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kandi X-RAY | obvious Summary
Obvious is an architecture framework. The goal is to provide architectural structure for a highly testable system that is obvious to understand and where both the front end UI and back end infrastructure are treated as implementation details independent of the app logic itself.
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def sparse_tensor_dense_matmul(sp_a, b, adjoint_a=False, adjoint_b=False, name=None): # pylint: disable=line-too-long """M
def transform(node, ctx, config=None): """Converts the given node to A-normal form (ANF). The general idea of A-normal form: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A-normal_form The specific converters used here are based on Python AST semantics as
def ragged_tensor_getitem(rt_input, key): """Returns the specified piece of this RaggedTensor. Supports multidimensional indexing and slicing, with one restriction: indexing into a ragged inner dimension is not allowed. This case is problem
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I've come across an issue of trying to fade the edges of the background image of a div so that it looks like it's blending with the background image of the full site (so the background image applied to the body)....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-16 at 02:49
You can use the background as gradient where the edges are rgba(0,0,0,0). This way it will smoothly blend with background. But this will not work for images. For images You will have to a div of background color and rgba(0,0,0,0) in gradient with color facing outward.
I am trying to have a number of columns with exact widths, and their heights split evenly between some number of elements. For some reason, despite my indicating an exact
200px width on each column, they are instead getting a computed width of
162px somehow. Chrome dev tools is showing some weird arrow thing indicating that it it was shrunk from it's intended size for some reason. I've even tried removing all of the content from the div's as possible so as to rule out some weird interaction with the size of children.
The html for the relevant area is this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 20:20
display: flex turns the sizing of child elements over to the flex container. If you don't want the individual elements to resize, set
flex-shrink: 0, and
flex-basis: 200px. You can do all three using the
I am new to rust and I was reading up on using
async / await in rust, and built a simple tcp server using it. I then decided to write a quick benchmark, by sending requests to the server at a constant rate, but I am having some strange issues.
The below code should send a request every 0.001 seconds, and it does, except the program reports strange run times. This is the output:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 20:06
You are not measuring the elapsed time correctly:
total_send_timemeasures the duration of the
spawn()call, but as the actual task is executed asynchronously,
start_in.elapsed()does not give you any information about how much time the task actually takes.
ran intime, as measured by
start.elapsed()is also not useful at all. As you are using blocking sleep operation, you are just measuring how much time your app has spent in the
Last but not least, your
time_to_sleepcalculation is completely incorrect, because of the issue mentioned in point 1.
Given MySQL tables something like this1:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 13:49
If there is a one-to-one mapping, you can
join back using the type column:
I have a Spring Boot app with a Kafka Listener implementing the BatchAcknowledgingMessageListener interface. When I receive what should be a single message from the topic, it's actually one message for each line in the original message, and I can't cast the message to a ConsumerRecord.
The code producing the record looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 17:48
You are missing the listener type configuration so the default conversion service sees you want a list and splits the string by commas.
The highest Y position that is shown in my camera is 5 and -5. For the X its 10. I'm making a tower defense game and I want the tower to follow my mouseposition after I buy it until I click on a place in the track to build/ place it. I got so confused because I couldn't see my tower at all but now I realized that my mouse coordinates are HUGE. It's up to the hundreds on each axis. My screen obviously can't fit that. I tried even dividing the mouseposition in a vector 2 by 45 and making an offset so it can fit well. Unfortunately I have to change the values depending on the screen size so that can't work. I don't know if it matters but here's my script? This script get's called after the tower gets instantiated from the store. The store button is in the canvas if that helps? Maybe the canvas is why everything is off? How do I fix it?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 15:03
Input.MousePosition is measured in terms of pixels on your screen. Let's say you have a 1080p monitor - 1920 x 1080 - which is pretty common these days, that means
Input.MousePosition will be in the following range when your game is fullscreen:
- x: 0 to 1919
- y: 0 to 1079
The actual world units - the units as seen in your scene - don't matter at all and can be basically anything.
Another thing of note is that your gameworld is 3D and the physical screen is 2D. Assuming your camera is looking into open space in your world, a single pixel on the screen is represented by an infinite line in the 3D world. This line is called a ray, and you can turn a 2D screen position into a ray via Camera.ScreenPointToRay, and then find what 3D objects that line intersects with via a Physics.Raycast.
I am having a dataset which contains the absolute HIV cases of four US State over 2 years.
There are three columns
date (Jan 2018, Feb 2018 ...) ,
state (CA, NY, FL, MA) , and
abs_cases in the data frame. I am ignoring the population changes in those 2 years in the respective states.
I now want to calculate the relative cases for each state using the population for each state which I googled. (I will just use fantasy numbers here)
pop<- "CA"= 11111, "NY"= 22222, "FL"= 33333,"MA"= 444444.
I already tried using...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 14:40
Without an example dataset, here is my guess at what you are trying to do. You can convert
pop into a dataframe using
enframe and join it to
state. Then, you can compute the cases per population by each State in each month.
I have a data frame with the name of the objects, the values of each one, and another column with the type of the object ('A', 'B', 'C'). Something like that (I can't put here my data because the data frame is too large, but this example may help)NameId Value Type 1 243394 A 2 7494 B 3 243394 C 4 243394 A 5 2437794 B 6 243 C 7 65654 C
I want to plot the boxplot of all the objects (this means A, B and C together), and the objects of the type 'A' and 'B'. Three boxplots in total. But doing :
ggplot(data, aes(x=type, y= values))+ geom_boxplot()
I get the boxplots of the types A, B, and C, obviously, but what I want is have a boxplot with all the objects, another with the objects type A and another with the object type B.
And when I try to do it in another way I get the error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 14:37
iris data set as an example.
Iris contains three Species: setosa versicolor virginica.
To solve your question, we need to use the dataset twice.
First, with the Species name renamed "All Species" using
And second, with the Species 'setosa' excluded through
Then we use
union function to merge the two data sets (the "all data", and the data excluding one group).
There are so many questions around that deal with finding the most common value in an array, but all of them return the "first" element in case of a tie. I need the highest value from the list of tied elements, imagine something like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 14:30
Not sure how you'd go about solving this with Numpy, as there is no way to alter the tie-breaking logic of
argmax, but you can do it with
I have a two dimensional numpy arrays which describes a list of coordinates where something happens. There are two events on the scene and I would like to calculate where those two are. But I do have difficulties to distinguish those two since there isn't any good pattern from event to event.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 13:53
There are all manner of clustering algorithms and many are implemented in scikit-learn.cluster. They are well documented and the docs have nice examples, but the various algorithms have trade-offs which can take a while to figure out. For example if you have a general idea about how spaced the clusters are (reflected in the
epsilon parameter) you can get good results with DBSCAN:
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