelChanged
ld_modelReplaced
metaObject(self) QMetaObject
moveToThread(self, thread: QThread)
objectName(self) str
objectNameChanged

objectNameChanged(self, objectName: str) [signal]

option: object

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
optionChanged
optionReplaced
classmethod owner()

Get the owner of the param:

# Can be called on an abstract param:
assert Coord.x.owner() == Coord

# ...or on an instance of a CompoundParam
a = Atom()
assert a.coord.owner() == a
classmethod ownerChain()

Returns a list of param owners starting from the toplevel param and ending with self. Examples:

foo.bar.atom.coord.ownerChain() will return [foo, bar, atom, coord] where every item is a concrete param.

Foo.bar.atom.coord.x.ownerChain() will return [Foo, Foo.bar, Foo.atom.coord, Foo.atom.coord.x] where every item is an abstract params.

classmethod paramName()

Get the name of the param:

# Can be called on an abstract param:
print(Coord.x.paramName()) # 'x'

# ...or on an instance of a CompoundParam
a = Atom()
a.coord.paramName() # 'coord'
parent(self) QObject
property(self, name: str) Any
pyqtConfigure(...)

Each keyword argument is either the name of a Qt property or a Qt signal. For properties the property is set to the given value which should be of an appropriate type. For signals the signal is connected to the given value which should be a callable.

receivers(self, signal: PYQT_SIGNAL) int
removeEventFilter(self, a0: QObject)
reset(*abstract_params)

Resets this compound param to its default value:

class Line(CompoundParam):
    start = Coord(x=1, y=2)
    end = Coord(x=4, y=5)
line = Line()
line.start.x = line.end.x = 10
assert line.start.x == line.end.x == 10
line.reset()
assert line.start.x == 1
assert line.end.x == 4

Any number of abstract params may be passed in to perform a partial reset of only the specified params:

line.start.x = line.end.x = 10
line.reset(Line.start.x)  # resets just start.x
assert line.start.x == 1
assert line.end.x == 10

line.reset(Line.end)      # resets the entire end point
assert line.end.x == 4

line.start.y = line.end.y = 10
line.reset(Line.start.y, Line.end.y)  # resets the y-coord of both
assert line.start.y == 2
assert line.end.y == 5
sender(self) QObject
senderSignalIndex(self) int
setObjectName(self, name: str)
classmethod setParamValue(obj, value)

Set the value of a param on an object by specifying the instance and the value:

# Setting the param value of a basic param
a = Atom()
Atom.coord.x.setParamValue(a, 5)
assert a.coord.x == 5

# setParamValue can also be used to set the value of CompoundParams
c = Coord()
c.x = 10
atom.coord.setParamValue(a, c)
assert atom.coord.x == 10
Parameters
  • param – The owner param to set a subparam value of.

  • value – The value to set the subparam value to.

setParent(self, a0: QObject)
setProperty(self, name: str, value: Any) bool
classmethod setReference(param1, param2)

Call this class method from configureParam to indicate that two params should be kept in sync. The initial values will start with the default value of param1. Example:

class Square(CompoundParam):
    width: float = 5
    height: float = 10

    @classmethod
    def configureParam(cls):
        super().configureParam()
        cls.setReference(cls.width, cls.height)

square = Square()
assert square.width == square.height == 5 # Default value of width
                                          # takes priority
square.height = 7
assert square.width == square.height == 7
square.width = 6
assert square.width == square.height == 6
Parameters
  • param1 – The first abstract param to keep synced

  • param2 – The second abstract param. After instantiation, this param will take on the value of param1.

setValue(value=None, **kwargs)

Set the value of this CompoundParam to match value.

Parameters
  • value – The value to set this CompoundParam to. It should be the same type as this CompoundParam.

  • kwargs – For internal use only.

signalsBlocked(self) bool
skip_eq_check()
startTimer(self, interval: int, timerType: Qt.TimerType = Qt.CoarseTimer) int
staticMetaObject = <PyQt6.QtCore.QMetaObject object>
thread(self) QThread
timerEvent(self, a0: QTimerEvent)
toDict()

Return a dictionary version of this CompoundParam. The returned dictionary is fully nested and contains no CompoundParam instances

a = Atom()
a_dict = a.toDict()
assert a_dict['coord']['x'] == 0
assert a_dict['coord'] == {'x':0, 'y':0}
toJson(_mark_version=True)

Create and returns a data structure made up of jsonable items.

Return type

An instance of one the classes from NATIVE_JSON_DATATYPES

toJsonImplementation()

Returns a JSON representation of this value object.

Warning

This should never be called directly.

tr(sourceText: str, disambiguation: typing.Optional[str] = None, n: int = - 1) str
units: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
unitsChanged
unitsReplaced
valueChanged
class schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.Base3DExportSpec(*args, _param_type=<object object>, **kwargs)

Bases: schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.DataExportSpec

Abstract specification for 3D structure data.

addDataToExportTask(task, rl_map, corp_id_match_prop=None)

Update the provided task three_d_export_items attribute with data from this specification.

Parameters
DataClass

This class can be used to declare a public attribute on a CompoundParam. Declared public attributes can be used without error.

Example usage:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int
    note = NonParamAttribute()

coord = Coord()
coord.note = "hello" # No error
__init__(default_value=<object object>, _param_type=<object object>, **kwargs)
classmethod addSubParam(name, param, update_owner=True)
blockSignals(self, b: bool) bool
block_signal_propagation()
childEvent(self, a0: QChildEvent)
children(self) List[QObject]
classmethod configureParam()

Override this class method to set up the abstract param class (e.g. setParamReference on child params.)

connectNotify(self, signal: QMetaMethod)
customEvent(self, a0: QEvent)
data_name: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
data_nameChanged
data_nameReplaced
classmethod defaultValue()

Returns the default value for this abstract param:

default_atom = Atom.defaultValue()
assert Atom.coord.x == 0
deleteLater(self)
destroyed

destroyed(self, object: typing.Optional[QObject] = None) [signal]

disconnect(a0: QMetaObject.Connection) bool
disconnect(self) None
disconnectNotify(self, signal: QMetaMethod)
dumpObjectInfo(self)
dumpObjectTree(self)
dynamicPropertyNames(self) List[QByteArray]
event(self, a0: QEvent) bool
eventFilter(self, a0: QObject, a1: QEvent) bool
findChild(self, type: type, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) QObject
findChild(self, types: Tuple, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) QObject
findChildren(self, type: type, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, types: Tuple, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, type: type, re: QRegularExpression, options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, types: Tuple, re: QRegularExpression, options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
classmethod fromJson(json_obj)

A factory method which constructs a new object from a given dict loaded from a json string or file.

Parameters

json_obj (dict) – A json-loaded dictionary to create an object from.

Returns

An instance of this class.

Return type

cls

classmethod fromJsonImplementation(json_dict)

Sets the value of this compound param value object from a JSON dict.

Warning

This should never be called directly.

getAbstractParam()

Return the corresponding abstract param for this instance.

classmethod getJsonBlacklist()

Override to customize what params are serialized.

Implementations should return a list of abstract params that should be omitted from serialization.

..NOTE

Returned abstract params must be direct child params of cls, e.g. cls.name, not cls.coord.x.

classmethod getParamSignal(obj, signal_type='Changed')
classmethod getParamValue(obj)

Enables access to a param value on a compound param via an abstract param reference:

a = Atom()
assert Atom.coord.x.getParamValue(a) == 0 # ints default to 0
a.coord.x = 3
assert Atom.coord.x.getParamValue(a) == 3
Parameters

param (CompoundParam) – The owner param to get a param value from

classmethod getSubParam(name)

Get the value of a subparam using the string name:

c = Coord()
assert c.getSubParam('x') == 0

Note

Using the string name to access params is generally discouraged, but can be useful for serializing/deserializing param data.

Parameters

name (str) – The name of the subparam to get the value for.

classmethod getSubParams()

Return a dictionary mapping subparam names to their values.

getTypeHint()
get_version()

Method to get the version of a particular object. Defaults to the current version of mmshare. This class can be overridden for custom versioning behavior.

inherits(self, classname: str) bool
initAbstract()
initConcrete()

Override to customize initialization of concrete params.

initializeValue()

Override to dynamically set up the default value of the param. Useful for default values that are determined at runtime. This is called any time the param is reset.

installEventFilter(self, a0: QObject)
classmethod isAbstract()

Whether the param is an “abstract” param.

isDefault()

Whether the current value of this instance matches the default value.

isSignalConnected(self, signal: QMetaMethod) bool
isWidgetType(self) bool
isWindowType(self) bool
killTimer(self, id: int)
ld_endpoint: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
ld_endpointChanged
ld_endpointReplaced
ld_model: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
ld_modelChanged
ld_modelReplaced
metaObject(self) QMetaObject
moveToThread(self, thread: QThread)
objectName(self) str
objectNameChanged

objectNameChanged(self, objectName: str) [signal]

option: object

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
optionChanged
optionReplaced
classmethod owner()

Get the owner of the param:

# Can be called on an abstract param:
assert Coord.x.owner() == Coord

# ...or on an instance of a CompoundParam
a = Atom()
assert a.coord.owner() == a
classmethod ownerChain()

Returns a list of param owners starting from the toplevel param and ending with self. Examples:

foo.bar.atom.coord.ownerChain() will return [foo, bar, atom, coord] where every item is a concrete param.

Foo.bar.atom.coord.x.ownerChain() will return [Foo, Foo.bar, Foo.atom.coord, Foo.atom.coord.x] where every item is an abstract params.

classmethod paramName()

Get the name of the param:

# Can be called on an abstract param:
print(Coord.x.paramName()) # 'x'

# ...or on an instance of a CompoundParam
a = Atom()
a.coord.paramName() # 'coord'
parent(self) QObject
property(self, name: str) Any
pyqtConfigure(...)

Each keyword argument is either the name of a Qt property or a Qt signal. For properties the property is set to the given value which should be of an appropriate type. For signals the signal is connected to the given value which should be a callable.

receivers(self, signal: PYQT_SIGNAL) int
removeEventFilter(self, a0: QObject)
reset(*abstract_params)

Resets this compound param to its default value:

class Line(CompoundParam):
    start = Coord(x=1, y=2)
    end = Coord(x=4, y=5)
line = Line()
line.start.x = line.end.x = 10
assert line.start.x == line.end.x == 10
line.reset()
assert line.start.x == 1
assert line.end.x == 4

Any number of abstract params may be passed in to perform a partial reset of only the specified params:

line.start.x = line.end.x = 10
line.reset(Line.start.x)  # resets just start.x
assert line.start.x == 1
assert line.end.x == 10

line.reset(Line.end)      # resets the entire end point
assert line.end.x == 4

line.start.y = line.end.y = 10
line.reset(Line.start.y, Line.end.y)  # resets the y-coord of both
assert line.start.y == 2
assert line.end.y == 5
sender(self) QObject
senderSignalIndex(self) int
setObjectName(self, name: str)
classmethod setParamValue(obj, value)

Set the value of a param on an object by specifying the instance and the value:

# Setting the param value of a basic param
a = Atom()
Atom.coord.x.setParamValue(a, 5)
assert a.coord.x == 5

# setParamValue can also be used to set the value of CompoundParams
c = Coord()
c.x = 10
atom.coord.setParamValue(a, c)
assert atom.coord.x == 10
Parameters
  • param – The owner param to set a subparam value of.

  • value – The value to set the subparam value to.

setParent(self, a0: QObject)
setProperty(self, name: str, value: Any) bool
classmethod setReference(param1, param2)

Call this class method from configureParam to indicate that two params should be kept in sync. The initial values will start with the default value of param1. Example:

class Square(CompoundParam):
    width: float = 5
    height: float = 10

    @classmethod
    def configureParam(cls):
        super().configureParam()
        cls.setReference(cls.width, cls.height)

square = Square()
assert square.width == square.height == 5 # Default value of width
                                          # takes priority
square.height = 7
assert square.width == square.height == 7
square.width = 6
assert square.width == square.height == 6
Parameters
  • param1 – The first abstract param to keep synced

  • param2 – The second abstract param. After instantiation, this param will take on the value of param1.

setValue(value=None, **kwargs)

Set the value of this CompoundParam to match value.

Parameters
  • value – The value to set this CompoundParam to. It should be the same type as this CompoundParam.

  • kwargs – For internal use only.

signalsBlocked(self) bool
skip_eq_check()
startTimer(self, interval: int, timerType: Qt.TimerType = Qt.CoarseTimer) int
staticMetaObject = <PyQt6.QtCore.QMetaObject object>
thread(self) QThread
timerEvent(self, a0: QTimerEvent)
toDict()

Return a dictionary version of this CompoundParam. The returned dictionary is fully nested and contains no CompoundParam instances

a = Atom()
a_dict = a.toDict()
assert a_dict['coord']['x'] == 0
assert a_dict['coord'] == {'x':0, 'y':0}
toJson(_mark_version=True)

Create and returns a data structure made up of jsonable items.

Return type

An instance of one the classes from NATIVE_JSON_DATATYPES

toJsonImplementation()

Returns a JSON representation of this value object.

Warning

This should never be called directly.

tr(sourceText: str, disambiguation: typing.Optional[str] = None, n: int = - 1) str
units: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
unitsChanged
unitsReplaced
valueChanged
class schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.Standard3DExportSpec(*args, _param_type=<object object>, **kwargs)

Bases: schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.Base3DExportSpec

Specification for standard 3D export.

DataClass

This class can be used to declare a public attribute on a CompoundParam. Declared public attributes can be used without error.

Example usage:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int
    note = NonParamAttribute()

coord = Coord()
coord.note = "hello" # No error
__init__(default_value=<object object>, _param_type=<object object>, **kwargs)
addDataToExportTask(task, rl_map, corp_id_match_prop=None)

Update the provided task three_d_export_items attribute with data from this specification.

Parameters
classmethod addSubParam(name, param, update_owner=True)
blockSignals(self, b: bool) bool
block_signal_propagation()
childEvent(self, a0: QChildEvent)
children(self) List[QObject]
classmethod configureParam()

Override this class method to set up the abstract param class (e.g. setParamReference on child params.)

connectNotify(self, signal: QMetaMethod)
customEvent(self, a0: QEvent)
data_name: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
data_nameChanged
data_nameReplaced
classmethod defaultValue()

Returns the default value for this abstract param:

default_atom = Atom.defaultValue()
assert Atom.coord.x == 0
deleteLater(self)
destroyed

destroyed(self, object: typing.Optional[QObject] = None) [signal]

disconnect(a0: QMetaObject.Connection) bool
disconnect(self) None
disconnectNotify(self, signal: QMetaMethod)
dumpObjectInfo(self)
dumpObjectTree(self)
dynamicPropertyNames(self) List[QByteArray]
event(self, a0: QEvent) bool
eventFilter(self, a0: QObject, a1: QEvent) bool
findChild(self, type: type, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) QObject
findChild(self, types: Tuple, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) QObject
findChildren(self, type: type, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, types: Tuple, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, type: type, re: QRegularExpression, options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, types: Tuple, re: QRegularExpression, options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
classmethod fromJson(json_obj)

A factory method which constructs a new object from a given dict loaded from a json string or file.

Parameters

json_obj (dict) – A json-loaded dictionary to create an object from.

Returns

An instance of this class.

Return type

cls

classmethod fromJsonImplementation(json_dict)

Sets the value of this compound param value object from a JSON dict.

Warning

This should never be called directly.

getAbstractParam()

Return the corresponding abstract param for this instance.

classmethod getJsonBlacklist()

Override to customize what params are serialized.

Implementations should return a list of abstract params that should be omitted from serialization.

..NOTE

Returned abstract params must be direct child params of cls, e.g. cls.name, not cls.coord.x.

classmethod getParamSignal(obj, signal_type='Changed')
classmethod getParamValue(obj)

Enables access to a param value on a compound param via an abstract param reference:

a = Atom()
assert Atom.coord.x.getParamValue(a) == 0 # ints default to 0
a.coord.x = 3
assert Atom.coord.x.getParamValue(a) == 3
Parameters

param (CompoundParam) – The owner param to get a param value from

classmethod getSubParam(name)

Get the value of a subparam using the string name:

c = Coord()
assert c.getSubParam('x') == 0

Note

Using the string name to access params is generally discouraged, but can be useful for serializing/deserializing param data.

Parameters

name (str) – The name of the subparam to get the value for.

classmethod getSubParams()

Return a dictionary mapping subparam names to their values.

getTypeHint()
get_version()

Method to get the version of a particular object. Defaults to the current version of mmshare. This class can be overridden for custom versioning behavior.

inherits(self, classname: str) bool
initAbstract()
initConcrete()

Override to customize initialization of concrete params.

initializeValue()

Override to dynamically set up the default value of the param. Useful for default values that are determined at runtime. This is called any time the param is reset.

installEventFilter(self, a0: QObject)
classmethod isAbstract()

Whether the param is an “abstract” param.

isDefault()

Whether the current value of this instance matches the default value.

isSignalConnected(self, signal: QMetaMethod) bool
isWidgetType(self) bool
isWindowType(self) bool
killTimer(self, id: int)
ld_endpoint: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
ld_endpointChanged
ld_endpointReplaced
ld_model: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
ld_modelChanged
ld_modelReplaced
metaObject(self) QMetaObject
moveToThread(self, thread: QThread)
objectName(self) str
objectNameChanged

objectNameChanged(self, objectName: str) [signal]

option: object

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
optionChanged
optionReplaced
classmethod owner()

Get the owner of the param:

# Can be called on an abstract param:
assert Coord.x.owner() == Coord

# ...or on an instance of a CompoundParam
a = Atom()
assert a.coord.owner() == a
classmethod ownerChain()

Returns a list of param owners starting from the toplevel param and ending with self. Examples:

foo.bar.atom.coord.ownerChain() will return [foo, bar, atom, coord] where every item is a concrete param.

Foo.bar.atom.coord.x.ownerChain() will return [Foo, Foo.bar, Foo.atom.coord, Foo.atom.coord.x] where every item is an abstract params.

classmethod paramName()

Get the name of the param:

# Can be called on an abstract param:
print(Coord.x.paramName()) # 'x'

# ...or on an instance of a CompoundParam
a = Atom()
a.coord.paramName() # 'coord'
parent(self) QObject
property(self, name: str) Any
pyqtConfigure(...)

Each keyword argument is either the name of a Qt property or a Qt signal. For properties the property is set to the given value which should be of an appropriate type. For signals the signal is connected to the given value which should be a callable.

receivers(self, signal: PYQT_SIGNAL) int
removeEventFilter(self, a0: QObject)
reset(*abstract_params)

Resets this compound param to its default value:

class Line(CompoundParam):
    start = Coord(x=1, y=2)
    end = Coord(x=4, y=5)
line = Line()
line.start.x = line.end.x = 10
assert line.start.x == line.end.x == 10
line.reset()
assert line.start.x == 1
assert line.end.x == 4

Any number of abstract params may be passed in to perform a partial reset of only the specified params:

line.start.x = line.end.x = 10
line.reset(Line.start.x)  # resets just start.x
assert line.start.x == 1
assert line.end.x == 10

line.reset(Line.end)      # resets the entire end point
assert line.end.x == 4

line.start.y = line.end.y = 10
line.reset(Line.start.y, Line.end.y)  # resets the y-coord of both
assert line.start.y == 2
assert line.end.y == 5
sender(self) QObject
senderSignalIndex(self) int
setObjectName(self, name: str)
classmethod setParamValue(obj, value)

Set the value of a param on an object by specifying the instance and the value:

# Setting the param value of a basic param
a = Atom()
Atom.coord.x.setParamValue(a, 5)
assert a.coord.x == 5

# setParamValue can also be used to set the value of CompoundParams
c = Coord()
c.x = 10
atom.coord.setParamValue(a, c)
assert atom.coord.x == 10
Parameters
  • param – The owner param to set a subparam value of.

  • value – The value to set the subparam value to.

setParent(self, a0: QObject)
setProperty(self, name: str, value: Any) bool
classmethod setReference(param1, param2)

Call this class method from configureParam to indicate that two params should be kept in sync. The initial values will start with the default value of param1. Example:

class Square(CompoundParam):
    width: float = 5
    height: float = 10

    @classmethod
    def configureParam(cls):
        super().configureParam()
        cls.setReference(cls.width, cls.height)

square = Square()
assert square.width == square.height == 5 # Default value of width
                                          # takes priority
square.height = 7
assert square.width == square.height == 7
square.width = 6
assert square.width == square.height == 6
Parameters
  • param1 – The first abstract param to keep synced

  • param2 – The second abstract param. After instantiation, this param will take on the value of param1.

setValue(value=None, **kwargs)

Set the value of this CompoundParam to match value.

Parameters
  • value – The value to set this CompoundParam to. It should be the same type as this CompoundParam.

  • kwargs – For internal use only.

signalsBlocked(self) bool
skip_eq_check()
startTimer(self, interval: int, timerType: Qt.TimerType = Qt.CoarseTimer) int
staticMetaObject = <PyQt6.QtCore.QMetaObject object>
thread(self) QThread
timerEvent(self, a0: QTimerEvent)
toDict()

Return a dictionary version of this CompoundParam. The returned dictionary is fully nested and contains no CompoundParam instances

a = Atom()
a_dict = a.toDict()
assert a_dict['coord']['x'] == 0
assert a_dict['coord'] == {'x':0, 'y':0}
toJson(_mark_version=True)

Create and returns a data structure made up of jsonable items.

Return type

An instance of one the classes from NATIVE_JSON_DATATYPES

toJsonImplementation()

Returns a JSON representation of this value object.

Warning

This should never be called directly.

tr(sourceText: str, disambiguation: typing.Optional[str] = None, n: int = - 1) str
units: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
unitsChanged
unitsReplaced
valueChanged
class schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.AttachmentItem(*args, _param_type=<object object>, **kwargs)

Bases: schrodinger.models.parameters.CompoundParam

Data class for linking structures with a local and remote file path for an upload

row_structures: List[schrodinger.structure._structure.Structure]

A Param to represent lists. Values of this param will have a mutated signal that will be emitted whenever any mutation method is called.

The constructor optionally takes a item_class keyword argument to specify what type of class the items in the list will be. This information will be used for jsonifying the list if specified.

file_path: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
remote_file_name: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
file_type: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
DataClass

This class can be used to declare a public attribute on a CompoundParam. Declared public attributes can be used without error.

Example usage:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int
    note = NonParamAttribute()

coord = Coord()
coord.note = "hello" # No error
__init__(default_value=<object object>, _param_type=<object object>, **kwargs)
classmethod addSubParam(name, param, update_owner=True)
blockSignals(self, b: bool) bool
block_signal_propagation()
childEvent(self, a0: QChildEvent)
children(self) List[QObject]
classmethod configureParam()

Override this class method to set up the abstract param class (e.g. setParamReference on child params.)

connectNotify(self, signal: QMetaMethod)
customEvent(self, a0: QEvent)
classmethod defaultValue()

Returns the default value for this abstract param:

default_atom = Atom.defaultValue()
assert Atom.coord.x == 0
deleteLater(self)
destroyed

destroyed(self, object: typing.Optional[QObject] = None) [signal]

disconnect(a0: QMetaObject.Connection) bool
disconnect(self) None
disconnectNotify(self, signal: QMetaMethod)
dumpObjectInfo(self)
dumpObjectTree(self)
dynamicPropertyNames(self) List[QByteArray]
event(self, a0: QEvent) bool
eventFilter(self, a0: QObject, a1: QEvent) bool
file_pathChanged
file_pathReplaced
file_typeChanged
file_typeReplaced
findChild(self, type: type, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) QObject
findChild(self, types: Tuple, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) QObject
findChildren(self, type: type, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, types: Tuple, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, type: type, re: QRegularExpression, options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, types: Tuple, re: QRegularExpression, options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
classmethod fromJson(json_obj)

A factory method which constructs a new object from a given dict loaded from a json string or file.

Parameters

json_obj (dict) – A json-loaded dictionary to create an object from.

Returns

An instance of this class.

Return type

cls

classmethod fromJsonImplementation(json_dict)

Sets the value of this compound param value object from a JSON dict.

Warning

This should never be called directly.

getAbstractParam()

Return the corresponding abstract param for this instance.

classmethod getJsonBlacklist()

Override to customize what params are serialized.

Implementations should return a list of abstract params that should be omitted from serialization.

..NOTE

Returned abstract params must be direct child params of cls, e.g. cls.name, not cls.coord.x.

classmethod getParamSignal(obj, signal_type='Changed')
classmethod getParamValue(obj)

Enables access to a param value on a compound param via an abstract param reference:

a = Atom()
assert Atom.coord.x.getParamValue(a) == 0 # ints default to 0
a.coord.x = 3
assert Atom.coord.x.getParamValue(a) == 3
Parameters

param (CompoundParam) – The owner param to get a param value from

classmethod getSubParam(name)

Get the value of a subparam using the string name:

c = Coord()
assert c.getSubParam('x') == 0

Note

Using the string name to access params is generally discouraged, but can be useful for serializing/deserializing param data.

Parameters

name (str) – The name of the subparam to get the value for.

classmethod getSubParams()

Return a dictionary mapping subparam names to their values.

getTypeHint()
get_version()

Method to get the version of a particular object. Defaults to the current version of mmshare. This class can be overridden for custom versioning behavior.

inherits(self, classname: str) bool
initAbstract()
initConcrete()

Override to customize initialization of concrete params.

initializeValue()

Override to dynamically set up the default value of the param. Useful for default values that are determined at runtime. This is called any time the param is reset.

installEventFilter(self, a0: QObject)
classmethod isAbstract()

Whether the param is an “abstract” param.

isDefault()

Whether the current value of this instance matches the default value.

isSignalConnected(self, signal: QMetaMethod) bool
isWidgetType(self) bool
isWindowType(self) bool
killTimer(self, id: int)
metaObject(self) QMetaObject
moveToThread(self, thread: QThread)
objectName(self) str
objectNameChanged

objectNameChanged(self, objectName: str) [signal]

classmethod owner()

Get the owner of the param:

# Can be called on an abstract param:
assert Coord.x.owner() == Coord

# ...or on an instance of a CompoundParam
a = Atom()
assert a.coord.owner() == a
classmethod ownerChain()

Returns a list of param owners starting from the toplevel param and ending with self. Examples:

foo.bar.atom.coord.ownerChain() will return [foo, bar, atom, coord] where every item is a concrete param.

Foo.bar.atom.coord.x.ownerChain() will return [Foo, Foo.bar, Foo.atom.coord, Foo.atom.coord.x] where every item is an abstract params.

classmethod paramName()

Get the name of the param:

# Can be called on an abstract param:
print(Coord.x.paramName()) # 'x'

# ...or on an instance of a CompoundParam
a = Atom()
a.coord.paramName() # 'coord'
parent(self) QObject
property(self, name: str) Any
pyqtConfigure(...)

Each keyword argument is either the name of a Qt property or a Qt signal. For properties the property is set to the given value which should be of an appropriate type. For signals the signal is connected to the given value which should be a callable.

receivers(self, signal: PYQT_SIGNAL) int
remote_file_nameChanged
remote_file_nameReplaced
removeEventFilter(self, a0: QObject)
reset(*abstract_params)

Resets this compound param to its default value:

class Line(CompoundParam):
    start = Coord(x=1, y=2)
    end = Coord(x=4, y=5)
line = Line()
line.start.x = line.end.x = 10
assert line.start.x == line.end.x == 10
line.reset()
assert line.start.x == 1
assert line.end.x == 4

Any number of abstract params may be passed in to perform a partial reset of only the specified params:

line.start.x = line.end.x = 10
line.reset(Line.start.x)  # resets just start.x
assert line.start.x == 1
assert line.end.x == 10

line.reset(Line.end)      # resets the entire end point
assert line.end.x == 4

line.start.y = line.end.y = 10
line.reset(Line.start.y, Line.end.y)  # resets the y-coord of both
assert line.start.y == 2
assert line.end.y == 5
row_structuresChanged
row_structuresReplaced
sender(self) QObject
senderSignalIndex(self) int
setObjectName(self, name: str)
classmethod setParamValue(obj, value)

Set the value of a param on an object by specifying the instance and the value:

# Setting the param value of a basic param
a = Atom()
Atom.coord.x.setParamValue(a, 5)
assert a.coord.x == 5

# setParamValue can also be used to set the value of CompoundParams
c = Coord()
c.x = 10
atom.coord.setParamValue(a, c)
assert atom.coord.x == 10
Parameters
  • param – The owner param to set a subparam value of.

  • value – The value to set the subparam value to.

setParent(self, a0: QObject)
setProperty(self, name: str, value: Any) bool
classmethod setReference(param1, param2)

Call this class method from configureParam to indicate that two params should be kept in sync. The initial values will start with the default value of param1. Example:

class Square(CompoundParam):
    width: float = 5
    height: float = 10

    @classmethod
    def configureParam(cls):
        super().configureParam()
        cls.setReference(cls.width, cls.height)

square = Square()
assert square.width == square.height == 5 # Default value of width
                                          # takes priority
square.height = 7
assert square.width == square.height == 7
square.width = 6
assert square.width == square.height == 6
Parameters
  • param1 – The first abstract param to keep synced

  • param2 – The second abstract param. After instantiation, this param will take on the value of param1.

setValue(value=None, **kwargs)

Set the value of this CompoundParam to match value.

Parameters
  • value – The value to set this CompoundParam to. It should be the same type as this CompoundParam.

  • kwargs – For internal use only.

signalsBlocked(self) bool
skip_eq_check()
startTimer(self, interval: int, timerType: Qt.TimerType = Qt.CoarseTimer) int
staticMetaObject = <PyQt6.QtCore.QMetaObject object>
thread(self) QThread
timerEvent(self, a0: QTimerEvent)
toDict()

Return a dictionary version of this CompoundParam. The returned dictionary is fully nested and contains no CompoundParam instances

a = Atom()
a_dict = a.toDict()
assert a_dict['coord']['x'] == 0
assert a_dict['coord'] == {'x':0, 'y':0}
toJson(_mark_version=True)

Create and returns a data structure made up of jsonable items.

Return type

An instance of one the classes from NATIVE_JSON_DATATYPES

toJsonImplementation()

Returns a JSON representation of this value object.

Warning

This should never be called directly.

tr(sourceText: str, disambiguation: typing.Optional[str] = None, n: int = - 1) str
valueChanged
class schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.AttachmentData(*args, _param_type=<object object>, **kwargs)

Bases: schrodinger.models.parameters.CompoundParam

Data class for storing FFC attachment information.

description: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
attachment_items: List[schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.AttachmentItem]

A list param that contains CompoundParam instances. Signals will be emitted any time an item in the list changes or the contents of the list itself change. See _SignalContainer and _PLPSignalContainer for information on specific signals.

DataClass

This class can be used to declare a public attribute on a CompoundParam. Declared public attributes can be used without error.

Example usage:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int
    note = NonParamAttribute()

coord = Coord()
coord.note = "hello" # No error
__init__(default_value=<object object>, _param_type=<object object>, **kwargs)
classmethod addSubParam(name, param, update_owner=True)
attachment_itemsChanged
attachment_itemsReplaced
blockSignals(self, b: bool) bool
block_signal_propagation()
childEvent(self, a0: QChildEvent)
children(self) List[QObject]
classmethod configureParam()

Override this class method to set up the abstract param class (e.g. setParamReference on child params.)

connectNotify(self, signal: QMetaMethod)
customEvent(self, a0: QEvent)
classmethod defaultValue()

Returns the default value for this abstract param:

default_atom = Atom.defaultValue()
assert Atom.coord.x == 0
deleteLater(self)
descriptionChanged
descriptionReplaced
destroyed

destroyed(self, object: typing.Optional[QObject] = None) [signal]

disconnect(a0: QMetaObject.Connection) bool
disconnect(self) None
disconnectNotify(self, signal: QMetaMethod)
dumpObjectInfo(self)
dumpObjectTree(self)
dynamicPropertyNames(self) List[QByteArray]
event(self, a0: QEvent) bool
eventFilter(self, a0: QObject, a1: QEvent) bool
findChild(self, type: type, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) QObject
findChild(self, types: Tuple, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) QObject
findChildren(self, type: type, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, types: Tuple, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, type: type, re: QRegularExpression, options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, types: Tuple, re: QRegularExpression, options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
classmethod fromJson(json_obj)

A factory method which constructs a new object from a given dict loaded from a json string or file.

Parameters

json_obj (dict) – A json-loaded dictionary to create an object from.

Returns

An instance of this class.

Return type

cls

classmethod fromJsonImplementation(json_dict)

Sets the value of this compound param value object from a JSON dict.

Warning

This should never be called directly.

getAbstractParam()

Return the corresponding abstract param for this instance.

classmethod getJsonBlacklist()

Override to customize what params are serialized.

Implementations should return a list of abstract params that should be omitted from serialization.

..NOTE

Returned abstract params must be direct child params of cls, e.g. cls.name, not cls.coord.x.

classmethod getParamSignal(obj, signal_type='Changed')
classmethod getParamValue(obj)

Enables access to a param value on a compound param via an abstract param reference:

a = Atom()
assert Atom.coord.x.getParamValue(a) == 0 # ints default to 0
a.coord.x = 3
assert Atom.coord.x.getParamValue(a) == 3
Parameters

param (CompoundParam) – The owner param to get a param value from

classmethod getSubParam(name)

Get the value of a subparam using the string name:

c = Coord()
assert c.getSubParam('x') == 0

Note

Using the string name to access params is generally discouraged, but can be useful for serializing/deserializing param data.

Parameters

name (str) – The name of the subparam to get the value for.

classmethod getSubParams()

Return a dictionary mapping subparam names to their values.

getTypeHint()
get_version()

Method to get the version of a particular object. Defaults to the current version of mmshare. This class can be overridden for custom versioning behavior.

inherits(self, classname: str) bool
initAbstract()
initConcrete()

Override to customize initialization of concrete params.

initializeValue()

Override to dynamically set up the default value of the param. Useful for default values that are determined at runtime. This is called any time the param is reset.

installEventFilter(self, a0: QObject)
classmethod isAbstract()

Whether the param is an “abstract” param.

isDefault()

Whether the current value of this instance matches the default value.

isSignalConnected(self, signal: QMetaMethod) bool
isWidgetType(self) bool
isWindowType(self) bool
killTimer(self, id: int)
metaObject(self) QMetaObject
moveToThread(self, thread: QThread)
objectName(self) str
objectNameChanged

objectNameChanged(self, objectName: str) [signal]

classmethod owner()

Get the owner of the param:

# Can be called on an abstract param:
assert Coord.x.owner() == Coord

# ...or on an instance of a CompoundParam
a = Atom()
assert a.coord.owner() == a
classmethod ownerChain()

Returns a list of param owners starting from the toplevel param and ending with self. Examples:

foo.bar.atom.coord.ownerChain() will return [foo, bar, atom, coord] where every item is a concrete param.

Foo.bar.atom.coord.x.ownerChain() will return [Foo, Foo.bar, Foo.atom.coord, Foo.atom.coord.x] where every item is an abstract params.

classmethod paramName()

Get the name of the param:

# Can be called on an abstract param:
print(Coord.x.paramName()) # 'x'

# ...or on an instance of a CompoundParam
a = Atom()
a.coord.paramName() # 'coord'
parent(self) QObject
property(self, name: str) Any
pyqtConfigure(...)

Each keyword argument is either the name of a Qt property or a Qt signal. For properties the property is set to the given value which should be of an appropriate type. For signals the signal is connected to the given value which should be a callable.

receivers(self, signal: PYQT_SIGNAL) int
removeEventFilter(self, a0: QObject)
reset(*abstract_params)

Resets this compound param to its default value:

class Line(CompoundParam):
    start = Coord(x=1, y=2)
    end = Coord(x=4, y=5)
line = Line()
line.start.x = line.end.x = 10
assert line.start.x == line.end.x == 10
line.reset()
assert line.start.x == 1
assert line.end.x == 4

Any number of abstract params may be passed in to perform a partial reset of only the specified params:

line.start.x = line.end.x = 10
line.reset(Line.start.x)  # resets just start.x
assert line.start.x == 1
assert line.end.x == 10

line.reset(Line.end)      # resets the entire end point
assert line.end.x == 4

line.start.y = line.end.y = 10
line.reset(Line.start.y, Line.end.y)  # resets the y-coord of both
assert line.start.y == 2
assert line.end.y == 5
sender(self) QObject
senderSignalIndex(self) int
setObjectName(self, name: str)
classmethod setParamValue(obj, value)

Set the value of a param on an object by specifying the instance and the value:

# Setting the param value of a basic param
a = Atom()
Atom.coord.x.setParamValue(a, 5)
assert a.coord.x == 5

# setParamValue can also be used to set the value of CompoundParams
c = Coord()
c.x = 10
atom.coord.setParamValue(a, c)
assert atom.coord.x == 10
Parameters
  • param – The owner param to set a subparam value of.

  • value – The value to set the subparam value to.

setParent(self, a0: QObject)
setProperty(self, name: str, value: Any) bool
classmethod setReference(param1, param2)

Call this class method from configureParam to indicate that two params should be kept in sync. The initial values will start with the default value of param1. Example:

class Square(CompoundParam):
    width: float = 5
    height: float = 10

    @classmethod
    def configureParam(cls):
        super().configureParam()
        cls.setReference(cls.width, cls.height)

square = Square()
assert square.width == square.height == 5 # Default value of width
                                          # takes priority
square.height = 7
assert square.width == square.height == 7
square.width = 6
assert square.width == square.height == 6
Parameters
  • param1 – The first abstract param to keep synced

  • param2 – The second abstract param. After instantiation, this param will take on the value of param1.

setValue(value=None, **kwargs)

Set the value of this CompoundParam to match value.

Parameters
  • value – The value to set this CompoundParam to. It should be the same type as this CompoundParam.

  • kwargs – For internal use only.

signalsBlocked(self) bool
skip_eq_check()
startTimer(self, interval: int, timerType: Qt.TimerType = Qt.CoarseTimer) int
staticMetaObject = <PyQt6.QtCore.QMetaObject object>
thread(self) QThread
timerEvent(self, a0: QTimerEvent)
toDict()

Return a dictionary version of this CompoundParam. The returned dictionary is fully nested and contains no CompoundParam instances

a = Atom()
a_dict = a.toDict()
assert a_dict['coord']['x'] == 0
assert a_dict['coord'] == {'x':0, 'y':0}
toJson(_mark_version=True)

Create and returns a data structure made up of jsonable items.

Return type

An instance of one the classes from NATIVE_JSON_DATATYPES

toJsonImplementation()

Returns a JSON representation of this value object.

Warning

This should never be called directly.

tr(sourceText: str, disambiguation: typing.Optional[str] = None, n: int = - 1) str
valueChanged
class schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.FFCExportSpec(*args, _param_type=<object object>, **kwargs)

Bases: schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.DataExportSpec

Abstract specification for FFC attachment export.

FILE_TYPE: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
DESCRIPTION = NotImplemented
attachment_items: List[schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.AttachmentItem]

A list param that contains CompoundParam instances. Signals will be emitted any time an item in the list changes or the contents of the list itself change. See _SignalContainer and _PLPSignalContainer for information on specific signals.

getAttachmentData(panel_model)

Retrieve and store attachment data from the panel model.

Must be overridden in concrete subclasses.

Parameters

panel_model (ld_export2.ExportModel) – the model for the LD Export panel

addDataToExportTask(task)

Update the provided task attachment_data_map attribute with data from this specification.

Parameters

task (tasks.ThreadFunctionTask) – an export task

createAttachmentItems()

Create attachment items for a given task. These items link structures (rows in the LiveReport) with the attachment to be uploaded for them.

Must be overridden in concrete subclasses.

Returns

a list of attachment items to upload data for

Return type

list(AttachmentItem)

removeLocalFiles()

Remove the files created by this spec, if they still exist.

DataClass

This class can be used to declare a public attribute on a CompoundParam. Declared public attributes can be used without error.

Example usage:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int
    note = NonParamAttribute()

coord = Coord()
coord.note = "hello" # No error
FILE_TYPEChanged
FILE_TYPEReplaced
__init__(default_value=<object object>, _param_type=<object object>, **kwargs)
classmethod addSubParam(name, param, update_owner=True)
attachment_itemsChanged
attachment_itemsReplaced
blockSignals(self, b: bool) bool
block_signal_propagation()
childEvent(self, a0: QChildEvent)
children(self) List[QObject]
classmethod configureParam()

Override this class method to set up the abstract param class (e.g. setParamReference on child params.)

connectNotify(self, signal: QMetaMethod)
customEvent(self, a0: QEvent)
data_name: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
data_nameChanged
data_nameReplaced
classmethod defaultValue()

Returns the default value for this abstract param:

default_atom = Atom.defaultValue()
assert Atom.coord.x == 0
deleteLater(self)
destroyed

destroyed(self, object: typing.Optional[QObject] = None) [signal]

disconnect(a0: QMetaObject.Connection) bool
disconnect(self) None
disconnectNotify(self, signal: QMetaMethod)
dumpObjectInfo(self)
dumpObjectTree(self)
dynamicPropertyNames(self) List[QByteArray]
event(self, a0: QEvent) bool
eventFilter(self, a0: QObject, a1: QEvent) bool
findChild(self, type: type, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) QObject
findChild(self, types: Tuple, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) QObject
findChildren(self, type: type, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, types: Tuple, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, type: type, re: QRegularExpression, options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, types: Tuple, re: QRegularExpression, options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
classmethod fromJson(json_obj)

A factory method which constructs a new object from a given dict loaded from a json string or file.

Parameters

json_obj (dict) – A json-loaded dictionary to create an object from.

Returns

An instance of this class.

Return type

cls

classmethod fromJsonImplementation(json_dict)

Sets the value of this compound param value object from a JSON dict.

Warning

This should never be called directly.

getAbstractParam()

Return the corresponding abstract param for this instance.

classmethod getJsonBlacklist()

Override to customize what params are serialized.

Implementations should return a list of abstract params that should be omitted from serialization.

..NOTE

Returned abstract params must be direct child params of cls, e.g. cls.name, not cls.coord.x.

classmethod getParamSignal(obj, signal_type='Changed')
classmethod getParamValue(obj)

Enables access to a param value on a compound param via an abstract param reference:

a = Atom()
assert Atom.coord.x.getParamValue(a) == 0 # ints default to 0
a.coord.x = 3
assert Atom.coord.x.getParamValue(a) == 3
Parameters

param (CompoundParam) – The owner param to get a param value from

classmethod getSubParam(name)

Get the value of a subparam using the string name:

c = Coord()
assert c.getSubParam('x') == 0

Note

Using the string name to access params is generally discouraged, but can be useful for serializing/deserializing param data.

Parameters

name (str) – The name of the subparam to get the value for.

classmethod getSubParams()

Return a dictionary mapping subparam names to their values.

getTypeHint()
get_version()

Method to get the version of a particular object. Defaults to the current version of mmshare. This class can be overridden for custom versioning behavior.

inherits(self, classname: str) bool
initAbstract()
initConcrete()

Override to customize initialization of concrete params.

initializeValue()

Override to dynamically set up the default value of the param. Useful for default values that are determined at runtime. This is called any time the param is reset.

installEventFilter(self, a0: QObject)
classmethod isAbstract()

Whether the param is an “abstract” param.

isDefault()

Whether the current value of this instance matches the default value.

isSignalConnected(self, signal: QMetaMethod) bool
isWidgetType(self) bool
isWindowType(self) bool
killTimer(self, id: int)
ld_endpoint: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
ld_endpointChanged
ld_endpointReplaced
ld_model: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
ld_modelChanged
ld_modelReplaced
metaObject(self) QMetaObject
moveToThread(self, thread: QThread)
objectName(self) str
objectNameChanged

objectNameChanged(self, objectName: str) [signal]

option: object

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
optionChanged
optionReplaced
classmethod owner()

Get the owner of the param:

# Can be called on an abstract param:
assert Coord.x.owner() == Coord

# ...or on an instance of a CompoundParam
a = Atom()
assert a.coord.owner() == a
classmethod ownerChain()

Returns a list of param owners starting from the toplevel param and ending with self. Examples:

foo.bar.atom.coord.ownerChain() will return [foo, bar, atom, coord] where every item is a concrete param.

Foo.bar.atom.coord.x.ownerChain() will return [Foo, Foo.bar, Foo.atom.coord, Foo.atom.coord.x] where every item is an abstract params.

classmethod paramName()

Get the name of the param:

# Can be called on an abstract param:
print(Coord.x.paramName()) # 'x'

# ...or on an instance of a CompoundParam
a = Atom()
a.coord.paramName() # 'coord'
parent(self) QObject
property(self, name: str) Any
pyqtConfigure(...)

Each keyword argument is either the name of a Qt property or a Qt signal. For properties the property is set to the given value which should be of an appropriate type. For signals the signal is connected to the given value which should be a callable.

receivers(self, signal: PYQT_SIGNAL) int
removeEventFilter(self, a0: QObject)
reset(*abstract_params)

Resets this compound param to its default value:

class Line(CompoundParam):
    start = Coord(x=1, y=2)
    end = Coord(x=4, y=5)
line = Line()
line.start.x = line.end.x = 10
assert line.start.x == line.end.x == 10
line.reset()
assert line.start.x == 1
assert line.end.x == 4

Any number of abstract params may be passed in to perform a partial reset of only the specified params:

line.start.x = line.end.x = 10
line.reset(Line.start.x)  # resets just start.x
assert line.start.x == 1
assert line.end.x == 10

line.reset(Line.end)      # resets the entire end point
assert line.end.x == 4

line.start.y = line.end.y = 10
line.reset(Line.start.y, Line.end.y)  # resets the y-coord of both
assert line.start.y == 2
assert line.end.y == 5
sender(self) QObject
senderSignalIndex(self) int
setObjectName(self, name: str)
classmethod setParamValue(obj, value)

Set the value of a param on an object by specifying the instance and the value:

# Setting the param value of a basic param
a = Atom()
Atom.coord.x.setParamValue(a, 5)
assert a.coord.x == 5

# setParamValue can also be used to set the value of CompoundParams
c = Coord()
c.x = 10
atom.coord.setParamValue(a, c)
assert atom.coord.x == 10
Parameters
  • param – The owner param to set a subparam value of.

  • value – The value to set the subparam value to.

setParent(self, a0: QObject)
setProperty(self, name: str, value: Any) bool
classmethod setReference(param1, param2)

Call this class method from configureParam to indicate that two params should be kept in sync. The initial values will start with the default value of param1. Example:

class Square(CompoundParam):
    width: float = 5
    height: float = 10

    @classmethod
    def configureParam(cls):
        super().configureParam()
        cls.setReference(cls.width, cls.height)

square = Square()
assert square.width == square.height == 5 # Default value of width
                                          # takes priority
square.height = 7
assert square.width == square.height == 7
square.width = 6
assert square.width == square.height == 6
Parameters
  • param1 – The first abstract param to keep synced

  • param2 – The second abstract param. After instantiation, this param will take on the value of param1.

setValue(value=None, **kwargs)

Set the value of this CompoundParam to match value.

Parameters
  • value – The value to set this CompoundParam to. It should be the same type as this CompoundParam.

  • kwargs – For internal use only.

signalsBlocked(self) bool
skip_eq_check()
startTimer(self, interval: int, timerType: Qt.TimerType = Qt.CoarseTimer) int
staticMetaObject = <PyQt6.QtCore.QMetaObject object>
thread(self) QThread
timerEvent(self, a0: QTimerEvent)
toDict()

Return a dictionary version of this CompoundParam. The returned dictionary is fully nested and contains no CompoundParam instances

a = Atom()
a_dict = a.toDict()
assert a_dict['coord']['x'] == 0
assert a_dict['coord'] == {'x':0, 'y':0}
toJson(_mark_version=True)

Create and returns a data structure made up of jsonable items.

Return type

An instance of one the classes from NATIVE_JSON_DATATYPES

toJsonImplementation()

Returns a JSON representation of this value object.

Warning

This should never be called directly.

tr(sourceText: str, disambiguation: typing.Optional[str] = None, n: int = - 1) str
units: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
unitsChanged
unitsReplaced
valueChanged
class schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.ThreeDExportItem(*args, _param_type=<object object>, **kwargs)

Bases: schrodinger.models.parameters.CompoundParam

Parameters specifying 3D structure data export.

Variables

key (structure.Structure or str or NoneType) –

the identification key for this 3D item. It should either be:

  1. a structure, if its corporate ID should be the same as that assigned to a structure that has not yet been exported

  2. a string, if its corporate ID is known

  3. None, if its corporate ID should be automatically assigned by LD

key: object

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
ligand: schrodinger.structure._structure.Structure

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
receptor: schrodinger.structure._structure.Structure

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
three_d_specs: List[schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.Base3DExportSpec]

A list param that contains CompoundParam instances. Signals will be emitted any time an item in the list changes or the contents of the list itself change. See _SignalContainer and _PLPSignalContainer for information on specific signals.

setItemKey(key)

Assign the key to be used to identify where this item should be stored on a LiveDesign server.

Parameters

key (structure.Structure or str or NoneType) – the identification key for this item

setLigandCorpID(corp_id)

Assign the corporate ID for this structure.

Parameters

corp_id (str or NoneType) – the corporate ID, if any

getLigandCorpID()
Returns

the corporate ID for this item

Return type

str or NoneType

getLigandCompoundID()
Returns

the compound ID for this item

Return type

str or NoneType

DataClass

This class can be used to declare a public attribute on a CompoundParam. Declared public attributes can be used without error.

Example usage:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int
    note = NonParamAttribute()

coord = Coord()
coord.note = "hello" # No error
__init__(default_value=<object object>, _param_type=<object object>, **kwargs)
classmethod addSubParam(name, param, update_owner=True)
blockSignals(self, b: bool) bool
block_signal_propagation()
childEvent(self, a0: QChildEvent)
children(self) List[QObject]
classmethod configureParam()

Override this class method to set up the abstract param class (e.g. setParamReference on child params.)

connectNotify(self, signal: QMetaMethod)
customEvent(self, a0: QEvent)
classmethod defaultValue()

Returns the default value for this abstract param:

default_atom = Atom.defaultValue()
assert Atom.coord.x == 0
deleteLater(self)
destroyed

destroyed(self, object: typing.Optional[QObject] = None) [signal]

disconnect(a0: QMetaObject.Connection) bool
disconnect(self) None
disconnectNotify(self, signal: QMetaMethod)
dumpObjectInfo(self)
dumpObjectTree(self)
dynamicPropertyNames(self) List[QByteArray]
event(self, a0: QEvent) bool
eventFilter(self, a0: QObject, a1: QEvent) bool
findChild(self, type: type, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) QObject
findChild(self, types: Tuple, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) QObject
findChildren(self, type: type, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, types: Tuple, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, type: type, re: QRegularExpression, options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, types: Tuple, re: QRegularExpression, options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
classmethod fromJson(json_obj)

A factory method which constructs a new object from a given dict loaded from a json string or file.

Parameters

json_obj (dict) – A json-loaded dictionary to create an object from.

Returns

An instance of this class.

Return type

cls

classmethod fromJsonImplementation(json_dict)

Sets the value of this compound param value object from a JSON dict.

Warning

This should never be called directly.

getAbstractParam()

Return the corresponding abstract param for this instance.

classmethod getJsonBlacklist()

Override to customize what params are serialized.

Implementations should return a list of abstract params that should be omitted from serialization.

..NOTE

Returned abstract params must be direct child params of cls, e.g. cls.name, not cls.coord.x.

classmethod getParamSignal(obj, signal_type='Changed')
classmethod getParamValue(obj)

Enables access to a param value on a compound param via an abstract param reference:

a = Atom()
assert Atom.coord.x.getParamValue(a) == 0 # ints default to 0
a.coord.x = 3
assert Atom.coord.x.getParamValue(a) == 3
Parameters

param (CompoundParam) – The owner param to get a param value from

classmethod getSubParam(name)

Get the value of a subparam using the string name:

c = Coord()
assert c.getSubParam('x') == 0

Note

Using the string name to access params is generally discouraged, but can be useful for serializing/deserializing param data.

Parameters

name (str) – The name of the subparam to get the value for.

classmethod getSubParams()

Return a dictionary mapping subparam names to their values.

getTypeHint()
get_version()

Method to get the version of a particular object. Defaults to the current version of mmshare. This class can be overridden for custom versioning behavior.

inherits(self, classname: str) bool
initAbstract()
initConcrete()

Override to customize initialization of concrete params.

initializeValue()

Override to dynamically set up the default value of the param. Useful for default values that are determined at runtime. This is called any time the param is reset.

installEventFilter(self, a0: QObject)
classmethod isAbstract()

Whether the param is an “abstract” param.

isDefault()

Whether the current value of this instance matches the default value.

isSignalConnected(self, signal: QMetaMethod) bool
isWidgetType(self) bool
isWindowType(self) bool
keyChanged
keyReplaced
killTimer(self, id: int)
ligandChanged
ligandReplaced
metaObject(self) QMetaObject
moveToThread(self, thread: QThread)
objectName(self) str
objectNameChanged

objectNameChanged(self, objectName: str) [signal]

classmethod owner()

Get the owner of the param:

# Can be called on an abstract param:
assert Coord.x.owner() == Coord

# ...or on an instance of a CompoundParam
a = Atom()
assert a.coord.owner() == a
classmethod ownerChain()

Returns a list of param owners starting from the toplevel param and ending with self. Examples:

foo.bar.atom.coord.ownerChain() will return [foo, bar, atom, coord] where every item is a concrete param.

Foo.bar.atom.coord.x.ownerChain() will return [Foo, Foo.bar, Foo.atom.coord, Foo.atom.coord.x] where every item is an abstract params.

classmethod paramName()

Get the name of the param:

# Can be called on an abstract param:
print(Coord.x.paramName()) # 'x'

# ...or on an instance of a CompoundParam
a = Atom()
a.coord.paramName() # 'coord'
parent(self) QObject
property(self, name: str) Any
pyqtConfigure(...)

Each keyword argument is either the name of a Qt property or a Qt signal. For properties the property is set to the given value which should be of an appropriate type. For signals the signal is connected to the given value which should be a callable.

receivers(self, signal: PYQT_SIGNAL) int
receptorChanged
receptorReplaced
removeEventFilter(self, a0: QObject)
reset(*abstract_params)

Resets this compound param to its default value:

class Line(CompoundParam):
    start = Coord(x=1, y=2)
    end = Coord(x=4, y=5)
line = Line()
line.start.x = line.end.x = 10
assert line.start.x == line.end.x == 10
line.reset()
assert line.start.x == 1
assert line.end.x == 4

Any number of abstract params may be passed in to perform a partial reset of only the specified params:

line.start.x = line.end.x = 10
line.reset(Line.start.x)  # resets just start.x
assert line.start.x == 1
assert line.end.x == 10

line.reset(Line.end)      # resets the entire end point
assert line.end.x == 4

line.start.y = line.end.y = 10
line.reset(Line.start.y, Line.end.y)  # resets the y-coord of both
assert line.start.y == 2
assert line.end.y == 5
sender(self) QObject
senderSignalIndex(self) int
setObjectName(self, name: str)
classmethod setParamValue(obj, value)

Set the value of a param on an object by specifying the instance and the value:

# Setting the param value of a basic param
a = Atom()
Atom.coord.x.setParamValue(a, 5)
assert a.coord.x == 5

# setParamValue can also be used to set the value of CompoundParams
c = Coord()
c.x = 10
atom.coord.setParamValue(a, c)
assert atom.coord.x == 10
Parameters
  • param – The owner param to set a subparam value of.

  • value – The value to set the subparam value to.

setParent(self, a0: QObject)
setProperty(self, name: str, value: Any) bool
classmethod setReference(param1, param2)

Call this class method from configureParam to indicate that two params should be kept in sync. The initial values will start with the default value of param1. Example:

class Square(CompoundParam):
    width: float = 5
    height: float = 10

    @classmethod
    def configureParam(cls):
        super().configureParam()
        cls.setReference(cls.width, cls.height)

square = Square()
assert square.width == square.height == 5 # Default value of width
                                          # takes priority
square.height = 7
assert square.width == square.height == 7
square.width = 6
assert square.width == square.height == 6
Parameters
  • param1 – The first abstract param to keep synced

  • param2 – The second abstract param. After instantiation, this param will take on the value of param1.

setValue(value=None, **kwargs)

Set the value of this CompoundParam to match value.

Parameters
  • value – The value to set this CompoundParam to. It should be the same type as this CompoundParam.

  • kwargs – For internal use only.

signalsBlocked(self) bool
skip_eq_check()
startTimer(self, interval: int, timerType: Qt.TimerType = Qt.CoarseTimer) int
staticMetaObject = <PyQt6.QtCore.QMetaObject object>
thread(self) QThread
three_d_specsChanged
three_d_specsReplaced
timerEvent(self, a0: QTimerEvent)
toDict()

Return a dictionary version of this CompoundParam. The returned dictionary is fully nested and contains no CompoundParam instances

a = Atom()
a_dict = a.toDict()
assert a_dict['coord']['x'] == 0
assert a_dict['coord'] == {'x':0, 'y':0}
toJson(_mark_version=True)

Create and returns a data structure made up of jsonable items.

Return type

An instance of one the classes from NATIVE_JSON_DATATYPES

toJsonImplementation()

Returns a JSON representation of this value object.

Warning

This should never be called directly.

tr(sourceText: str, disambiguation: typing.Optional[str] = None, n: int = - 1) str
valueChanged
class schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.SummaryModel(*args, _param_type=<object object>, **kwargs)

Bases: schrodinger.models.parameters.CompoundParam

The model for the summary panel shown the user prior to export.

ld_destination: schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.LDDestination

Parameters specifying the destination of the exported data, both LiveDesign server and live report.

structures_for_2d_export: List[schrodinger.structure._structure.Structure]

A Param to represent lists. Values of this param will have a mutated signal that will be emitted whenever any mutation method is called.

The constructor optionally takes a item_class keyword argument to specify what type of class the items in the list will be. This information will be used for jsonifying the list if specified.

input_summary: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
three_d_export_items: List[schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.ThreeDExportItem]

A list param that contains CompoundParam instances. Signals will be emitted any time an item in the list changes or the contents of the list itself change. See _SignalContainer and _PLPSignalContainer for information on specific signals.

match_compounds_by: schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.MatchCompoundsBy
property_export_specs: List[schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.PropertyExportSpec]

A list param that contains CompoundParam instances. Signals will be emitted any time an item in the list changes or the contents of the list itself change. See _SignalContainer and _PLPSignalContainer for information on specific signals.

ffc_export_specs: List[schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.FFCExportSpec]

A list param that contains CompoundParam instances. Signals will be emitted any time an item in the list changes or the contents of the list itself change. See _SignalContainer and _PLPSignalContainer for information on specific signals.

export_specs: List[schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.DataExportSpec]

A list param that contains CompoundParam instances. Signals will be emitted any time an item in the list changes or the contents of the list itself change. See _SignalContainer and _PLPSignalContainer for information on specific signals.

publish_data: bool

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
DataClass

This class can be used to declare a public attribute on a CompoundParam. Declared public attributes can be used without error.

Example usage:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int
    note = NonParamAttribute()

coord = Coord()
coord.note = "hello" # No error
__init__(default_value=<object object>, _param_type=<object object>, **kwargs)
classmethod addSubParam(name, param, update_owner=True)
blockSignals(self, b: bool) bool
block_signal_propagation()
childEvent(self, a0: QChildEvent)
children(self) List[QObject]
classmethod configureParam()

Override this class method to set up the abstract param class (e.g. setParamReference on child params.)

connectNotify(self, signal: QMetaMethod)
customEvent(self, a0: QEvent)
classmethod defaultValue()

Returns the default value for this abstract param:

default_atom = Atom.defaultValue()
assert Atom.coord.x == 0
deleteLater(self)
destroyed

destroyed(self, object: typing.Optional[QObject] = None) [signal]

disconnect(a0: QMetaObject.Connection) bool
disconnect(self) None
disconnectNotify(self, signal: QMetaMethod)
dumpObjectInfo(self)
dumpObjectTree(self)
dynamicPropertyNames(self) List[QByteArray]
event(self, a0: QEvent) bool
eventFilter(self, a0: QObject, a1: QEvent) bool
export_specsChanged
export_specsReplaced
ffc_export_specsChanged
ffc_export_specsReplaced
findChild(self, type: type, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) QObject
findChild(self, types: Tuple, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) QObject
findChildren(self, type: type, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, types: Tuple, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, type: type, re: QRegularExpression, options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, types: Tuple, re: QRegularExpression, options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
classmethod fromJson(json_obj)

A factory method which constructs a new object from a given dict loaded from a json string or file.

Parameters

json_obj (dict) – A json-loaded dictionary to create an object from.

Returns

An instance of this class.

Return type

cls

classmethod fromJsonImplementation(json_dict)

Sets the value of this compound param value object from a JSON dict.

Warning

This should never be called directly.

getAbstractParam()

Return the corresponding abstract param for this instance.

classmethod getJsonBlacklist()

Override to customize what params are serialized.

Implementations should return a list of abstract params that should be omitted from serialization.

..NOTE

Returned abstract params must be direct child params of cls, e.g. cls.name, not cls.coord.x.

classmethod getParamSignal(obj, signal_type='Changed')
classmethod getParamValue(obj)

Enables access to a param value on a compound param via an abstract param reference:

a = Atom()
assert Atom.coord.x.getParamValue(a) == 0 # ints default to 0
a.coord.x = 3
assert Atom.coord.x.getParamValue(a) == 3
Parameters

param (CompoundParam) – The owner param to get a param value from

classmethod getSubParam(name)

Get the value of a subparam using the string name:

c = Coord()
assert c.getSubParam('x') == 0

Note

Using the string name to access params is generally discouraged, but can be useful for serializing/deserializing param data.

Parameters

name (str) – The name of the subparam to get the value for.

classmethod getSubParams()

Return a dictionary mapping subparam names to their values.

getTypeHint()
get_version()

Method to get the version of a particular object. Defaults to the current version of mmshare. This class can be overridden for custom versioning behavior.

inherits(self, classname: str) bool
initAbstract()
initConcrete()

Override to customize initialization of concrete params.

initializeValue()

Override to dynamically set up the default value of the param. Useful for default values that are determined at runtime. This is called any time the param is reset.

input_summaryChanged
input_summaryReplaced
installEventFilter(self, a0: QObject)
classmethod isAbstract()

Whether the param is an “abstract” param.

isDefault()

Whether the current value of this instance matches the default value.

isSignalConnected(self, signal: QMetaMethod) bool
isWidgetType(self) bool
isWindowType(self) bool
killTimer(self, id: int)
ld_destinationChanged
ld_destinationReplaced
match_compounds_byChanged
match_compounds_byReplaced
metaObject(self) QMetaObject
moveToThread(self, thread: QThread)
objectName(self) str
objectNameChanged

objectNameChanged(self, objectName: str) [signal]

classmethod owner()

Get the owner of the param:

# Can be called on an abstract param:
assert Coord.x.owner() == Coord

# ...or on an instance of a CompoundParam
a = Atom()
assert a.coord.owner() == a
classmethod ownerChain()

Returns a list of param owners starting from the toplevel param and ending with self. Examples:

foo.bar.atom.coord.ownerChain() will return [foo, bar, atom, coord] where every item is a concrete param.

Foo.bar.atom.coord.x.ownerChain() will return [Foo, Foo.bar, Foo.atom.coord, Foo.atom.coord.x] where every item is an abstract params.

classmethod paramName()

Get the name of the param:

# Can be called on an abstract param:
print(Coord.x.paramName()) # 'x'

# ...or on an instance of a CompoundParam
a = Atom()
a.coord.paramName() # 'coord'
parent(self) QObject
property(self, name: str) Any
property_export_specsChanged
property_export_specsReplaced
publish_dataChanged
publish_dataReplaced
pyqtConfigure(...)

Each keyword argument is either the name of a Qt property or a Qt signal. For properties the property is set to the given value which should be of an appropriate type. For signals the signal is connected to the given value which should be a callable.

receivers(self, signal: PYQT_SIGNAL) int
removeEventFilter(self, a0: QObject)
reset(*abstract_params)

Resets this compound param to its default value:

class Line(CompoundParam):
    start = Coord(x=1, y=2)
    end = Coord(x=4, y=5)
line = Line()
line.start.x = line.end.x = 10
assert line.start.x == line.end.x == 10
line.reset()
assert line.start.x == 1
assert line.end.x == 4

Any number of abstract params may be passed in to perform a partial reset of only the specified params:

line.start.x = line.end.x = 10
line.reset(Line.start.x)  # resets just start.x
assert line.start.x == 1
assert line.end.x == 10

line.reset(Line.end)      # resets the entire end point
assert line.end.x == 4

line.start.y = line.end.y = 10
line.reset(Line.start.y, Line.end.y)  # resets the y-coord of both
assert line.start.y == 2
assert line.end.y == 5
sender(self) QObject
senderSignalIndex(self) int
setObjectName(self, name: str)
classmethod setParamValue(obj, value)

Set the value of a param on an object by specifying the instance and the value:

# Setting the param value of a basic param
a = Atom()
Atom.coord.x.setParamValue(a, 5)
assert a.coord.x == 5

# setParamValue can also be used to set the value of CompoundParams
c = Coord()
c.x = 10
atom.coord.setParamValue(a, c)
assert atom.coord.x == 10
Parameters
  • param – The owner param to set a subparam value of.

  • value – The value to set the subparam value to.

setParent(self, a0: QObject)
setProperty(self, name: str, value: Any) bool
classmethod setReference(param1, param2)

Call this class method from configureParam to indicate that two params should be kept in sync. The initial values will start with the default value of param1. Example:

class Square(CompoundParam):
    width: float = 5
    height: float = 10

    @classmethod
    def configureParam(cls):
        super().configureParam()
        cls.setReference(cls.width, cls.height)

square = Square()
assert square.width == square.height == 5 # Default value of width
                                          # takes priority
square.height = 7
assert square.width == square.height == 7
square.width = 6
assert square.width == square.height == 6
Parameters
  • param1 – The first abstract param to keep synced

  • param2 – The second abstract param. After instantiation, this param will take on the value of param1.

setValue(value=None, **kwargs)

Set the value of this CompoundParam to match value.

Parameters
  • value – The value to set this CompoundParam to. It should be the same type as this CompoundParam.

  • kwargs – For internal use only.

signalsBlocked(self) bool
skip_eq_check()
startTimer(self, interval: int, timerType: Qt.TimerType = Qt.CoarseTimer) int
staticMetaObject = <PyQt6.QtCore.QMetaObject object>
structures_for_2d_exportChanged
structures_for_2d_exportReplaced
thread(self) QThread
three_d_export_itemsChanged
three_d_export_itemsReplaced
timerEvent(self, a0: QTimerEvent)
toDict()

Return a dictionary version of this CompoundParam. The returned dictionary is fully nested and contains no CompoundParam instances

a = Atom()
a_dict = a.toDict()
assert a_dict['coord']['x'] == 0
assert a_dict['coord'] == {'x':0, 'y':0}
toJson(_mark_version=True)

Create and returns a data structure made up of jsonable items.

Return type

An instance of one the classes from NATIVE_JSON_DATATYPES

toJsonImplementation()

Returns a JSON representation of this value object.

Warning

This should never be called directly.

tr(sourceText: str, disambiguation: typing.Optional[str] = None, n: int = - 1) str
valueChanged
class schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.TaskInput(*args, _param_type=<object object>, **kwargs)

Bases: schrodinger.models.parameters.CompoundParam

Input model for export tasks.

ld_models: object

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
ld_destination: schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.LDDestination

Parameters specifying the destination of the exported data, both LiveDesign server and live report.

structures_for_2d_export: List[schrodinger.structure._structure.Structure]

A Param to represent lists. Values of this param will have a mutated signal that will be emitted whenever any mutation method is called.

The constructor optionally takes a item_class keyword argument to specify what type of class the items in the list will be. This information will be used for jsonifying the list if specified.

three_d_export_items: List[schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.ThreeDExportItem]

A list param that contains CompoundParam instances. Signals will be emitted any time an item in the list changes or the contents of the list itself change. See _SignalContainer and _PLPSignalContainer for information on specific signals.

property_export_specs: List[schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.PropertyExportSpec]

A list param that contains CompoundParam instances. Signals will be emitted any time an item in the list changes or the contents of the list itself change. See _SignalContainer and _PLPSignalContainer for information on specific signals.

ffc_export_specs: List[schrodinger.application.livedesign.export_models.FFCExportSpec]

A list param that contains CompoundParam instances. Signals will be emitted any time an item in the list changes or the contents of the list itself change. See _SignalContainer and _PLPSignalContainer for information on specific signals.

publish_data: bool

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
entry_type_name: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
export_3d: bool

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
pose_name_custom_text: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
pose_name_propname: schrodinger.structure._structure.PropertyName

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
export_generic_entities: bool

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
structures: List[schrodinger.structure._structure.Structure]

A Param to represent lists. Values of this param will have a mutated signal that will be emitted whenever any mutation method is called.

The constructor optionally takes a item_class keyword argument to specify what type of class the items in the list will be. This information will be used for jsonifying the list if specified.

corp_id_match_prop: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
ge_file_format: str

Base class for all Param classes. A Param is a descriptor for storing data, which means that a single Param instance will manage the data values for multiple instances of the class that owns it. Example:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int

An instance of the Coord class can be created normally, and Params can be accessed as normal attributes:

coord = Coord()
coord.x = 4

When a Param value is set, the valueChanged signal is emitted. Params can be serialized and deserialized to and from JSON. Params can also be nested:

class Atom(CompoundParam):
    coord: Coord
    element: str
DataClass

This class can be used to declare a public attribute on a CompoundParam. Declared public attributes can be used without error.

Example usage:

class Coord(CompoundParam):
    x: int
    y: int
    note = NonParamAttribute()

coord = Coord()
coord.note = "hello" # No error
__init__(default_value=<object object>, _param_type=<object object>, **kwargs)
classmethod addSubParam(name, param, update_owner=True)
blockSignals(self, b: bool) bool
block_signal_propagation()
childEvent(self, a0: QChildEvent)
children(self) List[QObject]
classmethod configureParam()

Override this class method to set up the abstract param class (e.g. setParamReference on child params.)

connectNotify(self, signal: QMetaMethod)
corp_id_match_propChanged
corp_id_match_propReplaced
customEvent(self, a0: QEvent)
classmethod defaultValue()

Returns the default value for this abstract param:

default_atom = Atom.defaultValue()
assert Atom.coord.x == 0
deleteLater(self)
destroyed

destroyed(self, object: typing.Optional[QObject] = None) [signal]

disconnect(a0: QMetaObject.Connection) bool
disconnect(self) None
disconnectNotify(self, signal: QMetaMethod)
dumpObjectInfo(self)
dumpObjectTree(self)
dynamicPropertyNames(self) List[QByteArray]
entry_type_nameChanged
entry_type_nameReplaced
event(self, a0: QEvent) bool
eventFilter(self, a0: QObject, a1: QEvent) bool
export_3dChanged
export_3dReplaced
export_generic_entitiesChanged
export_generic_entitiesReplaced
ffc_export_specsChanged
ffc_export_specsReplaced
findChild(self, type: type, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) QObject
findChild(self, types: Tuple, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) QObject
findChildren(self, type: type, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, types: Tuple, name: str = '', options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, type: type, re: QRegularExpression, options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
findChildren(self, types: Tuple, re: QRegularExpression, options: Qt.FindChildOption = Qt.FindChildrenRecursively) List[QObject]
classmethod fromJson(json_obj)

A factory method which constructs a new object from a given dict loaded from a json string or file.

Parameters

json_obj (dict) – A json-loaded dictionary to create an object from.

Returns

An instance of this class.

Return type

cls

classmethod fromJsonImplementation(json_dict)

Sets the value of this compound param value object from a JSON dict.

Warning

This should never be called directly.

ge_file_formatChanged
ge_file_formatReplaced
getAbstractParam()

Return the corresponding abstract param for this instance.

classmethod getJsonBlacklist()

Override to customize what params are serialized.

Implementations should return a list of abstract params that should be omitted from serialization.

..NOTE

Returned abstract params must be direct child params of cls, e.g. cls.name, not cls.coord.x.

classmethod getParamSignal(obj, signal_type='Changed')
classmethod getParamValue(obj)

Enables access to a param value on a compound param via an abstract param reference:

a = Atom()
assert Atom.coord.x.getParamValue(a) == 0 # ints default to 0
a.coord.x = 3
assert Atom.coord.x.getParamValue(a) == 3
Parameters

param (CompoundParam) – The owner param to get a param value from

classmethod getSubParam(name)

Get the value of a subparam using the string name:

c = Coord()
assert c.getSubParam('x') == 0

Note

Using the string name to access params is generally discouraged, but can be useful for serializing/deserializing param data.

Parameters

name (str) – The name of the subparam to get the value for.

classmethod getSubParams()

Return a dictionary mapping subparam names to their values.

getTypeHint()
get_version()

Method to get the version of a particular object. Defaults to the current version of mmshare. This class can be overridden for custom versioning behavior.

inherits(self, classname: str) bool
initAbstract()
initConcrete()

Override to customize initialization of concrete params.

initializeValue()

Override to dynamically set up the default value of the param. Useful for default values that are determined at runtime. This is called any time the param is reset.

installEventFilter(self, a0: QObject)
classmethod isAbstract()

Whether the param is an “abstract” param.

isDefault()

Whether the current value of this instance matches the default value.

isSignalConnected(self, signal: QMetaMethod) bool
isWidgetType(self) bool
isWindowType(self) bool
killTimer(self, id: int)
ld_destinationChanged
ld_destinationReplaced
ld_modelsChanged
ld_modelsReplaced
metaObject(self) QMetaObject
moveToThread(self, thread: QThread)
objectName(self) str
objectNameChanged

objectNameChanged(self, objectName: str) [signal]

classmethod owner()

Get the owner of the param:

# Can be called on an abstract param:
assert Coord.x.owner() == Coord

# ...or on an instance of a CompoundParam
a = Atom()
assert a.coord.owner() == a
classmethod ownerChain()

Returns a list of param owners starting from the toplevel param and ending with self. Examples:

foo.bar.atom.coord.ownerChain() will return [foo, bar, atom, coord] where every item is a concrete param.

Foo.bar.atom.coord.x.ownerChain() will return [Foo, Foo.bar, Foo.atom.coord, Foo.atom.coord.x] where every item is an abstract params.

classmethod paramName()

Get the name of the param:

# Can be called on an abstract param:
print(Coord.x.paramName()) # 'x'

# ...or on an instance of a CompoundParam
a = Atom()
a.coord.paramName() # 'coord'
parent(self) QObject
pose_name_custom_textChanged
pose_name_custom_textReplaced
pose_name_propnameChanged
pose_name_propnameReplaced
property(self, name: str) Any
property_export_specsChanged
property_export_specsReplaced
publish_dataChanged
publish_dataReplaced
pyqtConfigure(...)

Each keyword argument is either the name of a Qt property or a Qt signal. For properties the property is set to the given value which should be of an appropriate type. For signals the signal is connected to the given value which should be a callable.

receivers(self, signal: PYQT_SIGNAL) int
removeEventFilter(self, a0: QObject)
reset(*abstract_params)

Resets this compound param to its default value:

class Line(CompoundParam):
    start<