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  3. 5
      nombres/README.md
  4. 0
      nombres/busqueda/__init__.py
  5. 183
      nombres/busqueda/handler.py
  6. 10
      nombres/busqueda/handler_test.py
  7. 3
      nombres/busqueda/requirements.txt
  8. 41
      nombres/busqueda/tox.ini
  9. 15
      nombres/deploy.sh
  10. 0
      nombres/historico/__init__.py
  11. 62
      nombres/historico/handler.py
  12. 10
      nombres/historico/handler_test.py
  13. 3
      nombres/historico/requirements.txt
  14. 41
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MIT License
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Scripts para hacer cosas con la data de nombres de Argentina.
Página con esto funcionando: http://nombres.ralsina.me
* historico/ y busqueda/ son funciones OpenFAAS para implementar el sitio

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nombres/busqueda/__init__.py

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import unicodedata
import urllib
from collections import namedtuple as nt
from dataclasses import dataclass
from json import loads
import logging
import pygal
import pyrqlite.dbapi2 as dbapi2
import requests
connection = dbapi2.connect(
host="10.61.0.1",
user="root",
port=4001,
password="",
)
def remove_accents(input_str):
nfkd_form = unicodedata.normalize("NFKD", input_str)
return "".join([c for c in nfkd_form if not unicodedata.combining(c)])
@dataclass
class Género:
nombre: str = ""
masculinidad: float = 0
def split_por_genero(nombres):
no_clasificados = set()
# Veamos cuales de estos nombres ya están clasificados
for nombre in nombres:
clasificador = remove_accents(
nombre.nombre.split()[0]
) # genderize no aprecia acentos para AR
genero = Género.get(nombre=clasificador)
if not genero:
# No está clasificado
no_clasificados.add(urllib.parse.quote(clasificador))
if no_clasificados:
print(f"Tengo {len(no_clasificados)} sin clasificar")
no_clasificados = list(no_clasificados)
# Averiguar los no clasificados
# Partimos en bloques de a 10 (API de genderize)
for i in range(len(no_clasificados) // 10 + 1):
chunk = no_clasificados[i * 10 : (i + 1) * 10]
url = f'https://api.genderize.io/?name[]={"&name[]=".join(chunk)}&country_id=AR'
clasificados = requests.get(url)
for resultado in clasificados.json():
if not resultado["name"]:
continue # No me importa
if resultado["gender"] == "male":
masc = resultado["probability"]
elif resultado["gender"] == "female":
masc = 1 - resultado["probability"]
else:
# Probablemente un acento o algo así
print(f"Raro:{resultado}")
masc = None
# Metemos en la base
print(f"Clasificando {resultado}: {masc}")
Género(nombre=resultado["name"], masculinidad=masc)
nombres_f = []
nombres_m = []
for nombre in nombres:
clasificador = remove_accents(nombre.nombre.split()[0])
genero = Género.get(nombre=clasificador)
if not genero or genero.masculinidad is None: # No clasificado, en ambos
nombres_f.append(nombre)
nombres_m.append(nombre)
elif 0.4 < genero.masculinidad:
nombres_m.append(nombre)
elif 0.6 > genero.masculinidad:
nombres_f.append(nombre)
return {"f": nombres_f, "m": nombres_m}
def handle(req):
"""handle a request to the function
Args:
req (str): request body
{
p: prefijo del nombre,
g: genero del nombre,
a: año de nacimiento
}
"""
try:
data = loads(req)
except Exception as e:
data = {}
try:
prefijo = data.get("p") or None
genero = data.get("g") or None
try:
año = int(data.get("a"))
except Exception:
año = None
except Exception as e:
prefijo = genero = año = None
if prefijo is not None:
prefijo = prefijo.strip().lower()
if genero not in ("f", "m"):
genero = None
if prefijo is None and año is None: # Totales globales
with connection.cursor() as cursor:
sql = """
SELECT total, nombre
FROM totales
ORDER BY total DESC
LIMIT 50
"""
cursor.execute(sql)
datos = [(r["total"], r["nombre"]) for r in cursor.fetchall()]
elif prefijo is None and año is not None: # Totales por año
with connection.cursor() as cursor:
sql = """
SELECT contador, nombre
FROM nombres
WHERE
anio = :anio
ORDER BY contador DESC
LIMIT 50
"""
cursor.execute(sql, {'anio': año})
datos = [(r["contador"], r["nombre"]) for r in cursor.fetchall()]
elif prefijo is not None and año is None:
with connection.cursor() as cursor:
sql = """
SELECT contador, nombre
FROM nombres
WHERE
nombre LIKE :nombre
ORDER BY contador DESC
LIMIT 50
"""
cursor.execute(sql, {"nombre": "{prefijo}%"})
datos = [(r["contador"], r["nombre"]) for r in cursor.fetchall()]
else:
with connection.cursor() as cursor:
sql = """
SELECT contador, nombre
FROM nombres
WHERE
anio = :anio AND
nombre LIKE :nombre
ORDER BY contador DESC
LIMIT 50
"""
cursor.execute(sql, {"anio": año, "nombre": "{prefijo}%"})
datos = [(r["contador"], r["nombre"]) for r in cursor.fetchall()]
if genero:
datos = split_por_genero(datos)[genero]
datos = datos[:10]
chart = pygal.HorizontalBar(height=400, show_legend=False, show_y_labels=True)
chart.x_labels = [nombre.title() for _, nombre in datos[::-1]]
if len(datos) > 1:
chart.title = f"¿Puede ser ... {datos[0][1].title()}? ¿O capaz que {datos[1][1].title()}? ¡Contáme más!"
elif len(datos) == 1:
chart.title = f"¡Hola {datos[0][1].title()}!"
elif len(datos) < 1:
chart.title = "¡No esssistís!"
chart.add("", [contador for contador, _ in datos[::-1]])
return chart.render(is_unicode=True), 200, {"Content-Typei": "image/svg+xml"}

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from .handler import handle
# Test your handler here
# To disable testing, you can set the build_arg `TEST_ENABLED=false` on the CLI or in your stack.yml
# https://docs.openfaas.com/reference/yaml/#function-build-args-build-args
def test_handle():
# assert handle("input") == "input"
pass

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nombres/busqueda/requirements.txt

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pygal
requests
pyrqlite

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# If you would like to disable
# automated testing during faas-cli build,
# Replace the content of this file with
# [tox]
# skipsdist = true
# You can also edit, remove, or add additional test steps
# by editing, removing, or adding new testenv sections
# find out more about tox: https://tox.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
[tox]
envlist = lint,test
skipsdist = true
[testenv:test]
deps =
flask
pytest
-rrequirements.txt
commands =
# run unit tests with pytest
# https://docs.pytest.org/en/stable/
# configure by adding a pytest.ini to your handler
pytest
[testenv:lint]
deps =
flake8
commands =
flake8 .
[flake8]
count = true
max-line-length = 127
max-complexity = 10
statistics = true
# stop the build if there are Python syntax errors or undefined names
select = E9,F63,F7,F82
show-source = true

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#!/bin/sh -x
set -e
# My FAAS is arm64, so need to install this to cross-compile
docker run --rm --privileged \
multiarch/qemu-user-static \
--reset -p yes
# Build and deploy
if [! -d templates]
then
faas-cli template store pull python3-http
fi
faas-cli publish -f nombres.yml --platforms linux/arm64 --build-arg 'TEST_ENABLED=false'
faas-cli deploy -f nombres.yml

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nombres/historico/__init__.py

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import unicodedata
import urllib
from collections import defaultdict as ddict
from dataclasses import dataclass
from json import loads
import pygal
import pyrqlite.dbapi2 as dbapi2
import requests
connection = dbapi2.connect(
host="10.61.0.1",
user="root",
port=4001,
password="",
)
def remove_accents(input_str):
nfkd_form = unicodedata.normalize("NFKD", input_str)
return "".join([c for c in nfkd_form if not unicodedata.combining(c)])
def handle(req):
"""handle a request to the function
Args:
req (str): request body
{
p: prefijo del nombre,
g: genero del nombre,
a: año de nacimiento
}
"""
try:
nombres = [remove_accents(req.strip().lower()) for x in req.split(",")]
except Exception:
nombres = ["maria", "juan"]
chart = pygal.Line(
height=200, fill=True, human_readable=True, show_minor_x_labels=False
)
chart.x_labels = range(1922, 2015)
for nombre in nombres:
datos = ddict(int)
with connection.cursor() as cursor:
sql = """
SELECT anio, contador, nombre
FROM nombres
WHERE nombre = :nombre
ORDER BY anio
"""
cursor.execute(sql,{"nombre": nombre})
datos.update({r["anio"]: r["contador"] for r in cursor.fetchall()})
chart.add(nombre.title(), [datos[x] for x in range(1922, 2015)])
chart.x_labels = [str(n) for n in range(1922, 2015)]
chart.x_labels_major = [str(n) for n in range(1920, 2020, 10)]
# return Response(chart.render(is_unicode=True), mimetype="image/svg+xml")
return chart.render(is_unicode=True), 200, {"Content-Type": "image/svg+xml"}

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nombres/historico/handler_test.py

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from .handler import handle
# Test your handler here
# To disable testing, you can set the build_arg `TEST_ENABLED=false` on the CLI or in your stack.yml
# https://docs.openfaas.com/reference/yaml/#function-build-args-build-args
def test_handle():
# assert handle("input") == "input"
pass

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nombres/historico/requirements.txt

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pygal
requests
pyrqlite

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nombres/historico/tox.ini

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# If you would like to disable
# automated testing during faas-cli build,
# Replace the content of this file with
# [tox]
# skipsdist = true
# You can also edit, remove, or add additional test steps
# by editing, removing, or adding new testenv sections
# find out more about tox: https://tox.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
[tox]
envlist = lint,test
skipsdist = true
[testenv:test]
deps =
flask
pytest
-rrequirements.txt
commands =
# run unit tests with pytest
# https://docs.pytest.org/en/stable/
# configure by adding a pytest.ini to your handler
pytest
[testenv:lint]
deps =
flake8
commands =
flake8 .
[flake8]
count = true
max-line-length = 127
max-complexity = 10
statistics = true
# stop the build if there are Python syntax errors or undefined names
select = E9,F63,F7,F82
show-source = true

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version: 1.0
provider:
name: openfaas
gateway: http://pinky:8082
functions:
busqueda:
lang: python3-flask
handler: ./busqueda
image: ralsina/nombres_busqueda:latest
historico:
lang: python3-flask
handler: ./historico
image: ralsina/nombres_historico:latest
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