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sdmx 0.2.7

Read SDMX XML files

Latest Version: 0.2.8

Read SDMX XML files. I've only added the features I've needed, so this is far from being a thorough implementation. Contributions welcome.

Installation

pip install sdmx

Usage

sdmx.generic_data_message_reader(fileobj)

Given a file-like object representing the XML of a generic data message, return a data message reader.

sdmx.compact_data_message_reader(fileobj)

Given a file-like object representing the XML of a compact data message, return a data message reader.

Data message readers

Each data message reader has the following attributes:

  • datasets(): returns an iterable of DatasetReader instances. Each instance corresponds to a <DataSet> element.

DatasetReader

A DatasetReader has the following attributes:

  • key_family(): returns the KeyFamily for the dataset. This corresponds to the <KeyFamilyRef> element.
  • series(): returns an iterable of Series instances. Each instance corresponds to a <Series> element.

KeyFamily

A KeyFamily has the following attributes:

  • name(lang): the name of the key family in the language lang.
  • describe_dimensions(lang): for each dimension of the key family, find the referenced concept and use its name in the language lang. Returns a list of strings in the same order as in the source file.

Series

A Series has the following attributes:

  • describe_key(lang): the key of a series is a mapping from each dimension of the dataset to a value. For instance, if the dataset has a dimension named Country, the value for the series might be United Kingdom. Returns an ordered dictionary mapping strings to lists of strings. For instance, if the dataset has a single dimension called Country, the returned value would be {"Country": ["United Kingdom"]}. All ancestors of a value are also described, with ancestors appearing before descendents. For instance, if the value United Kingdom has the parent value Europe, which has the parent value World, the returned value would be {"Country": ["World", "Europe", "United Kingdom"]}.
  • observations(): returns an iterable of Observation instances. Each instance corresponds to an <Obs> element.

Observation

An Observation has the following attributes:

  • time
  • value
 
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