kandi X-RAY | efflux Summary
kandi X-RAY | efflux Summary
A Java RTP stack with RTCP support and a clean API.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Retrieves or creates an RTCP participant for the given SDP channel
- Update this object from SDESChunk
- Creates a new RTP participant from a SSEChunk
- Handles an event
- Decodes a RTCP packet
- Decodes a SenderReport packet
- Initializes the channels
- Called when a new session is joining
- Gets or creates an RTP participant
- Creates an RTP participant from an unexpected data packet
- Sends a data packet
- Sends the control packet
- Initialize the SSRC packet
- Hash a String
- Decodes one RTP packet
- Encodes one - to - one message
- Returns a String representation of this ControlPacket
- Send a data packet
- Converts a byte array into a hex string
- Converts a hex string to a byte array
- Encodes the Token
- Sends the message to the downstream
- Add a new participant to the receiver
- Called after the session has been received
- This method is called when a control packet is received
- Runs the runnable
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Trending Discussions on efflux
I am trying to produce two lines in a y axis label in ggplot in R, where the second line has some relatively complex text that seems to make it difficult to print on two lines.
On a single line, I have gotten this script to print just fine using bquote:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-01 at 17:12
You could try using
element_markdown from the
ggtext package. This allows you to use markdown (or html) to produce the line breaks, symbols, subscripts and superscripts you need without resorting to
bquote , which struggles with multi-line inputs. You can even show the units in italics, as in this example:
I'm trying to load a json file which have around 2k objects in an array:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-23 at 11:00
There are 2 (main) ways you can load a json file. Either open the file as a text reader using 'r'. In this case you'll need to call
f.read() and convert using
I am trying to use grep to extract the matching words from file1 in file2 and directing to output file.
I have file1...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-29 at 14:29
1st solution: Generic and faster solution than my 2nd solution here. This will look for string from
] in Input_file2 irrespective of field's hard-coding here.
In some datasets, I sometimes observe fixed flux ratios which I would like to incorporate into my simulations. How could I do this in CBMPy?
For example, I have the model from here and would now like to constrain the ratio of succinate efflux and pyruvate efflux to 2.0. I know how to set constraints on individual reactions:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-May-26 at 11:18
That is indeed a common approach in Flux Balance Analysis (FBA) and you can use the function
addUserConstraint to accomplish this.
The entire code sample could look like this (explanation below):
When trying to plot a network map with plotly, edges are being drawn over the vertices, creating a very messy look. Especially in a case of a large graph. I want to have the opposite - have the edges on the background, while vertices - on the foreground. How do I get around it? Here is the code, which is largely based on the official plotly manual.
I tried almost everything, including plotting edges first, and only then adding vertices via %>% add_markers() function. Still, it tucks the markers (i.e. vertices) underneath the edges......
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Apr-21 at 22:05
You need to define segments before markers.
It is possibile to use first
add_segments and then
add_markers as follows:
I have the following file and I am interested only on the 1st and last columns (14):...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Sep-13 at 06:10
Seems like duplicate row names. I tried to save your tsv file but it's not saved as tab-separated file to me.
Anyway try this. NULL the row names:
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You can use efflux 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 efflux 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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