kandi X-RAY | clyde Summary
kandi X-RAY | clyde Summary
The Clyde library provides various facilities for creating action-oriented networked 3D games. Its packages include:. Clyde depends on [Narya] for distributed object management and internationalization support; [Nenya] for resource management, image manipulation, and basic OpenAL functionality; [Vilya] for networked scene representation; and [LWJGL] for native bindings to OpenGL, OpenAL, and input devices. Documentation is somewhat sparse at the moment, but inspection of the code in the tests/ directory shows examples of use of many features of the library. [Javadoc documentation] is provided.
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- Poll for events
- Updates the modifier for the given key
- Updates the modifier for a specific button
- Dispatches a key event
- Parse the given string expression
- Parses the given string expression
- Parse a string expression
- Dispatch a key event
- Returns the character of the key
- Entry point for submission
- Computes the layout for the specified container
- Renders a section of the map
- Initialize the geometry
- Wrap the shape with the specified translation
- Registers a sound
- Render the specified color
- Creates the edit menu
- Determine the preferred size for this component
- The main method
- Called when the mouse is pressed
- Updates the collision flags
- Layout the specified container
- Layout the view
- Called when a group is pressed
- Call this method to tick the sprite sheet
- Finds the closest point to the given shape
clyde Key Features
clyde Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on clyde
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-25 at 18:58
You should try this
ApplicationContext context = new ClassPathXmlApplicationContext("bean.xml"); instead of this
ApplicationContext context = new FileSystemXmlApplicationContext("beans.xml");
I am having trouble visualizing my data. I hope someone can help. I actually have multiple problems.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-17 at 08:55
Note that using geom_errorbar like this you can fix doing
geom_errorbar((aes(ymin=Measurement_1-sd(Measurement_1), ymax=Measurement+sd(Measurement_1)))) but you do get on every group the same bar, it does not do it group wise.
I recommend using this instead, which will only show your errors for "Dante" in group "A" as your sample data has only one value for the other groups making SD=0.
Below is my html table which I get from csv file.Name Role Last login Dahril Admin 2 days ago Sherwin Staff 1 week ago Jeffrey Guest 2 weeks ago Clyde Guest 1 month ago MJ Staff 2 months ago Ann Staff 1 year ago Boy Admin 2 years ago
I need to sort the table based on the last-login column from recent to past.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-16 at 16:47
I would use moment to create a date object using the information.
While reading the CSV file line by line with a fileReader,
2 days ago has to be used like this:
moment().subtract(2, "days")... For example.
So the strategy is to determine which time "range" to use and then, create a moment object that will be used to sort the rows.
I have a data frame of names which has 1 column. I have tried multiple iterations of
order() and have also converted it to a list and tried
sort() in a few different ways, with no luck.
dput() for reference:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-14 at 04:39
You need to specify which column is to be ordered/sorted even if the data frame contains only one column.
If you want to preserve the original order of
order to create an index:
So I have this Data and trying to do
kruskal.test() over a list containing dataframes
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-21 at 18:06
Your code is referencing an object called "df", which does not appear to exist. Also, when using
kruskal.test with the arguments
kruskal.test(formula, data), there is no need to reference the data frame in the formula. Providing
kruskal.test a "data" argument will cause the function to search for the formula symbols first in the provided data. In other words, if data frame "x" contains columns "Height" and "Person", then the following would work:
I am trying to add compact letter display in the boxplot I created, is there any chance to combine
cldList() function with
Here is my sample data...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-08 at 11:09
I am the author of the example you already mentioned in a comment. One of of the commentors already pointed out correctly where the
.group column came from. However, when pointing out the general difference between your code and the one in the example I find that
1a. Your data has 1 observation per factor level (=Person).
1b. My data has multiple observations per factor level (=group).
2a. You used
FSA::Dunntestto fit a model and immediately compare means per factor level.
2b. I used
lm()to fid a model, then
emmeans::emmeans()to compare means per factor level.
Compact Letter Display
3a. You used
rcompanion::cldList()to get the letters.
3b. I used
multcomp::cld()to get the letters.
I think point 2 and 3 are totally fine - it's simply different functions leading to the same goal. I tried your approach on my data and it worked:
I hope someone can help me. I am trying to transform my
Height data to follow a normal distribution and perform anova with it in each data frame. However, I cannot append a new column to the original dataframe with the transformed values. The
Age factors are important in the analysis.
I have this data...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-01 at 05:29
You can use -
I am trying to add new columns in a dataframe based on the dataframe names.
So I have this list of dataframes called
df_list, in this list are dataframes called
(1.3.A), (2.3.A), (1.5.A), (2.5.A), (1.3.B), (2.3.B), (1.5.B)
Each of these letter and numbers are important in the data. For example, all dataframes with a name that starts with "1" are from trial 1 of the experiment and those that end in A are from group A.
Can someone suggest how I can add a new column in all of these data frames with the value that is equal to a character in the dataframe names?
The expected output is something like...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-24 at 15:13
You can use bind_rows() from dplyr and separate from tidyr:
I have this sample data. What I am trying to do get p values and compare each Person in each dataframe. I tried piping the dataframe list in
kruskal.test() and it worked but when passing the same data frame using
aov(), I am not getting the result. I am sorry I am new to R. I'm just trying to learn how to apply the
lapply() function in a dataframe list. Another helpful info maybe is that all the values in height and weight columns are means computed from a previous larger dataframes.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-23 at 07:44
I'm not sure your purpose applying those tests. If code below is your purpose,
I have this dataframe list containing different dataframes....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-22 at 16:24
Remove the tilde, as in
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You can use clyde 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 clyde 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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