Commit 88c55c9f authored by Luke Campagnola's avatar Luke Campagnola
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Docstring updates for ParameterTree

parent 6a4a6539
......@@ -7,9 +7,16 @@ from .ParameterItem import ParameterItem
class ParameterTree(TreeWidget):
"""Widget used to display or control data from a ParameterSet"""
"""Widget used to display or control data from a hierarchy of Parameters"""
def __init__(self, parent=None, showHeader=True):
============== ========================================================
parent (QWidget) An optional parent widget
showHeader (bool) If True, then the QTreeView header is displayed.
============== ========================================================
TreeWidget.__init__(self, parent)
......@@ -25,10 +32,35 @@ class ParameterTree(TreeWidget):
def setParameters(self, param, showTop=True):
Set the top-level :class:`Parameter <pyqtgraph.parametertree.Parameter>`
to be displayed in this ParameterTree.
If *showTop* is False, then the top-level parameter is hidden and only
its children will be visible. This is a convenience method equivalent
tree.addParameters(param, showTop)
self.addParameters(param, showTop=showTop)
def addParameters(self, param, root=None, depth=0, showTop=True):
Adds one top-level :class:`Parameter <pyqtgraph.parametertree.Parameter>`
to the view.
============== ==========================================================
param The :class:`Parameter <pyqtgraph.parametertree.Parameter>`
to add.
root The item within the tree to which *param* should be added.
By default, *param* is added as a top-level item.
showTop If False, then *param* will be hidden, and only its
children will be visible in the tree.
============== ==========================================================
item = param.makeTreeItem(depth=depth)
if root is None:
root = self.invisibleRootItem()
......@@ -45,11 +77,14 @@ class ParameterTree(TreeWidget):
self.addParameters(ch, root=item, depth=depth+1)
def clear(self):
Remove all parameters from the tree.
def focusNext(self, item, forward=True):
## Give input focus to the next (or previous) item after 'item'
"""Give input focus to the next (or previous) item after *item*
while True:
parent = item.parent()
if parent is None:
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