ReAgent | Reasoning systems ( Reinforcement Learning | Reinforcement Learning library

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kandi X-RAY | ReAgent Summary

kandi X-RAY | ReAgent Summary

ReAgent is a Python library typically used in Artificial Intelligence, Reinforcement Learning, Tensorflow applications. ReAgent has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. However ReAgent has 8 bugs. You can install using 'pip install ReAgent' or download it from GitHub, PyPI.

A platform for Reasoning systems (Reinforcement Learning, Contextual Bandits, etc.)

            kandi-support Support

              ReAgent has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 3396 star(s) with 513 fork(s). There are 153 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 32 open issues and 75 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 127 days. There are 51 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of ReAgent is 0.1

            kandi-Quality Quality

              ReAgent has 8 bugs (3 blocker, 0 critical, 3 major, 2 minor) and 292 code smells.

            kandi-Security Security

              ReAgent has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              ReAgent code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
              There are 33 security hotspots that need review.

            kandi-License License

              ReAgent is licensed under the BSD-3-Clause License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

            kandi-Reuse Reuse

              ReAgent releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
              Deployable package is available in PyPI.
              Build file is available. You can build the component from source.
              ReAgent saves you 19278 person hours of effort in developing the same functionality from scratch.
              It has 38048 lines of code, 2271 functions and 392 files.
              It has medium code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.

            Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

            kandi has reviewed ReAgent and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into ReAgent implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.
            • Generate training step
            • Add a point to the logger
            • Log metrics
            • Store metrics
            • Estimate a CpeEstimate
            • Log a warning
            • Compute the weight estimate of the Jacobian
            • Calculate the step return value of a step return
            • Returns a Seq2SlateTransformer output
            • Perform the forward computation
            • Performs the validation step
            • Log the reward statistics
            • Evaluate the objective function
            • Performs validation step
            • Forward a single step
            • Generate a single training step
            • Generate training step generator
            • Train a training step
            • Generates training step generator
            • Evaluate the model
            • Estimate CpeEstimate from evaluation data
            • Run anax search
            • Forward computation
            • Create quantile parameters
            • Perform the validation step
            • Evaluate the switch evaluation
            Get all kandi verified functions for this library.

            ReAgent Key Features

            No Key Features are available at this moment for ReAgent.

            ReAgent Examples and Code Snippets

            How to convert list to table using Python?
            Pythondot img1Lines of Code : 8dot img1License : Strong Copyleft (CC BY-SA 4.0)
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            lst = [{"query": ...... }] # your list of dictionaries
            for dic in lst:
               if "name" in dic.keys() and "query" in dic.keys():
                  addToTable(dic["query"], dic["name"])
            how to extract column name for melt function? Python
            Pythondot img2Lines of Code : 22dot img2License : Strong Copyleft (CC BY-SA 4.0)
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            # Create a dummy dataframe with columns similar to yours. 
            df = pd.DataFrame({"respid": range(5),
                               "Fraud (i.e. fabricated or falsified results)": range(5,10), 
                               'Pressure to publish for career advanceme
            copy iconCopy
            df['TotalCountByCycle'] = df.groupby('Cycle')['Reagent'].transform('count')
            Identify the word 'method' from a tag and extract the text
            Pythondot img4Lines of Code : 14dot img4License : Strong Copyleft (CC BY-SA 4.0)
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            soup = bs(r.content.replace('
            divs = soup.find_all('div', class_='materials|methods')
            import xml.etree.ElementTree as et
            root = et.fromstring(r.content)
            for i, sec in enumerate(root.iter('s
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            # add the frame
            self.frames[F] = frame
            # show the frame
            # create a

            Community Discussions


            JavaScript user defined template literal formatting from object
            Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 04:22

            I'd like to allow a user to define a template which is interpolated from an object. For example, I have the object:



            Answered 2021-May-23 at 00:42

            As long as it's just insert field XY and no computation in there, it's fairly simple to build:



            How to prepare a 3rd data.frame from two others
            Asked 2021-Jun-10 at 19:02

            I've constructed a data.frame using the inefficient code below. Can you improve it, noting that if you can think of a better starting point, please include that answer.

            My code takes data from the first two data frames and combines them to give the third. The first data.frame is a grid of 1s and -1s representing low or high values. The second data.frame includes all the information for me to calculate the high or low values. Note that each column has similar calculations but the calculation may differ from column to column.



            Answered 2021-Jun-10 at 19:02

            Consider refactoring with ifelse logic and filtered vectors using a user defined method since logic is very similar but across different columns:



            How do I insert UL element to list
            Asked 2021-May-21 at 20:16

            This is my jQuery script so far:



            Answered 2021-May-21 at 20:14

            To fix this you can use the same methods of creating elements in jQuery as you already are. Simply create the ul in a jQuery object, append that to

            and then append your li to the ul you created. Something like the below. Note that I remove the datatable code as it wasn't relevant to the issue.



            How do I receive edn using a POST handler in Clojure? (and how do I send it)
            Asked 2021-May-06 at 03:27

            I am sending a map via a POST using cljs-http and I want to receive it with a Compojure POST handler and store it in a database. I'm totally confused as what I am supposed to do with the map in transit... there are a lot of options... pr-str, prn, read-string and on and on. On the sending side, it seems cljs-http might coerce my map into edn on it's own. I have no way of knowing without a working Compojure handler. Actually, to be honest, I'm still a bit unclear on what edn is. It's Clojure's data format, that I gather. As far as I can tell, what I am dealing with is actually just converting edn into a string format for shipping and back out. However, the :data value on the request is an object, not a string. A working example of a cljs-http POST and a Compojure POST handler that allows me to work with the original map sent by the client would be awesome. I don't know the purpose of :edn-params in my



            Answered 2021-May-05 at 17:12

            It is typical to encode EDN using Transit for HTTP transfer. Support for content (HTTP body) encoding and decoding is commonplace in clients and servers.

            According to the documentation for cljs-http, to POST a request using Transit+JSON i.e. content-type is application/transit+json:



            Turn hiccup into html in a reagent application
            Asked 2021-May-03 at 06:21

            This might sound a stupid question, but how do I turn a piece of hiccup into html in a ClojureScript reagent application?

            I want something like this :



            Answered 2021-May-03 at 06:21

            I'm not sure why you would want to do this, but it appears one answer is to use the function:

            Normally, your Reagent components only return Hiccup data, and you let reagent.dom/render do all the hard work of reactively "rendering" only the changed components into the DOM.

            P.S. When in doubt, you can often find documentation at Most Clojure projects have a direct link there from their GitHub page (Reagent does, for example). Or, you can go to directly and search there.



            $jscomp not defined in code loaded for clojurescript and reagent
            Asked 2021-Apr-20 at 08:42

            Using clojurescript 1.10.758 and reagent 1.0.0, I am running into an error in which a file index.js tries to reference $jscomp, which is not defined.

            I've seen a number of Stackoverflow and Github issues related to $jscomp being undefined in the context of shadow-cljs, but I'm not using that.

            The problem occurs when I use a development mode build with figwheel (using Leiningen with cljsbuild and the figwheel plugin), and also occurs if I use cljsbuild for a once-only development build. Strangely, if I use webpack to create a bundle, the problem does not occur.

            Before I tried to make webpack work, I did have working code without webpack. Something I changed seems to have affected the non-bundled build. The only change I can thing of was to install react and react-dom using npm, and exclude those packages from reagent in Leiningen's dependencies. But undoing the exclusion didn't make the non-bundled code work again.

            Any suggestions for how to cause $jscomp to be defined when it's first needed?



            Answered 2021-Apr-20 at 08:42

            $jscomp is related to the Closure Compiler and the Polyfills it creates.

            It might be enough to tweak the :language-out :es6 compiler options which is somewhat similar to the :output-feature-set option used by shadow-cljs. The best way to debug this is finding the actual code that is getting polyfilled and why. Might require digging through some compiled JS though.

            shadow-cljs uses the Closure Compiler more extensively than regular CLJS or figwheel but they also use it. Solutions that apply to shadow-cljs pretty much apply to other tools as well. Just the settings may work a little differently.



            Clojure Oz/View! Not Connecting to Browser
            Asked 2021-Apr-14 at 22:31

            I'm trying to do some (simple) plots in Clojure and it seems like Oz would be a great long term solution. However, I'm running into problems just trying to get the example code to run. PS I'm completely new to ClojureScript / Reagent / Hiccup ...

            On the website it shows the following example code:



            Answered 2021-Apr-14 at 22:31

            Try something like the following, which uses my favorite template project.



            How do I find then update values in maps in a series of vectors in Clojure?
            Asked 2021-Apr-02 at 09:56

            What would be an elegant way to find the ba4 values for :foo in a data structure like:

            [[{:foo "ba1"}{:foo "ba2"}] [{:foo "ba3"}{:foo "ba4"}]]

            and add the :bif "baf" key and value so the map(s) containing the key/value I sought so I had:

            [[{:foo "ba1"}{:foo "ba2"}] [{:foo "ba3"}{:foo "ba4" :bif "baf"}]]?

            This is the main thing I am trying to figure out; I do wonder about how you would do this if there were multiple levels of nested maps, but that will be next for me to understand.

            I have, I think, seen various libraries out there for tackling this sort of thing and I'm not at all against using them, though they would have to work in ClojureScript.

            I am trying to update a Reagent atom such that classes will change on a UI element.



            Answered 2021-Apr-02 at 07:04

            Clojure is quite convenient for defining mini-languages for these sorts of things. A general and fairly reusable solution does not have to be much longer than a specialized one. Here is one suggestion if you are not interested in using a library.

            Essentially, you want a function to update a datastructure. This function could be expressed using elementary functions of the same kind that serve as building blocks, making up a mini-language that I referred to before. In this example, the building blocks will be vector-scanner and map-decorator. We combine these functions into my-path that will perform the full update.



            ggplot2: How to split legend by color into a customized legend
            Asked 2021-Mar-26 at 07:02

            I am struggling quite a bit with making the labels of a plot look a certain way. I am using ggplot2 and tidyverse.

            This is what I have:

            I would like to have two headlines (=name) for the legend, one for the cell type HCT, and one for the cell type RKO. Then for HCT and RKO each, I want to have the legend for the Reagent with the respective color, linetype and shape. So basically, I want to break up the color legend into two separate legends. I just can't wrap my head around how to code it. Here is a drawing of what I would like to have instead (for the figure legend; please imagine the orange square is filled in):

            Do I need to change my geom_line and geom_point code in order to achieve the legend style I'd like? Or is there another way to do it? I tried searching for a way to do it but couldn't find anything (maybe I am just not using the correct terms). I already tried following what was done here: How to merge color, line style and shape legends in ggplot and Combine legends for color and shape into a single legend but I couldn't get it to work. (In other words, I tried changing scale_shape_manual etc. to accommodate my wishes with no success. I also attempted to use interaction())

            Note: I decided not to use facet_wrap since I want to show both of the cell types on the same plot. The plot of the real data looks a little different and it's not as overwhelming. I was able to successfully plot a "facet_wrap" plot with ggpubr.

            Note2: I also did not use stat_summary() because I need to take the mean of the same reagent concentration, reagent and cell type. With my data, I did not find a way to make stat_summary work.

            Here is the code that I currently have:



            Answered 2021-Mar-26 at 07:02

            Making use of the ggnewscale package this could be achieved like so:

            1. Convert Cell.Type and Reagent to factors before manipulating the dataset
            2. There is no need for the datasets mutate_0, ... You only need one summary dataset, which I split by Cell.type to simplify the code later on.
            3. To get your desired result plot your data separately for each cell type. That's why I splitted the data by cell type
            4. To get separated legend make use of ggnewscale::new_scale to add a second scale and legend for linetype and shape. Moreover, remove color from the aesthetics and set it as an argument
            5. At least for the snippet of your data your have to add drop=FALSE to both scales to keep unused factor levels.
            6. Finally, to reduce code duplication I make use of a helper function to add the geoms and scales for each Cell.type.



            Clojure collection atom with selected item
            Asked 2021-Mar-15 at 20:49

            What is the best way in Clojure (actually ClojureScript) to accomplish the following:

            • A mutable collection of elements xs, each of type T (T is a map, if we want to be specific)
            • A "selected element" among them, x, which alternates between various xs or a "none selected" state. The number of selected items is either 1 or zero.
            • xs and x will have event listeners listening to them: some listen for any change in xs; some listen to any change in x. (That is, they listen for both an update in the state of the selected item, as well as a switching of which item is selected.) (I'm actually using the Reagent wrapper for React, so this affects when components will update.)
            • Methods to edit x (don't need to edit non-selected xs, though need to be able to add new xs)
            • Given an element in xs, a method to select it. (Including the case of select "none")

            Possibilities I've thought of so far:

            1. Make xs an atom which is a vector of Ts, and make sure every T element knows its own index. Replace x with x_idx which stores the index of the selected item (or nil). Selecting an element just means getting its index and changing x_idx to that index, both of which are constant-time ops. Downsides to this are that it makes the structure a little less elegant and simple: I'm always passing around the index of the selected item, and every operation I want to do has to work with the index instead of the item itself, as it would like to. Since my T objects are small, it would be more pleasing to just have a "selected object" variable which is of type T.
            2. Make xs an atom vector and x an atom which stores a T. Now x is a T, which is nice, but when I want to update info about x, I have to make two calls to reset! or swap!: one for x and one for the element in xs which x represents. Inelegant for obvious reasons. And I have to do these in quick succession or else there will be an inconsistency in the data: in between the two calls, the event listeners listening to xs will see the selected item in one state, and the ones listening to x will see it in another state.
            3. Give T elements a field to tell if they're selected or not, and get rid of x. This would be right if multiple items could be selected at once, but since only one item can be selected, it just makes me do a linear search every time I want the selected item, which sucks.

            The point of this question is not to solve some particular issue (any of the possibilities above work fine for the scope of the small project I'm working on), but to learn about Clojure data structures. This seems like a common enough situation that there would be some structure around it. Responses along the lines of "you should be trying to answer a different question entirely..." are welcome.



            Answered 2021-Mar-15 at 20:49

            You (I) want to look into cursors and reactions, two of the more advanced features of Reagent atoms. They can be used to have a collection and a selected element inside it which is automatically updated. See here for example.

            Suppose you have a r/atom holding vector of objects and you want to have a selected object which can change, and which is directly editable. One way to achieve this is to keep an atom storing the index of the selected item and then


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