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import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import matplotlib as mpl
import numpy as np
import h5py
import glob
import argparse

class ResultsPlotter:

    def __init__(self, network_name):
        self.network_name = network_name

    def grab_results(self):
        # grab initial conditions
        icfn = "%s_initial_conditions.h5" %(self.network_name)
        icf = h5py.File(icfn)
        self.icspecies = icf.keys()
        self.icnspecies = len(self.icspecies)
        self.icncells = icf[self.icspecies[0]].shape[0]
        self.icdata = dict(
            (s, np.empty((self.icncells), dtype="float64"))
            for s in self.icspecies)
        for s in self.icspecies:
            self.icdata[s][:] = icf[s][:]

        # grab intermediate data
        fns = glob.glob("%s_intermediate_*.h5" % (self.network_name))
        if len(fns) == 0: raise RuntimeError
        f = h5py.File(fns[0])
        self.species = f.keys()
        print self.species
        self.nspecies = len(self.species)
        self.ncells = f[self.species[0]].shape[0] = dict(
            (s, np.empty((self.ncells, len(fns)), dtype="float64"))
            for s in self.species)
        self.t = np.empty(len(fns), dtype="float64")
        self.dt = np.empty(len(fns), dtype="float64")
        for i,fn in enumerate(sorted(fns)):
            if i % 1000 == 0:
                print "Loading from %s" % fn
            f = h5py.File(fn)
            for s in self.species:
      [s][:, i] = f[s][:]
            self.t[i] = f["/"].attrs["time"]
            self.dt[i] = f["/"].attrs["timestep"]
        print self.t
        print "Loaded %s files" % (len(fns))

        # grab the final solution
                # grab initial conditions
        fsfn = "%s_solution.h5" %(self.network_name)
        fsf = h5py.File(fsfn)
        self.fsspecies = fsf.keys()
        self.fsnspecies = len(self.fsspecies)
        self.fsncells = fsf[self.fsspecies[0]].shape[0]
        self.fsdata = dict(
            (s, np.empty((self.fsncells), dtype="float64"))
            for s in self.fsspecies)
        for s in self.fsspecies:
            self.fsdata[s][:] = fsf[s][:]

    def plot_all(self):
        mpl.rcParams['axes.color_cycle'] = [list(clr) for clr in,1,(self.nspecies - 1)))]
        # plot the time evolution of a species for a given T
        for s in sorted(self.species):
            if s != 'ge':
                if s == 'HII':
                    plt.loglog(self.t,[s][0,:], '-', label=s, lw=1.5, marker='x')
                    plt.loglog(self.t,[s][0,:], '-', label=s, lw=1.5)
        plt.ylim(1e-20, 1e16)
        leg = plt.legend(loc = "best")
        plt.savefig("%s_time.png" % (self.network_name))
        # plot the initial conditions and the final solution
        mpl.rcParams['axes.color_cycle'] = [list(clr) for clr in,1,(self.nspecies - 2)))]
        for s in self.species:
            if s not in ('ge', 'T'):
                if s != 'de':
                    plt.loglog(self.icdata['ge'][:], self.icdata[s][:]/16.0, label=s, lw=1.5)
                    plt.loglog(self.icdata['ge'][:], self.icdata[s][:], label=s, lw=1.5)
        for s in self.species:
            if s not in ('ge', 'T'):
                plt.loglog(self.fsdata['ge'][:], self.fsdata[s][:], '--', lw=1.5)
        plt.ylim(1e-3, 10)
        leg = plt.legend(loc = "best")
        plt.savefig("%s_ic_final.png" %(self.network_name))

if __name__ == "__main__":
    parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
    parser.add_argument("network_name", nargs=1)
    args = parser.parse_args()
    rp = ResultsPlotter(args.network_name[0])
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