Source code for indra.literature.pmc_client

from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function, unicode_literals
from builtins import dict, str
import re
import logging
import os.path
import requests
from lxml import etree
from lxml.etree import QName
import xml.etree.ElementTree as ET

from indra.literature import pubmed_client
from indra.util import UnicodeXMLTreeBuilder as UTB

# Python 2
# Python 3
    basestring = str

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

pmc_url = ''
pmid_convert_url = ''

# Paths to resource files
pmids_fulltext_path = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__),
pmids_oa_xml_path = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__),
pmids_oa_txt_path = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__),
pmids_auth_xml_path = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__),
# Define global dict containing lists of PMIDs among mineable PMCs
# to be lazily initialized
pmids_fulltext_dict = {}

[docs]def id_lookup(paper_id, idtype=None): """This function takes a Pubmed ID, Pubmed Central ID, or DOI and use the Pubmed ID mapping service and looks up all other IDs from one of these. The IDs are returned in a dictionary.""" if idtype is not None and idtype not in ('pmid', 'pmcid', 'doi'): raise ValueError("Invalid idtype %s; must be 'pmid', 'pmcid', " "or 'doi'." % idtype) if paper_id.upper().startswith('PMC'): idtype = 'pmcid' # Strip off any prefix if paper_id.upper().startswith('PMID'): paper_id = paper_id[4:] elif paper_id.upper().startswith('DOI'): paper_id = paper_id[3:] data = {'ids': paper_id} if idtype is not None: data['idtype'] = idtype try: tree = pubmed_client.send_request(pmid_convert_url, data) except Exception as e: logger.error('Error looking up PMID in PMC: %s' % e) return {} if tree is None: return {} record = tree.find('record') if record is None: return {} doi = record.attrib.get('doi') pmid = record.attrib.get('pmid') pmcid = record.attrib.get('pmcid') ids = {'doi': doi, 'pmid': pmid, 'pmcid': pmcid} return ids
def get_ids(search_term, retmax=1000): return pubmed_client.get_ids(search_term, retmax=retmax, db='pmc')
[docs]def get_xml(pmc_id): """Returns XML for the article corresponding to a PMC ID.""" if pmc_id.upper().startswith('PMC'): pmc_id = pmc_id[3:] # Request params params = {} params['verb'] = 'GetRecord' params['identifier'] = '' % pmc_id params['metadataPrefix'] = 'pmc' # Submit the request res = requests.get(pmc_url, params) if not res.status_code == 200: logger.warning("Couldn't download %s" % pmc_id) return None # Read the bytestream xml_bytes = res.content # Check for any XML errors; xml_str should still be bytes tree = ET.XML(xml_bytes, parser=UTB()) xmlns = "" err_tag = tree.find('{%s}error' % xmlns) if err_tag is not None: err_code = err_tag.attrib['code'] err_text = err_tag.text logger.warning('PMC client returned with error %s: %s' % (err_code, err_text)) return None # If no error, return the XML as a unicode string else: return xml_bytes.decode('utf-8')
[docs]def extract_text(xml_string): """Get plaintext from the body of the given NLM XML string. This plaintext consists of all paragraphs returned by indra.literature.pmc_client.extract_paragraphs separated by newlines and then finally terminated by a newline. See the DocString of extract_paragraphs for more information. Parameters ---------- xml_string : str String containing valid NLM XML. Returns ------- str Extracted plaintext. """ paragraphs = extract_paragraphs(xml_string) if paragraphs: return '\n'.join(paragraphs) + '\n' else: return None
[docs]def extract_paragraphs(xml_string): """Returns list of paragraphs in an NLM XML. This returns a list of the plaintexts for each paragraph and title in the input XML, excluding some paragraphs with text that should not be relevant to biomedical text processing. Relevant text includes titles, abstracts, and the contents of many body paragraphs. Within figures, tables, and floating elements, only captions are retained (One exception is that all paragraphs within floating boxed-text elements are retained. These elements often contain short summaries enriched with useful information.) Due to captions, nested paragraphs can appear in an NLM XML document. Occasionally there are multiple levels of nesting. If nested paragraphs appear in the input document their texts are returned in a pre-ordered traversal. The text within child paragraphs is not included in the output associated to the parent. Each parent appears in the output before its children. All children of an element appear before the elements following sibling. All tags are removed from each paragraph in the list that is returned. LaTeX surrounded by <tex-math> tags is removed entirely. Note: Some articles contain subarticles which are processed slightly differently from the article body. Only text from the body element of a subarticle is included, and all unwanted elements are excluded along with their captions. Boxed-text elements are excluded as well. Parameters ---------- xml_string : str String containing valid NLM XML. Returns ------- list of str List of extracted paragraphs from the input NLM XML """ output = [] tree = etree.fromstring(xml_string.encode('utf-8')) # Remove namespaces if any exist if tree.tag.startswith('{'): for element in tree.getiterator(): # The following code will throw a ValueError for some # exceptional tags such as comments and processing instructions. # It's safe to just leave these tag names unchanged. try: element.tag = etree.QName(element).localname except ValueError: continue etree.cleanup_namespaces(tree) # Strip out latex _remove_elements_by_tag(tree, 'tex-math') # Strip out all content in unwanted elements except the captions _replace_unwanted_elements_with_their_captions(tree) # First process front element. Titles alt-titles and abstracts # are pulled from here. front_elements = _select_from_top_level(tree, 'front') for element in front_elements: output.extend(_extract_from_front(element)) # All paragraphs except those in unwanted elements are extracted # from the article body body_elements = _select_from_top_level(tree, 'body') for element in body_elements: output.extend(_extract_from_body(element)) # Only the body sections of subarticles are processed. All # unwanted elements are removed entirely, including captions. # Even boxed-text elements are removed. subarticles = _select_from_top_level(tree, 'sub-article') for element in subarticles: output.extend(_extract_from_subarticle(element)) return output
[docs]def filter_pmids(pmid_list, source_type): """Filter a list of PMIDs for ones with full text from PMC. Parameters ---------- pmid_list : list of str List of PMIDs to filter. source_type : string One of 'fulltext', 'oa_xml', 'oa_txt', or 'auth_xml'. Returns ------- list of str PMIDs available in the specified source/format type. """ global pmids_fulltext_dict # Check args if source_type not in ('fulltext', 'oa_xml', 'oa_txt', 'auth_xml'): raise ValueError("source_type must be one of: 'fulltext', 'oa_xml', " "'oa_txt', or 'auth_xml'.") # Check if we've loaded this type, and lazily initialize if pmids_fulltext_dict.get(source_type) is None: fulltext_list_path = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), 'pmids_%s.txt' % source_type) with open(fulltext_list_path, 'rb') as f: fulltext_list = set([line.strip().decode('utf-8') for line in f.readlines()]) pmids_fulltext_dict[source_type] = fulltext_list return list(set(pmid_list).intersection( pmids_fulltext_dict.get(source_type)))
def _select_from_top_level(tree, tag): """Select direct children of the article element of a tree by tag. Different versions of NLM XML place the article element in different places. We cannot rely on a hard coded path to the article element. This helper function helps select top level elements beneath article from their tag name. We use this to pull out the front, body, and sub-article elements of an article. An assumption is made that there is only one article element in the input XML tree. If this is not the case, only the firt article will be processed. Parameters ---------- tree : :py:class:`lxml.etree._Element` lxml element for entire tree of a valid NLM XML tag : str Tag of top level elements to return Returns ------- list List containing lxml Element objects of selected top level elements. Typically there is only one front and one body that are direct chilren of the article element, but there can be multiple subarticles. """ if tree.tag == 'article': article = tree else: article = tree.xpath('.//article') if not len(article): raise ValueError('Input XML contains no article element') # Assume there is only one article article = article[0] output = [] xpath = './%s' % tag for element in article.xpath(xpath): output.append(element) return output def _extract_from_front(front_element): """Return list of titles and paragraphs from front of NLM XML Parameters ---------- front_element : :py:class:`lxml.etree._Element` etree element for front of a valid NLM XML Returns ------- list of str List of relevant plain text titles and paragraphs taken from front section of NLM XML. These include the article title, alt title, and paragraphs within abstracts. Unwanted paragraphs such as author statements are excluded. """ output = [] title_xpath = './article-meta/title-group/article-title' alt_title_xpath = './article-meta/title-group/alt-title' abstracts_xpath = './article-meta/abstract' for element in front_element.xpath(_xpath_union(title_xpath, alt_title_xpath, abstracts_xpath)): if element.tag == 'abstract': # Extract paragraphs from abstracts output.extend(_extract_paragraphs_from_tree(element)) else: # No paragraphs in titles, Just strip tags output.append(' '.join(element.itertext())) return output def _extract_from_body(body_element): """Return list of paragraphs from main article body of NLM XML See DocString for extract_paragraphs for more info """ return _extract_paragraphs_from_tree(body_element) def _extract_from_subarticle(subarticle_element): """Return list of relevant paragraphs from a subarticle See DocString for extract_paragraphs for more info. """ # Get only body element body = subarticle_element.xpath('./body') if not body: return [] body = body[0] # Remove float elements. From observation these do not appear to # contain any meaningful information within sub-articles. for element in body.xpath(".//*[@position='float']"): element.getparent().remove(element) return _extract_paragraphs_from_tree(body) def _remove_elements_by_tag(tree, *tags): """Remove elements with given tags Removes all element along with all of its content. Modifies input tree inplace Parameters ---------- tree : :py:class:`lxml.etree._Element` etree element for valid NLM XML """ bad_xpath = _xpath_union(*['.//%s' % tag for tag in tags]) for element in tree.xpath(bad_xpath): element.getparent().remove(element) def _replace_unwanted_elements_with_their_captions(tree): """Replace all unwanted elements with their captions Modifies input tree inplace. Parameters ---------- tree : :py:class:`lxml.etree._Element` etree element for valid NLM XML """ floats_xpath = "//*[@position='float']" figs_xpath = './/fig' tables_xpath = './/table-wrap' unwanted_xpath = _xpath_union(floats_xpath, figs_xpath, tables_xpath) unwanted = tree.xpath(unwanted_xpath) # Iterating through xpath nodes in reverse leads to processing these # nodes from bottom up. for element in unwanted[::-1]: # Don't remove floats that are boxed-text elements. These often contain # useful information if element.tag == 'boxed-text': continue captions = element.xpath('./caption') captions_element = etree.Element('captions') for caption in captions: captions_element.append(caption) element.getparent().replace(element, captions_element) def _retain_only_pars(tree): """Strip out all tags except title and p tags Function also changes title tags into p tags. This is a helpful preprocessing step that makes it easier to extract paragraphs in the order of a pre-ordered traversal. Modifies input tree inplace. Parameters ---------- tree : :py:class:`lxml.etree._Element` etree element for valid NLM XML """ for element in tree.xpath('.//*'): if element.tag == 'title': element.tag = 'p' for element in tree.xpath('.//*'): parent = element.getparent() if parent is not None and element.tag != 'p': etree.strip_tags(element.getparent(), element.tag) def _pull_nested_paragraphs_to_top(tree): """Flatten nested paragraphs in pre-ordered traversal Requires _retain_only_pars to be run first. Modifies input tree inplace. Parameters ---------- tree : :py:class:`lxml.etree._Element` etree element for valid NLM XML """ # Since _retain_only_pars must be called first, input will contain only p # tags except for possibly the outer most tag. p elements directly beneath # the root will be called depth 1, those beneath depth 1 elements will be # called depth 2 and so on. Proceed iteratively. At each step identify all # p elements with depth 2. Cut all of the depth 2 p elements out of each # parent and append them in order as siblings following the parent (these # depth 2 elements may themselves be the parents of additional p elements). # The algorithm terminates when there are no depth 2 elements remaining. # Find depth 2 p elements nested_paragraphs = tree.xpath('./p/p') while nested_paragraphs: # This points to the location where the next depth 2 p element will # be appended last = None # Store parent of previously processed element to track when parent # changes. old_parent = None for p in nested_paragraphs: parent = p.getparent() # When the parent changes last must be set to the new parent # element. This ensures children will be appended in order # after there parents. if parent != old_parent: last = parent # Remove child element from its parent parent.remove(p) # The parents text occuring after the current child p but before # p's following sibling is stored in p.tail. Append this text to # the parent's text and then clear out p.tail if not parent.text and p.tail: parent.text = p.tail p.tail = '' elif parent.text and p.tail: parent.text += ' ' + p.tail p.tail = '' # Place child in its new location last.addnext(p) last = p nested_paragraphs = tree.xpath('./p/p') def _extract_paragraphs_from_tree(tree): """Preprocess tree and return it's paragraphs.""" _retain_only_pars(tree) _pull_nested_paragraphs_to_top(tree) paragraphs = [] for element in tree.xpath('./p'): paragraph = ''.join([x.strip() for x in element.itertext()]) paragraphs.append(paragraph) return paragraphs def _xpath_union(*xpath_list): """Form union of xpath expressions""" return ' | '.join(xpath_list)