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triage is a Jupyter Notebook library typically used in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning applications. triage has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has low support. However triage has a Non-SPDX License. You can download it from GitHub.

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              It has 160 star(s) with 60 fork(s). There are 37 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 197 open issues and 337 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 128 days. There are 10 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
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              The latest version of triage is v5.2.2

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              It has 26664 lines of code, 1401 functions and 211 files.
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            Community Discussions


            How can I indented in multiple with statement in Simpy?
            Asked 2022-Apr-15 at 22:36

            I tried to build a simpy model with multiple 'with' statement as below. However, based on indentation, the result was different. Please let me know what is the clear rule of indentation.



            Answered 2022-Apr-15 at 22:36

            the resource is is released at the end of the indicted code. with any "with", close is called at the end of the indentation. The other common use case for "with" is reading files or streams. Since the dirty bed bed store is infinite I think case 1 and 2 would run the same. The tech difference is in case 1 the transporter is released after the yield self.env.timeout(15) line. while in case 2 it is release after the print(f'{}..... statement. and in case 3 both the IU bed and the transporter are released at the end, keeping the transported for the timeout(600)

            I think case 1 is what you want



            How to simulation allow to wait until the next process is resolved?
            Asked 2022-Apr-09 at 20:31

            < This is brief scenario > Patients arrive at ED(Emergency Department). When patients arrive at the ED, they first receive a triage from the nurse. After the triage, patients will be assigned an ED bed, but if patients don't have a clean bed, they have to wait until get a dirty bed. (Dirty beds occur when the patient is discharged or goes to the IU(Inpatient Unit).) The meaning of waiting here has two cases, the first is that when the patient arrives, if there is only a dirty bed(not cleaned), system should give an order of cleaning. The second is that if there is no dirty bed, this means dirty beds are being cleaned now or wait until patients are discharged or goes to the IU(the event of a dirty bed occurs.) When an ED bed is assigned, the patient is treated by a doctor. After examination of doctor, the patient will either go to the IU or be discharged. When the patient goes to the IU, if there is a clean bed in IU, the ED bed is returned immediately, but if not, the patient must continue to wait in the ED bed. And if the patient is discharged from the hospital, the ED bed will be returned, but cleaning will not proceed immediately.(Leave it dirty until the cleaning order is issued) Dirty ED beds are cleaned on request and then assigned to new arriving patients. Anyway, the part where I'm having a hard time implementing my program right now is that the part where assigning the ED bed is not being implemented as I intended.

            So, my main point of the problem is that

            1. Patients should get cleaned ED bed.
            2. If there is no cleaned bed, patient wait until a cleaned bed available. (Waiting patients will continue to wait, but the process of other patients will continue.)
            3. When a patient leave the ED, the bed used by the patient remains dirty, but if there is a request to clean for new patient, the dirty bed should be cleaned.

            I added 'Bed_Mgmt' class to solve this, but I couldn't. Please give me some guidelines.



            Answered 2022-Apr-09 at 20:31

            So This cleans up a few things. You will see at the start of the log that a patient get s a bed right after triage finishes, because there are beds in the queue. A the end of the log you will see patients do not get a bed until a cleaner finishes cleaning a bed, showing the clean bed queue is empty. One of the nice things about simpy.Store is it manages the requests for you so you do not need to do any checking if the queue is empty. Also is a good site for learning python.



            In Simpy simulation, how can I escape from infinite loop
            Asked 2022-Mar-31 at 21:50

            I have an endless loop problem in Simpy simulation.

            My scenario is: After finishing triage, a patient wait until getting empty bed. However, if there is no empty bed, the patient should wait until an empty bed is available. When a patient uses a bed and leaves the hospital, the bed turns into a dirty bed. The dirty bed turns into an empty bed when the cleaner cleans it. Bed cleaning work start after getting clean request.

            I used "Store" for managing beds I think I have an infinite loop when there is no empty bed and no dirty bed.

            I think...

            1. Add a queue (After triage)
            2. From the queue, assign a bed based on the FIFO.
            3. If we don't have empty or dirty bed, we should wait until a dirty bed is available.

            But, I don't know how to implement this idea. Please help me to solve this problem.



            Answered 2022-Mar-31 at 21:50

            So you got the right idea where you use two Stores to track dirty and clean beds. The trick is to request both a clean and a dirty bed at the same time, and discard the request you do not use.

            So the big changes I made was to request both a clean bed and a dirty bed and used env.any_of() to get me the first filled request. Note that both requests could get filled. Since I made two requests, that means I need to either cancel the request I do not use, or if filled, return the unused bed back to its queue. The other thing I did was to make a separate process for the cleaners. This means that the both the patients and the cleaners will be competing for dirty beds.



            Does any monitoring metrics/events exist for ClickHouse keeper?
            Asked 2022-Feb-15 at 10:59

            I am considering using ClickHouse keeper to replace zookeeper for data replication. And zookeeper has lots of useful metrics for monitoring/convenient triage. I checked ClickHouse documents and CurrentMetrics/ProfileEvents files but found no similar monitoring data to zk( Pls. direct me to the right way, thanks!



            Answered 2022-Feb-10 at 14:01

            They are not implemented yet. There are plans to expose keeper metrics through Prometheus endpoint.



            Spring boot Java heap space for downloading large files
            Asked 2021-Dec-24 at 18:29

            I am trying to write a REST api to allow users to download large files (ie > 2GB) on Spring boot. I am hitting with "Java Heap outOfMemoryException". I tried to triage the issue, i see that HttpServetResponse object is of type : ContentCachingResponseWrapper. This class caches all content written to the output stream and when cached data size becomes around 258MB, i get OutOfMemoryException. Why at 248 MB, because JVM has 256 MB of heap memory.

            The default flushBuffer() method in ContentCachingResponseWrapper is empty. If i try to call copyBodyToResponse(), which is used to copy data from cache to stream, it works fine, but it closes the stream as well. This leads to only sending first chunk of data to client.

            any suggestions ?



            Answered 2021-Dec-24 at 18:29

            This is a very basic way to download the file, but if you call it from a browser, the browser will display it on screen, and may spin forever (browser problem if you ask me):



            setting a level in the ROC function
            Asked 2021-Dec-09 at 15:04

            I am trying to obtain sens, spec, npv and ppv for the ability of two patient scoring systems and their ability to predict admission. To explain the data:

            'Etriage' is electronic triage system (scores from 1-5), AETriage is a face-to-face triage system (socres 1-5). Admitted has 2 levels as factors 0 - not admitted, 1 - admitted.




            Answered 2021-Dec-08 at 14:36

            You cannot use a textual score (or factors), because in order to build a ROC curve we need to rank the data, which cannot be done automatically on simple text (is "High" higher than "Low"? A computer wouldn't know that).

            However, R has a textual data type for that: ordered factors, which are supported (to some extent) by pROC:



            Direct buffer memory OutOfMemoryError after updating to wildfly 18
            Asked 2021-Nov-18 at 11:04

            After updating the environment from Wildfly 13 to Wildfly 18.0.1 we experienced an



            Answered 2021-Nov-05 at 14:19


            Publish Profile (or schema compare) will not evaluate SQLCMD variables
            Asked 2021-Nov-17 at 14:48

            SQLCMD variable substitution has been working in our project for years but after updating to VS 16.5 this stopped working.

            Publish Profile (or schema compare) will not evaluate SQLCMD variables.

            The generated script always includes any file that uses an SQLCMD variable and incorrectly updates the procedure on the target database. It uses the variable name (e.g. ($databasename)) instead of the substitution value (i.e. no substitution happens at all)

            There is an option under Advanced... which says "Do not evaluate SQLCMD variables". Turning this off or on has no effect.

            This defect was previously reported in the Visual Studio Community but it appears to have been closed prematurely with others saying it's not actually been fixed.

            I have raised another case in the Visual Studio Community pages which is going through their triage process however, I wondered if anyone else here has experienced the same issue and found an alternative solution?

            I'm seeing this issue in both Visual Studio 2019 and 2022.

            I'm currently using

            • Visual Studio 2019 16.11.7

            • Microsoft SQL Server Data Tools 16.0.62111.11070

            • Visual Studio 2022 17.0.1

            • Microsoft SQL Server Data Tools 17.0.62110.20190



            Answered 2021-Nov-17 at 14:48

            For anyone else coming across this we found that the replacements were working for a different project which targeted a different database on the same server.

            This told us that it was probably project related. When compiling the solution we noticed we had the following warning



            How to identify multiple Google Forms feeding one Google Sheet?
            Asked 2021-Nov-04 at 19:54

            I have a Google Sheet with many different "sheet tabs" across the bottom. Several of them are tied to a Google Form, so that when that form is populated the entries show on that "tab".

            I'm trying to also inject those entries into a MySQL database. I have gotten this to work successfully using a single Google Sheet/Form pairing using a Google Apps Script tied to the Sheet, which listens for onFormSubmit. That code follows:



            Answered 2021-Nov-04 at 19:54

            You can get to the form based on the sheet name:



            AWS Cloudwatch Dashboard metric graph text size
            Asked 2021-Oct-13 at 09:42

            We have a series of dashboards, some of which have numerical values - for instance one shows the number of support tickets we have open/triage/referred.

            Is it possible to change the text size in "graph"? At the moment, the number overflow the box.

            This is the current JSON:



            Answered 2021-Oct-13 at 09:42

            Based on the, text size of the rendered object can't be changed. You can change the rendered color though, or make the label upper-cased to make it more visible.


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