package PDL::NDBin::Iterator;
# ABSTRACT: Iterator object for PDL::NDBin
$PDL::NDBin::Iterator::VERSION = '0.020';
use strict;
use warnings;
use Carp;
use List::Util qw( reduce );
use List::MoreUtils qw( all );
use XSLoader;
use Params::Validate qw( validate ARRAYREF );

sub new
	my $class = shift;
	my %params = validate( @_, {
			bins  => {
				type      => ARRAYREF,
				callbacks => { 'have at least one bin along every dimension' => sub { my $bins = shift; all { $_ > 0 } @$bins } },
			array => {
				type      => ARRAYREF,
				callbacks => { 'have at least one element' => sub { my $array = shift; @$array } },
			idx   => { can  => [ qw( eq which ) ] },
		} );
	my $self = {
		bins   => $params{bins},
		array  => $params{array},
		idx    => $params{idx},
		active => [ (1) x @{ $params{array} } ],
		bin    => 0,
		var    => -1,
		nbins  => (reduce { $a * $b } @{ $params{bins} }),
		nvars  => (scalar @{ $params{array} }),
	return bless $self, $class;

# advance() is implemented in XS

sub bin   { $_[0]->{bin} }
sub var   { $_[0]->{var} }
sub done  { $_[0]->{bin} >= $_[0]->{nbins} }
sub bins  { @{ $_[0]->{bins} } }
sub nbins { $_[0]->{nbins} }
sub nvars { $_[0]->{nvars} }
sub data  { $_[0]->{array}->[ $_[0]->{var} ] }
sub idx   { $_[0]->{idx} }

sub var_active
	my $self = shift;
	my $i = $self->{var};
	if( @_ ) { $self->{active}->[ $i ] = shift }
	else { $self->{active}->[ $i ] }

sub want
	my $self = shift;
	unless( defined $self->{want} ) {
		$self->{want} = PDL::which $self->idx == $self->{bin};
	return $self->{want};

sub selection
	my $self = shift;
	unless( defined $self->{selection} ) {
		$self->{selection} = $self->data->index( $self->want );
	return $self->{selection};

sub unflatten
	my $self = shift;
	unless( defined $self->{unflattened} ) {
		my $q = $self->{bin}; # quotient
		$self->{unflattened} =
			[ map {
				( $q, my $r ) = do { use integer; ( $q / $_, $q % $_ ) };
			      } $self->bins
	return @{ $self->{unflattened} };

XSLoader::load( __PACKAGE__ );




=encoding UTF-8

=head1 NAME

PDL::NDBin::Iterator - Iterator object for PDL::NDBin

=head1 VERSION

version 0.020


This class provides an iterator object for PDL::NDBin. The iterator object is
used to systematically step through all bins and variables using a simple
interface. Actions will receive a PDL::NDBin::Iterator object as the first and
only argument. This object can then be used to retrieve the current bin and
variable, and other information.

=head1 METHODS

=head2 new()

	my $iter = PDL::NDBin::Iterator->new( bins => \@bins, array => \@array, idx => $idx );

Construct a PDL::NDBin::Iterator object. Requires three arguments:

=over 4

=item I<bins>

A reference to an array containing the number of bins per dimension. E.g.,
C<[ 4, 7 ]> to indicate 4 bins in the first (contiguous) dimension, and 7 bins
in the second dimension. There must be at least one bin in every dimension.

=item I<array>

A reference to an array of piddles to operate on. The data values inside the
piddles don't really matter, as far as the iterator object is concerned. The
data inside the piddles will be made available to the actions in the order they
appear, one by one. There must be at least one element in this array.

=item I<idx>

A piddle containing the flattened bin numbers corresponding to the data values
in the piddles in \@array. The length of this piddle must match the length of
the piddles in \@array.


=head2 advance()

	while( $iter->advance ) { ... }

Advance the iterator to the next bin and/or I<active> variable. If no bins or
active variables remain, return C<undef> to signal that the iteration is done.
Otherwise, return 1.

=head2 bin()

Return the current bin number.

=head2 var()

Return the current variable index, i.e., the index into $self->{array} that
points to the current variable.

=head2 done()

Return a boolean value indicating whether there remain bins or variables to

=head2 bins()

Return a reference to the @bins array passed to the constructor.

=head2 nbins()

Return the total number of bins.

=head2 nvars()

Return the number of variables.

=head2 data()

Return the piddle corresponding to the current variable.

=head2 idx()

Return the piddle $idx passed to the constructor.

=head2 var_active()

This method is either a getter or a setter, depending on whether an argument is

If no arguments are supplied: return whether the current variable is still
active, i.e., whether any bins remain to be computed. If all bins have been
computed for this variable, the variable is inactive.

If a boolean is supplied: mark the current variable active or inactive. An
inactive variable will be skipped by next(). An action may mark a variable
inactive if it knows that all bins have been computed already, and that
visiting the same variable again may either be redundant or wrong. For example,
the action L<PDL::NDBin::Action::Count> can deal with the indirection in $idx,
and counts the elements of all bins the first time it is called. Visiting the
same variable again would double-count the elements. Therefore, the variable
must be marked inactive after the first time it has been visited.

	# if all bins have been set for this variable, mark inactive
	$iter->var_active( 0 );

=head2 want()

Return the indices of the elements that fall in the current bin. Not very
useful in regular actions, except for the common case where only the number of
elements is of importance (see L<PDL::NDBin::Action::Count>):

	my $nelem = $iter->want->nelem;

Another use is when empty bins needs to be skipped:

	sub compute_maximum {
		my $iter = shift;
		# max() won't work with empty piddles
		return unless $iter->want->nelem;
		my $values = $iter->selection;
		return $values->max;

Please note that the indexing is time-consuming. However, once computed, the
indices are cached for the remainder of the current bin and variable.

=head2 selection()

Return the data values that actually fall in the current bin for the current
variable. This is usually the only method that you need to call in an action.

	sub compute_median {
		my $iter = shift;
		my $values = $iter->selection;
		return $values->median;

Please note that the extraction is time-consuming (and requires the indexing).
However, once computed, the values are cached for the remainder of the current
bin and variable.

=head2 unflatten()

Return the unflattened bin number, i.e., the bin number along each axis
(cached). For example, if there 4 bins along the first dimension, and 7 along
the second, and the current bin number is 9, calling

	my @pos = $iter->unflatten;

will set @pos to C<( 1, 2 )>.

=head1 AUTHOR

Edward Baudrez <>


This software is copyright (c) 2020 by Edward Baudrez.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.