The PYTHON client allow, as much as the previously explained Java client, communication with the Cytomine Web API. This client was developed to be integrated as a library in Python app. We use it the same way than the Java client :
The differences between the clients are mainly due to the respective language constraints. We will describe the way to define a model in Python for the resource User without the details common with the Java client and previously explained on its page.
#Models class Model(object): def __init__(self, params = None): if (params != None): self.parse(params) def parse(self, params = None): obj = json.loads(params) print obj self.__dict__ = obj def toJSON(self): return json.dumps(self.__dict__) def isNew(self): return not hasattr(self, "id")
class User(Model): def __init__(self, params = None): super(User, self).__init__(params) self._callback_identifier = "user" def toURL(self): if (hasattr(self, "id")): return "user/%d.json" % self.id else: return "user.json" def __str__( self ): return "User : " + str(self.id)
[...] cytomine = Cytomine("http://localhost:8080", "dupond", "pass") //Add the user johndoe user = cytomine.addUser("johndoe", "Password","John", "Doe") //Display name/firstname of all the users users = cytomine.getUsers() for user in users.data(): print "%s %s" % (user.firstname,user.lastname) [...]