kandi X-RAY | forester Summary
kandi X-RAY | forester Summary
forester is a collection of open source libraries of Java and Ruby software for phylogenomics and evolutionary biology research
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Prints information about the program
- Calculates the independent domain combination statistics
- Calculate the genetic code
- Writes a list of species and IDs to a writer
- Test program
- Execute analysis
- Writes the orthologization groups
- Print command line help
- Parses the input file
- Prints information about a program
- Main entry point
- Main entry point for the program
- Prints information about Phylomer
- Prints the main table
- Test program entry point
- Prints the FASTA_seq_seq_sequence_seqs_FILE_FILE_FILE_FILE_FILE_FILE_FILE_FILE
- Initialize the tools menu
- Key pressed events
- Demonstrates how to test the fast sequence
- Main method for testing only
- Obtains the chart panel
- Main method for testing
- Calculate the genome
- The main method
- Prints information about Forester
- Build the options menu
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forester Examples and Code Snippets
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I have an equipment bookings register/calendar system that I am currently working on using Laravel.
Equipment can be booked out directly to staff as needed or scheduled for future dates. For example Laptop 1 might have three bookings but the laptop can only be booked out to one person at a time.
The system is up and running and the user can search for current/scheduled bookings. But I am having trouble allowing the user to search for the staff name as I need to split the query up.
As you can see I am first getting all of the devices from lines 7-14.
Then I am appending all of the bookings from each device to the $bookings collection in a new key called “available bookings”.
I am wondering how I can search the available bookings key for the staff_name field as I have already returned the eloquent queries as collections....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-27 at 13:04
Hopefully, this might help you out.
In your Device model class file add relation.
My test schema, data, and query: https://www.db-fiddle.com/f/apQXP7MGfDKPHVw6ucmuNv/1
My query should select only the cars that match ALL of the IN () part features, and NONE of the NOT IN (), and it should only select each matching car once.
In my sample data, when I run the query, I expect to see a single row with two columns, containing the id and name of the only car that matches the list of features in the IN () part of the where clause without matching the list of features in the NOT IN () part of the where clause:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-07 at 14:13
If you want one row per car you need aggregation. I think what you want is:
I am using the below code to crawl through multiple links on a page and grab a list of data from each corresponding link:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-18 at 18:00
For you just kind information, dictionaries key must be unique in python. So the output you are expecting that is not possible.
Suggestion: You can store data in below way:
Let's say I have a pandas dataframe that looks like the following:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-15 at 23:33
This is not duplicated, I'm really trying to do this but I can't.
I have this log file and I want to archive all the information into database....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-05 at 02:00
To fix yours replace
My data set looks like this. Each row represents a car. Each car is located at an
Auto Center, has a
Make, and a bunch of other attributes. This is a simplified version of the data frame. Extraneous rows and columns have been omitted for clarity.
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Dec-17 at 22:59
IIUC, you can do it with the following two steps:
First groupby all columns you want to count on the occurences:
I'm working on a chart similar to a slopegraph, where I'd like to put labels along one or both sides with ample blank space to fit them on both sides. In cases where labels are very long, I've wrapped them using
stringr::str_wrap to place linebreaks. To keep labels from overlapping, I'm using
direction = "y" so the x-positions are stable but the y-positions are repelled away from one another. I've also got
hjust = "outward" to align the left-side text at its right end and vice versa.
However, it seems that the repel positioning places the label's bounding box with an
hjust = "outward", but the text within that label has
hjust = 0.5, i.e. text is centered within its bounds. Until now, I'd never noticed this, but with wrapped labels, the second line is awkwardly centered, whereas I'd expect to see both lines left-aligned or right-aligned.
Here's an example built off the
ANSWERAnswered 2019-May-07 at 20:09
TL;DR: probably a bug
I think it might be a bug in the code. I checked the gtable of the plot you made, wherein the
hjust was specified numerically and correctly:
I'm working on this page where I have a container with 2 paragraphs. Between those 2 paragraphs I want (only on small screens) to show a quote in a div that has a full screen-width, however due to the container I can't seem to get it full width small screen view.
I know it's possible to make multiple containers, but that's not what I want, since it has to look like THIS on middle and large screens (2 columns). As you can see the quote is also only on the small screens. Any way to fix this? This is my code
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Oct-25 at 15:35
I've found a way to fix it that works. Actually it wasn't that hard at all. I just deleted the padding on the container and added px-3 to the two paragraphs. This way the quote could be full-width and I keep my layout the way I want it. Thank you all for thinking with me.
Given C cars (number not given), input two strings, Make and Model, two integers, Year and Mileage for each car. (Using stringTokenizer to help input)
Store the C cars in a two different ArrayLists. One is sorted by Make, and the other isn't.
They will be printed at different ends of the GUI window.
Problem: All I can achieve at the moment is getting the very first line of the file to print onto the GUI. I tried messing with the location of the
leftSide.append(unsortedList.get(i).toString() + "\n"); and its right counterpart, but to no avail. I'm unsure if it's an issue with the readFile method, issues with implementing the JFrame, or an inefficient for-loop in charge of iterating through the appending of the arrayLists to the StringBuilders.
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Mar-17 at 05:03
You are reading file just for one line. The line reading code is not in your loop, and you close your scanner within your first iteration. Fix it like this.
I have five tables,their relationships were listed in pictures. I would like to write a query to display the first name, last name, street, city, state, and zip code of any customer who purchased a Foresters Best brand top coat between July 15, 2013, and July 31, 2013. If a customer purchased more than one such product, display the customer’s information only once in the output. Sort the output by state, last name, and then first name.
I am OK with query with only one conditions, but for this multiple(Maybe indented?) conditions, I am totally stuck. I can analyze the structure like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Mar-09 at 01:38
It's hard to be certain without sample data, but something like this should work:
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You can use forester 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 forester 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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