Language/Format: Numpy, Python
Application type(s): Data Read/Write
This tool is a generic Python module for reading for all binary files consisting in some headers followed by records with the same pattern.
Headers and record patterns are described in text files. Datasets are returned as Numpy arrays.
In this version, multiple record patterns are not supported.
At the beginning of your Python code, add the line:
from ReadRawFile import *
then use the following instruction:
hdrs, dsets = ReadRawFile(file, hdr_descs, rec_desc, big [, dset_names])
file : binary file to read hdr_descs: list of headers patterns description files rec_desc : record pattern description file big : True if big-endian file, False otherwise dset_names: list of required dataset names (as defined in rec_desc); this argument can be omitted: in this case, all datasets are returned
A t-uple (hdrs, dsets) is returned, where hdrs and dsets are dictionnaries containing values for named variables of headers and record.
Sources can be downloaded here :
Package can be browsed here :
List prerequisites :
- Python (2.5 ot higher)
- Numpy (1.4 ot higher)
The module ReadRawFile.py must lie in a directory that will be scanned when searching Python Liraries.
You can copy the module in such a directory or add the parent directory of the module in the PYTHONPATH environment variable; if you are using the bash shell, this can be done via the export command :
> export PYTHONPATH=<Module Directory>:$PYTHONPATH
Copyright (C) 2010 Icare – ICARE web site
Bruno SIX, Bruno.Six@univ-lille.fr
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