kandi X-RAY | inRoads Summary
kandi X-RAY | inRoads Summary
inroads is a digital service developed by the city of bloomington. inroads is used to manage and publish road, sidewalk and parking status information including closings, lane reductions, noise permits and parking reservations. it provides not only current information about road events, but future planned events as well.inroads streamlines the process of creating and managing road, sidewalk, parking and other location-relevant municipal events (noise permits, etc.). inroads publishes its data to the web, to email lists and through multiple open data formats. it also provides a waze feed usable for communities participating in the waze connected cities program. the service is provided through an open
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- Create a Google Calendar Patch
- Renders a single field .
- Update a street
- Include the blocks in the template
- Get events from a Google Calendar
- Get pages .
- Search for people .
- Get search parameters .
- Performs a select query
- Render a person chooser .
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i'm super new to XSL programming and i have the following xml;...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-30 at 12:43
The output you show can be produced quite easily by:
Shiny app, I would like to implement a slider with
slickR to switch from one image to the other.
I managed to implement the slider but I'm having trouble in displaying the images correctly because of their different sizes.
In the following example, the stackexchange logo is way bigger than the stackoverflow logo. When displaying them with
slickR(), the bigger logo makes inroads into the first one like this:
I would also like to have the size of the pictures relative to the size of the screen.
Here is a reproducible example of the Shiny app used to generate the above image:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-19 at 14:39
I am trying to get links to WSJ articles from an RSS feed.
The feed looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Oct-23 at 08:08
Without the exact full rss feed you are using I am going to go out on a limb and assume similar style to rss feed I can find. If you look at the output html you will see that the links are actually next siblings so you can use xpath and specify to following-sibling. I use purrr to generate a dataframe and str_squish to do some cleaning of output
I intend to identify the sentence structure in English using spacy and textacy.
For example: The cat sat on the mat - SVO , The cat jumped and picked up the biscuit - SVV0. The cat ate the biscuit and cookies. - SVOO.
The program is supposed to read a paragraph and return the output for each sentence as SVO, SVOO, SVVO or other custom structures.
Efforts so far:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Mar-28 at 09:14
Issue 1: The SVO are overwritten. Why?
textacy issue. This part is not working very well, see this blog
Issue 2: How to identify the sentence as SVOO SVO SVVO etc.?
You should parse the dependency tree.
SpaCy provides the information, you just need to write a set of rules to extract it out, using
I have yarn up and running, have figured out a bit how it works, and made my inroads into figuring out gulp, after having discovered how to install version 4 instead of the default version that throws deprecation errors.
The only thing is, how do I do that whilst maintaining the yarn dependencies as yarn builds those up? How would I format my gulp task for combining the yarn libaries i've added?
My gulp task currently looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Aug-12 at 18:16
After long searching I found https://pawelgrzybek.com/using-webpack-with-gulpjs/
which gave me the following solution:
Execute the command:
I am trying to get the extendedDescription field with parentheses around it inline with Description, except when there is no extendedDescription.
I have found a lot of answers on formatting outputs and if statements. But, I am not a programmer and have not been able to get anything to work the way I would like it to.
If anybody could help me out I would appreciate it. Thank you!
Here is the code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Sep-18 at 21:59
I have an XML file that is a report on cross section points of a highway. When the file is generated some elements are duplicated up to 4 times but only 1 of the 4 contains the "slope" field which is the critical field for my final report.
I'm looking to exclude these nodes/elements based on the missing slope attribute but retain the nodes/elements that contain this attribute.
**A clip of my XML with a properly formed set of Cross Section Points:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jan-30 at 08:30
To keep the explanation simple, let's omit HTML and leave only XSLT.
You wrote that LOS-Omitted and LOS-Retained are to be omitted and retained respectively.
It means that you are interested in source data where an attribute (
particular condition (its value is
This condition can be expressed as:
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PHP requires the Visual C runtime (CRT). The Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2019 is suitable for all these PHP versions, see visualstudio.microsoft.com. You MUST download the x86 CRT for PHP x86 builds and the x64 CRT for PHP x64 builds. The CRT installer supports the /quiet and /norestart command-line switches, so you can also script it.
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