Tagging PyTest Tests

Posted on Tue 22 May 2018 in TDDA • Tagged with tests, tagging

A recent post described the new ability to run a subset of ReferenceTest tests from the tdda library by tagging tests or test classes with the @tag decorator. Initially, this ability was only available for unittest-based tests. From version 1.0 of the tdda library, now available, we have …

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Detecting Bad Data and Anomalies with the TDDA Library (Part I)

Posted on Fri 04 May 2018 in TDDA • Tagged with tests, anomaly detection, bad data

The test-driven data analysis library, tdda, has two main kinds of functionality

  • support for testing complex analytical processes with unittest or pytest
  • support for verifying data against constraints, and optionally for discovering such constraints from example data.

Until now, however, the verification process has only reported which constraints failed to …

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Saving Time Running Subsets of Tests with Tagging

Posted on Tue 01 May 2018 in TDDA • Tagged with tests, tagging

It is common, when working with tests for analytical processes, for test suites to take non-trivial amount of time to run. It is often helpful to have a convenient way to execute a subset of tests, or even a single test.

We have added a simple mechanism for allowing this …

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