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- Generates the endpoint for the given event
- Schedules a function
- Return the before request
- Check if username and password match
- Adds a sidebar
- List columns
- Add a component
- Logs success message
- Send a message
- Pack x into msgpack
- Log a warning message
- Log an error message
- Add a sidebar
- Log an informational message
- Log a message
- Runs up the graph
- Do all plots
- Return the object
- Return the list of columns for the sidebar
- Returns the set of imported components
- Instantiate the progress tag
- Insert a tag into a string
- Set the minimum size
- Set the minimum number of pixels
- Set the size of the image
- Set the free fraction
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I am making a project where I need to make an html canvas with raining bowtie images. Here is my js:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-18 at 18:09
You can create a new image with the
Image constructor. You already did that, however, the arguments that the constructor accepts are the
width and the
height of the image, not the url. You need the
src property of the image to reference the image file.
And since you only use 1 single image, that isn't changing, you only have to create and load it once. You can reuse the same image for as many times as you want.Starting the loop
Now, you need to start the loop after all the images (which in this case is one) has been loaded. Listen for the
onload event on the image and call the
setInterval function whenever the image is loaded.
setInterval will start of the rendering here, so there is no need to call
requestAnimationFrame(animate) anywhere else.
I am very new to coding so I'm not really sure how to approach this. I wanted to look at some data that we got and sequence them using Bismark. I already used Trim Galore to pare the reads, now I wanted to get the data into Bismark. However, I'm not exactly sure how to approach this. In the documentation it said that it required Perl to run so I downloaded Perl along with the Bismark zip file from github. I also downloaded the bowtie2 zip file and extracted both the zip files into the same directory. I then opened up the Perl command prompt and set the directory to one with my extracted folders. I put this line in:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-11 at 20:03
bowtie2 only supports Linux and macOS natively. If you want to use
bismark on Windows you can try install it via a *nix emulation systems like
MSYS2, or simply use WSL. I tested this on Windows 11 with WSL with Ubuntu 20.04:
Downloaded bowtie2-2.4.4-linux-x86_64.zip and extracted to
Downloaded Bismark-0.23.1.zip and extracted to
Code written in java
I'm trying to print the user's input amount of "*" on the same line.
Here is what I have:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-05 at 02:19
This is because the checks you used. To be short, check this modified script:
I have two
dataframe as below:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-21 at 08:46
I am writing a code to create a new sheet with a user defined name and code name. Then add multiple shapes with user defined text inside the shapes in new sheet vertically down. The number of shapes will be based on number of cells selected by user in the 1st sheet. When I try run the written code for adding shapes in new sheet "Run time error '438' Object does not support this property or method" pops up. I tried running the same code with existing sheet and it runs fine. Can someone help identify the error and provide solution?
PS: I'm not coder so little layman language solution would help. The code is attached and debugging line is
Set S = BN.Shapes.AddShape(msoShapeRectangle, 20, a, 200, 100). The existing sheet codename is "Tool" and the new sheet codename which will be added is based on user input defined with variable
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-19 at 08:45
Please, test the next adapted code:
I have a Python server app running in a Python:alpine container. The server app makes use of different biological pipelines such as BLAST or Bowtie and others (all applications on their own without networking functionality).
Would it be better to install the third-party software in the Python:alpine container of the server app, or to have separate containers for each app? I think the second one would make more sense.
However, if I now have 3+ containers with my server app, BLAST, Bowtie, etc., how do I access these third-party apps from my server app?
Another advantage of having multiple containers would be that images exist on Docker hub for all the apps my server app requires.
To be clear, it is not about sharing data between containers (e.g. volumes, binds), but to make direct calls to apps in other containers....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-07 at 23:18
Let me address the question that I think is most important to you.
Assuming the containers are running on the same host, there are (>)2 ways:preferred:
Using this mechanism, the container's port(s) are mapped to host port(s)
In Snakemake, conda environments can be easily set up by defining rules as such
conda: "envs/my_environment.yaml". This way, YAML files specify which packages to install prior to running the pipeline.
Some software requires a path to third-party-software, to execute specific commands.
An example of this is when generating a reference index with RSEM (example from GitHub page DeweyLab - RSEM):...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-15 at 06:34
There are two ways that I've dealt with this.1: Let Conda Handle PATH
That specific option (
--star-path) only needs to be specified if STAR is not on PATH. However, if STAR is included in your YAML for this rule, then Conda will place it on PATH as part of the environment activation, and so that option won't be needed. Same goes for
--bowtie-path. Hence, for such a rule the YAML might be something like:
I have a list ('dummy"). I want to extract ONLY the values related to the best 'Score'. For example, from the list I should have the following values extracted:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-15 at 18:51
You can try this one.
This question is related to this other one: How can I read data from a list and index specific values into Elasticsearch, using python?
I have written a script to read a list ("dummy") and index it into Elasticsearch. I converted the list into a list of dictionaries and used the "Bulk" API to index it into Elasticsearch. The script used to work (check the attached link to the related question). But it is no longer working after adding "timestamp" and the function "initialize_elasticsearch".
So, what is wrong? Should I be using JSON instead of the list of dictionaries?
I have also tried using only 1 dictionary of the list. In that case there is no error but nothing gets indexed.
THIS IS THE ERROR
THIS IS THE LIST (dummy)...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-07 at 16:09
This somewhat cryptic error msg is telling you that you need to pass single objects instead of an array of them to the bulk helpers.
So you need to rewrite your
generate_actions fn like so:
I have a list (see LIST) that I want to send to a dictionary.
But I do not want to send all the data. Just some values (see SOME VALUES/FEATURES) which happen to repeat many times. For example, the word "Model: xxx" appears like 7 times. "xxx" is the name of the model and it will change.
So far I can only put in the dictionary the last values of the list. How can I put all the values from the list into the dictionary?
Time(ms): xxx ---There are 2 of these, I do not know if it is possible to extract ONLY the second one. But if not, no problem. Extracting both will be fine.--
THIS IS THE CODE - ATTEMPT 1...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-25 at 15:53
If I understood your question correctly (it's a little hard to understand what you're really looking for), this code will happily put all of the data into a dict-of-lists:
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You can use bowtie 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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