kandi X-RAY | ete Summary
kandi X-RAY | ete Summary
Python package for building, comparing, annotating, manipulating and visualising trees. It provides a comprehensive API and a collection of command line tools, including utilities to work with the NCBI taxonomy tree.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Main function .
- Schedule a workflow .
- Validate this section .
- Perform Robisson Folds algorithm .
- Process a single node .
- Render a tree .
- Render an image .
- Saves a scene .
- Render a tree .
- Returns a decision tree for the given node .
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I have to complete this script for a beginner BASH class but it seems like without the first line, my script fully execute its task but when I added the http / https verification (FIRST LINE) it don't go through the rest of it. Could you explain to me why? When I remove the quiet option of my grep I see that it work perfectly but it won't continue to read the script until the wget....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-11 at 12:56
The issue is about precedence. You need to put the error message and the exit within braces. If grep fails it prints the error message, if it succeeds, it exits.
Try this instead:
Currently I am working on Named Entity Recognition in the medical domain using Camembert, precisely using the model: TFCamembert.
However I have some problems with the fine-tuning of the model for my task as I am using a private dataset not available on Hugging Face.
The data is divided into text files and annotation files. The text file contains for example:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-11 at 11:04
Try transforming your data into the correct format, before feeding it to
Here is the problem, in a working unit test. I think it's either a bug in DBI + DBD::mysql, with respect to how it handles MySQL JSON columns, or a bug in my brain....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-16 at 00:01
So, the answer I'm seeking now is a backward-compatible workaround, i.e., a workaround that won't break if/when DBD::mysql is fixed. Double-decoding would not be good.
You could try to determine if the JSON decode bug is present by creating a test table where you insert a non-ascii character that has a known UTF-8 encoding with byte length greater than one. For example:
In my Symfony project, I created a controller and a function to retrieve the content of an APi.json from a site.
I am using HttpClient to grab the content and embed it into a new file in the project.
However when I call this function, I have an error writing the new file:
Http2StreamException> Http2StreamException> TransportException
Body size limit exceeded
this error comes from this piece of code :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-27 at 01:42
So the limit you are facing comes from the $bodySizeLimit property of the Request class, which has a default value from a const there.
But you can "unlock" it, as this example in the repo itself tries to explain
so basically, you might adjust your code like this:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-03 at 23:32
Here is a flexbox sample of your code and need some change, good luck.
I have a complex nested dictionary structured like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-05 at 09:13
I was able to get about 25 % faster by combining the three processes.
I am trying to call a function to print a receipt using Django in an html file. The function has 1 variable print_order_receipt(number) where the number is the order number fetched from Shopify API. This is the HTML code I did:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-09 at 12:16
The first parameter of a function-based view is always the request, so:
I'm trying to parse Json in VBA. I'm collecting data from an API that returns a json format in a string. I use JsonConverter to parse my string. Now when i want to search on it, i got an error 13 incompatibility type.
See my Java API below :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-16 at 15:24
Just a quick test:
I used the JSON string you gave and the value you gave for
codeAffString to build a minimal reproducible example and it does not produce any errors:
I just finished the dev of my react app and ran
npm run build to get my production version.
Everything works but some CSS styling...
Everything just looks perfect in my dev version but for some reason it doesn't in my build version.
Here are the problems :
My popup in dev :
My popup in build :
Here's the code for my popup :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-14 at 17:43
I finally found the solution !
for some unknown reason, webpack was adding ";" before some class names in my minified built CSS.
I solved the problem by simply deleting these extra ";" and know everything works as expected
Have been working in Google Sheets on a general table containing approximately a thousand texts. In one column derived form the column containing the texts in their original "written" form, are ngrams (words and the like) extracted from them, and listed in alphabetic order, one list of ngrams corresponding to each text. I’ve been trying without success to derive a second column, from these lists of such ngrams, from which I want to remove instances of certain ngrams of which I have a list (a long list, hundreds of ngrams, and a list to which I could make additions later). In other words, from the text mining vocabulary, I want to remove stop words from lists of tokens.
I tried with SPLIT and REGEXREPLACE functions, or a combination of both, but with no success....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-02 at 12:40
I'm not sure if I understand you correctly. If you want to remove some words from some string then basically it can be done this way:
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