Buoy | An extension to the built in Android Battery Saver

 by   tytydraco Kotlin Version: build-72b8e38_1659159980 License: BSD-2-Clause

kandi X-RAY | Buoy Summary

kandi X-RAY | Buoy Summary

Buoy is a Kotlin library. Buoy has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.

The built-in Android battery saver mode is actually quite powerful. The only disappointment is that none of it is configurable out of the box. That's where Buoy comes in. Buoy makes using the built-in battery saver feasible in any situation. If you want mild savings during the day without impeding performance, it can be done. If you need to squeeze every last ounce of power out of your device, it can be done. If you want anything in between, it can be done!.

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              Buoy has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 102 star(s) with 19 fork(s). There are 5 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 7 open issues and 1 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 75 days. There are 2 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of Buoy is build-72b8e38_1659159980

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              Buoy has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

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              Buoy is licensed under the BSD-2-Clause License. This license is Permissive.
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            Community Discussions


            Aggregating hourly data into monthly in R while omitting NAs
            Asked 2020-Dec-02 at 01:16

            I have some data gathered from a weather buoy:



            Answered 2020-Dec-01 at 05:15

            You could create a new column with year and month information and take mean of multiple columns using across.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/65084977


            Problem with R Shiny app that was working: web scrape from https url works in RStudio, but no longer works when deployed to shinyapps.io
            Asked 2020-Aug-28 at 21:05

            I have written a shiny app that reads data from https://green2.kingcounty.gov/lake-buoy/DataScrape.aspx that was working for a few months, but about a month or so ago it stopped working in shinyapps.io.

            I found a recent post here that suggested the issue was due to a recently expired SSL certificate. The site green2.kingcounty.gov does have a certificate that expired on May 30, 2020



            Answered 2020-Aug-07 at 05:11

            A little eery that I made it to this page searching for a solution to the same problem, also while trying to scrape King County info. I'll keep hunting and will post back if I find something useful.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/62957886


            How can one simply handle a table in C++?
            Asked 2020-Jul-30 at 05:47

            I want to be able to handle something like a table in C++. I mean table as in "excel spreadsheet" or "R dataFrame". My solution need not be that powerful, however. I do not need to add columns at runtime, but I will be adding rows to create averages. I am building this table from individual data points, and this table will be read elsewhere in the program for analysis of data. I feel like solutions such as SQLite are overkill. How can I simply represent this kind of data?

            To more easily discuss options, consider the following table of ocean temperatures, which we will call data:



            Answered 2020-Jul-23 at 21:06

            The option of std::vector looks pretty good. You don't need to prevent data from modifying, just use const after creation.

            If you need fast access to rows by location, temperature, etc. you may create specific indices based on map or more complex data structures.

            For example, you may create std::multimap where the key is a temperature and the value is a number of row in the table (index in vector). Then, you can use std::lower_bound and std::upper_bound to retrieve all indices of rows with a temperature in a given range.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/63062183


            High mAP@50 with low precision and recall. What does it mean and what metric should be more important?
            Asked 2020-Jul-19 at 18:53

            I am comparing models for the detection of objects for maritime Search and Rescue (SAR) purposes. From the models that I used, I got the best results for the improved version of YOLOv3 for small object detection and for FASTER RCNN.

            For YOLOv3 I got the best mAP@50, but for FASTER RCNN I got better all other metrics (precision, recall, F1 score). Now I am wondering how to read it and which model is really better in this case?

            I would like to add that there are only two classes in the dataset: small and large objects. We chose this solution because the objects' distinction between classes is not as important to us as the detection of any human origin object.

            However, small objects don't mean small GT bounding boxes. These are objects that actually have a small area - less than 2 square meters (e.g. people, buoys). Large objects are objects with a larger area (boats, ships, canoes, etc.).

            Here are the results per category:

            And two sample images from the dataset (with YOLOv3 detections):



            Answered 2020-Jul-19 at 18:53

            The mAP for object detection is the average of the AP calculated for all the classes. mAP@0.5 means that it is the mAP calculated at IOU threshold 0.5.

            The general definition for the Average Precision(AP) is finding the area under the precision-recall curve.

            The process of plotting the model's precision and recall as a function of the model’s confidence threshold is the precision recall curve.

            Precision measures how accurate is your predictions. i.e. the percentage of your predictions that are correct. Recall measures how good you find all the positives. F1 score is HM (Harmonic Mean) of precision and recall.

            To answer your questions now.

            How to read it and which model is really better in this case?

            • The mAP is a good measure of the sensitivity of the neural network. So good mAP indicates a model that's stable and consistent across difference confidence thresholds. In your case faster rcnn results indicate that precision-recall curve metric is bad compared to that of Yolov3, which means that either faster rcnn has very bad recall at higher confidence thresholds or very bad precision at lower confidence threshold compared to that of Yolov3 (especially for small objects).
            • Precision, Recall and F1 score are computed for given confidence threshold. I'm assuming you're running the model with default confidence threshold (could be 0.25). So higher Precision, Recall and F1 score of faster rcnn indicate that at that confidence threshold it's better in terms of all the 3 metric compared to that of Yolov3.

            What metric should be more important?

            In general to analyse better performing model, I would suggest you to use validation set (data set that is used to tune hyper-parameters) and test set (data set that is used to assess the performance of a fully-trained model).

            Note: FP - False Positive FN - False Negative

            On validation set:

            • Use mAP to select best performing model (model that is more stable and consistent) out of all the trained weights across iterations/epochs. Use mAP to understand whether model should be trained/tuned further or not.

            • Check class level AP values to ensure model is stable and good across the classes.

            • As per use-case/application, if you're completely tolerant to FNs and highly intolerant to FPs then to train/tune the model accordingly use Precision.

            • As per use-case/application, if you're completely tolerant to FPs and highly intolerant to FNs then to train/tune the model accordingly use Recall.

            On test set:

            • If you're neutral towards FPs and FNs, then use F1 score to evaluate best performing model.

            • If FPs are not acceptable to you (without caring much about FNs) pick the model with higher Precision

            • If FNs are not acceptable to you (without caring much about FPs) pick the model with higher Recall

            • Once you decide metric you should be using, try out multiple confidence thresholds (say for example - 0.25, 0.35 and 0.5) for given model to understand for which confidence threshold value the metric you selected works in your favour and also to understand acceptable trade off ranges (say you want Precision of at least 80% and some decent Recall). Once confidence threshold is decided, you use it across different models to find out best performing model.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/62973155


            HMS 4.0 game buoy does not show Games.getBuoyClient(activity).showFloatWindow();
            Asked 2020-Jun-23 at 08:36

            Call Games.getBuoyClient(activity).showFloatWindow(); to display the buoy, but the buoy is not displayed.

            Has been initialized, the initialization code is



            Answered 2020-Jun-23 at 08:36

            The BuoyClient.showFloatWindow interface needs to be called in the onResume of all game interface Activity to display the buoy. Click to view more: https://developer.huawei.com/consumer/en/doc/development/HMS-Guides/game-buoy-v4#h1-1576589973315

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/62510324


            Huggingface's BERT tokenizer not adding pad token
            Asked 2020-Apr-27 at 04:50

            It's not entirely clear from the documentation, but I can see that BertTokenizer is initialised with pad_token='[PAD]', so I assume when you encode with add_special_tokens=True then it would automatically pad it. Given that pad_token_id=0, I can't see any 0s in the token_ids however:



            Answered 2020-Apr-27 at 04:50

            No it would not. There is a different parameter pad_to_max_length which you have to set to True to add padding tokens. add_special_tokens will add the [CLS] and the [SEP] token (101 and 102 respectively).

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/61443480


            Add random Font Awesome icons to html
            Asked 2020-Mar-07 at 00:44

            so, I am trying to add a random element to my site with Font Awesome icons that change on reload. I found a helpful post, here, but I can't find a way to make the code work. I am getting the console log, but no icon is displayed. I've tried assigning my an id and having the Jquery add a random class to that, but that doesn't seem to work. Any ideas?



            Answered 2020-Mar-06 at 21:49

            Your error description is not very precise, but I assume that the problem is that you are not adding the class (string), but its index.

            Try replacing

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/60572050


            Separating navbar and main HTML sections
            Asked 2020-Feb-05 at 20:52


            I have a webpage layout that has a header, navbar and main section, plus a collapsing sidebar. I am optimizing this for mobile viewing but I am having trouble separating the main section and navbar. It appears that the navbar is currently positioned so that it overlaps the main section.


            Why are the 2 sections overlapping?

            HTML Code



            Answered 2020-Feb-05 at 20:52

            Because the nav has a fixed position, while the main has a static position.

            Quoting from W3schools: "A fixed element does not leave a gap in the page where it would normally have been located."

            To overcome this, you might need to give a top-margin for the main section by the same value of the nav height.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/60083844


            Google Maps function not defined
            Asked 2020-Jan-24 at 21:28

            I am trying to set up a series of checkboxes so multiple Overlays can be toggled on/off individually in a menu. I'm just trying to get one layer working before I move on to developing the rest of them. I am, unfortunately, getting an error when using Dev Tools that states Uncaught ReferenceError: toggleLayers is not defined at HTMLInputElement.onclick

            I think I have the function defined but keep getting this error.



            Answered 2020-Jan-24 at 20:03

            You should load the google maps script before your script.

            Because google.maps.Map is a function constructor and you instantiate using the new keyword, it must be defined before you can use it. And you should also move your script at the bottom or use

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/59902677


            How to have multiple alignments in one line?
            Asked 2019-Dec-24 at 04:00

            I have a table of buttons functioning as my navigation bar, and it's centered to my page.

            I want to put my logo either directly on the left of the table, or float all the way to the left of the page. However, the logo's presence affects my navigation bar to where my navigation bar is no longer centered.

            Is there any way I can have multiple alignments in one line? Have my logo left-aligned, and my navigation bar centered to the page?

            I'm fairly new at code so I'd appreciate any other tips and suggestions as well.



            Answered 2019-Dec-24 at 01:36

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