# CompositeTransform¶

class astropy.coordinates.CompositeTransform(transforms, fromsys, tosys, priority=1, register_graph=None, collapse_static_mats=True)[source]

A transformation constructed by combining together a series of single-step transformations.

Note that the intermediate frame objects are constructed using any frame attributes in toframe or fromframe that overlap with the intermediate frame (toframe favored over fromframe if there’s a conflict). Any frame attributes that are not present use the defaults.

Parameters
transformssequence of CoordinateTransform objects

The sequence of transformations to apply.

fromsysclass

The coordinate frame class to start from.

tosysclass

The coordinate frame class to transform into.

prioritynumber

The priority if this transform when finding the shortest coordinate transform path - large numbers are lower priorities.

register_graphTransformGraph or None

A graph to register this transformation with on creation, or None to leave it unregistered.

collapse_static_matsbool

If True, consecutive StaticMatrixTransform will be collapsed into a single transformation to speed up the calculation.

Methods Summary

 __call__(fromcoord, toframe) Does the actual coordinate transformation from the fromsys class to the tosys class.

Methods Documentation

__call__(fromcoord, toframe)[source]

Does the actual coordinate transformation from the fromsys class to the tosys class.

Parameters
fromcoordfromsys object

An object of class matching fromsys that is to be transformed.

toframeobject

An object that has the attributes necessary to fully specify the frame. That is, it must have attributes with names that match the keys of the dictionary that tosys.get_frame_attr_names() returns. Typically this is of class tosys, but it might be some other class as long as it has the appropriate attributes.

Returns
tocoordtosys object

The new coordinate after the transform has been applied.