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  1. File Import
  2. We're ready to implement one of our menu items, and a couple of the instance methods of our class.  We will be importing a file that contains thousands of temperature readings taken during a week at the STEM Center.
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  4. Download the file in today's module and place it in the same directory as your python files.  The file is in .csv format (comma separated value).  Each line represents one "report" from a sensor in the STEM center, most of which are temperature readings.
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  6. The format of each line is:
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  8. Day of Week, Time of Day, Sensor Number, Reading Type, Value
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  10. Day of Week is an int where 0 represents Sunday, 1 represents Monday, etc.
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  12. Time of Day is a float between 0 and 1.  0 is 12:00AM and 1 is 11:59PM.  The rest of the times are scaled linearly.  We will covert this value to an hour of day value.
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  14. Sensor Number is an int between 0 and 5, and maps to the sensors we coded in a previous assignment.
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  16. Reading Type is a string that contains "BATTERY", "TEMP", "AWAKE" or "SLEEPING".  We will only use the lines with "TEMP".
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  18. Value is the value related of the reading.  For TEMP type, this is degrees Celsius.
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  20. Steps to Implementation
  21. This is a pretty complex project, but here's a roadmap to what needs to be done:
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  23. First, open a new file for this assignment.  Copy in your code from assignment seven, including its main (make sure that you fix any issues that were noted by your professor!).  Then copy the class from assignment eight.  Make sure you do not include the unit test from assignment eight.  Just before your main, instantiate an object current_set of type TempDataset().  Finally, we'll fix all the function calls in our menu that pass the argument None - we can now pass current_set instead.  Run this code to make sure you have no stray lines.  Your menu should run just as in assignment seven.  Now we are ready to build on this code!
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  25. We will start with process_file().
  26. This method has filename as one of its parameters.  We need to try (hint) to open this file for reading.  If we can't open it, we need to return False.  Once you have that coded, you can test it by calling process_file("Temperatures2017-08-06.csv") and process_file("Blah").  Remember, these are instance methods in our class, so you need to call them using the current_set object we created.  The first should quietly succeed, if you have downloaded the datafile and put it in the correct directory. The second should return False.
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  28. Continuing in process_file(), recall that we have a variable _data_set in our class that was initialized to None.  We want to reinitialize this as an empty list.  Remember that this variable is an instance attribute in the class, be careful not to create another variable that is local to process_file()!
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  30. In a loop, we read in each line from the file.  We'll need to do type conversions to make day and sensor as ints and temp as a float.  We also must convert Time of Day to a number that represents the hour of the day.  Multiply the given time by 24, and then use math.floor to round the result down to an integer between 0 and 23 (you will need to import math at the top of your module to use the floor function).
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  32. We want to discard anything other than a temp reading (how?).  For temperature readings, we will make a tuple:
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  34. (day, time, sensor, temp)
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  36. and add the tuple to the list _data_set.
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  38. We'll make the assumption that the data in the file is correct.  We should be handling errors in the reading of the data, but for our purposes if we get past opening the file, we'll assume that everything else will go smoothly.  Feel free to improve on this by returning False if any kind of load error happens throughout the process.
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  40. Continue until we are done with the list, and return True!
  41.  
  42. Next we implement get_loaded_temps()
  43. This method is simple.  If we have not successfully loaded a data file, it should return None.  Otherwise it should return the number of samples that were loaded (an int).  Think of how we can check if a data file has ever been loaded, by looking at _data_set.
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  45. Finally, new_file()
  46. Recall that our menu item 1 calls newFile().  This function should ask for a filename and then use process_file() to load the data.
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  48. If process_file() fails to load data, the program should complain (from new_file(), not from process_file!) to the user that it is unable to load a file.  new_file() should then fall back to main.
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  50. If process_file() succeeds, then new_file() should report the number of samples that were loaded.
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  52. new_file() should then ask for a 3 to 20 character name for the data.  Use setter we created in TempDataset to validate and set the name.  Tell the user if the name is bad, and don't let them leave until they input a good name.   You are not changing the property name() at all, we already verified that it works.  All of this functionality should happen in new_file().
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  54. Remember to change the menu routine, replace None in the call to new_file() with the appropriate object.
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  56. Note that process_file() and the property name() should not print anything.
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  58. Test out the functionality of your loop, the number of samples retrieved should be the same as my sample run below (11,724).
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  60. One last thing.  For testing, add these lines in main right after your call to print_menu():
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  62. if current_set._data_set is not None:
  63.     print([current_set._data_set[k] for k in range(0, 5000, 1000)])
  64. After you run and load the file, you should see a list that looks (exactly) like this.  The loop pulls out item 0, 1000, 2000, 3000 and 4000, and you can use this to verify that the data is loaded correctly.  I will be adding this line to your code and checking that you have the correct data.
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  66. [(0, 18, 0, 17.5), (0, 2, 3, 21.59), (1, 9, 0, 19.55), (1, 12, 2, 23.23), (2, 4, 1, 22.05)]
  67. We're breaking the rules by directly accessing object data.  So quickly take these lines out after you verify the data!  We wouldn't want to get caught.
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  69. That's it!  Make sure your sample run shows a failed load as well as a successful one.
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  71. Sample run:
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  73. STEM Center Temperature Project
  74. Eric Reed
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  76. Main Menu
  77. ---------
  78. 1 - Process a new data file
  79. 2 - Choose units
  80. 3 - Edit room filter
  81. 4 - Show summary statistics
  82. 5 - Show temperature by date and time
  83. 6 - Show histogram of temperatures
  84. 7 - Quit
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  86. What is your choice? 1
  87. Please enter the filename of the new dataset: Temperatures2017-08-06.csv
  88. Loaded 11724 samples
  89. Please provide a 3 to 20 character name for the dataset My Data Set
  90.  
  91. Main Menu
  92. ---------
  93. 1 - Process a new data file
  94. 2 - Choose units
  95. 3 - Edit room filter
  96. 4 - Show summary statistics
  97. 5 - Show temperature by date and time
  98. 6 - Show histogram of temperatures
  99. 7 - Quit
  100.  
  101. What is your choice?
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