cf.Index.match_by_identity¶

Index.
match_by_identity
(*identities)[source]¶ Whether or not the construct identity satisfies conditions.
New in version 3.0.0.
See also
 Parameters
 identities: optional
Define conditions on the construct identities by one or more of
A construct identity. TODO
A construct has a number of stringvalued identities
defined by its
identities
method, and is selected if any of them match the identity parameter. identity may be a string that equals one of a construct’s identities; or are.Pattern
object that matches one of a construct’s identities viare.search
.Note that in the output of a
dump
method orprint
call, a metadata construct is always described by one of its identities, and so this description may always be used as an identity value. Parameter example:
'latitude'
 Parameter example:
``’T’
 Parameter example:
'long_name=Cell Area'
 Parameter example:
'cellmeasure1'
 Parameter example:
'measure:area'
 Parameter example:
cf.eq('time')'
 Parameter example:
re.compile('^lat')
 Parameter example:
To match identities of “T”, or any that start with “lat”:
'T', re.compile('^lat')
 Returns
bool
Whether or not at least one of the conditions are met.
Examples
>>> f.match_by_identity('time')
>>> f.match_by_identity(re.compile('^air'))
>>> f.match_by_identity('air_pressure', 'air_temperature')
>>> f.match_by_identity('ncvar%t')