H5R API for object and region references.
- h5py.h5r.create(ObjectID loc, STRING name, INT ref_type, SpaceID space=None) ReferenceObject ref ¶
Create a new reference. The value of ref_type determines the kind of reference created:
- h5py.h5r.dereference(Reference ref, ObjectID id) ObjectID or None ¶
Open the object pointed to by the reference and return its identifier. The file identifier (or the identifier for any object in the file) must also be provided. Returns None if the reference is zero-filled.
The reference may be either Reference or RegionReference.
- h5py.h5r.get_region(Reference ref, ObjectID id) SpaceID or None ¶
Retrieve the dataspace selection pointed to by the reference. Returns a copy of the dataset’s dataspace, with the appropriate elements selected. The file identifier or the identifier of any object in the file (including the dataset itself) must also be provided.
The reference object must be a RegionReference. If it is zero-filled, returns None.
- h5py.h5r.get_obj_type(Reference ref, ObjectID id) INT obj_code or None ¶
Determine what type of object the reference points to. The reference may be a Reference or RegionReference. The file identifier or the identifier of any object in the file must also be provided.
The return value is one of:
If the reference is zero-filled, returns None.
- h5py.h5r.get_name(Reference ref, ObjectID loc) STRING name ¶
Determine the name of the object pointed to by this reference. Requires the HDF5 1.8 API.
- class h5py.h5r.Reference¶
Opaque representation of an HDF5 reference.
Objects of this class are created exclusively by the library and cannot be modified. The read-only attribute “typecode” determines whether the reference is to an object in an HDF5 file (
OBJECT) or a dataset region (DATASET_REGION).
The object’s truth value indicates whether it contains a nonzero reference. This does not guarantee that is valid, but is useful for rejecting “background” elements in a dataset.
- Defined attributes:
cdef ref_u ref cdef readonly int typecode cdef readonly size_t typesize
Typecode for object references
Typecode for dataset region references