Source code for indra.sources.tees.api

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
This module provides a simplified API for invoking the Turku Event Extraction
System (TEES) on text and extracting INDRA statement from TEES output.

See publication:
Jari Björne, Sofie Van Landeghem, Sampo Pyysalo, Tomoko Ohta, Filip Ginter,
Yves Van de Peer, Sofia Ananiadou and Tapio Salakoski, PubMed-Scale Event
Extraction for Post-Translational Modifications, Epigenetics and Protein
Structural Relations. Proceedings of BioNLP 2012, pages 82-90, 2012.

from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function, unicode_literals
from builtins import dict, str
import os
from indra.sources.tees.processor import TEESProcessor
from indra import get_config

import os.path
import logging
import codecs
import tempfile
import shutil
import subprocess
import glob
import gzip
import tarfile
import re

from indra.sources.tees.parse_tees import tees_parse_networkx_to_dot
import networkx.algorithms.dag as dag

__all__ = ['run_on_text', 'process_text', 'extract_output']

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

# If TEES isn't specified, we will check to see if any of these directories
# contain all of the files in tees_installation_files; if so, we'll assume
# that it is a TEES installation.
tees_candidate_paths = ['../TEES', '~/TEES', '~/Downloads/TEES']
tees_installation_files = ['', '', '',
tees_installation_dirs = ['Classifiers', 'Detectors', 'Evaluators', 'Core']

[docs]def process_text(text, pmid=None, python2_path=None): """Processes the specified plain text with TEES and converts output to supported INDRA statements. Check for the TEES installation is the TEES_PATH environment variable, and configuration file; if not found, checks candidate paths in tees_candidate_paths. Raises an exception if TEES cannot be found in any of these places. Parameters ---------- text : str Plain text to process with TEES pmid : str The PMID from which the paper comes from, to be stored in the Evidence object of statements. Set to None if this is unspecified. python2_path : str TEES is only compatible with python 2. This processor invokes this external python 2 interpreter so that the processor can be run in either python 2 or python 3. If None, searches for an executible named python2 in the PATH environment variable. Returns ------- tp : TEESProcessor A TEESProcessor object which contains a list of INDRA statements extracted from TEES extractions """ # Try to locate python2 in one of the directories of the PATH environment # variable if it is not provided if python2_path is None: for path in os.environ["PATH"].split(os.pathsep): proposed_python2_path = os.path.join(path, 'python2.7') if os.path.isfile(proposed_python2_path): python2_path = proposed_python2_path print('Found python 2 interpreter at', python2_path) break if python2_path is None: raise Exception('Could not find python2 in the directories ' + 'listed in the PATH environment variable. ' + 'Need python2 to run TEES.') # Run TEES a1_text, a2_text, sentence_segmentations = run_on_text(text, python2_path) # Run the TEES processor tp = TEESProcessor(a1_text, a2_text, sentence_segmentations, pmid) return tp
[docs]def run_on_text(text, python2_path): """Runs TEES on the given text in a temporary directory and returns a temporary directory with TEES output. The caller should delete this directory when done with it. This function runs TEES and produces TEES output files but does not process TEES output into INDRA statements. Parameters ---------- text : str Text from which to extract relationships python2_path : str The path to the python 2 interpreter Returns ------- output_dir : str Temporary directory with TEES output. The caller should delete this directgory when done with it. """ tees_path = get_config('TEES_PATH') if tees_path is None: # If TEES directory is not specifies, see if any of the candidate paths # exist and contain all of the files expected for a TEES installation. for cpath in tees_candidate_paths: cpath = os.path.expanduser(cpath) if os.path.isdir(cpath): # Check to see if it has all of the expected files and # directories has_expected_files = True for f in tees_installation_files: fpath = os.path.join(cpath, f) present = os.path.isfile(fpath) has_expected_files = has_expected_files and present has_expected_dirs = True for d in tees_installation_dirs: dpath = os.path.join(cpath, d) present = os.path.isdir(dpath) has_expected_dirs = has_expected_dirs and present if has_expected_files and has_expected_dirs: # We found a directory with all of the files and # directories we expected in a TEES installation - let's # assume it's a TEES installation tees_path = cpath print('Found TEES installation at ' + cpath) break # Make sure the provided TEES directory exists if not os.path.isdir(tees_path): raise Exception('Provided TEES directory does not exist.') # Make sure the script exists within this directory classify_path = '' # if not os.path.isfile(classify_path): # raise Exception(' does not exist in provided TEES path.') # Create a temporary directory to tag the shared-task files tmp_dir = tempfile.mkdtemp(suffix='indra_tees_processor') pwd = os.path.abspath(os.getcwd()) try: # Write text to a file in the temporary directory text_path = os.path.join(tmp_dir, 'text.txt') # Had some trouble with non-ascii characters. A possible TODO item in # the future is to look into resolving this, for now just ignoring # non-latin-1 characters with, 'w', encoding='latin-1', errors='ignore') \ as f: f.write(text) # Run TEES output_path = os.path.join(tmp_dir, 'output') model_path = os.path.join(tees_path, 'tees_data/models/GE11-test/') command = [python2_path, classify_path, '-m', model_path, '-i', text_path, '-o', output_path] try: pwd = os.path.abspath(os.getcwd()) os.chdir(tees_path) # Change to TEES directory # print('cwd is:', os.getcwd()) # out = subprocess.check_output(command, stderr=subprocess.STDOUT) p = subprocess.Popen(command, stdout=subprocess.PIPE, stderr=subprocess.PIPE, cwd=tees_path) p.wait() (so, se) = p.communicate() print(so) print(se) os.chdir(pwd) # Change back to previous directory # print('cwd is:', os.getcwd()) # print(out.decode('utf-8')) except BaseException as e: # If there's an error, print it out and then propagate the # exception os.chdir(pwd) # Change back to previous directory # print (e.output.decode('utf-8')) raise e except BaseException as e: # If there was an exception, delete the temporary directory and # pass on the exception shutil.rmtree(tmp_dir) raise e # Return the temporary directory with the TEES output output_tuple = extract_output(tmp_dir) shutil.rmtree(tmp_dir) return output_tuple
[docs]def extract_output(output_dir): """Extract the text of the a1, a2, and sentence segmentation files from the TEES output directory. These files are located within a compressed archive. Parameters ---------- output_dir : str Directory containing the output of the TEES system Returns ------- a1_text : str The text of the TEES a1 file (specifying the entities) a2_text : str The text of the TEES a2 file (specifying the event graph) sentence_segmentations : str The text of the XML file specifying the sentence segmentation """ # Locate the file of sentences segmented by the TEES system, described # in a compressed xml document sentences_glob = os.path.join(output_dir, '*-preprocessed*.xml.gz') sentences_filename_candidates = glob.glob(sentences_glob) # Make sure there is exactly one such file if len(sentences_filename_candidates) != 1: m = 'Looking for exactly one file matching %s but found %d matches' raise Exception(m % ( sentences_glob, len(sentences_filename_candidates))) return None, None, None # Read in the sentence segmentation XML sentence_segmentation_filename = sentences_filename_candidates[0] with gzip.GzipFile(sentences_filename_candidates[0], 'r') as f: sentence_segmentations ='utf-8') # Create a temporary directory to which to extract the a1 and a2 files from # the tarball tmp_dir = tempfile.mkdtemp(suffix='indra_tees_processor') try: # Make sure the tarfile with the extracted events is in shared task # format is in the output directory tarfile_glob = os.path.join(output_dir, '*-events.tar.gz') candidate_tarfiles = glob.glob(tarfile_glob) if len(candidate_tarfiles) != 1: raise Exception('Expected exactly one match for glob %s' % tarfile_glob) return None, None, None # Decide what tar files to extract # (We're not blindly extracting all files because of the security # warning in the documentation for TarFile.extractall # In particular, we want to make sure that the filename doesn't # try to specify a relative or absolute path other than the current # directory by making sure the filename starts with an alphanumeric # character. # We're also only interested in files with the .a1 or .a2 extension tar_file =[0]) a1_file = None a2_file = None extract_these = [] for m in tar_file.getmembers(): if re.match('[a-zA-Z0-9].*.a[12]', extract_these.append(m) if'.a1'): a1_file = elif'.a2'): a2_file = else: assert(False) # There should be exactly two files that match these criteria if len(extract_these) != 2 or a1_file is None or a2_file is None: raise Exception('We thought there would be one .a1 and one .a2' + ' file in the tarball, but we got %d files total' % len(extract_these)) return None, None, None # Extract the files that we decided to extract tar_file.extractall(path=tmp_dir, members=extract_these) # Read the text of the a1 (entities) file with, a1_file), 'r', encoding='utf-8') as f: a1_text = # Read the text of the a2 (events) file with, a2_file), 'r', encoding='utf-8') as f: a2_text = # Now that we're done, remove the temporary directory shutil.rmtree(tmp_dir) # Return the extracted text return a1_text, a2_text, sentence_segmentations except BaseException as e: # If there was an exception, delete the temporary directory and # pass on the exception print('Not removing temporary directory: ' + tmp_dir) shutil.rmtree(tmp_dir) raise e return None, None, None