BART | Electron project for BART - Balloon Analogue Risk Task | Runtime Evironment library

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BART is a JavaScript library typically used in Server, Runtime Evironment, Nodejs, Electron applications. BART has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.

An Electron project for BART - Balloon Analogue Risk Task, created for my girlfriend.

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            Community Discussions


            unable to mmap 1024 bytes - Cannot allocate memory - even though there is more than enough ram
            Asked 2021-Jun-14 at 11:16

            I'm currently working on a seminar paper on nlp, summarization of sourcecode function documentation. I've therefore created my own dataset with ca. 64000 samples (37453 is the size of the training dataset) and I want to fine tune the BART model. I use for this the package simpletransformers which is based on the huggingface package. My dataset is a pandas dataframe. An example of my dataset:

            My code:



            Answered 2021-Jun-08 at 08:27

            While I do not know how to deal with this problem directly, I had a somewhat similar issue(and solved). The difference is:

            • I use fairseq
            • I can run my code on google colab with 1 GPU
            • Got RuntimeError: unable to mmap 280 bytes from file : Cannot allocate memory (12) immediately when I tried to run it on multiple GPUs.

            From the other people's code, I found that he uses python -m torch.distributed.launch -- ... to run fairseq-train, and I added it to my bash script and the RuntimeError is gone and training is going.

            So I guess if you can run with 21000 samples, you may use torch.distributed to make whole data into small batches and distribute them to several workers.



            Trying to create array of strings to use in a destructuring function for removing object properties, only single string value works
            Asked 2021-Jun-04 at 20:41

            I have an array of objects as part of a data response that I am grouping together using lodash's groupBy via each object's groupName key.

            Some of the items that come back have a groupName value of null, undefined or an empty string and lodash creates separate groups for each of those values.

            I combine all of the falsey groups into a single group name "Uncategorized" and attempt to remove the original falsey groups to only return "Uncategorized" and all other truthy groups.

            The problem I'm running into is that I'm trying to use the rest operator to remove the original falsy objects with undefined, null, and empty string keys by assigning them to a variable like let groupKeysToRemove = ['undefined', 'null', ''] and then trying to remove them like let { [groupKeysToRemove]: removed, ...groups } = initialGroups; but it returns the same Object with nothing removed. I'm not sure if my syntax is wrong or what but I am stumped.

            Code via sandbox:



            Answered 2021-Jun-04 at 20:41

            Think of the brackets syntax [] for the destructing operation as an index to a property of an object, not an array that you pass in. It's analogous to calling for example obj["a"] vs obj.a to access the a field on obj.

            So knowing this, you need to pass in 3 arguments to extract the values that you want to remove. For null and undefined I had to put them in separate variables, it wasn't working when putting them directly in the brackets:



            ExtJs - Remove combobox focus from grid columns editor
            Asked 2021-Jun-03 at 20:36

            I have a grid column containing combobox as its editor and am using celleditor plugin in which I want to write some validation logic. When I try to select something from the combobox cell, it is expected to lose its focus after the value is changed and then it should go to the validateedit listener. I know there is a blur() method on combobox which will resolve this issue. But as per document, it is a private method so am avoiding that. I wanted to know if there is another way to lose the focus on change or picker collapse or any config which will perform validation on change of field. Below is the code and fiddle.



            Answered 2021-Jun-03 at 20:36

            You can try completeEdit method as an alternative:



            Antlr4 parsing templateLiteral in jsx
            Asked 2021-May-25 at 02:11

            I have tried to use grammar defined in grammars-v4 project( to parse jsx file. When I parse the code snippet below,



            Answered 2021-May-20 at 16:01

            A quick look at the ANTLR grammar shows:



            R - how to get values for specific row from file X to a proper row in file Y?
            Asked 2021-May-13 at 19:40

            I have a serious issue with figuring the R function to solve the problem below:

            I've used httr and rvest to scrape some data from couple of e-commerce sites and store them into different files as below:

            csv1 - columns: EAN, PRICE
            csv2 - columns: EAN

            ISSUE: For each EAN from csv2, I want to search for the price value from csv1 and print it in column csv2$price for proper csv2$EAN.

            Thanks in advance! Bart



            Answered 2021-May-13 at 15:59

            Try tidyverse package:



            How to get that result without for loop (python)
            Asked 2021-May-12 at 11:02

            I have a list of tuples(rule) and a pandas dataframe(proof_path) .


            rule :



            Answered 2021-May-12 at 07:12

            This is as close as you can get to avoiding the loops. But this code uses implicit loops: list comprehension and zip.



            How to reduce this pandas dataframe join code
            Asked 2021-May-11 at 21:11

            I have a template in the form of a list of tuples below, and I'm going to instantiate it using dataframe join.



            Answered 2021-May-11 at 21:11


            Fastest way to index a very large Pandas dataframe
            Asked 2021-May-10 at 04:48

            I have a very large knowledge graph in pandas dataframe format as follows.

            This dataframe KG has more than 100 million rows:



            Answered 2021-May-10 at 04:12

            I would personally go with isin or query with in.

            Pandas doc says: Performance of query()

            DataFrame.query() using numexpr is slightly faster than Python for large frames. Note: You will only see the performance benefits of using the numexpr engine with DataFrame.query() if your frame has more than approximately 200,000 rows.

            Details about query can be found here

            In your example when I tested KG dataframe with shape (50331648, 3) - 50M+ rows and 3 column using query and isin the performance results were almost same.




            R - Bayes Trees with more covariates than observations
            Asked 2021-May-09 at 18:02

            I receive error messages in R that I can't trace back.

            I am trying to fit Bayesian tree models to data with more covariates than observations. With my level of knowledge, I believed this should not be a problem, however, no matter what package I try, all attempts resulted in errors.

            When using the bcf()-function from the bcf-package with ncol(x) > nrow(x), I get the error:

            bcfoverparRcppClean(yscale[perm], z[perm], t(x_c[perm, ]), t(x_m[perm, : drmu failed

            bcfoverparRcppClean() itself is written in C++ which I did not attempt to dig into just yet.

            When I only select parts of the covariates, the function performs as expected.

            Similar happens for example with the bart()-function from the BayesTree-package. Here, the error reads:

            NA/NaN/Inf in foreign function call (arg 7)

            Needless to say, that there are no NAs, nor infinite values in the data and the error disappears once more observations than covariates are being fed.

            Please find a reproducible example below:



            Answered 2021-May-09 at 18:02

            If someone comes along that question with a similar problem.

            I ended up using the bartMachine()-function from the bartMachine-package.

            It can handle high-dimensional data.

            Still interested in the reason why it did not work with the other packages if someone knows.



            Component.InvokeAsync in foreach loop doesn't work
            Asked 2021-May-05 at 05:26

            I have problem with display Component in Foreach loop:

            I. First case - component work:

            I create simple component (named HelloComponent) like that:



            Answered 2021-May-05 at 05:26

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