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confit | Java configuration management framework | Configuration Management library

 by   deephacks Java Version: Current License: Apache-2.0

 by   deephacks Java Version: Current License: Apache-2.0

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kandi X-RAY | confit Summary

confit is a Java library typically used in Devops, Configuration Management, React applications. confit has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub, Maven.
The mission of the project is to provide a simple (yet feature rich) and typesafe way to configure Java applications.
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  • confit has a low active ecosystem.
  • It has 12 star(s) with 4 fork(s). There are 3 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • confit has no issues reported. There are no pull requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of confit is current.
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  • confit has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
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  • confit is licensed under the Apache-2.0 License. This license is Permissive.
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  • confit releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
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  • It has 38620 lines of code, 3682 functions and 356 files.
  • It has medium code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.
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Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

kandi has reviewed confit and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into confit implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Set properties .
    • Transforms a value into a ConfigValue .
      • Creates a ConfigObject from the given name .
        • Populate a new bean based on schema properties .
          • Get the status of the event .
            • Merge two ConfigOrigin objects .
              • Validates marriage .
                • Parse a path expression .
                  • Compares two byte arrays .
                    • Deserialize a ConfigOrigin object .

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                      confit Key Features

                      Productivity and Simplicity Configuration should be uniform and practical to support developer productivity. Applications should be allowed to grow without changing how configuration is managed. Configuration is discovered automatically and can be reused in different runtime environments with good tooling support all through the deployment pipeline.

                      Predictability and Clarity Configuration is strongly-typed and express the intents and rules under which circumstances the application can promise correct behaviour. Violations are handled reliably and does not disturb application behaviour. Valid changes are applied and exposed to applications in a consistent way. Developers should feel confident and unburdened making their application (more) flexible through configuration.

                      Extendability and Portability As applications are developed in different shapes and sizes; configuration should enable, not limit, a diversity of platforms and technologies. Applications are supported with the flexibility to extend and customize a variety aspects locally and still be able to manage configuration in a central and unified way.

                      Performance and Scalability Configuration should not be a limiting factor to application performance. It is quickly accessible to be able to meet service-level agreements in environments of scale.

                      Examples

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                          <dependency>
                            <groupId>org.deephacks</groupId>
                            <artifactId>confit</artifactId>
                            <version>${version.confit}</version>
                          </dependency>
                      

                      Define

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                      @Config(name = "A")
                      public class A {
                        private String value;
                        private Integer integer;
                        private Double decimal;
                        private List<String> stringList;
                        private List<TimeUnit> enumList;
                        private List<URL> customList;
                        private DurationTime customType;
                        private B singleReference;
                      
                        private List<B> listReferences;
                        private Map<String, B> mapReferences;
                      }
                      

                      Read

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                      ConfigContext config = ConfigContext.get();
                      // get a singleton instance
                      A a = config.get(A.class);
                      // list all instances
                      Collection<B> list = config.list(B.class);
                      

                      Create

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                      AdminContext admin = AdminContext.get();
                      A a = new A();
                      // set some values on 'a' ...
                      
                      // create 'a'
                      admin.createObject(a);
                      
                      // we can now read configured values
                      a = config.get(A.class);
                      

                      Update

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                      // empty instance
                      A a = new A();
                      
                      // reset any previous field values instance 'a' may have
                      admin.setObject(a);
                      
                      a.setValue("someValue");
                      // will set field 'value' to 'someValue' and keep other fields untouched
                      admin.mergeObject(a);
                      
                      

                      Delete

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                      A a = new A();
                      admin.deleteObject(a);
                      

                      Default values

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                      @Config(name = "A")
                      public class A {
                        private Integer integer = 10;
                        private Double decimal = 10.0;
                        private List<String> stringList = Lists.newArrayList("a", "b", "c");
                      }
                      

                      References

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                      A a = new A();
                      B one = new B("1");
                      B two = new B("2");
                      B three = new B("3");
                      
                      a.setListReferences(one, two, three);
                      // create instance and references in a single operation
                      admin.createObjects(Arrays.asList(a, one, two, three));
                          
                      // merge 'a' list references to the single instance 'three'
                      a.setListReferences(three);
                      admin.mergeObject(a);
                      

                      Validation

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                      <dependency>
                        <groupId>org.hibernate</groupId>
                        <artifactId>hibernate-validator</artifactId>
                        <version>5.0.0.Final</version>
                        <scope>compile</scope>
                      </dependency>
                      

                      Custom field types

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                      public class DurationTime {
                        private int hours;
                        private int minutes;
                        private long seconds;
                        private String duration;
                            
                        public DurationTime(String duration) {
                          // like PT15H for a 15 hour period
                          this.duration = duration;
                        }
                            
                        public DurationTime(int hours, int minutes, int seconds) {
                          this.hours = hours;
                          this.minutes = minutes;
                          this.seconds = seconds;
                        }
                            
                        // other methods ...
                            
                        public String toString() {
                          return duration;
                        }
                      }
                      

                      Default configuration file

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                      # class A, singleton no instances defined.
                      A {
                        # string
                        value = someValue
                        # double
                        decimal = 1.243453
                        # custom DurationTime
                        customType = PT15H
                        # list of URL
                        customList = ["http://google.com", "http://github.com"]
                        
                        # references to instances of class B (below)
                        listReferences = [1, 2]
                        mapReferences = [2, 3]
                      }
                      
                      # singleton classes can use a simplified property=value format
                      A.value = someValue
                      A.customList = ["http://google.com", "http://github.com"]
                      A.listReferences = [1, 2]
                      
                      # class B, with instances.
                      B {
                      
                        # instance one
                        1 {
                          decimal = 12131.13312
                          # list of TimeUnit enum
                          enumList = [SECONDS, HOURS]
                        }
                        
                        # instance two
                        2 {
                          integer = 1234567
                        }
                        
                        # instance three
                        3 {
                          stringList = [abc, def, ghi, jkl]
                        }      
                      }
                      

                      Persistence using file, database or HBase.

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                        <dependency>
                          <groupId>org.deephacks</groupId>
                          <artifactId>confit-provider-yaml</artifactId>
                        </dependency>
                      

                      Configuration queries, caching and lazy fetching

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                      <dependency>
                        <groupId>org.deephacks</groupId>
                        <artifactId>confit-provider-cached</artifactId>
                        <version>${version.confit}</version>
                      </dependency>
                      

                      Administrative queries and pagination

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                      BeanQuery query = admin.newQuery("Employee")
                                               .add(lessThan("salary", 10000.0))
                                               .add(contains("email", "gmail"))
                                               .setMaxResults(50)
                      // first page
                      BeanQueryResult result = query.retrieve();
                          
                      // page forward by using same query and next first result of first page
                      BeanQueryResult next = query.setFirstResult(result.nextFirstResult())
                                               .setMaxResults(50)
                                               .retrieve();
                      
                      

                      Notifications

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                      config.registerObserver(new Observer());
                      

                      Remote administration using REST

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                      // the client proxy implement AdminContext seamlessly
                      AdminContext admin = AdminContextJaxrsProxy.get("localhost", 8080);
                      
                      admin.createObject(new A());
                      admin.createObjects(Arrays.asList(new B("1"), new B("2")));
                      

                      CDI integration and @Inject

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                      public class Service {
                         @Inject
                         private ConfigContext config;
                         
                         @Inject
                         private A configuration;
                             
                         public void execute(String identifier) {
                              configuration.getValue();
                              Optional<B> optional = config.get(identifier, B.class);
                             // etc ...
                         }
                      
                      }
                      

                      R:approx(sp$y, sp$x, xout = cutoff) : need at least two non-NA values to interpolate

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                      library(onls)
                      #> Loading required package: minpack.lm
                      
                      # Data
                      x<-c(52.37,52.91,53.15,55.18,55.25,56.95,57.17,57.86,60.93,63.55,65.25,65.73,68.39,70.39,70.65,72.19,73.33,75.98,76.88,79.58,79.83,80.57,82.68,83.75,87.48,98.35,101.86,103.69,104.42,104.69,106.84,107.01,108.61,109.97,111.32,112.89,113.81,115.97,119.46,120.24,120.40,145.92,145.90,153.39,167.93,171.33,172.33,195.90,209.02,226.68,244.34,291.43,328.42,360.37,457.47,576.96,749.65)
                      y<-c(218500,238600,395300,144900,526900,305100,229000,291600,327800,149200,239200,1500600,150400,222500,470800,347600,356400,375400,325100,151400,395800,367900,597000,391500,479700,349900,445200,521400,505400,573700,529700,317400,379700,829500,514900,706500,877400,500800,633800,529900,738800,917300,853700,734200,587700,991900,1324300,767200,1254300,902900,966300,2615300,1183600,1842500,2455700,4384800,5117400)
                      
                      # Code
                      DAT <- data.frame(x, y)
                      
                      # 1st fit: with the full data set DAT
                      model1 <- onls(y ~ a * x ^ b, data = DAT, start = list(a = 1,b = 1))
                      #> Obtaining starting parameters from ordinary NLS...
                      #>   Passed...
                      #>  Relative error in the sum of squares is at most `ftol'. 
                      #> Optimizing orthogonal NLS...
                      #>   Passed... Relative error in the sum of squares is at most `ftol'.
                      o <- check_o(model1)$Ortho
                      
                      # 2nd fit: with the orthogonal points only
                      model2 <- onls(y ~ a * x ^ b, data = DAT[o,], start = list(a = 1,b = 1))
                      #> Obtaining starting parameters from ordinary NLS...
                      #>   Passed...
                      #>  Relative error in the sum of squares is at most `ftol'. 
                      #> Optimizing orthogonal NLS...
                      #>   Passed... Relative error in the sum of squares is at most `ftol'.
                      confint(model2, level = 0.95)
                      #> Waiting for profiling to be done...
                      #>          2.5%       97.5%
                      #> a 2378.957049 4012.371390
                      #> b    1.079456    1.180696
                      
                      library(onls)
                      #> Loading required package: minpack.lm
                      
                      # Data
                      x<-c(52.37,52.91,53.15,55.18,55.25,56.95,57.17,57.86,60.93,63.55,65.25,65.73,68.39,70.39,70.65,72.19,73.33,75.98,76.88,79.58,79.83,80.57,82.68,83.75,87.48,98.35,101.86,103.69,104.42,104.69,106.84,107.01,108.61,109.97,111.32,112.89,113.81,115.97,119.46,120.24,120.40,145.92,145.90,153.39,167.93,171.33,172.33,195.90,209.02,226.68,244.34,291.43,328.42,360.37,457.47,576.96,749.65)
                      y<-c(218500,238600,395300,144900,526900,305100,229000,291600,327800,149200,239200,1500600,150400,222500,470800,347600,356400,375400,325100,151400,395800,367900,597000,391500,479700,349900,445200,521400,505400,573700,529700,317400,379700,829500,514900,706500,877400,500800,633800,529900,738800,917300,853700,734200,587700,991900,1324300,767200,1254300,902900,966300,2615300,1183600,1842500,2455700,4384800,5117400)
                      
                      # Code
                      DAT <- data.frame(x, y)
                      
                      # 1st fit: with the full data set DAT
                      model1 <- onls(y ~ a * x ^ b, data = DAT, start = list(a = 1,b = 1))
                      #> Obtaining starting parameters from ordinary NLS...
                      #>   Passed...
                      #>  Relative error in the sum of squares is at most `ftol'. 
                      #> Optimizing orthogonal NLS...
                      #>   Passed... Relative error in the sum of squares is at most `ftol'.
                      o <- check_o(model1)$Ortho
                      
                      # 2nd fit: with the orthogonal points only
                      model2 <- onls(y ~ a * x ^ b, data = DAT[o,], start = list(a = 1,b = 1))
                      #> Obtaining starting parameters from ordinary NLS...
                      #>   Passed...
                      #>  Relative error in the sum of squares is at most `ftol'. 
                      #> Optimizing orthogonal NLS...
                      #>   Passed... Relative error in the sum of squares is at most `ftol'.
                      confint(model2, level = 0.95)
                      #> Waiting for profiling to be done...
                      #>          2.5%       97.5%
                      #> a 2378.957049 4012.371390
                      #> b    1.079456    1.180696
                      

                      Import class into another file's class to print in a textbox?

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                      import sqlite3
                      
                      class Print:
                          def __init__(self, textbox):  # added textbox argument
                      
                              self.conn = sqlite3.connect('...')
                              self.cursor = self.conn.cursor()
                      
                              self.cursor.execute('SELECT x, y FROM "Table"')
                              self.element = self.cursor.fetchone()
                      
                              self.cursor.execute("SELECT day FROM quantity")
                              self.day = self.cursor.fetchone()
                      
                              #condition to print text in the textbox of the main.py file
                              if (self.day and self.day[0] == "Monday") and (self.element and self.element[0] >= self.element[1]):
                                  textbox.insert("end", "ok")
                              else:
                                  textbox.insert("end", "no")
                      
                      import tkinter as tk
                      from Folder.Folder2 import second
                      
                      class Home:
                          def __init__(self, master):
                      
                              #i want to print the output here
                              self.textobox = tk.Text(master, width=33, height=10, font=('helvetic', 12))
                              self.textobox.place(x=30, y=40)
                      
                              self.button = tk.Button(master, text="Ok", command= lambda: [one_function(), two_function()])
                              self.button.pack()
                      
                              k = second.Print(self.textobox) # pass self.textobox to Print class
                      
                      main = tk.Tk()
                      main.geometry("400x300")
                      my_gui = Home(main)
                      main.mainloop()
                      
                      from tkinter import *
                      import tkinter as tk
                      
                      import tkinter as tk
                      from Folder.Folder2 import second
                      
                      class Home(tk.Frame):
                          def __init__(self, master, **kw):
                              super().__init__(master, **kw)
                      
                              #i want to print the output here
                              self.textobox = tk.Text(self, width=33, height=10, font=('helvetic', 12))
                              self.textobox.place(x=30, y=40)
                      
                              self.button = tk.Button(self, text="Ok", command= lambda: [one_function(), two_function()])
                              self.button.pack()
                      
                              k = second.Print(self.textobox)
                      
                      main = tk.Tk()
                      main.geometry("400x300")
                      my_gui = Home(main)
                      my_gui.pack(fill="both", expand=1)
                      main.mainloop()
                      
                      import sqlite3
                      
                      class Print:
                          def __init__(self, textbox):  # added textbox argument
                      
                              self.conn = sqlite3.connect('...')
                              self.cursor = self.conn.cursor()
                      
                              self.cursor.execute('SELECT x, y FROM "Table"')
                              self.element = self.cursor.fetchone()
                      
                              self.cursor.execute("SELECT day FROM quantity")
                              self.day = self.cursor.fetchone()
                      
                              #condition to print text in the textbox of the main.py file
                              if (self.day and self.day[0] == "Monday") and (self.element and self.element[0] >= self.element[1]):
                                  textbox.insert("end", "ok")
                              else:
                                  textbox.insert("end", "no")
                      
                      import tkinter as tk
                      from Folder.Folder2 import second
                      
                      class Home:
                          def __init__(self, master):
                      
                              #i want to print the output here
                              self.textobox = tk.Text(master, width=33, height=10, font=('helvetic', 12))
                              self.textobox.place(x=30, y=40)
                      
                              self.button = tk.Button(master, text="Ok", command= lambda: [one_function(), two_function()])
                              self.button.pack()
                      
                              k = second.Print(self.textobox) # pass self.textobox to Print class
                      
                      main = tk.Tk()
                      main.geometry("400x300")
                      my_gui = Home(main)
                      main.mainloop()
                      
                      from tkinter import *
                      import tkinter as tk
                      
                      import tkinter as tk
                      from Folder.Folder2 import second
                      
                      class Home(tk.Frame):
                          def __init__(self, master, **kw):
                              super().__init__(master, **kw)
                      
                              #i want to print the output here
                              self.textobox = tk.Text(self, width=33, height=10, font=('helvetic', 12))
                              self.textobox.place(x=30, y=40)
                      
                              self.button = tk.Button(self, text="Ok", command= lambda: [one_function(), two_function()])
                              self.button.pack()
                      
                              k = second.Print(self.textobox)
                      
                      main = tk.Tk()
                      main.geometry("400x300")
                      my_gui = Home(main)
                      my_gui.pack(fill="both", expand=1)
                      main.mainloop()
                      
                      import sqlite3
                      
                      class Print:
                          def __init__(self, textbox):  # added textbox argument
                      
                              self.conn = sqlite3.connect('...')
                              self.cursor = self.conn.cursor()
                      
                              self.cursor.execute('SELECT x, y FROM "Table"')
                              self.element = self.cursor.fetchone()
                      
                              self.cursor.execute("SELECT day FROM quantity")
                              self.day = self.cursor.fetchone()
                      
                              #condition to print text in the textbox of the main.py file
                              if (self.day and self.day[0] == "Monday") and (self.element and self.element[0] >= self.element[1]):
                                  textbox.insert("end", "ok")
                              else:
                                  textbox.insert("end", "no")
                      
                      import tkinter as tk
                      from Folder.Folder2 import second
                      
                      class Home:
                          def __init__(self, master):
                      
                              #i want to print the output here
                              self.textobox = tk.Text(master, width=33, height=10, font=('helvetic', 12))
                              self.textobox.place(x=30, y=40)
                      
                              self.button = tk.Button(master, text="Ok", command= lambda: [one_function(), two_function()])
                              self.button.pack()
                      
                              k = second.Print(self.textobox) # pass self.textobox to Print class
                      
                      main = tk.Tk()
                      main.geometry("400x300")
                      my_gui = Home(main)
                      main.mainloop()
                      
                      from tkinter import *
                      import tkinter as tk
                      
                      import tkinter as tk
                      from Folder.Folder2 import second
                      
                      class Home(tk.Frame):
                          def __init__(self, master, **kw):
                              super().__init__(master, **kw)
                      
                              #i want to print the output here
                              self.textobox = tk.Text(self, width=33, height=10, font=('helvetic', 12))
                              self.textobox.place(x=30, y=40)
                      
                              self.button = tk.Button(self, text="Ok", command= lambda: [one_function(), two_function()])
                              self.button.pack()
                      
                              k = second.Print(self.textobox)
                      
                      main = tk.Tk()
                      main.geometry("400x300")
                      my_gui = Home(main)
                      my_gui.pack(fill="both", expand=1)
                      main.mainloop()
                      
                      import sqlite3
                      
                      class Print:
                          def __init__(self, textbox):  # added textbox argument
                      
                              self.conn = sqlite3.connect('...')
                              self.cursor = self.conn.cursor()
                      
                              self.cursor.execute('SELECT x, y FROM "Table"')
                              self.element = self.cursor.fetchone()
                      
                              self.cursor.execute("SELECT day FROM quantity")
                              self.day = self.cursor.fetchone()
                      
                              #condition to print text in the textbox of the main.py file
                              if (self.day and self.day[0] == "Monday") and (self.element and self.element[0] >= self.element[1]):
                                  textbox.insert("end", "ok")
                              else:
                                  textbox.insert("end", "no")
                      
                      import tkinter as tk
                      from Folder.Folder2 import second
                      
                      class Home:
                          def __init__(self, master):
                      
                              #i want to print the output here
                              self.textobox = tk.Text(master, width=33, height=10, font=('helvetic', 12))
                              self.textobox.place(x=30, y=40)
                      
                              self.button = tk.Button(master, text="Ok", command= lambda: [one_function(), two_function()])
                              self.button.pack()
                      
                              k = second.Print(self.textobox) # pass self.textobox to Print class
                      
                      main = tk.Tk()
                      main.geometry("400x300")
                      my_gui = Home(main)
                      main.mainloop()
                      
                      from tkinter import *
                      import tkinter as tk
                      
                      import tkinter as tk
                      from Folder.Folder2 import second
                      
                      class Home(tk.Frame):
                          def __init__(self, master, **kw):
                              super().__init__(master, **kw)
                      
                              #i want to print the output here
                              self.textobox = tk.Text(self, width=33, height=10, font=('helvetic', 12))
                              self.textobox.place(x=30, y=40)
                      
                              self.button = tk.Button(self, text="Ok", command= lambda: [one_function(), two_function()])
                              self.button.pack()
                      
                              k = second.Print(self.textobox)
                      
                      main = tk.Tk()
                      main.geometry("400x300")
                      my_gui = Home(main)
                      my_gui.pack(fill="both", expand=1)
                      main.mainloop()
                      

                      Global condition on multiple withColumn + when instruction on Spark dataframe

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                      def whenCondIs(n: Int)(condition: Column, value: Any): Column =
                        when(condition && $"cond" === n, value)
                      
                      def whenOne(condition: Column, value: Any): Column  = 
                        whenCondIs(1)(condition, value)
                      
                      df.withColumn("New", whenOne($"chaine" === "TF1", "YES2!"))
                        .withColumn("New2", whenOne($"chaine" === "TF1", "YES2!"))
                      
                      def whenCondIs(n: Int)(condition: Column, value: Any): Column =
                        when(condition && $"cond" === n, value)
                      
                      def whenOne(condition: Column, value: Any): Column  = 
                        whenCondIs(1)(condition, value)
                      
                      df.withColumn("New", whenOne($"chaine" === "TF1", "YES2!"))
                        .withColumn("New2", whenOne($"chaine" === "TF1", "YES2!"))
                      
                      val newCols = Seq(
                        ("New", "chaine='TF1'", "YES!"),
                        ("New2", "chaine='TF1'", "YES2!"),
                        ("New3", "chaine='TF1'", "YES3!"),
                        ("New4", "chaine='TF1'", "YES4!")
                      )
                      
                      val df1 = newCols.foldLeft(df)((acc, x) =>
                        acc.withColumn(x._1, when(expr(x._2) && col("cond")===1, lit(x._3)))
                      )
                      

                      Setting a custom directory for Confuse YAML Configuration Files

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                      import confuse
                      
                      
                      class MyConfiguration(confuse.Configuration):
                          def config_dir(self):
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                              name: "titi"
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                              name: "toto"
                            },
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                      QUESTION

                      R:approx(sp$y, sp$x, xout = cutoff) : need at least two non-NA values to interpolate

                      Asked 2022-Apr-01 at 11:57

                      I use the onls model package to calculate the orthogonal regression, use confit(model) to calculate the confidence interval of the equation coefficients, the sample size is 50. But it prompts an error:

                      Error in approx(sp$y, sp$x, xout = cutoff): need at least two non-NA
                      values to interpolate.
                      

                      I checked and there is no same x as the previous answer to this question, so what could be the reason? Or what else can I use to solve the confidence interval?

                      # Data
                      x<-c(52.37,52.91,53.15,55.18,55.25,56.95,57.17,57.86,60.93,63.55,65.25,65.73,68.39,70.39,70.65,72.19,73.33,75.98,76.88,79.58,79.83,80.57,82.68,83.75,87.48,98.35,101.86,103.69,104.42,104.69,106.84,107.01,108.61,109.97,111.32,112.89,113.81,115.97,119.46,120.24,120.40,145.92,145.90,153.39,167.93,171.33,172.33,195.90,209.02,226.68,244.34,291.43,328.42,360.37,457.47,576.96,749.65)
                      y<-c(218500,238600,395300,144900,526900,305100,229000,291600,327800,149200,239200,1500600,150400,222500,470800,347600,356400,375400,325100,151400,395800,367900,597000,391500,479700,349900,445200,521400,505400,573700,529700,317400,379700,829500,514900,706500,877400,500800,633800,529900,738800,917300,853700,734200,587700,991900,1324300,767200,1254300,902900,966300,2615300,1183600,1842500,2455700,4384800,5117400)
                      
                      # Code
                      DAT <- data.frame(x, y)
                      model1 <-onls(y ~ a * x ^ b, data = DAT, start = list(a = 1,b = 1))
                      confint(model1, level = 0.95)
                      

                      ANSWER

                      Answered 2022-Apr-01 at 11:57

                      Some points are not orthogonal, so fit model1 like in the question, check orthogonality and refit (model2) with the orthogonal points only.

                      library(onls)
                      #> Loading required package: minpack.lm
                      
                      # Data
                      x<-c(52.37,52.91,53.15,55.18,55.25,56.95,57.17,57.86,60.93,63.55,65.25,65.73,68.39,70.39,70.65,72.19,73.33,75.98,76.88,79.58,79.83,80.57,82.68,83.75,87.48,98.35,101.86,103.69,104.42,104.69,106.84,107.01,108.61,109.97,111.32,112.89,113.81,115.97,119.46,120.24,120.40,145.92,145.90,153.39,167.93,171.33,172.33,195.90,209.02,226.68,244.34,291.43,328.42,360.37,457.47,576.96,749.65)
                      y<-c(218500,238600,395300,144900,526900,305100,229000,291600,327800,149200,239200,1500600,150400,222500,470800,347600,356400,375400,325100,151400,395800,367900,597000,391500,479700,349900,445200,521400,505400,573700,529700,317400,379700,829500,514900,706500,877400,500800,633800,529900,738800,917300,853700,734200,587700,991900,1324300,767200,1254300,902900,966300,2615300,1183600,1842500,2455700,4384800,5117400)
                      
                      # Code
                      DAT <- data.frame(x, y)
                      
                      # 1st fit: with the full data set DAT
                      model1 <- onls(y ~ a * x ^ b, data = DAT, start = list(a = 1,b = 1))
                      #> Obtaining starting parameters from ordinary NLS...
                      #>   Passed...
                      #>  Relative error in the sum of squares is at most `ftol'. 
                      #> Optimizing orthogonal NLS...
                      #>   Passed... Relative error in the sum of squares is at most `ftol'.
                      o <- check_o(model1)$Ortho
                      

                      # 2nd fit: with the orthogonal points only
                      model2 <- onls(y ~ a * x ^ b, data = DAT[o,], start = list(a = 1,b = 1))
                      #> Obtaining starting parameters from ordinary NLS...
                      #>   Passed...
                      #>  Relative error in the sum of squares is at most `ftol'. 
                      #> Optimizing orthogonal NLS...
                      #>   Passed... Relative error in the sum of squares is at most `ftol'.
                      confint(model2, level = 0.95)
                      #> Waiting for profiling to be done...
                      #>          2.5%       97.5%
                      #> a 2378.957049 4012.371390
                      #> b    1.079456    1.180696
                      

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