Commit 7197934f authored by Cecilia Nievas's avatar Cecilia Nievas
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Fixed use of capitals in GDE_TOOLS_create_industrial_cells.py

parent e31cbb26
...@@ -660,22 +660,22 @@ def define_threshold_angle(width_EW, width_NS, outangle="radians"): ...@@ -660,22 +660,22 @@ def define_threshold_angle(width_EW, width_NS, outangle="radians"):
"""This function defines the threshold angle to consider one cell at a particular cardinal """This function defines the threshold angle to consider one cell at a particular cardinal
point with respect to another cell. The threshold angle depends only on the widths of the point with respect to another cell. The threshold angle depends only on the widths of the
cells, i.e. width_EW, width_NS. This threshold angle allows to distinguish, for example, cells, i.e. width_EW, width_NS. This threshold angle allows to distinguish, for example,
between a cell located to the North, East or North-East of another cell. Though the cell between a cell located to the north, east or north-east of another cell. Though the cell
widths are input in degrees, they are treated as Cartesian. widths are input in degrees, they are treated as Cartesian.
Args: Args:
width_EW (float): width of the cell in the East-West direction, in degrees, >0. width_EW (float): Width of the cell in the east-west direction, in degrees, >0.
width_NS (float): width of the cell in the North-south direction, in degrees, >0. width_NS (float): Width of the cell in the north-south direction, in degrees, >0.
outangle (str): indicates the units of the output angle, i.e. "radians" or "degrees". outangle (str): Indicates the units of the output angle, i.e. "radians" or "degrees".
Returns: Returns:
ang_thr (float): threshold angle indicating: ang_thr (float): Threshold angle indicating:
- the angle between the North-South orientation and the limit lines to - the angle between the north-south orientation and the limit lines to
consider a cell to be to the North or South of anoher cell (instead of consider a cell to be to the north or south of anoher cell (instead of
the North-East, or North-West, or South-East, or South-West) the north-east, or north-west, or south-east, or south-west)
- the angle between the East-West orientation and the limit lines to - the angle between the east-west orientation and the limit lines to
consider a cell to be to the East or West of another cell (instead of consider a cell to be to the east or west of another cell (instead of
the North-East, or North-West, or South-East, or South-West) the north-east, or north-west, or south-east, or south-west)
It returns NaN if the input widths are not positive numbers. It returns NaN if the input widths are not positive numbers.
""" """
...@@ -708,7 +708,7 @@ def angles_from_coords(p1x, p1y, p2x, p2y): ...@@ -708,7 +708,7 @@ def angles_from_coords(p1x, p1y, p2x, p2y):
p2y (array of floats) = Y coordinates of Points labelled as 2. p2y (array of floats) = Y coordinates of Points labelled as 2.
Returns: Returns:
anglesfromcoord (array of floats): angles formed by an E-W ("horizontal") line and a anglesfromcoord (array of floats): Angles formed by an E-W ("horizontal") line and a
segment that starts at P1 and finishes at P2, with segment that starts at P1 and finishes at P2, with
P1 being the intersection point between the two P1 being the intersection point between the two
lines. It will always be in the range [-pi, +pi]. lines. It will always be in the range [-pi, +pi].
...@@ -726,12 +726,12 @@ def guarantee_radians(in_theta, theta_thr, inputangle): ...@@ -726,12 +726,12 @@ def guarantee_radians(in_theta, theta_thr, inputangle):
It returns the original in_theta and theta_thr if inputangle is "radians". It returns the original in_theta and theta_thr if inputangle is "radians".
Args: Args:
in_theta (float): angles, in the units indicatd by inputangle in_theta (float): Angles, in the units indicatd by inputangle
theta_thr (float): angles, in the units indicatd by inputangle theta_thr (float): Angles, in the units indicatd by inputangle
Returns: Returns:
in_theta (float): angles of in_theta, in radians in_theta (float): Angles of in_theta, in radians
theta_thr (float): angles of theta_thr, in radians theta_thr (float): Angles of theta_thr, in radians
""" """
if inputangle.lower() == "radians": if inputangle.lower() == "radians":
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