blackbird | Blackbird Bitcoin Arbitrage : a long/short market | Cryptocurrency library

 by   butor C++ Version: Current License: MIT

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blackbird is a C++ library typically used in Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, Bitcoin applications. blackbird has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.

Blackbird Bitcoin Arbitrage is a C++ trading system that does automatic long/short arbitrage between Bitcoin exchanges.

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              blackbird has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 5710 star(s) with 1069 fork(s). There are 391 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 6 months.
              There are 218 open issues and 231 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 56 days. There are 3 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of blackbird is current.

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              blackbird has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

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              blackbird is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
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            Getting Dropwizard Client And Jersey/HTTP I/O Error on APIHealthCheck
            Asked 2021-Jun-06 at 00:15

            I am currently doing an assignment for a class that requires me to develop a Maven project on eclipse that utilizes Dropwizard Authentication and Jersey HTTP. I looked everywhere on the internet for a solution, including stackoverflow. When I run the server on my local machine, it seems to run fine. But when I do the simple health check on http://localhost:8080/status, it gives me this error message.



            Answered 2021-Jun-06 at 00:15

            This is a serialization issue. As per the github repo that you shared there doesn't seem to be a endpoint associated with /gameusers path. But its being called in the health check callback. So the call is failing and its not able to deserialize error response into ArrayList. In you need to add the path as follows:



            Heatmaps with frequency values as color var
            Asked 2021-Jan-24 at 22:46

            I need help with heatmaps, I am first timer and I usually have problems when coming to frequencies graphs.

            I need to create a heatmap with date on x axis, and crepus on y axis. That is fine.

            The variable I want for the color is the frequency of all species (speciesname), which would be the total sum of all species of the variable nmb_individuals, obviously by date and crepus value.

            When trying it, I get a completely blank heatmap, though the scale looks good:



            Answered 2021-Jan-24 at 22:46


            How to recode all values to lowercase but ignore TRUE and FALSE?
            Asked 2021-Jan-07 at 12:51

            I have data that I want to convert to lowercase and separate with underscores using snakecase::to_any_case(). However, I wish to ignore cells that contain either TRUE/FALSE and keep them as uppercase.


            for making a reproducible example



            Answered 2021-Jan-07 at 12:51

            I am not an expert in dplyr syntax, but the following should work:



            PyQt5 QSortFilterProxyModel Sort Column by appropriate data type (int, float, datetime, string, etc)
            Asked 2020-Nov-29 at 18:36

            I wrap a QAbstractTableModel instance in a QSortFilterProxyModel in order to be able to sort and filter it. Sort requests sort column data as strings - instead I want the columns to be sortable by their appropriate datatype.

            There are a handful of questions/answers on the site that speak roughly about this problem, but none provide a contained solution to the 'sort appropriate data type' problem for a table where the need is to be able to sort any column by the method appropriate for its datatype.

            By appropriate sort method, I mean I want the QSortFilterProxyModel to sort integer columns as integers, sort float columns as floats, sort date columns as dates, and sort string columns as strings (well, the string kind, it already handles...).

            There seem to be one or two ways suggested to accomplish this. One involves setting up your source model to have its own SortRole that, for example, sort a column by integers. Can that implementation be tweaked to sort a column by it's 'native' datatype rather than pre-prescribing a SortRole for each column?

            In my specific use case, the source model is actually a pandas dataframe model. This is worth noting because perhaps conveniently, each of my columns DOES have a native/built-in/reliable datatype that could be known progammatically. Hence if it made implementation easier, I would forego the ability to sort a single column with many different datatypes*, to receive the ability to sort by any column by the correct method for its datatype. (*I realize there are cases where that ability is useful and appreciate that is perhaps what the default behavior agnostically addresses, but I have no immediate need for it.)

            Another solution I've seen discussed either by itself or in conjunction with special roles, involves reimplementing the QSortFilterProxyModel class and overloading the lessThan function. This solution makes sense to me, I just haven't been able to find an example where a clean implementation of this is done that can apply the appropriate sort method for the data based on the datatype of data it's sorting. Those solutions all seem to rely on a hardcoding a method for a column. It seems like there should be away to handle that 'column-sort method' lookup programmatically either on the fly as the lessThan method is called, or at least each time the sourcemodel refreshes.

            See end of post for the minimal reproducible example.

            Or see these snippets:



            Answered 2020-Nov-29 at 15:16

            One simplistic solution: Call the data method in the source model (that inherits from QAbstractTableModel) from the reimplemented QSortFilterProxyModel 's lessThan method , passing a role argument that will expose values to the lessThan method rather than strings. Then the natural < operator sort 'just works', because it's sorting values ... (as long as the values are comparable (I added some None handling etc to avoid crashes on non-comparable data)).

            So the reimplemented QSortFilterProxyModel could look like this:



            converting NULL to numeric and taking the sum of lists
            Asked 2020-Oct-09 at 00:25

            I have a BTO dataset, which I converted from long to wide format to prepare it for diversity measurements using the diversity function from the vegan package.

            To achieve this I used this code:



            Answered 2020-Oct-08 at 22:08

            Is this what you need?



            calculating diversity by groups
            Asked 2020-Oct-07 at 23:04

            I'm trying to plot shannon diversity for BTO data, however, to use the vegan package, I must place the data into matrix form. This is not a problem, however, I have various variables to group shannon diversity by however, I'm having difficulties subsetting this into code.

            I need a way to calculate diversity by localicity_id + Postcode + week + year, using this code:



            Answered 2020-Oct-07 at 23:04


            Django: How to set a new static path in production?
            Asked 2020-Jul-08 at 18:57

            working with django 3.0.5, but i guess this relates also to < django 2.0.

            I uploaded my first django app on my providers space, so far everything works. This is a Server Schema of my Provider...



            Answered 2020-Jul-08 at 18:57

            Alright, between Front and Backend i must have overlooked that my uWSGIservice for my App is mapping my static folder / STATIC_URL. I forgot about this.

            On the other hand STATIC_ROOT is maybe semantically misleading - unlike MEDIA_ROOT - STATIC_ROOT is only collecting static files in a folder, when collectstatic is executed. I mixed that up. I guess something like STATIC_COLLECT would be more obvious, to differentiate.

            However now static and media files are working in my production.


            blackbird_app.ini (uWSGI)



            Scala sorting by ranking
            Asked 2020-May-15 at 10:39

            I try to sort a complex structure of case classes according to a certain criterion, which has several (a finite number) characteristics. The sorting should be done according to a ranking list.

            Explained by following example: I have artifacts with a field bird which can have the expressions blackbird, starling, raven, budgie as string. A sequence should be sorted in the order (not alphabetically)

            1. starlings
            2. blackbirds
            3. budgies
            4. ravens

            The birds themselves may have dependencies on each other, so the order within the groups must not be changed.

            What I tried so far was to first group them, then sort the groups and patch them back together. Yet it looked clumsy and two questions arose:

            1. Will groupBy always keep the previous order? By looking at the ScalaDoc ref, it looks to me that it will.
            2. Is there a more efficient/not so clumsy way to sort the groups then the following:

            edit: added a complete example, fixed an issue



            Answered 2020-May-15 at 10:14

            Is this close to what you're after? It's really rather hard to tell from your limited description.



            What is this combinator?
            Asked 2020-Mar-30 at 15:58

            I used a combinator to calculate the average of a list of numbers...

            const myCombinator = f => g => h => x => f(g(x))(h(x));

            I could then use it like...



            Answered 2020-Mar-30 at 15:58

            Thanks to the helpful link from @evolutionxbox I was able to find the Starling_ combinator which is defined as...

            starling_ :: (b -> c -> d) -> (a -> b) -> (a -> c) -> a -> d

            In my case...

            • a -> b is my sum function that takes the array and returns a number.
            • a -> c is my length function that takes the array and return a number.
            • b -> c -> d is my div function that takes two numbers and divides them.

            This is the first time I feel like I've understood combinators properly now. :)

            Thanks for the help :)



            Prolog predicate where two items are associated but not equivalent
            Asked 2020-Feb-09 at 08:12

            I haven't programmed in Prolog for years and am struggling with a simple block of test code (I'm trying to solve a logic puzzle for fun...):



            Answered 2020-Feb-09 at 08:12

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