Identifying function names in a script¶
This demonstrates how Sphinx-Gallery identifies function names to figure out which functions are called in the script and to which module do they belong.
# Code source: Óscar Nájera # License: BSD 3 clause import os # noqa, analysis:ignore import matplotlib.pyplot as plt import sphinx_gallery.backreferences as spback filename = spback.__file__.replace('.pyc', '.py') names = spback.identify_names(filename) figheight = len(names) + .5 fontsize = 20
Sphinx-Gallery examines both the executed code itself, as well as the
documentation blocks (such as this one, or the top-level one),
to find backreferences. This means that by writing
numpy.exp here, a backreference will be created even though
they are not explicitly used in the code. This is useful in particular when
functions return classes – if you add them to the documented blocks of
examples that use them, they will be shown in the backreferences.
fig = plt.figure(figsize=(7.5, 8)) for i, (name, obj) in enumerate(names.items()): fig.text(0.55, (float(len(names)) - 0.5 - i) / figheight, name, ha="right", size=fontsize, transform=fig.transFigure, bbox=dict(boxstyle='square', fc="w", ec="k")) fig.text(0.6, (float(len(names)) - 0.5 - i) / figheight, obj["module"], ha="left", size=fontsize, transform=fig.transFigure, bbox=dict(boxstyle='larrow', fc="w", ec="k")) # plt.draw() plt.show()
Total running time of the script: ( 0 minutes 0.211 seconds)