Recording Data Access

When working with huge data repositories it can be worthwhile to record the subset of data used for a given analysis. ONE can keep track of which datasets were loaded via the load_* methods.

Only datasets that were successfully loaded are recorded; missing datasets are ignored.

How to set up and save

At the top of your analysis script, after instantiating ONE, simply set the record_loaded attribute to True:

one.record_loaded = True

At the end of your analysis script, you can save the data by calling one.save_loaded_ids(). By default this will save the dataset UUIDs to a CSV file in the root of your cache directory and will clear the list of dataset UUIDs. The sessions_only kwarg will save the eids instead.

Note.

Within a Python session, calling ONE again with the same arguments (from any location) will return the previous object, therefore if you want to stop recording dataset UUIDs you must explicitly set record_loaded to False, e.g. ONE().record_loaded = False.

Example

[1]:
import pandas as pd
from one.api import ONE
one = ONE(base_url='https://openalyx.internationalbrainlab.org', silent=True)

# Turn on recording of loaded dataset UUIDs
one.record_loaded = True

# Load some trials data
eid = 'KS023/2019-12-10/001'
dsets = one.load_object(eid, 'trials')

# Load another dataset
eid = 'CSHL049/2020-01-08/001'
dset = one.load_dataset(eid, 'probes.description')

# Save the dataset IDs to file
dataset_uuids, filename = one.save_loaded_ids(clear_list=False)
print(filename)
print(pd.read_csv(filename), end='\n\n')

# Save the session IDs
session_uuids, filename = one.save_loaded_ids(sessions_only=True)
print(filename)
print(pd.read_csv(filename))

F:\FlatIron\openalyx.internationalbrainlab.org\2022-02-24T13-37-07_loaded_dataset_uuids.csv
                            dataset_uuid
0   0bc9607d-0a72-4c5c-8b9d-e239a575ff67
1   16c81eaf-a032-49cd-9823-09c0c7350fd2
2   2f4cc220-55b9-4fb3-9692-9aaa5362288f
3   4ee1110f-3ff3-4e26-87b0-41b687f75ce3
4   63aa7dea-1ee2-4a0c-88bc-00b5cba6b8b0
5   69236a5d-1e4a-4bea-85e9-704492756848
6   6b94f568-9bb6-417c-9423-a84559f403d5
7   82237144-41bb-4e7f-9ef4-cabda4381d9f
8   91f08c6d-7ee0-487e-adf5-9c751769af06
9   b77d2665-876e-41e7-ac57-aa2854c5d5cd
10  c14d8683-3706-4e44-a8d2-cd0e2bfd4579
11  c8cd43a7-b443-4342-8c37-aa93a2067447
12  d078bfc8-214d-4682-8621-390ad74dd6d5
13  d11d7b33-3a96-4ea6-849f-5448a97d3fc1
14  d73f567a-5799-4051-9bc8-6f0fd6bb478b
15  e1793e9d-cd96-4cb6-9fd7-a6b662c41971
16  fceb8cfe-77b4-4177-a6af-44fbf51b33d0

F:\FlatIron\openalyx.internationalbrainlab.org\2022-02-24T13-37-07_loaded_session_uuids.csv
                           session_uuid
0  4b7fbad4-f6de-43b4-9b15-c7c7ef44db4b
1  aad23144-0e52-4eac-80c5-c4ee2decb198