Source code for wazimap.models

from collections import OrderedDict
import itertools

from django.db import models
from django.utils.text import slugify

# Geographies
class GeoMixin(object):
    def as_dict(self):
        return {
            'full_geoid': self.geoid,
            'full_name': self.full_name,  # profile views use this as a name
            'name': self.full_name,  # API views use this as a name
            'geo_level': self.geo_level,
            'geo_code': self.geo_code,
            'child_level': self.child_level,
            'parent_geoid': self.parent_geoid,
            'square_kms': self.square_kms,
            'version': self.version,

    def as_dict_deep(self):
        return {
            'this': self.as_dict(),
            'parents': OrderedDict((p.geo_level, p.as_dict()) for p in self.ancestors()),

    def children(self):
        """ Get all objects that are direct children of this object.
        return self.__class__.objects\

    def split_into(self, level):
        """ Walk down the level hierarchy from here and return
        all the objects that are of geo_level +level+ and descendents
        of this geography.
        from wazimap.geo import geo_data
        levels = [level] + geo_data.geo_levels[level]['ancestors']

        candidates = self.children()
        kids = set()
        while candidates:
            kids.update(c for c in candidates if c.geo_level == level)
            candidates = list(itertools.chain(*[c.children() for c in candidates if c.geo_level in levels]))
        return list(kids)

    def full_name(self):
        if self.long_name:
            return self.long_name

        from wazimap.geo import geo_data

        names = []
        names += [ for a in self.ancestors() if a.geo_level != geo_data.root_level]
        return ', '.join(names)

    def geoid(self):
        return '-'.join([self.geo_level, self.geo_code])

    def parent_geoid(self):
        if self.parent_level and self.parent_code:
            return '%s-%s' % (self.parent_level, self.parent_code)
        return None

    def slug(self):
        return slugify(

    def child_level(self):
        # official child level
        from wazimap.geo import geo_data
        kids = geo_data.geo_levels[self.geo_level]['children']
        return kids[0] if kids else None

    def __unicode__(self):
        return self.full_name

class GeographyBase(models.Model, GeoMixin):
    #: The level for this geography (eg. `country`) which, together with
    #: `geo_code`, makes up the unique geo id.
    geo_level = models.CharField(max_length=15, null=False)
    #: The code for this geography which must be unique for this level.
    #: Together with `geo_level`, this makes up the unique geo id.
    geo_code = models.CharField(max_length=10, null=False)
    #: Demarcation version of this geography. (advanced).
    version = models.CharField(max_length=100, db_index=True, null=False, default='')

    #: Name of this geography.
    name = models.CharField(max_length=100, null=False, db_index=True)
    #: Long name of this geography, giving it context (such as a city or province)
    #: If this is null, it is computed based on the place's ancestors.
    long_name = models.CharField(max_length=100, null=True, db_index=True)

    #: Area in square kilometers. Optional.
    square_kms = models.FloatField(null=True)

    # hierarchy
    #: The level of this geography's parent, or `None` if this is the root
    #: geography that has no parent.
    parent_level = models.CharField(max_length=15, null=True)
    #: The code of this geography's parent, or `None` if this is the root
    #: geography that has no parent.
    parent_code = models.CharField(max_length=10, null=True)

    class Meta:
        abstract = True
        unique_together = ('geo_level', 'geo_code', 'version')

    def parent(self):
        """ The parent of this geograhy, or `None` if this is the root of
        the hierarchy.
        if not hasattr(self, '_parent'):
            if self.parent_level and self.parent_code:
                self._parent = self.__class__.objects.filter(geo_level=self.parent_level, geo_code=self.parent_code, version=self.version).first()
                self._parent = None

        return self._parent

    def ancestors(self):
        """ A list of the ancestors of this geography, all the way up to the root.
        This is an empty list if this geography is the root of the hierarchy.
        ancestors = []
        g = self.parent
        while g:
            g = g.parent
        return ancestors

[docs]class Geography(GeographyBase): pass