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February 6, 2010

Inbox Stats v1.1 — S60 3rd Edition Compatibility

Filed under: Blog — krkhan @ 3:16 pm

Continuing the migration to E71, here’s the new release for Inbox Stats which works on Python 2.5 releases:

inboxstats-1.1.zip
Inbox Stats v1.1 Screenshot

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May 17, 2009

Inbox Stats v1.0 — Because graphs speak louder than numbers

Filed under: Blog — krkhan @ 4:00 am

Inbox Stats v1.0

Changelog:

  • As can be seen from the screenshot above, graphs can be turned on through the options menu. Implementing them resulted in two useful modules:
    • scrolledcanvas: Provides a derived Canvas class which has built-in support for scrolling oversizes images.
    • roundedrectangle: Provides functions for drawing rectangles with rounded corners on a Canvas or Image. Optionally, text can be given which will be prettily centered (and truncated upon requirement) in the drawn shapes.
  • More minor code enhancements and bugfixes.

You can find both the modules and the application itself here. All code is released under the PSF license so feel free to use it any way you want. Oh, and if you still haven’t figured out why anyone would be interested in the SMS stats in the first place, here’s a little quote for you:

“Statistics are like a bikini. What they reveal is suggestive, but what they conceal is vital.”

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May 12, 2009

SMS Inbox statistics for Series 60 mobile phones v0.2

Filed under: Blog — krkhan @ 7:04 pm

Update: New version

Improvements in the new version:

  • Previous version hung up while calculating the statistics. The new version dispatches a thread for the dirty work and keeps the user interface responsive with a “Processing” notification.
  • Contact stats are sorted in descending order by the number of messages per each contact.
  • Code improvements for making it more “Pythonic”.

inboxstats.py

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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""Script for printing trivial statistics about inbox, such as:
	Number of texts
	Number of unique contacts who sent the texts
	Number of texts sent by respective contacts
"""
 
__author__ = "Kamran Riaz Khan"
__email__ = "krkhan@inspirated.com"
__version__ = "0.2"
__copyright__ = "Copyright (c) 2009 Kamran Riaz Khan"
__license__ = "Python"
__status__ = "Production"
 
import appuifw, e32, inbox, thread
 
def exit_key_handler():
	"Release app_lock."
	app_lock.signal()
 
def parse_inbox_stats(stats):
	"""Parse the inbox statistics,
	Updates the stats dictionary with:
		sms-count : Number of texts
		sms-contacts: List of tuples with following pairs:
			Name of contact, Number of corresponding
			(ordered according to decreasing number of texts)"""
	curr_inbox = inbox.Inbox()
	messages = curr_inbox.sms_messages()
	contacts = {}
 
	for i in messages:
		address = curr_inbox.address(i)
		if contacts.has_key(address):
			contacts[address] = contacts[address] + 1
		else:
			contacts[address] = 1
 
	contacts = contacts.items()
	contacts.sort(lambda x, y: cmp(x[1], y[1]))
	contacts.reverse()
 
	stats["sms-count"] = len(messages)
	stats["sms-contacts"] = contacts
 
def print_inbox_stats(content, stats):
	"""Print inbox stats in the content Text field,
	Remembers the cursor position of Text before the call
	and points at it again after updating the content."""
	pos = content.get_pos()
 
	statsmap = [
		(u"SMS Count", unicode(stats["sms-count"])),
		(u"Unique Contacts", unicode(len(stats["sms-contacts"]))),
		(u"", u"")
		]
 
	statsmap += [(k, unicode(v)) for k, v in stats["sms-contacts"]]
 
	for i in statsmap:
		content.style = appuifw.STYLE_BOLD
		content.add(i[0] + (i[0] and u": " or u""))
		content.style = 0
		content.add(i[1] + u"n")
 
	content.set_pos(pos)
 
if __name__ == "__main__":
	content = appuifw.Text()
	appuifw.app.title = u'Inbox Stats'
	appuifw.app.body = content
	appuifw.app.exit_key_handler = exit_key_handler
 
	stats = {}
	t = thread.start_new_thread(parse_inbox_stats, (stats,))
 
	content.style = appuifw.STYLE_ITALIC
	content.add(u"Processing text messages...n")
	thread.ao_waittid(t)
	content.add(u"Done!nn")
	content.style = 0
 
	print_inbox_stats(content, stats)
 
	app_lock = e32.Ao_lock()
	app_lock.wait()

Inbox Stats v0.2 Screenshot

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May 10, 2009

SMS Inbox statistics for Series 60 mobile phones

Filed under: Blog — krkhan @ 8:03 pm

Update: New version

Self-indulgence is what I do best. It usually results in me trying to figure out random statistics about my personal life; e.g., graphs about which hours of day I’m mostly awake on and pie-charts about my bathroom habits. Such stuff doesn’t only make me feel more important than I actually am, but also polishes my fundamental math skills which were lost while trying to calculate average number of viruses a Windows user is hit by on an yearly basis.

Texting is what I do second best. Combine the two of my most productive practices and the need emerges of having a way to produce useless statistics about my cell phone’s inbox. This is where PyS60 comes to the rescue. In my previous post I praised Python’s sex appeal. Here’s the demonstration:

  • Total time spent with Python: Less than a week
  • Total time spent with PyS60: Less than a minute
  • Total time spent with Symbian development: Less than never

And still, even a total n00b like me could easily accomplish what he wanted to, using only the library reference manual and 70 lines of understandable code:

inboxstats.py

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"""Script for printing trivial statistics about inbox, such as:
	Number of texts
	Number of unique contacts who sent the texts
	Number of texts sent by respective contacts
"""
 
__author__ = "Kamran Riaz Khan <krkhan@inspirated.com>"
__version__ = "$Revision: 0.1 $"
__date__ = "$Date: 2009/05/10 15:30:00 $"
__copyright__ = "Copyright (c) 2009 Kamran Riaz Khan"
__license__ = "Python"
 
import appuifw
import e32
import inbox
 
def exit_key_handler():
	"Release app_lock."
	app_lock.signal()
 
def inbox_stats():
	"""Parse the inbox statistics,
	Returns the dictionary:
		sms-count : Number of texts
		sms-contacts: Dictionary with the pairs:
			contact-name : Number of texts from contact"""
	cur_inbox = inbox.Inbox()
	messages = cur_inbox.sms_messages()
	contacts = {}
 
	for i in messages:
		address = cur_inbox.address(i)
		if contacts.has_key(address):
			contacts[address] = contacts[address] + 1
		else:
			contacts[address] = 1
 
	return {
		"sms-count" :  len(messages),
		"sms-contacts" :  contacts
		}
 
if __name__ == "__main__":
	content = appuifw.Text()
	appuifw.app.title = u'Inbox Stats'
	appuifw.app.body = content
	appuifw.app.exit_key_handler = exit_key_handler
 
	stats = inbox_stats()
	statsmap = (
		(u"SMS Count", unicode(stats["sms-count"])),
		(u"Unique Contacts", unicode(len(stats["sms-contacts"]))),
		)
 
	for i in statsmap:
		content.style = appuifw.STYLE_BOLD
		content.add(i[0] + u": ")
		content.style = 0
		content.add(i[1] + u"n")
 
	content.add(u"n")
	for k, v in stats["sms-contacts"].iteritems():
		content.style = appuifw.STYLE_BOLD
		content.add(k + u": ")
		content.style = 0
		content.add(unicode(v) + u"n")
 
	app_lock = e32.Ao_lock()
	app_lock.wait()

Which gives me:

Inbox Stats Screenshot

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