Source code for psychopy.visual.slider

#!/usr/bin/env python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

"""A class for getting numeric or categorical ratings, e.g., a 1-to-7 scale."""

# Part of the PsychoPy library
# Copyright (C) 2015 Jonathan Peirce
# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL).

from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function

import copy
import numpy as np

from psychopy import core, logging, event
from .basevisual import MinimalStim, ColorMixin, BaseVisualStim
from .rect import Rect
from .grating import GratingStim
from .elementarray import ElementArrayStim
from .circle import Circle
from .shape import ShapeStim
from .text import TextStim
from import logAttrib, setAttribute, attributeSetter
from ..constants import FINISHED, STARTED, NOT_STARTED

[docs]class Slider(MinimalStim, ColorMixin): """A class for obtaining ratings, e.g., on a 1-to-7 or categorical scale. A simpler alternative to RatingScale, to be customised with code rather than with arguments. A RatingScale instance is a re-usable visual object having a ``draw()`` method, with customizable appearance and response options. ``draw()`` displays the rating scale, handles the subject's mouse or key responses, and updates the display. When the subject accepts a selection, ``.noResponse`` goes ``False`` (i.e., there is a response). You can call the ``getRating()`` method anytime to get a rating, ``getRT()`` to get the decision time, or ``getHistory()`` to obtain the entire set of (rating, RT) pairs. For other examples see Coder Demos -> stimuli -> :Authors: - 2018: Jon Peirce """ def __init__(self, win, ticks=(1, 2, 3, 4, 5), labels=None, pos=None, size=None, units=None, flip=False, style='rating', styleTweaks=[], granularity=0, readOnly=False, color='White', fillColor='Red', borderColor='White', colorSpace='rgb', opacity=None, font='Helvetica Bold', depth=0, name=None, labelHeight=None, labelWrapWidth=None, autoDraw=False, autoLog=True): """ Parameters ---------- win : psychopy.visual.Window Into which the scale will be rendered ticks : list or tuple A set of values for tick locations. If given a list of numbers then these determine the locations of the ticks (the first and last determine the endpoints and the rest are spaced according to their values between these endpoints. labels : a list or tuple The text to go with each tick (or spaced evenly across the ticks). If you give 3 labels but 5 tick locations then the end and middle ticks will be given labels. If the labels can't be distributed across the ticks then an error will be raised. If you want an uneven distribution you should include a list matching the length of ticks but with some values set to None pos : XY pair (tuple, array or list) size : w,h pair (tuple, array or list) The size for the scale defines the area taken up by the line and the ticks. This also controls whether the scale is horizontal or vertical. units : the units to interpret the pos and size flip : bool By default the labels will be below or left of the line. This puts them above (or right) granularity : int or float The smallest valid increments for the scale. 0 gives a continuous (e.g. "VAS") scale. 1 gives a traditional likert scale. Something like 0.1 gives a limited fine-grained scale. color : Color of the line/ticks/labels according to the color space font : font name autodraw : depth : name : autoLog : """ # what local vars are defined (these are the init params) for use by # __repr__ self._initParams = dir() super(Slider, self).__init__(name=name, autoLog=False) = win self.ticks = np.asarray(ticks) self.labels = labels if pos is None: self.__dict__['pos'] = (0, 0) else: self.__dict__['pos'] = pos if units is None: self.units = win.units else: self.units = units if size is None: defaultSizes = { None: [[0]*1.0,[1]*0.1], 'height': [1.0, 0.1], 'norm': [1.0, 0.1], 'deg': [3.14, 0.314], 'cm': [10, 1], 'pix': [[0]*1.0,[1]*0.1] } self._size = defaultSizes[self.units] else: self._size = size self.flip = flip self.granularity = granularity self.colorSpace = colorSpace self.color = color self.fillColor = fillColor self.borderColor = borderColor self.opacity = opacity self.font = font self.autoDraw = autoDraw self.depth = depth = name self.autoLog = autoLog self.readOnly = readOnly self.categorical = False # will become True if no ticks set only labels self.rating = None # current value (from a response) self.markerPos = None # current value (maybe not from a response) self.rt = None self.history = [] self.marker = None self.line = None self.tickLines = [] self.tickLocs = None self.labelLocs = None self.labelWrapWidth = labelWrapWidth self.labelHeight = labelHeight or min(self._size) self._lineAspectRatio = 0.01 self._updateMarkerPos = True self._dragging = False self.mouse = event.Mouse() self._mouseStateClick = None # so we can rule out long click probs self._mouseStateXY = None # so we can rule out long click probs self.validArea = None self._createElements() # some things must wait until elements created self.contrast = 1.0 # set autoLog (now that params have been initialised) self.autoLog = autoLog if autoLog: logging.exp("Created %s = %s" % (, repr(self))) self.status = NOT_STARTED self.responseClock = core.Clock() # set the style when everything else is set self.styleTweaks = [] = style self.styleTweaks += styleTweaks def __repr__(self, complete=False): return self.__str__(complete=complete) # from MinimalStim @property def _lineL(self): """The length of the line (in the size units) """ return max(self.size) @property def _tickL(self): """The length of the line (in the size units) """ return min(self.size) @property def _lineW(self): """The length of the line (in the size units) """ return max(self.size) * self._lineAspectRatio @property def horiz(self): """(readonly) determines from self.size whether the scale is horizontal""" return self.size[0] > self.size[1] @property def size(self): """The size for the scale defines the area taken up by the line and the ticks. """ return self._size @property def opacity(self): BaseVisualStim.opacity.fget(self) @opacity.setter def opacity(self, value): BaseVisualStim.opacity.fset(self, value) self.fillColor = self._fillColor.copy() self.borderColor = self._borderColor.copy() self.foreColor = self._foreColor.copy()
[docs] def setOpacity(self, value): self.opacity = value
@property def foreColor(self): ColorMixin.foreColor.fget(self) @foreColor.setter def foreColor(self, value): ColorMixin.foreColor.fset(self, value) # Set color of each label if hasattr(self, 'labelObjs'): for lbl in self.labelObjs: lbl.color = self._foreColor.copy() @property def fillColor(self): ColorMixin.fillColor.fget(self) @fillColor.setter def fillColor(self, value): ColorMixin.fillColor.fset(self, value) # Set color of marker if hasattr(self, 'marker'): self.marker.fillColor = self._foreColor.copy() @property def borderColor(self): ColorMixin.borderColor.fget(self) @borderColor.setter def borderColor(self, value): ColorMixin.borderColor.fset(self, value) # Set color of lines if hasattr(self, 'line'): if not in ["scrollbar"]: # Scrollbar doesn't have an outline self.line.color = self._borderColor.copy() self.line.fillColor = self._borderColor.copy() if in ["slider", "scrollbar"]: # Slider and scrollbar need translucent fills self.line._fillColor.alpha *= 0.2 if hasattr(self, 'tickLines'): self.tickLines.colors = self._borderColor.copy() self.tickLines.opacities = self._borderColor.alpha
[docs] def reset(self): """Resets the slider to its starting state (so that it can be restarted on each trial with a new stimulus) """ self.markerPos = None self.history = [] self.rating = None self.rt = None self.responseClock.reset() self.status = NOT_STARTED
def _createElements(self): if not self.tickLocs: self._setTickLocs() if self.horiz: lineSize = self._lineL, self._lineW tickSize = self._lineW, self._tickL else: lineSize = self._lineW, self._lineL tickSize = self._tickL, self._lineW self.line = GratingStim(, pos=self.pos, color=self._borderColor.copy(), colorSpace=self.colorSpace, size=lineSize, sf=0, units=self.units, autoLog=False) self.tickLines = ElementArrayStim(, units=self.units, nElements=len(self.ticks), xys=self.tickLocs, elementMask=None, colors=self._borderColor.copy(), colorSpace = self.colorSpace, opacities=self._borderColor.alpha, sizes=tickSize, sfs=0, autoLog=False) self.labelObjs = [] if self.labels is not None: if not self.labelLocs: self._setLabelLocs() if self.horiz: alignHoriz = 'center' if not self.flip: alignVert = 'top' self.labelLocs -= [0, self._tickL] else: alignVert = 'bottom' self.labelLocs += [0, self._tickL] else: # vertical alignVert = 'center' if not self.flip: alignHoriz = 'right' self.labelLocs -= [self._tickL, 0] else: alignHoriz = 'left' self.labelLocs += [self._tickL, 0] for tickN, label in enumerate(self.labels): if label is None: continue obj = TextStim(, label, font=self.font, anchorHoriz=alignHoriz, anchorVert=alignVert, units=self.units, color=self._foreColor.copy(), colorSpace=self.colorSpace, pos=self.labelLocs[tickN, :], height=self.labelHeight, wrapWidth=self.labelWrapWidth, autoLog=False) self.labelObjs.append(obj) if self.units == 'norm': # convert to make marker round aspect =[0] /[1] markerSize = np.array([self._tickL, self._tickL * aspect]) else: markerSize = self._tickL self.marker = Circle(, units=self.units, size=markerSize, fillColor=self._fillColor, autoLog=False) # create a rectangle to check for clicks self.validArea = Rect(, units=self.units, pos=self.pos, size=[d * 1.1 for d in self.size], lineColor='DarkGrey', autoLog=False) @attributeSetter def pos(self, newPos): """Set position of slider Parameters ---------- value: tuple, list The new position of slider """ newPos = np.array(newPos) oldPos = self.__dict__['pos'] self.__dict__['pos'] = newPos deltaPos = np.subtract(newPos, oldPos) self.line.pos += deltaPos self.validArea.pos += deltaPos self.marker.pos += deltaPos self.tickLines.xys += deltaPos for label in self.labelObjs: label.pos += deltaPos def _ratingToPos(self, rating): try: n = len(rating) except: n = 1 pos = np.ones([n, 2], 'f') * self.pos scaleMag = self.ticks[-1] - self.ticks[0] scaleLow = self.ticks[0] if self.horiz: pos[:, 0] = (((rating - scaleLow) / scaleMag - 0.5) * self._lineL + self.pos[0]) else: pos[:, 1] = (((rating - scaleLow) / scaleMag - 0.5) * self._lineL + self.pos[1]) return pos def _posToRating(self, pos): scaleMag = self.ticks[-1] - self.ticks[0] scaleLow = self.ticks[0] if self.horiz: rating = (((pos[0] - self.pos[0]) / self._lineL + 0.5) * scaleMag + scaleLow) else: rating = (((pos[1] - self.pos[1]) / self._lineL + 0.5) * scaleMag + scaleLow) return rating
[docs] def _setTickLocs(self): """ Calculates the locations of the line, tickLines and labels from the rating info """ try: n = len(self.ticks) except TypeError: self.categorical = True if self.categorical: self.ticks = np.arange(len(self.labels)) self.granularity = 1.0 self.tickLocs = self._ratingToPos(self.ticks)
[docs] def _setLabelLocs(self): """ Calculates the locations of the line, tickLines and labels from the rating info """ if not self.labels: self.labelLocs = [] return labelFractions = np.arange(len(self.labels)) / (len(self.labels) - 1) tickIndices = np.round(labelFractions * (len(self.tickLocs) - 1)) self.labelLocs = self.tickLocs[tickIndices.astype('int')]
[docs] def _granularRating(self, rating): """Handle granularity for the rating""" if rating is not None: if self.granularity > 0: rating = round(rating / self.granularity) * self.granularity rating = round(rating, 8) # or gives 1.9000000000000001 rating = max(rating, self.ticks[0]) rating = min(rating, self.ticks[-1]) return rating
@attributeSetter def rating(self, rating): """The most recent rating from the participant or None. Note that the position of the marker can be set using current without looking like a change in the marker position""" rating = self._granularRating(rating) self.markerPos = rating if self.categorical and (rating is not None): rating = self.labels[int(round(rating))] self.__dict__['rating'] = rating @property def value(self): """Synonymous with .rating""" return self.rating @value.setter def value(self, val): self.rating = val @attributeSetter def markerPos(self, rating): """The position on the scale where the marker should be. Note that this does not alter the value of the reported rating, only its visible display. Also note that this position is in scale units, not in coordinates""" rating = self._granularRating(rating) if ('markerPos' not in self.__dict__ or not np.alltrue( self.__dict__['markerPos'] == rating)): self.__dict__['markerPos'] = rating self._updateMarkerPos = True
[docs] def recordRating(self, rating, rt=None, log=None): """Sets the current rating value """ rating = self._granularRating(rating) setAttribute(self, attrib='rating', value=rating, operation='', log=log) if rt is None: self.rt = self.responseClock.getTime() else: self.rt = rt self.history.append((rating, self.rt)) self._updateMarkerPos = True
[docs] def getRating(self): """Get the current value of rating (or None if no response yet) """ return self.rating
[docs] def getRT(self): """Get the RT for most recent rating (or None if no response yet) """ return self.rt
[docs] def draw(self): """Draw the Slider, with all its constituent elements on this frame """ self.getMouseResponses() # self.validArea.draw() self.line.draw() self.tickLines.draw() if self.markerPos is not None: if self._updateMarkerPos: self.marker.pos = self._ratingToPos(self.markerPos) self._updateMarkerPos = False self.marker.draw() for label in self.labelObjs: label.draw() # we started drawing to reset clock on flip if self.status == NOT_STARTED: self.status = STARTED
[docs] def getHistory(self): """Return a list of the subject's history as (rating, time) tuples. The history can be retrieved at any time, allowing for continuous ratings to be obtained in real-time. Both numerical and categorical choices are stored automatically in the history. """ return self.history
[docs] def setReadOnly(self, value=True, log=None): """When the rating scale is read only no responses can be made and the scale contrast is reduced Parameters ---------- value : bool (True) The value to which we should set the readOnly flag log : bool or None Force the autologging to occur or leave as default """ setAttribute(self, 'readOnly', value, log) if value == True: self.contrast = 0.5 else: self.contrast = 1.0
@attributeSetter def contrast(self, contrast): """Set all elements of the Slider (labels, ticks, line) to a contrast Parameters ---------- contrast """ self.marker.contrast = contrast self.line.contrast = contrast self.tickLines.contrasts = contrast for label in self.labelObjs: label.contrast = contrast
[docs] def getMouseResponses(self): """Instructs the rating scale to check for valid mouse responses. This is usually done during the draw() method but can be done by the user as well at any point in time. The rating will be returned but will ALSO automatically be set as the current rating response. While the mouse button is down we will alter self.markerPos but don't set a value for self.rating until button comes up Returns ---------- A rating value or None """ if self.readOnly: return click = bool(self.mouse.getPressed()[0]) xy = self.mouse.getPos() if click: # Update current but don't set Rating (mouse is still down) # Dragging has to start inside a "valid" area (i.e., on the # slider), but may continue even if the mouse moves away from # the slider, as long as the mouse button is not released. if (self.validArea.contains(self.mouse, units=self.units) or self._dragging): self.markerPos = self._posToRating(xy) # updates marker self._dragging = True else: # mouse is up - check if it *just* came up if self._dragging: self._dragging = False if self.markerPos is not None: self.recordRating(self.markerPos) return self.markerPos else: # is up and was already up - move along return None self._mouseStateXY = xy
# Overload color setters so they set sub-components @property def foreColor(self): ColorMixin.foreColor.fget(self) @foreColor.setter def foreColor(self, value): ColorMixin.foreColor.fset(self, value) # Set color for all labels if hasattr(self, "labelObjs"): for obj in self.labelObjs: obj.color = self._foreColor.copy() @property def fillColor(self): ColorMixin.fillColor.fget(self) @fillColor.setter def fillColor(self, value): ColorMixin.fillColor.fset(self, value) # Set color for marker if hasattr(self, "marker"): self.marker.fillColor = self._fillColor.copy() @property def borderColor(self): ColorMixin.borderColor.fget(self) @borderColor.setter def borderColor(self, value): ColorMixin.borderColor.fset(self, value) # Set color for lines if hasattr(self, "line"): self.line.color = self._borderColor.copy() if hasattr(self, "tickLines"): self.tickLines.colors = self._borderColor.copy() knownStyles = ['slider', 'rating', 'radio', 'scrollbar'] legacyStyles = [] knownStyleTweaks = ['labels45', 'triangleMarker'] legacyStyleTweaks = ['whiteOnBlack'] @attributeSetter def style(self, style): """Sets some predefined styles or use these to create your own. If you fancy creating and including your own styles that would be great! Parameters ---------- style: string Known styles currently include: 'rating': the marker is a circle 'slider': looks more like an application slider control 'whiteOnBlack': a sort of color-inverse rating scale 'scrollbar': looks like a scrollbar for a window Styles cannot be combined in a list - they are discrete """ self.__dict__['style'] = style # Legacy: If given a list (as was once the case), take the first style if isinstance(style, (list, tuple)): styles = style style = "rating" for val in styles: # If list contains a style, use it if val in self.knownStyles + self.legacyStyles: style = val # Apply any tweaks if val in self.knownStyleTweaks + self.legacyStyleTweaks: self.styleTweaks += val if style == 'rating': pass # this is just the default if style == 'slider': # make it more like a slider using a box instead of line self.line = Rect(, units=self.units, pos=self.pos, size=self.size, fillColor=self._borderColor.copy(), lineColor=None, autoLog=False) self.line._fillColor.alpha *= 0.2 if self.horiz: markerW = self.size[0] * 0.01 markerH = self.size[1] * 0.8 else: markerW = self.size[0] * 0.8 markerH = self.size[1] * 0.01 self.marker = Rect(, units=self.units, size=[markerW, markerH], fillColor=self._fillColor, lineColor=None, autoLog=False) if style == 'radio': # no line, ticks are circles self.line.opacity = 0 # ticks are circles self.tickLines.sizes = (self._tickL, self._tickL) self.tickLines.elementMask = 'circle' # marker must be smalle than a "tick" circle self.marker.size = self._tickL * 0.7 self.marker.fillColor = self._fillColor.copy() if style == 'scrollbar': # Make marker the full height and 20% of the width of the slider markerSz = self.size[0]*0.2 if self.horiz else self.size[1]*0.2 w, h = self.size self.marker = Rect(, units=self.units, size=[markerSz, h] if self.horiz else [w, markerSz], fillColor=self._fillColor, lineColor=None, autoLog=False) # Make the line a translucent box self.line = Rect(, units=self.units, pos=self.pos, size=[w+markerSz, h] if self.horiz else [w, h+markerSz], fillColor=self._borderColor.copy(), lineColor=None, autoLog=False) self.line._fillColor.alpha *= 0.05 self.tickLines = Rect(, size=(0,0), lineColor=None, fillColor=None) # Legacy: If given a tweak, apply it as a tweak rather than a style if style in self.knownStyleTweaks + self.legacyStyleTweaks: self.styleTweaks.append(style) @attributeSetter def styleTweaks(self, styleTweaks): """Sets some predefined style tweaks or use these to create your own. If you fancy creating and including your own style tweaks that would be great! Parameters ---------- styleTweaks: list of strings Known style tweaks currently include: 'triangleMarker': the marker is a triangle 'labels45': the text is rotated by 45 degrees Legacy style tweaks include: 'whiteOnBlack': a sort of color-inverse rating scale Legacy style tweaks will work if set in code, but are not exposed in Builder as they are redundant Style tweaks can be combined in a list e.g. `['labels45']` """ self.__dict__['styleTweaks'] = styleTweaks if 'triangleMarker' in styleTweaks: if self.horiz and self.flip: ori = -90 elif self.horiz: ori = -90 elif not self.horiz and self.flip: ori = 180 else: ori = 0 markerSize = min(self.size) * 2 self.marker = ShapeStim(, units=self.units, vertices=[[0, 0], [0.5, 0.5], [0.5, -0.5]], size=markerSize, ori=ori, fillColor=self._fillColor.copy(), lineColor=None, lineWidth=0, autoLog=False) if 'labels45' in styleTweaks: for label in self.labelObjs: if self.flip: label.alignHoriz = 'left' else: label.alignHoriz = 'right' label.ori = -45 # Legacy if 'whiteOnBlack' in styleTweaks: self.line.color = 'black' self.tickLines.colors = 'black' self.marker.color = 'white' for label in self.labelObjs: label.color = 'white'

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