Source code for

import os
from math import ceil
from operator import getitem
from threading import Lock

import numpy as np
import pandas as pd
from tlz import merge

from ... import array as da
from ...base import tokenize
from ...dataframe.core import new_dd_object
from ...delayed import delayed
from ...highlevelgraph import HighLevelGraph
from ...utils import M, ensure_dict
from ..core import DataFrame, Index, Series, has_parallel_type, new_dd_object
from ..shuffle import set_partition
from ..utils import check_meta, insert_meta_param_description, is_series_like, make_meta

lock = Lock()

def _meta_from_array(x, columns=None, index=None, meta=None):
    """Create empty DataFrame or Series which has correct dtype"""

    if x.ndim > 2:
        raise ValueError(
            "from_array does not input more than 2D array, got"
            " array with shape %r" % (x.shape,)

    if index is not None:
        if not isinstance(index, Index):
            raise ValueError("'index' must be an instance of dask.dataframe.Index")
        index = index._meta

    if meta is None:
        meta = pd.DataFrame()

    if getattr(x.dtype, "names", None) is not None:
        # record array has named columns
        if columns is None:
            columns = list(x.dtype.names)
        elif np.isscalar(columns):
            raise ValueError("For a struct dtype, columns must be a list.")
        elif not all(i in x.dtype.names for i in columns):
            extra = sorted(set(columns).difference(x.dtype.names))
            raise ValueError(f"dtype {x.dtype} doesn't have fields {extra}")
        fields = x.dtype.fields
        dtypes = [fields[n][0] if n in fields else "f8" for n in columns]
    elif x.ndim == 1:
        if np.isscalar(columns) or columns is None:
            return meta._constructor_sliced(
                [], name=columns, dtype=x.dtype, index=index
        elif len(columns) == 1:
            return meta._constructor(
                np.array([], dtype=x.dtype), columns=columns, index=index
        raise ValueError(
            "For a 1d array, columns must be a scalar or single element list"
        if np.isnan(x.shape[1]):
            raise ValueError("Shape along axis 1 must be known")
        if columns is None:
            columns = list(range(x.shape[1])) if x.ndim == 2 else [0]
        elif len(columns) != x.shape[1]:
            raise ValueError(
                "Number of column names must match width of the array. "
                f"Got {len(columns)} names for {x.shape[1]} columns"
        dtypes = [x.dtype] * len(columns)

    data = {c: np.array([], dtype=dt) for (c, dt) in zip(columns, dtypes)}
    return meta._constructor(data, columns=columns, index=index)

[docs]def from_array(x, chunksize=50000, columns=None, meta=None): """Read any sliceable array into a Dask Dataframe Uses getitem syntax to pull slices out of the array. The array need not be a NumPy array but must support slicing syntax x[50000:100000] and have 2 dimensions: x.ndim == 2 or have a record dtype: x.dtype == [('name', 'O'), ('balance', 'i8')] Parameters ---------- x : array_like chunksize : int, optional The number of rows per partition to use. columns : list or string, optional list of column names if DataFrame, single string if Series meta : object, optional An optional `meta` parameter can be passed for dask to specify the concrete dataframe type to use for partitions of the Dask dataframe. By default, pandas DataFrame is used. Returns ------- dask.DataFrame or dask.Series A dask DataFrame/Series """ if isinstance(x, da.Array): return from_dask_array(x, columns=columns, meta=meta) meta = _meta_from_array(x, columns, meta=meta) divisions = tuple(range(0, len(x), chunksize)) divisions = divisions + (len(x) - 1,) token = tokenize(x, chunksize, columns) name = "from_array-" + token dsk = {} for i in range(0, int(ceil(len(x) / chunksize))): data = (getitem, x, slice(i * chunksize, (i + 1) * chunksize)) if is_series_like(meta): dsk[name, i] = (type(meta), data, None, meta.dtype, else: dsk[name, i] = (type(meta), data, None, meta.columns) return new_dd_object(dsk, name, meta, divisions)
[docs]def from_pandas(data, npartitions=None, chunksize=None, sort=True, name=None): """ Construct a Dask DataFrame from a Pandas DataFrame This splits an in-memory Pandas dataframe into several parts and constructs a dask.dataframe from those parts on which Dask.dataframe can operate in parallel. By default, the input dataframe will be sorted by the index to produce cleanly-divided partitions (with known divisions). To preserve the input ordering, make sure the input index is monotonically-increasing. The ``sort=False`` option will also avoid reordering, but will not result in known divisions. Note that, despite parallelism, Dask.dataframe may not always be faster than Pandas. We recommend that you stay with Pandas for as long as possible before switching to Dask.dataframe. Parameters ---------- data : pandas.DataFrame or pandas.Series The DataFrame/Series with which to construct a Dask DataFrame/Series npartitions : int, optional The number of partitions of the index to create. Note that depending on the size and index of the dataframe, the output may have fewer partitions than requested. chunksize : int, optional The number of rows per index partition to use. sort: bool Sort the input by index first to obtain cleanly divided partitions (with known divisions). If False, the input will not be sorted, and all divisions will be set to None. Default is True. name: string, optional An optional keyname for the dataframe. Defaults to hashing the input Returns ------- dask.DataFrame or dask.Series A dask DataFrame/Series partitioned along the index Examples -------- >>> from dask.dataframe import from_pandas >>> df = pd.DataFrame(dict(a=list('aabbcc'), b=list(range(6))), ... index=pd.date_range(start='20100101', periods=6)) >>> ddf = from_pandas(df, npartitions=3) >>> ddf.divisions # doctest: +NORMALIZE_WHITESPACE (Timestamp('2010-01-01 00:00:00', freq='D'), Timestamp('2010-01-03 00:00:00', freq='D'), Timestamp('2010-01-05 00:00:00', freq='D'), Timestamp('2010-01-06 00:00:00', freq='D')) >>> ddf = from_pandas(df.a, npartitions=3) # Works with Series too! >>> ddf.divisions # doctest: +NORMALIZE_WHITESPACE (Timestamp('2010-01-01 00:00:00', freq='D'), Timestamp('2010-01-03 00:00:00', freq='D'), Timestamp('2010-01-05 00:00:00', freq='D'), Timestamp('2010-01-06 00:00:00', freq='D')) Raises ------ TypeError If something other than a ``pandas.DataFrame`` or ``pandas.Series`` is passed in. See Also -------- from_array : Construct a dask.DataFrame from an array that has record dtype read_csv : Construct a dask.DataFrame from a CSV file """ if isinstance(getattr(data, "index", None), pd.MultiIndex): raise NotImplementedError("Dask does not support MultiIndex Dataframes.") if not has_parallel_type(data): raise TypeError("Input must be a pandas DataFrame or Series") if (npartitions is None) == (chunksize is None): raise ValueError("Exactly one of npartitions and chunksize must be specified.") nrows = len(data) if chunksize is None: chunksize = int(ceil(nrows / npartitions)) name = name or ("from_pandas-" + tokenize(data, chunksize)) if not nrows: return new_dd_object({(name, 0): data}, name, data, [None, None]) if sort and not data.index.is_monotonic_increasing: data = data.sort_index(ascending=True) if sort: divisions, locations = sorted_division_locations( data.index, chunksize=chunksize ) else: locations = list(range(0, nrows, chunksize)) + [len(data)] divisions = [None] * len(locations) dsk = { (name, i): data.iloc[start:stop] for i, (start, stop) in enumerate(zip(locations[:-1], locations[1:])) } return new_dd_object(dsk, name, data, divisions)
[docs]def from_bcolz(x, chunksize=None, categorize=True, index=None, lock=lock, **kwargs): """Read BColz CTable into a Dask Dataframe BColz is a fast on-disk compressed column store with careful attention given to compression. Parameters ---------- x : bcolz.ctable chunksize : int, optional The size(rows) of blocks to pull out from ctable. categorize : bool, defaults to True Automatically categorize all string dtypes index : string, optional Column to make the index lock: bool or Lock Lock to use when reading or False for no lock (not-thread-safe) See Also -------- from_array: more generic function not optimized for bcolz """ if lock is True: lock = Lock() import bcolz import dask.array as da if isinstance(x, str): x = bcolz.ctable(rootdir=x) bc_chunklen = max(x[name].chunklen for name in x.names) if chunksize is None and bc_chunklen > 10000: chunksize = bc_chunklen categories = dict() if categorize: for name in x.names: if ( np.issubdtype(x.dtype[name], np.string_) or np.issubdtype(x.dtype[name], np.unicode_) or np.issubdtype(x.dtype[name], np.object_) ): a = da.from_array(x[name], chunks=(chunksize * len(x.names),)) categories[name] = da.unique(a).compute() columns = tuple(x.dtype.names) divisions = tuple(range(0, len(x), chunksize)) divisions = divisions + (len(x) - 1,) if x.rootdir: token = tokenize( (x.rootdir, os.path.getmtime(x.rootdir)), chunksize, categorize, index, kwargs, ) else: token = tokenize( (id(x), x.shape, x.dtype), chunksize, categorize, index, kwargs ) new_name = "from_bcolz-" + token dsk = { (new_name, i): ( dataframe_from_ctable, x, (slice(i * chunksize, (i + 1) * chunksize),), columns, categories, lock, ) for i in range(0, int(ceil(len(x) / chunksize))) } meta = dataframe_from_ctable(x, slice(0, 0), columns, categories, lock) result = DataFrame(dsk, new_name, meta, divisions) if index: assert index in x.names a = da.from_array(x[index], chunks=(chunksize * len(x.names),)) q = np.linspace(0, 100, len(x) // chunksize + 2) divisions = tuple(da.percentile(a, q).compute()) return set_partition(result, index, divisions, **kwargs) else: return result
def dataframe_from_ctable(x, slc, columns=None, categories=None, lock=lock): """Get DataFrame from bcolz.ctable Parameters ---------- x: bcolz.ctable slc: slice columns: list of column names or None >>> import bcolz >>> x = bcolz.ctable([[1, 2, 3, 4], [10, 20, 30, 40]], names=['a', 'b']) >>> dataframe_from_ctable(x, slice(1, 3)) a b 1 2 20 2 3 30 >>> dataframe_from_ctable(x, slice(1, 3), columns=['b']) b 1 20 2 30 >>> dataframe_from_ctable(x, slice(1, 3), columns='b') 1 20 2 30 Name: b, dtype: int... """ import bcolz if columns is None: columns = x.dtype.names if isinstance(columns, tuple): columns = list(columns) x = x[columns] if type(slc) is slice: start = slc.start stop = slc.stop if slc.stop < len(x) else len(x) else: start = slc[0].start stop = slc[0].stop if slc[0].stop < len(x) else len(x) idx = pd.Index(range(start, stop)) if lock: lock.acquire() try: if isinstance(x, bcolz.ctable): chunks = [x[name][slc] for name in columns] if categories is not None: chunks = [ pd.Categorical.from_codes( np.searchsorted(categories[name], chunk), categories[name], True ) if name in categories else chunk for name, chunk in zip(columns, chunks) ] result = pd.DataFrame( dict(zip(columns, chunks)), columns=columns, index=idx ) elif isinstance(x, bcolz.carray): chunk = x[slc] if categories is not None and columns and columns in categories: chunk = pd.Categorical.from_codes( np.searchsorted(categories[columns], chunk), categories[columns], True, ) result = pd.Series(chunk, name=columns, index=idx) finally: if lock: lock.release() return result
[docs]def from_dask_array(x, columns=None, index=None, meta=None): """Create a Dask DataFrame from a Dask Array. Converts a 2d array into a DataFrame and a 1d array into a Series. Parameters ---------- x : da.Array columns : list or string list of column names if DataFrame, single string if Series index : dask.dataframe.Index, optional An optional *dask* Index to use for the output Series or DataFrame. The default output index depends on whether `x` has any unknown chunks. If there are any unknown chunks, the output has ``None`` for all the divisions (one per chunk). If all the chunks are known, a default index with known divisions is created. Specifying `index` can be useful if you're conforming a Dask Array to an existing dask Series or DataFrame, and you would like the indices to match. meta : object, optional An optional `meta` parameter can be passed for dask to specify the concrete dataframe type to be returned. By default, pandas DataFrame is used. Examples -------- >>> import dask.array as da >>> import dask.dataframe as dd >>> x = da.ones((4, 2), chunks=(2, 2)) >>> df =, columns=['a', 'b']) >>> df.compute() a b 0 1.0 1.0 1 1.0 1.0 2 1.0 1.0 3 1.0 1.0 See Also -------- dask.bag.to_dataframe: from dask.bag dask.dataframe._Frame.values: Reverse conversion dask.dataframe._Frame.to_records: Reverse conversion """ meta = _meta_from_array(x, columns, index, meta=meta) if x.ndim == 2 and len(x.chunks[1]) > 1: x = x.rechunk({1: x.shape[1]}) name = "from-dask-array" + tokenize(x, columns) to_merge = [] if index is not None: if not isinstance(index, Index): raise ValueError("'index' must be an instance of dask.dataframe.Index") if index.npartitions != x.numblocks[0]: msg = ( "The index and array have different numbers of blocks. " "({} != {})".format(index.npartitions, x.numblocks[0]) ) raise ValueError(msg) divisions = index.divisions to_merge.append(ensure_dict(index.dask)) index = index.__dask_keys__() elif np.isnan(sum(x.shape)): divisions = [None] * (len(x.chunks[0]) + 1) index = [None] * len(x.chunks[0]) else: divisions = [0] for c in x.chunks[0]: divisions.append(divisions[-1] + c) index = [ (np.arange, a, b, 1, "i8") for a, b in zip(divisions[:-1], divisions[1:]) ] divisions[-1] -= 1 dsk = {} for i, (chunk, ind) in enumerate(zip(x.__dask_keys__(), index)): if x.ndim == 2: chunk = chunk[0] if is_series_like(meta): dsk[name, i] = (type(meta), chunk, ind, x.dtype, else: dsk[name, i] = (type(meta), chunk, ind, meta.columns) to_merge.extend([ensure_dict(x.dask), dsk]) return new_dd_object(merge(*to_merge), name, meta, divisions)
def _link(token, result): """A dummy function to link results together in a graph We use this to enforce an artificial sequential ordering on tasks that don't explicitly pass around a shared resource """ return None def _df_to_bag(df, index=False, format="tuple"): if isinstance(df, pd.DataFrame): if format == "tuple": return list(map(tuple, df.itertuples(index))) elif format == "dict": if index: return [ {**{"index": idx}, **values} for values, idx in zip(df.to_dict("records"), df.index) ] else: return df.to_dict(orient="records") elif isinstance(df, pd.Series): if format == "tuple": return list(df.iteritems()) if index else list(df) elif format == "dict": return df.to_frame().to_dict(orient="records") def to_bag(df, index=False, format="tuple"): """Create Dask Bag from a Dask DataFrame Parameters ---------- index : bool, optional If True, the elements are tuples of ``(index, value)``, otherwise they're just the ``value``. Default is False. format : {"tuple", "dict"},optional Whether to return a bag of tuples or dictionaries. Examples -------- >>> bag = df.to_bag() # doctest: +SKIP """ from ...bag.core import Bag if not isinstance(df, (DataFrame, Series)): raise TypeError("df must be either DataFrame or Series") name = "to_bag-" + tokenize(df, index, format) dsk = { (name, i): (_df_to_bag, block, index, format) for (i, block) in enumerate(df.__dask_keys__()) } dsk.update(df.__dask_optimize__(df.__dask_graph__(), df.__dask_keys__())) return Bag(dsk, name, df.npartitions)
[docs]def to_records(df): """Create Dask Array from a Dask Dataframe Warning: This creates a dask.array without precise shape information. Operations that depend on shape information, like slicing or reshaping, will not work. Examples -------- >>> df.to_records() # doctest: +SKIP See Also -------- dask.dataframe._Frame.values dask.dataframe.from_dask_array """ return df.map_partitions(M.to_records)
[docs]@insert_meta_param_description def from_delayed( dfs, meta=None, divisions=None, prefix="from-delayed", verify_meta=True ): """Create Dask DataFrame from many Dask Delayed objects Parameters ---------- dfs : list of Delayed An iterable of ``dask.delayed.Delayed`` objects, such as come from ``dask.delayed`` These comprise the individual partitions of the resulting dataframe. $META divisions : tuple, str, optional Partition boundaries along the index. For tuple, see For string 'sorted' will compute the delayed values to find index values. Assumes that the indexes are mutually sorted. If None, then won't use index information prefix : str, optional Prefix to prepend to the keys. verify_meta : bool, optional If True check that the partitions have consistent metadata, defaults to True. """ from dask.delayed import Delayed if isinstance(dfs, Delayed): dfs = [dfs] dfs = [ delayed(df) if not isinstance(df, Delayed) and hasattr(df, "key") else df for df in dfs ] for df in dfs: if not isinstance(df, Delayed): raise TypeError("Expected Delayed object, got %s" % type(df).__name__) if meta is None: meta = delayed(make_meta)(dfs[0]).compute() else: meta = make_meta(meta) if not dfs: dfs = [delayed(make_meta)(meta)] name = prefix + "-" + tokenize(*dfs) dsk = {} if verify_meta: for (i, df) in enumerate(dfs): dsk[(name, i)] = (check_meta, df.key, meta, "from_delayed") else: for (i, df) in enumerate(dfs): dsk[(name, i)] = df.key if divisions is None or divisions == "sorted": divs = [None] * (len(dfs) + 1) else: divs = tuple(divisions) if len(divs) != len(dfs) + 1: raise ValueError("divisions should be a tuple of len(dfs) + 1") df = new_dd_object( HighLevelGraph.from_collections(name, dsk, dfs), name, meta, divs ) if divisions == "sorted": from ..shuffle import compute_and_set_divisions df = compute_and_set_divisions(df) return df
def sorted_division_locations(seq, npartitions=None, chunksize=None): """Find division locations and values in sorted list Examples -------- >>> L = ['A', 'B', 'C', 'D', 'E', 'F'] >>> sorted_division_locations(L, chunksize=2) (['A', 'C', 'E', 'F'], [0, 2, 4, 6]) >>> sorted_division_locations(L, chunksize=3) (['A', 'D', 'F'], [0, 3, 6]) >>> L = ['A', 'A', 'A', 'A', 'B', 'B', 'B', 'C'] >>> sorted_division_locations(L, chunksize=3) (['A', 'B', 'C'], [0, 4, 8]) >>> sorted_division_locations(L, chunksize=2) (['A', 'B', 'C'], [0, 4, 8]) >>> sorted_division_locations(['A'], chunksize=2) (['A', 'A'], [0, 1]) """ if (npartitions is None) == (chunksize is None): raise ValueError("Exactly one of npartitions and chunksize must be specified.") if npartitions: chunksize = ceil(len(seq) / npartitions) positions = [0] values = [seq[0]] for pos in range(0, len(seq), chunksize): if pos <= positions[-1]: continue while pos + 1 < len(seq) and seq[pos - 1] == seq[pos]: pos += 1 values.append(seq[pos]) if pos == len(seq) - 1: pos += 1 positions.append(pos) if positions[-1] != len(seq): positions.append(len(seq)) values.append(seq[-1]) return values, positions DataFrame.to_records.__doc__ = to_records.__doc__ DataFrame.to_bag.__doc__ = to_bag.__doc__