[Tutor] unitest with random inputs
Sydney Shall
s.shall at virginmedia.com
Wed Jul 19 12:55:34 EDT 2017
On 19/07/2017 18:42, Steven D'Aprano wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 19, 2017 at 05:01:53PM +0200, Sydney Shall wrote:
>
> [...]
>> def test_zero_in_capitalsadvanced(self):
>> self.assertIn(self.capitalsadvanced, 0.0)
>>
>> The error message is:
>>
>> Traceback (most recent call last):
> [...]
>> in assertIn
>> if member not in container:
>> TypeError: argument of type 'float' is not iterable
>
> You are trying to test whether capitalsadvanced is in 0.0. Reverse the
> arguments:
>
> self.assertIn(0.0, self.capitalsadvanced)
>
> which will test whether 0.0 is in self.capitalsadvanced.
>
>
>> FAILED (failures=9, errors=1)
>>
>> The failures all arise from a 'nan'.
>> It is this problem that I am trying to resolve.
>
> Well, since you don't show us what those failing tests are, we cannot
> possibly tell you how to fix them.
>
> Start by showing us *one* failing test, and what the failure is.
>
>
Thank you Steve.
The remaining 'nan' problems are shown below.
runfile('/Users/sydney/Capital/Capital_with_productivity/Current_Versions/testPOCWP_V2.py',
wdir='/Users/sydney/Capital/Capital_with_productivity/Current_Versions')
/Users/sydney/Capital/Capital_with_productivity/Current_Versions/PopulationOfCapitalsWithProductivityV16_Python36.py:1582:
RuntimeWarning: invalid value encountered in true_divide
/Users/sydney/Capital/Capital_with_productivity/Current_Versions/PopulationOfCapitalsWithProductivityV16_Python36.py:1637:
RuntimeWarning: invalid value encountered in true_divide
constantcapitals is divided, element-wise by the array
/Users/sydney/Capital/Capital_with_productivity/Current_Versions/PopulationOfCapitalsWithProductivityV16_Python36.py:1665:
RuntimeWarning: invalid value encountered in true_divide
capitalsadvanced.
/Users/sydney/Capital/Capital_with_productivity/Current_Versions/PopulationOfCapitalsWithProductivityV16_Python36.py:1695:
RuntimeWarning: invalid value encountered in true_divide
The output is a numpy array of floats; and they are ratios of (Variable
/Users/sydney/Capital/Capital_with_productivity/Current_Versions/PopulationOfCapitalsWithProductivityV16_Python36.py:1729:
RuntimeWarning: invalid value encountered in true_divide
The method returns is a numpy array of floats; the ratios of (Variable
/Users/sydney/Capital/Capital_with_productivity/Current_Versions/PopulationOfCapitalsWithProductivityV16_Python36.py:1758:
RuntimeWarning: invalid value encountered in true_divide
The method returns a numpy array of floats, which are the ratios of
/Users/sydney/Capital/Capital_with_productivity/Current_Versions/PopulationOfCapitalsWithProductivityV16_Python36.py:1787:
RuntimeWarning: invalid value encountered in true_divide
The method returns a numpy array of floats which are the individual
/Users/sydney/Capital/Capital_with_productivity/Current_Versions/PopulationOfCapitalsWithProductivityV16_Python36.py:1816:
RuntimeWarning: invalid value encountered in true_divide
The method returns a numpy array of floats which are the ratios of (New
..............................................................................................................FF.F.FFF..FF...F......./Users/sydney/anaconda/lib/python3.6/unittest/case.py:1077:
FutureWarning: elementwise comparison failed; returning scalar instead,
but in the future will perform elementwise comparison
if member not in container:
F............................................../Users/sydney/Capital/Capital_with_productivity/Current_Versions/PopulationOfCapitalsWithProductivityV16_Python36.py:2311:
RuntimeWarning: invalid value encountered in double_scalars
values in UCC.
/Users/sydney/Capital/Capital_with_productivity/Current_Versions/PopulationOfCapitalsWithProductivityV16_Python36.py:2256:
RuntimeWarning: invalid value encountered in double_scalars
....................................................................
I have looked carefully at the lines indicated and they almost all
involve 4 specific numpy.ndarrays. I suspect from the logic that they
all results from the commonest array in the list.
The last error is different, but I belie that it is related.
--
Sydney
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