kandi X-RAY | mycore Summary
kandi X-RAY | mycore Summary
MyCoRe (acronym for My Content Repository) is an open source repository software framework for building disciplinary or institutional repositories, digital archives, digital libraries, and scientific journals.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Provides a buffered image
- Read a tile from the iview file
- Create a tile info object from its identifier
- Opens a file system
- Start local threads
- Get the size of this queue
- Creates an MCR job action
- Filter the guest response
- Process the incoming request
- This method will trigger the MCR image
- Rollback all operations for the given event type
- Returns a single classification object
- Checks the tile of a specific derivate
- Download file from epub
- Creates a map of supported resolver mappings
- Returns the common query parameters
- List all objects in this repository
- Get the personal navigation
- Runs the MCR job
- This method reads the document from a DOM element
- Updates the mets xml file
- Starts local profiling
- Evaluate EJson
- Gets IView2 file
- Converts the manifest to MIFIF format
- This method will handle a GET request
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I am sort of puzzled with the outcome of the code here below. The data frame I called aux (the data) contains a factor and a quantitative variable. I want to plot mean values of the quantitative variable according to levels of the factor.
The code creates also a second data frame containing those grouped mean values.
Then there are two plots. The first one is fine by me: it plots the right values in two different ways, that is using stat_summary() on the original aux data frame or geom_point() on the aux.grouped data frame.
However, when I try to plot the log10 values of the quantitative variable, stat_summary() does not plot what I would have expected. I get that the use of log10 under aes on the ggplot mapping line may at the origin of this issue. What I do not get is what is stat_summary() plotting instead and why does not it plot, if it comes to an unmatched mapping issue, the non-log10 values instead.
Thanks a lot for your help.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-04 at 14:14
I think this answers your question.
In the docs, it says that context filtering only comes into effect "when using
BlendedInfixLookupFactory, when backed by a
However, I have found that the context filtering is applied when a
FileDictionaryFactory is used. This doesn't work, as there are no documents for the context filter to be applied to.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-03 at 10:50
I already faced this issue in the past, it appears that when
suggest.cfq is present in the request, context filtering will be applied for every (enabled) lookup implementations that supports it (AnalyzingInfix and BlendedInfix).
It seems there is no other solution than switching to another lookup impl. than these 2 for the dictionary which you don't want to apply context filtering.
For example you can try to use the
FuzzyLookupFactory for the "location" suggester and the context filter won't be applied.
NB: this is a workaround, as it's not possible to get infix matches with FuzzyLookup or AnalyzingLookup implementations (only the whole prefix from the input token(s) is taken into account).
If you really need infix matches for both suggesters, it's likely you will have to make 2 parallel requests before merging the suggestions :/.
Is there a convenient function to get a hypercore's discovery key from its public key?
I know I can use
myCore.discoveryKey in hypersdk
But if you just had a key as a hex string (e.g. "778f8d955175c92e4ced5e4f5563f69bfec0c86cc6f670352c457943666fe639"), how would you get the discovery key?
Is there a convenience function in one of the hypercore-protocol modules?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-24 at 10:22
I used the
I try to generate a framework from a podspec using cocoapods-packager:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-25 at 07:09
Solved by modifying the local cocoapods-packager source ruby code. Modified .rb file's path:
/Library/Ruby/Gems/2.6.0/gems/cocoapods-packager-1.5.0/lib/cocoapods-packager/pod_utils.rb (path may be different /Users/USER/.rvm/gems/ruby-2.6.3/gems/cocoapods-packager-1.5.0/lib/cocoapods-packager/pod_utils.rb)
I have this code...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-14 at 04:39
I think adding an
if check for your code should work.
Can somebody clarify how SubModule works in azure devops
MyDevOps Root Folder
I have a Solution called MyCore.sln containing 4-5 projects
I have my Main Solution called MyMain.sln containing another 4-5 projects project referencing MyCore.sln projects
It all compiles and works locally but fails when building in azure devops
Gone into MyMain.sln folder in powershell and executed as follows
executed as follows git submodule add https://myGroup@dev.azure.com/MyGroup/MyProjec/_git/MyCore
- I can now see a folder inside my Main Repo called MyCore with projects inside and I start reference them
I can see .gitmodules file
However when I go and build the pipeline it cannot find the projects that are referenced (belonging to myCore repo)
Am I missing the obvious?
Are there any comprehensive instructions on how to setup submodules in azure devops?
Can I visualize this anywhere?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-01 at 14:30
I'm trying a super-simple
.combine task to read a folder of
Rds files and
rbind them into one:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-20 at 20:11
You can remove the
.combine to get a list and then use
It will probably be more efficient as well.
I'm running Solr in Docker. I need to add some custom fields into schema. That would usually be done by the command similar to this one:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-13 at 19:37
Okay I figured out how to do this.
I created schema.xml from default one And added field into it. Then I've copied this file to the container, and in the command I've copied my schema.xml into my core's conf folder.
That did the job.
I need to create docker container with Solr that has custom configuration created. In order to create that config when installed not in docker container I need to do the following:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-14 at 05:28
You can add your commands to your docker compose file ( https://docs.docker.com/compose/compose-file/#command)
I have written a powershell cmdlet that utilizes some DLLs using C# WebsocketSharp and Newtonsoft JSON specifically.
It is supposed to send a string of json to a websocket server and then return the reply into a Out-File, or to be used as a variable in another context i.e.
$varWithReply = Send-Cmd("ws://websocket-server.com/","mycommand")
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jul-28 at 15:22
So... looks like I made a C# rookie mistake. Thanks @H.G. Sandhagen for pointing in the right direction with your comment.
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You can use mycore like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the mycore component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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