Getting started

>>> import resqpy

A first step is typically to instantiate a resqpy.model.Model object from your .epc file:

>>> from resqpy.model import Model
>>> model = Model(epc_file='my_file.epc')
<resqpy.model.Model at 0x7fdcd14e4700>

Models can be conveniently opened with the resqpy.model.ModelContext context manager, to ensure file handles are closed properly upon exit:

>>> from resqpy.model import ModelContext
>>> with ModelContext("my_model.epc") as model:
>>>     print(model.uuids())

If you don’t have any RESQML datasets, you can use the tiny datasets included in the example_data directory of the resqpy repository.

To list all the parts (high level objects) in the model:

for part in

   part_type = model.type_of_part(part)
   title = model.citation_title_for_part(part)
   uuid = str(model.uuid_for_part(part))

   print(f'{title:<30s} {part_type:<35s} {uuid}')