kandi X-RAY | galaxy Summary
kandi X-RAY | galaxy Summary
Data intensive science for everyone.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Add routes to the webapp .
- Validate configuration .
- Map a tool to a destination .
- Load datatypes .
- Generate a sub table from results .
- Fetch a given target .
- Prepare the Galaxy tool configuration file .
- Set metadata port .
- Helper function to search jobs .
- Guess file extension .
galaxy Key Features
galaxy Examples and Code Snippets
$ git clone 'https://github.com/galaxyproject/galaxy-hub.git' $ cd galaxy-hub $ yarn install $ yarn develop $ yarn build
ansible-galaxy collection install community.windows collections: - name: community.windows
Trending Discussions on galaxy
EDIT: I have changed the question to new code that produces the same error and is more reliable in doing so.
I have been struggling to find a segmentation fault in my code for a while now and have boiled it down to the following code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-31 at 13:16
Looks like a bug in GSL. Please report :-)
TL;DR how can I have an Android sensor permanently running/active/registered for my app, even if I close it?
I'm making a Flutter application that counts your steps using the pedometer package,
which uses the built-in sensor
TYPE_STEP_COUNTER of Android,
which returns the # of steps taken since last boot (iOS). On Android, any steps taken before installing the app are not counted.
How I implemented it:
- When the app is actively running in the foreground, each step causes
myStepCountto increment by 1.
- In all other cases (phone locked, went to home-screen, closed the app...), the android
TYPE_STEP_COUNTERsensor should still be running in the background, and once I open my app again, the difference between new
stepCountand last saved
stepCount(saved using shared_prefs) will be calculated and added to
TYPE_STEP_COUNTER sensor must be permanently running/stay registered in the background, even after I lock my phone, go to the home-screen, or close the app...
- On my Samsung Galaxy A02s, my app works perfectly fine, as it it supposed to
(as described above). That is because on that phone I also have the
Google Fit app installed, which tracks your steps 24/7 (so the
TYPE_STEP_COUNTERsensor is permanently registered).
- On my Samsung Galaxy S7, my app does not work as it's supposed to.
myStepCountgets incremented when I take steps while the app is running in the foreground. But steps taken while the app is closed will NOT be added to
myStepCountonce I open the app again.
Note: I don't have any other step-counting-apps like Google Fit on this phone.
I need to find a way to register the
TYPE_STEP_COUNTER sensor from my Flutter app, and keep it registered even after I close the app.
2 Attempted (but unsuccessful) Solutions:
Calling Native Android Code from my Flutter Code to register the sensor
This is my
main.dart file (with the unimportant parts left out for simplicity):
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-09 at 22:13
Update: I've contacted one of the developers of the pedometer package, and he suggested me to use flutter_foreground_service (which is developed by the same team/company as pedometer). It works.
But I would still find it interesting, if there is another way (maybe similar to my 2 failed attempts).
I have implemented biometric authentication in my application with biometric level BIOMETRIC_STRONG (Class 3). The fingerprint authentication is working as expected but I couldn't able to test the face authentication on any of my devices (Samsung Galaxy S10, Oppo A3S, etc.). I think the face authentication in those devices is not falling under Class 3.
Are there any Android devices with BIOMETRIC_STRONG (Class 3) face authentication? It would be helpful if someone can provide a list....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-02 at 10:46
Pixel 4 is currently the only device with face authentication that qualifies as BIOMETRIC_STRONG (Class 3).
Face authentication was not added to pixel 5, and looks like there are no plans to add it back with Pixel 6 either.
This is true as of 5th October 2021, but there might be more devices that support in the future.
They know how to implement the scroll by bezel (Galaxy watch 4 Classic) in wear os 3.0 with jetpack compose
In the documentation it mentions the use of ScalingLazyListState or ScrollState but so far the scroll with the rotating bezel of my device has not been recognized.
if anyone has information or an example it would help me a lot.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-28 at 17:27
In Wear Compose Alpha 15, it is now supported.
I've been trying to write a simple vibration app for my Samsung Galaxy 4 watch but am having an issue. The watch will not vibrate when the screen is off. It will only vibrate when my application is open. Any ideas why this is? Here is some of my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-23 at 13:20
The app should be in foreground for the vibration to happen.
Maybe relevant Android Play Vibration from Foreground Service
My app requires precise user location because it requires the user to be at specific locations to perform tasks. I have followed the documentation for the proper way to request both
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-21 at 05:14
AndroidManifest.xml to the generated file in the built app (using the "Analyze APK" feature in Android Studio), I discovered that the generated APK file had the following entry:
I was having a hard time figuring out how to phrase this. Sorry if this is a noob question, I'm new to responsive design and mobile web design in general.
My phone (Galaxy s10e) will render my webpage as if it's 360 pixels wide, with all elements positioned appropriately based on this width. I have several image tags on the site that are the same width. I was using src images that are 360px wide, and this looks fine on desktop because it is actually rendering my images at 360px, but on mobile the images alone appear to be rendering at a much higher resolution, causing it to look terrible due to upscaling.
If someone could explain to me what is happening here it would really help, since I can't find information on this specific behavior. Some questions I have:
- Is the browser choosing to position the elements based on a 360px width while rendering the actual content at the screen's resolution?
- How do I account for this in my design? I considered rendering the images at the higher resolution and then having the page dynamically scale those images down (so even though the actual div is 360px, the browser can use the 'extra space' allotted by max-width to render the image at a higher resolution), but I want the images to remain 360px wide on desktop, not the higher max-width for mobile rendering.
- Where can I learn all about this behavior so I know how to tackle responsive image scaling in the future?
Thank you for your time. Let me know if you have any other questions. I'm using ReactJS to develop the site....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-08 at 01:22
OK so in a nutshell pixels are relative sizes. One pixel is not literally one pixel on your phone.
What happens is PPI kicks in and basically zooms in to make things readable.
Because if you actually tried to view 360px on a phone with that pixel density you'd see nothing really.
So lets look at some phone specs:
5.90 x 2.77 x 0.31 INCH
Resolution 1440 x 3040 PX ~ 550 PIXELS PER INCH
Viewport 360 x 760 PX 138 PIXELS PER INCH
Now the viewport is what you actually see on screen. in this case it give you a pixel ratio of like 4. So that means your phone has a resolution 4 times that of it's viewport.
so for a web app where a div is set to 200px wide it will display 200px as you'd expect it based on the viewport but this div is actually 800px wide relative to your phones resolution.
Now pictures don't need this limitation. Whats the point in a high res display if your pictures only display 200px with a pixel density one fourth of your screens capability.
So a picture lives in a dual reality on your phone. It has a box size which is the size of the image relative to your viewport but the image itself inside the box lives within your resolution relative to your devices total screen pixels.
So when you have and image that's 200px in the viewport its display resolution is actually 800px. So when you put a picture that's only 200px and have it on a screen that does viewport scaling which nowadays is pretty much everything you're effectively stretching that image to four times its actual size. or what ever the screen pixel density ratio to viewport is. AKA it looks like crap.
And to answer your needs on this I'm just going to direct you here to MOZ who will go over the whys and how's as well as show you what to do to combat this.
Combating element position is pretty easy you just use :
I want to let the user switch the whole document between LTR and RTL. Some CSS properties have
end values that follow the direction of the document. Most geometrical relations are though absolute.
if dir is ltr
use padding-left: 65px;
if dir is rtl
use padding-right: 65px;
Edit: Here is i complete list of logical properties and values, so adding a conditional properties may not be needed altogether. Note though that some or all will not work on few years old browsers. My 4yo Galaxy s8 for instance, has never updated its native browser who did not support logical.
Edit2: See now that
float: inline-start and inline-end are only supported by Firefox, so back to conditional CSS,
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-23 at 17:10
I tried to cluster my dataset using K-mean, but there is a categorical data in column 9; so when I ran k-mean it had an error like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-17 at 17:31
To solve your specific issue, you can generate dummy variables to run your desired clustering.
One way to do it is using the
dummy_columns() function from the
So I have multi-class classification. I want to compile my model:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-10 at 09:26
You can either convert your labels to one-hot encoded labels and use the
categorical_crossentropy loss function:
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You can use galaxy 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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