kandi X-RAY | democratic Summary
kandi X-RAY | democratic Summary
Golang skeleton for GraphQL API with Echo framework.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Main entry point
- Init config file
- Query executes the GraphQL query
- GetUserByID gets user by ID
- GetConfig returns a configuration object
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I have a long format df that has an amount column (absolute values) aggregated up to 3 different levels of date, country and group....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-10 at 22:02
If I understand correctly, you can do a
groupby and then
amount, and divide
amount by that:
I have created a
SimpleDialog in Flutter which shows all the list of country codes. Now I want some margin among all these items. Right now, these are tightly packed to each other.
This is how it looks: ]
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-22 at 12:01
Wrap your country code widget with Padding widget and add some padding to it, or with Container widget and add some padding/margin to it, like this:
I am trying to make predicitions with my LDA model. But when i pass a string to it it gives an error about mismatching input features. Now my question is how can i make my model accept any input and still predict the right topic. Right now it takes 54777 as input.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-16 at 07:45
There are three issues with this code snippet.
min_dfshould be both
- Issue-2: At the prediction time you have to use the same
- Issue-3: At the prediction time you have to use
transformmethod, not the
Here is an example code that will help you:
I have a very large and messy dataset containing both country names and regions in a column named 'country.' I need to eliminate the regions, but leave the countries. Fortunately, the regions are written in all uppercase letters, so they can be distinguished from the countries, which only have one uppercase letter at the beginning.
How can I remove rows with
data$country entries as entirely uppercase letters?
Here is an example of my dataset:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-16 at 02:43
grepl and take a subset:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-09 at 23:58
I figured it out! Randomly placing voters in each district is not correct, and honestly it was pretty silly of me to do so. Instead, I had to use
dplyr to create a data frame with the number of Democrat and Republican votes in each of the 435 House districts, one district per row. Then, I followed the advice on page 12 of this paper. I created samples of 18 districts sampled from this 435-row data frame, rejecting them if the mean vote share was more than 1 percent away from that of PA. The results have a much nicer 95% confidence interval, that matches the results of the original article.
I'm doing sentiment analysis on a large corpus of text. I'm using the bing lexicon in tidytext to get simple binary pos/neg classifications, but want to calculate the ratios of positive to total (positive & negative) words within a document. I'm rusty with dplyr workflows, but I want to count the number of words coded as "positive" and divide it by the total count of words classified with a sentiment.
I tried this approach, using sample code and stand-in data . . ....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-02 at 00:38
I don't understand what is the point of counting there if the columns are numeric. By the way, that is also why you are having the error.
One solution could be:
here is how my dataset looks like, I am trying to filter out country that the 4th column is >= 1000....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-01 at 00:47
Assuming that your Input_file's last field may have spaces in it. You can also check it by doing
cat -e Input_file it will show you where is line ending including hidden spaces at the line end. If this is the case then try following command.
I get multiple countries as an input that i have to split by space. If the country has multiple word it's declared between "". For example...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-27 at 21:54
Instead of matching what to split, match country names. You need to catch either letters, or letters and spaces between quotes. Match 1 or more letters -
|) match letters and spaces between quotes -
I've recently been teaching myself python and instead of diving right into courses I decided to think of some script ideas I could research and work through myself. The first I decided to make after seeing something similar referenced in a video was a web scraper to grab articles from sites, such as the New York Times. (I'd like to preface the post by stating that I understand some sites might have varying TOS regarding this and I want to make it clear I'm only doing this to learn the aspects of code and do not have any other motive -- I also have an account to NYT and have not done this on websites where I do not possess an account)
I've gained a bit of an understanding of the python required to perform this as well as began utilizing some BeautifulSoup commands and some of it works well! I've found the specific elements that refer to parts of the article in F12 inspect and am able to successfully grab just the text from these parts.
When it comes to the body of the article, however, the elements are set up in such a way that I'm having troubling grabbing all of the text and not bringing some tags along with it.
Where I'm at so far:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-12 at 05:45
Select the paragraphs more specific, while adding
p to your
css selector, than item is the paragraph and you can simply call
.text or if there is something to strip ->
I have created a script to modify a CSV file, but it does not work correctly:
awk -F, 'NR==1|does not print the header but the second row.
Even though there are only some columns specified in
while read V0 V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 V6 V7 V8 V9 V10 V14 V15 V16it prints out all columns of the csv.
Some sample data:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-01 at 20:11
Based on the current intent of your code, this is the modification I can suggest:
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