kandi X-RAY | khmer Summary
kandi X-RAY | khmer Summary
In-memory nucleotide sequence k-mer counting, filtering, graph traversal and more
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Return a dict containing the cmdclass for the versioneer
- Extract version information
- Return the project root directory
- Return a ConfigParser instance from a root
- Return parser
- Build command line arguments
- Build node graph arguments
- Add threading arguments to the given parser
- Create the versioneer config file
- Extract version information from VCS
- Yield read pairs from screed stream
- Normalize reads by median
- Iterate through two reads
- Trim a read - only record
- Check if input files exist
- R Check the free space of input files
- Print usage information for graphsize
- Extract paired reads from a stream
- Scans the setup py py file and checks for missing values
- Create a countgraph object
- Check if a graph is available on disk
- Print out information about configuration
- Use setuptools
- Removes a single read from the counts
- Determines how many sequences are in the same length
- Start worker threads
- Log information about a script
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Trending Discussions on khmer
I am looking for help in understanding the issue with retrieving certain characters in MYSQL. I have a table which contains international numerals in unicode for each numeral system (e.g. Roman, Hebrew, Thai, Khmer, Lao, etc). The character set of the table is utf8 and collation is utf8_general_ci.
The table is organised as follows:NUM_SYS_NAME NUM_ID TEXT Roman 1 I Roman 2 II Roman 3 III Roman 5 V Thai 5 ๕ Ethiopic 500 ፭፻
etc, there are 18 numbers for each numeral system, from 0 to 10, also 50, 100, 500, 1000, 10000.
The MySql query is this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-02 at 19:09
The encoding isn't the issue, it's about using
max(case when NUM_ID = 4 then TEXT else 'N/A' end) as '4', <-- the string
'N/A' is greater than the string
'IV', in alphabetic order, and then, the
'N/A' is selected over the
'IV', or anything that has sorting order lesser than
'N/A'. That's why the letter
'O' works, because it's after
A workaround would be to replace the string
'N/A' by the value
I've got the following JSON file, translation.json, containing a key called "greeting" and a value containing the language the greeting is written in....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-01 at 10:59
Here's what you're looking for.
I am trying to deploy my Django project using Ubuntu and apache webserver. When I transferred my project to the Ubuntu web server and tested it in development, everything went fine. However when changed to production, I experienced file not found problem and I suspect this problem is related to my setings.py, but I am unable to troubleshoot it further. The error I see in production when accessing my site is:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-13 at 12:58
It is as commented by Ivan Starostin that one should give the absolute path in to the file in the production environment. Also using reverse url can also work in this case as suggested in the comment.
As i input english letter, it returns correct crc. However, i input "ក" (Khmer language), the result is far far different.
This is the checksum i've been comparing https://crccalc.com/
Is there a way that we could convert these code for better result??...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-05 at 06:18
charCodeAt() gives you the UTF-16 character code, which is a 16-bit value. That is not a byte. Your CRC code takes bytes. What you're doing discards the high eight bits of each character code, which makes no sense.
The sequence of bytes that gives the CRC
e1 9e 80, which is the UTF-8 representation of ក. You need to convert the character to UTF-8 and then compute the CRC on that sequence of bytes.
The problem I have here is googletrans API suddenly stopped working, just like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-30 at 19:22
According to the documentation
googletrans, https://pypi.org/project/googletrans/, "is an unofficial library using the web API of translate.google.com".
They specifically state:
Due to limitations of the web version of google translate, this API does not guarantee that the library would work properly at all times (so please use this library if you don’t care about stability)
and suggest to use the official Google Translate API (click here).
For further reading I highly suggest the following sources:
I am trying to get a form from the rest framework using ajax I already tried the ajax get method on other thing and it worked for me now I am trying to use the POST method to grab the form but i am facing difficulties my current HTML code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-24 at 18:45
The data sent in your ajax request cannot be understood by Django rest.
Response from Django:
I have the following code which works well:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-28 at 14:38
The only way I could seem to get it to work, was with:
I'm trying to work out why this won't work:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-02 at 09:52
The title is in
charset=gb2312 which requires to be decoded into perl internal representation.
Following code demonstrates decoding and output to console the title for this particular website.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-25 at 11:02
I'm not sure this is the exact answer to the OP but here is my two-cents.
In my opinion it is better to keep the geographical data separate from the non geographical data. So first I created some function
stateNGData (non geographical data). This function return an object with a method
shufffle for easy shuffling of the state language. I then created the object data.
In this way it is easy to retrieve|update what ever information about the state in question.
Alright, Im following https://medium.com/@phylypo/text-classification-with-scikit-learn-on-khmer-documents-1a395317d195 and https://scikit-learn.org/stable/tutorial/text_analytics/working_with_text_data.html trying to classify text based on category. My dataframe is laid out like this and named
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-10 at 08:05
The mistake I believe is in these lines:
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You can use khmer like any standard Python library. You will need to make sure that you have a development environment consisting of a Python distribution including header files, a compiler, pip, and git installed. Make sure that your pip, setuptools, and wheel are up to date. When using pip it is generally recommended to install packages in a virtual environment to avoid changes to the system.
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