ego | A simple component | Microservice library

 by   gotomicro Go Version: v1.1.11 License: MIT

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ego is a Go library typically used in Architecture, Microservice, Swagger applications. ego has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.

A simple and component-based microservice kit for go. A simple component-based microservice kit for go.

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              ego has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 844 star(s) with 149 fork(s). There are 24 watchers for this library.
              There were 5 major release(s) in the last 12 months.
              There are 1 open issues and 21 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 11 days. There are no pull requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of ego is v1.1.11

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

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              ego is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
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            Community Discussions


            find class name by the text that contains its child node
            Asked 2021-Jun-06 at 09:50

            I am not familiar with both HTML and Xpath so I am not sure whether I specified my question correctly. I use Selenium to scrape some data from certain websites (link). I figured out, that for some reason name of the class I interested in differs from page to page, however, this class contains a child node that in its turn contains a button. This button has the same text inside for all pages ("aplikuj", since sometimes appear another button with "aplikuj" inside I decided to add some RegEx "^aplikuj$"). My question is: How can I find parent class name knowing that its child node contains a button with particular text inside ("^aplikuj$"). As on the image below, I am looking for the "col-box ego-box-tabs-border box-info" class name (which will differ from page to page).

            enter image description here

            Updated: I want to extract text inside of

            tags of "col-box ego-box-tabs-border box-info" class



            Answered 2021-Jun-06 at 09:50

            Based on this topic: XPath to select element based on childs child value

            You can select the div element that its child node contains a button which have the text 'aplikuj' by this code:

            //div[./p[./a[contains(text(), "aplikuj")]]]

            then, you can extend the code above to get all the text of p element in that div by this code:

            //div[./p[./a[contains(text(), "aplikuj")]]]/p//text()



            Igraph: Remove edges from ego network based on condition (those not from ego)
            Asked 2021-May-25 at 06:33

            I have a network of friendships and I'm trying to plot each ego network that shows only to out nominations of each ego. When I plot the ego network, it includes arrows directed towards ego and edges connecting alters to each other. I'd like to conditionally remove edges not coming from ego. Sample data and code below:



            Answered 2021-May-25 at 06:33

            If you have multiple egos, and would like to put all the ego networks within the same graph, you can try the code below



            Mapping nothing when doing Enrichment Analysis of the TAIR using enrichGO in R
            Asked 2021-May-17 at 14:56

            I tried to do Enrichment Analysis of Arabidopsis thaliana by using enrichGO with R. But the result is empty. What caused this result?



            Answered 2021-May-17 at 14:56

            setting/including the arguments pAdjustMethod = "none", pvalueCutoff = 1, and qvalueCutoff = 1.



            Creating views with joins in PostgreSQL
            Asked 2021-May-16 at 08:59

            For a small shift management project I decided to make I'm trying to make a weekly schedule of shifts for our employees, based on a 3 shifts per day schedule, where 1 shift can hold more than one employee.

            I've created an employee table and a work_day table that holds the date of the shift and 3 join tables for each shift of the day.



            Answered 2021-May-16 at 08:59

            As others mentioned in the comments, there is room for improvement regarding the DB design. However, this is how to create a view, just join all the tables where you need data from and select the fields you want:



            How to solve pandas issues with iterrows
            Asked 2021-Apr-21 at 21:11

            I was volunteered to help a rural library with some tasks they have. They want to send messages to their members. With the information they gave me, they would like to have the output I show later. They have the following .csv file (this is an example):



            Answered 2021-Apr-21 at 21:11

            I think this should do what you need. The thing to keep in mind is not to iterate over gb a second time inside the first loop. Rather, iterate a second time over fila.



            Align feature map with ego motion (problem of zooming ratio )
            Asked 2021-Apr-12 at 12:17

            I want to align the feature map using ego motion, as mentioned in the paper An LSTM Approach to Temporal 3D Object Detection in LiDAR Point Clouds

            I use VoxelNet as backbone, which will shrink the image for 8 times. The size of my voxel is 0.1m x 0.1m x 0.2m(height)

            So given an input bird-eye-view image size of 1408 x 1024,

            the extracted feature map size would be 176 x 128, shrunk for 8 times.

            The ego translation of the car between the "images"(point clouds actually) is 1 meter in both x and y direction. Am I right to adjust the feature map for 1.25 pixels?



            Answered 2021-Apr-12 at 12:17

            It's caused by the function torch.nn.functional.affine_grid I used.

            I didn't fully understand this function before I use it.

            These vivid images would be very helpful on showing what this function actually do(with comparison to the affine transformations in Numpy.



            3D Object Position Estimation Relative to Fix Points Using Two Non-static Cameras
            Asked 2021-Apr-09 at 15:08

            I am trying to estimate the motion of an object (marker M) in 3D with the help of 2 non-static cameras (See attached Figure). Apart from the moving marker, M , there are 4 static co-planar markers as well in the scene (m1, m2, m3 and m4). Absolute distance (in centimeters) between static markers is known.

            The two cameras can move around, but are fixed relative to each other. The cameras take images of the scene simultaneously. I can detect all the markers (static as well as mobile) in 2D images from both the cameras.

            The goal is to calculate the motion of M in 3D across frames. One way to do this is to assume m1 as origin (0,0,0) of the world coordinate system, and find 3D position of M (x,y,z) across two frames, and then find the distance between these two positions.

            Hence, the problem resolves to calculating position of M wrt to m1 in 3D, across frames. This means that ego-motion (motion due to camera) across frames should have no effect on the position of M as it is relative to m1, which is origin.

            I am looking for someone to guide me towards the right direction to solve this problem using OpenCV.



            Answered 2021-Apr-09 at 15:08

            What I would try is the following:

            1. Estimate the pose of both cameras. Since you have the image positions of the markers, and their 3d position, you can do this using PnP.
            2. Triangulate the position of M using the estimated camera positions.

            The coordinate frame will be decided by the 3d positions of the markers, so m1 will be your origin.

            This requires that

            1. At least three markers are visible in each camera image
            2. M is visible in both camera images
            3. Your cameras are calibrated

            You should be able to find the OpenCV functions that perform the two steps above.



            R ggraph: Decrease distance between nodes
            Asked 2021-Apr-07 at 17:42

            I'm creating a sample ego network plot, but I'd like the nodes to be closer together, specifically, the alter nodes closer to the ego node. My code:



            Answered 2021-Apr-07 at 17:42

            I was able to shorten the distance by changing the x and y axis limits:



            ggraph use fill and color in geom_node_point
            Asked 2021-Apr-05 at 08:30

            I'm trying to make a sample ego network plot, but coloring the nodes using "fill" isn't working for me. This may be a trivial issue, but I can't figure out the problem. This is my code:



            Answered 2021-Apr-05 at 08:30


            With the input of tjebo (Many thanks!) the solution for ("...and to have a black outline around each node") could be:

            • Change this line

            geom_node_point(aes(fill = factor(label)), size = 7, color = "black") +

            • to

            geom_node_point(aes(fill = factor(label)), shape = 21, size = 7, color = "black") +


            First try

            Change: geom_node_point(aes(fill = factor(label)), size = 7, color = "black") + to geom_node_point(aes(color = factor(label)), size = 7) +



            Trying to build React Component that can iterate over a nested data structure and produce styled HTML elements based on type
            Asked 2021-Mar-03 at 19:54

            I have a nested data structure I'm getting back from an API that contains sections of text as objects inside of an array.

            I'm trying to iterate over the initial array of sections, check to see what type the section is, and then based on the type iterate over the copy array to style and render each string as the appropriate HTML element.

            The problem I'm running into is that I'm trying to accomplish this by using map and then a switch statement and then another map for each copy section and nothing is rendering.

            Here's a CodeSandbox I created as a mock up of the problem

            This is my current component:



            Answered 2021-Mar-03 at 16:48

            Replace "text" with the copy array and map the content to p tags similar to what you did on the body tag


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            Install ego

            Through the above script, you can download the protoc tools, EGO protoc plugin and egoctl.
            /usr/local/bin/egoctl EGO Cli
            /usr/local/bin/protoc Generate Pb tool
            /usr/local/bin/protoc-gen-go Generate Pb tool
            /usr/local/bin/protoc-gen-go-grpc Generate gRPC tool
            /usr/local/bin/protoc-gen-go-errors Generate error code tool
            /usr/local/bin/protoc-gen-openapiv2 Generate HTTP tool
            /usr/local/bin/protoc-gen-go-http Generate HTTP tool


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