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I'm using tqdm twice in my script, and the first time it works fine but the second time it only updates after 14 iterations. It's the same if I remove all other print statements. Any idea what might be going wrong?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-23 at 21:25
tqdm doesn't, by default, show every single update if the updates happen fast; by default it only updates 10 times per second. You can set the
miniters parameter to
1 if you must have the output update on every iteration.
The default is
miniters=None, which means it'll dynamically adjust the iteration count based on
mininterval, which is set to
You are also using
print(), which replaces the bar output. Don't do that, updates will be overwritten and you get very messy output.
tqdm class has a dedicated
tqdm.write() method, use that instead:
recently i've been really struggling with this , i thought maybe someone can help me with it , here is the problem:
I have a dataframe that represent what a client listen (music) , one user_key = one client , one client can have many rows . I have many columns like the date of stream , the genre the client listened , the album name .... and a column named TOTAL_LISTENED that represent the amount of time this client listened the album , on which app etc ....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-22 at 19:49
First, please update DataFrames.jl to the latest release 0.22 to get the newest features of the package and bug fixes.
To get the total listened by genre do:
I'm using a package that can be found here: https://github.com/gomesdasilva/ACTIN to find activity indices for a binary system. Intially, I've run the code on a standalone test file on spyder and it all seems to work fine:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-31 at 00:19
Upon careful reading of the traceback one can see that if the
save_output argument is anything other than
False it must be a string specifying the output directory. This is non-obvious since it's not written in the docstring and the default value for that argument is
False suggesting that it can also take
True as you passed. But the code for this package is doing a number of things non-idiomatically that can lead to other problems. I'll contact its author later if I have time to see if I can offer any suggestions for improvement.
- I used the basic example given here (by developer.here.com documentation).
- I set two of my SDK information correctly as it's shown in the documentation.
- I placed the HERE SDK plugin in the plugins folder.
- I used Flutter 1.20.2, Dart version 2.9.1 as it's recommended in developer.here.com documentation. But moreover I got the same error with higher versions of flutter.
I also tried with:
- Pixel 3 XL API 30 (1440x2960; 560dpi, android 11 x86)
- Pixel 4 API 29 (1080x2280; 440 dpi, android 10 x86)
I got the following error on both phones. The application opens on the device and then closes.
Why am I still getting the same error? (It is larger than the device screen size. | Lost connection to device.)...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-22 at 20:03
This issue solved by adding this to gradle.properties file in android folder
Hi I am looking to plot a spectra on python of a fits file. ESO has a guide on how to display 1D spectra and a code that should work which is the following:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-01 at 20:46
I had a look at a random spectrum downloaded from this page. Indeed it contains only one HDU so you will get an
IndexError if you try to access data from an HDU that does not exist.
The code you linked to might be old (it is on an "archive" page after all) and is also merely an example, not necessarily appropriate for plotting data from any FITS file.
The specutils package has many utilities for analyzing and plotting 1D spectra. It can also read spectra from many common FITS formats without having to do too much manually.
Here's what I did. First I opened the file, this one in particular:
Simple question: How to escape the "@" character in Blazor so you don't get reference error in this example?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-21 at 14:43
You need to use double @@. Docs are here
I am extremely new to kivy and Python but I managed to get a few simple buttons with some random generation that outputs to a label running in floatlayout. I wanted to implement aspects of BoxLayout to make it easier to align buttons vertically on the left hand side of the app so I could use the rest of the open space for displaying the output. What I am seeing when I tried to implement aspects of BoxLayout is no errors but just a big black box when I run the program. What am I missing?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-15 at 04:47
Extending two classes that have differing implementations of the same method (
do_layout() for example) is a bad idea. You do not need to extend a class in order to use that class. You can build your
App display using
Here is an example where the
Generators class extends just
I've been stuck on this loop for a while now (as seen by my question history), but I think I'm getting close to fixing it, thanks a lot to the help I've gotten on stack overflow.
I noticed that in my plots, every plot uses data_percentage_list, the last element in the list. I've done a bunch of things to try to stop that from occurring, but using the below code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-22 at 18:14
Consider the following general tips in R and maybe even programming:
Variables: Avoid use of too many variables but interact directly on existing objects. This enhances the maintainability of environment variables. Some examples of redundancy include:
The Harp example below adds a polygon to a map using screen location and some "unknown" unit of measure. How do I add a polygon based on the lon/Lat of its shape, and its height in meter ?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-18 at 20:29
the mapAnchors API is meant for adding three.js objects to the map.
If you want to add a geo-polygon you could either do this via GeoJSON or the FeatureDataSource (which is in fact just a convenience wrapper on top of geojson).
See following examples:
I have two paragraphs with ordered lists, but on my website, the paragraphs are not on the same line going vertically. Its a very slight difference but I need to fix it. I've tried changing the margins in the CSS but both of the paragraphs move at the same time. The second paragraph is more to the right than the first paragraph, I need it to align with the first paragraph.
here is the code...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-29 at 07:12
You hava few issues:
- first content div is not closed
- you have several
instead of (
- you are missing a
at the end
brtags dont need to be closed)
Here is a jsfiddle where everything works fine: https://jsfiddle.net/2tbgf8qx/
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