Source code for safe.impact_functions.volcanic.volcano_point_population.test.test_volcano_point_population

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InaSAFE Disaster risk assessment tool developed by AusAid and World Bank
- **Impact function Test Cases.**

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__author__ = '[email protected]'
__date__ = '11/12/2015'
__copyright__ = ('Copyright 2012, Australia Indonesia Facility for '
                 'Disaster Reduction')

import unittest
import numpy

from safe.impact_functions.impact_function_manager import ImpactFunctionManager
from safe.impact_functions.volcanic.volcano_point_population\
    .impact_function import VolcanoPointPopulationFunction
from safe.test.utilities import test_data_path
from import read_layer
from import SafeLayer

[docs]class TestVolcanoPointPopulationFunction(unittest.TestCase): """Test for Volcano Point on Population Impact Function."""
[docs] def setUp(self): registry = ImpactFunctionManager().registry registry.clear() registry.register(VolcanoPointPopulationFunction)
[docs] def test_run(self): """TestVolcanoPointPopulationFunction: Test running the IF.""" merapi_point_path = test_data_path('hazard', 'volcano_point.shp') population_path = test_data_path( 'exposure', 'pop_binary_raster_20_20.asc') merapi_point_layer = read_layer(merapi_point_path) population_layer = read_layer(population_path) impact_function = VolcanoPointPopulationFunction.instance() # Run merapi point impact_function.hazard = SafeLayer(merapi_point_layer) impact_function.exposure = SafeLayer(population_layer) impact_layer = impact_function.impact # Check the question expected_question = ( 'In the event of a volcano point how many ' 'people might be impacted') message = 'The question should be %s, but it returns %s' % ( expected_question, impact_function.question) self.assertEqual(expected_question, impact_function.question, message) # Count by hand expected_affected_population = 200 result = numpy.nansum(impact_layer.get_data()) message = 'Expecting %s, but it returns %s' % ( expected_affected_population, result) self.assertEqual(expected_affected_population, result, message)
[docs] def test_filter(self): """TestVolcanoPointPopulationFunction: Test filtering IF""" hazard_keywords = { 'layer_purpose': 'hazard', 'layer_mode': 'classified', 'layer_geometry': 'point', 'hazard': 'volcano', 'hazard_category': 'multiple_event', } exposure_keywords = { 'layer_purpose': 'exposure', 'layer_mode': 'continuous', 'layer_geometry': 'raster', 'exposure': 'population', 'exposure_unit': 'count' } impact_functions = ImpactFunctionManager().filter_by_keywords( hazard_keywords, exposure_keywords) message = 'There should be 1 impact function, but there are: %s' % \ len(impact_functions) self.assertEqual(1, len(impact_functions), message) retrieved_if = impact_functions[0].metadata().as_dict()['id'] expected = ImpactFunctionManager().get_function_id( VolcanoPointPopulationFunction) message = 'Expecting %s, but getting %s instead' % ( expected, retrieved_if) self.assertEqual(expected, retrieved_if, message)