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I am working on a scanner with Nmap. I am expanding this scanner with NSE scripts.
I have a script that runs 'Nuclei', using Nmap. This script is made and used by someone else, and it has worked before. However, when I run it now, I get the error:
sh: 1: nuclei: not found.
Nuclei is (of course) installed on the system, and it works as root and normal user. It looks like Nmap doesn't have access to Nuclei, but how to fix?
The NSE script:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-22 at 11:18
The solution was quite simple: Install nmap using apt, instead of snap did the job.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-17 at 05:13
You can try via
Let's say I have two DataFrames (Samples and Controls) as follows:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-16 at 16:31
Iterate through the column names for
df1_sample, and use the column name to get
df1_Control[col], which assumes both dataframes have the same column names, as shown in the OP.
for c1, c2 in zip(df1_Sample.columns[:-1], df1_Control.columns[:-1]):with
df1_Control[c2]if the column names are not the same, however the columns of both dataframes need to be ordered.
For each column pair, to plot the histogram for each compound separately, it will be easier to combine the data into a long dataframe, and then plot with
I am using this borrowed code to automatically count DAPI stained nuclei....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-25 at 05:42
I thought MATLAB's
imfindcircles might be useful here. It overcounts #14, but seems to do better than what you have right now.
I am using PanNuke: An Open Pan-Cancer Histology Dataset for Nuclei Instance Segmentation and Classification
Here I have found
masks.npy, an array of approximately 10 GB, shape (2656, 256, 256, 6). Now I want to explore it to look inside data. How can I do this?
Here is the code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-11 at 02:33
Since you are new in python, the first procedure is understand your dataset. For this multidimentional array 2656 is the number of records in the array (2656 mesurements). 256 and 256 Are two dimensions to draw the image (like numerical values for pixels in some squared picture). And the last dimension: 6, defines nuclei classification: Epithelial, Inflam, Malignat, Necrotic, Str, Non-nuclei.
There is more than one way to have the insights for this dataset (numerical and graphical), to learn how to deal with biomedical images you could try this: https://learn.datacamp.com/courses/biomedical-image-analysis-in-python
There are 16 invalid values in the dataset. How can I detect and delete rows with these invalid values? Does it make more sense to mean or mode rather than delete the row of data?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-05 at 22:03
Let's say you want to remove all rows with 'Cell-Size' below zero. This will do that:
I am writing a program to simulate radioactive decay. I am using a class with a
decay_sim method which generates a 2D
numpy array with ones (not decayed) and zeros (decayed) called
self.nuclei. It is a pseudo-random process, so the array is different each time. I then use a
visual method to plot this array as a colour grid using
This is an example of the
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-17 at 18:58
In a SLURM cluster I am submitting a shell script that calls a python script (both scripts can be found below. When the shell script executes it get until where the python script is called but then nothing happens: there is no output, no error message and the SLURM job keeps running.
I assume the entire contents of the python script are not relevant (but I included it anyway for completion). For debugging purposes I inserted the
print("script started") line at the very beginning to see if it gets run but it doesn't. The last thing I see in the output is
moved to directory.
I tried calling a
test.py script containing
print("test")right before this and it gets executed normally.
What could be the reason the python script doesn't start and how can I fix it?
Edit: As user jakub recommended changing
print("script started", flush=True)successfully gets printed. Including several more of these statements revealed that the script was actually running perfectly fine, it just didn't output anything. Including the same statement within the for loop that gets constantly executed also makes all
print() statements previously missing get printed.
The question then turns into: why do the
print() statements here need to have
flush=True in this script but not in other scripts?
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-15 at 12:34
Python buffers stdin, stdout, and stderr by default.
print() writes to
stdout by default, so you will see this buffered behavior.
Python opens the stdin, -out and -error streams in a buffered mode; it'll read or write in larger chunks, keeping data in memory until a threshold is reached.
You can forcibly flush this buffer by passing
flush=True in the last one.
The libraries I'm using are:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-13 at 17:53
Here is a script to clean the column. Note you may want to add more words to the stopword set to meet your requirements.
Two entities with a onetoone relation First one is a table Second one is a view
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-26 at 13:32
Axiom: Everything is difficult until you understand it.
Our first need is to understand how this works. In PHP,
protected means they will not be available outside the object's scope. Twig tries to access them from outside the object scope, which causes the problem.
In other words: What your Twig attempts to use is not available to it.
Yet, I'm sure you have seen Twig seemingly using
protected members, so your empiric evidence seemingly contradicts to the theory I have outlined. But only seemingly. You understand what the problem is, but at this point you don't yet understand how those keywords can be used.
The documentation is clear about it, when it explains that when foo.bar is being used, if bar is not a member of foo, then it eventually checks for foo.getBar(), a getter. So, you will need to implement
getStatistiche and operate similarly for its members. I did not use Twig for a while, but if memory serves me well, for
totale_conferimenti you will need
EDIT (Jakumi's helpful comment):
you're about 90% right. Symfony usually assumes camel case and in that case your assumed getter name would be correct. the error message states the expected getter name though. also additional handy information: dump's output has a - prepended to every private/inaccessible property and + prepended for every public property. The diagnosis however is a 100% correct, missing getter for an "inaccessible" property and no possible fallback.
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