To return the relative frequency in 1 million words of the word "smartass", query:
and extract the result from the json returned, e.g. with python like (the score is NOT the count):
_wait = 0.5
response = None
I can recommend SqlKata for this purpose. It's a .NET library that helps in building SQL queries for different DB engines and optionally to execute them, by using a similar syntax to what you posted.
About your requirements:
Anything that lets me add tables, restrictions, projected columns, subqueries, etc., in an arbitrary order (i.e. not necessarily ...
I like visjs as a pure JS solution.
With R I'd use the visNetwork Package to export dataframes (=tables) to JS-based plots (based on vis.js), but here are many other libraries.
Here is an example:
nodes <- data.frame(id = 1:4)
edges <- data.frame(from = c(2,4,3,2), to = c(1,2,4,3))
visNetwork(nodes, edges, width = "100%") %>%...
VMime is a C++ email library that supports IMAP as well as POP3 and SMTP.
It is free, GNU GPL licensed software
Fully RFC compliant implementation
Easy to use and intuitive design
Well documented C++ code
You might be able to get the output of a command by redirecting output to a file and reading that file. The following should work on most platforms:
from os import system
system("yourcommand 1> logfile.txt 2>&1") # add " &" (without quotes) to the end of the command string to skip waiting for execution to complete. Note that you'll need to ...
This is called a network diagram, and you can use (for instance) the free desktop app Gephi or igraph to plot these.
Usually the input data is given either
as a nodelist and an edgelist
as an adjacency matrix --that's what you mentioned?
in other forms
You make these plots by filtering the graphs, and plotting subsets.
I personally would use R and the ...
Depends on what you want.
Boost has two geometry libraries, boost::geometry which is not robust but has advanced stuff like non-euclidean geometry (such as latitude/longitude on the Earth) and boost::polygon which is robust but doesn't have as many features.
CGAL is another popular one, which is also robust but can sometimes be slow. Some parts of CGAL are ...
I have spent some hours under this issue and via lots of testing I found that when you put a white border around the aztec code image, then it works quite well and fast :-) I use it in my app: //for the barcode bitmap (string) scanning: implementation 'com.google.zxing:core:3.3.3' //FOR THE CAMERA SCANNING: implementation 'com.journeyapps:zxing-android-...
I would suggest keeping an eye out for pandas official documentation on IO. One's option keeps changing based on the development cycle and new formats get added all time. They also publish the benchmark.
I don't think that there's a complete implementation out there.
But I guess those projects are the nearest solutions you might find:
depending on what you need you might make use of projects that connect to the traditional interpreters.
Disclaimer: My JS skills are intermediate. This is my opinion:
jQuery is a simple single file that gives you browser-independence for (a) manipulating the DOM and (b) to perform AJAX requests. It gives you -without much effort- the ability to write such JS code that works on legacy browsers down to IE8 (if you need that).
Consider using the DocumentConverter class from the Leadtools.Document.Sdk Nuget Package. You can use this class to take in your SVG as an input file and convert it to a number of supported Image and document formats, including PNG. (Disclaimer: I am an employee of this package’s vendor).
The C# code to use this would look like the following:
For your problem I recommend hazelcast.
Made for extensive read operations.
Allow you to write custom serialization and deserialization classes which decrease CPU cost while reading and writing.
Allow you to run SQL query on top of your map.
Allow you to make indexes on map variables which makes custom retrieval so ...
Syncfusion Essential PDF is a feature rich and high-performance .NET Core PDF library that allows you to add robust PDF functionalities to any ASP.NET Core applications. It allows you to create, read, and edit PDF documents programmatically. This library also offers functionality to merge, split, stamp, forms, and secure PDF files.
Syncfusion Essential PDF ...
Logstash is a tool to process and transform data from multiple sources.
As you might guess from the name, is mainly used to extract and format data from logs and send it to a storage (e.g: Elastic Search).
It is configured using a DSL with the following components:
inputs: it could be a file in you example
filters: for instance, grok, that allows you to ...
Too long for a comment, but not really an answer, because there is not really a question :-/
It depends on your requirements (if you edit your question to give those, it will be un-held and we will answer). Welcome aboard, bit please read [ask]. We don’t do “best” questions – one man’s best is another man’s worst; see Is it acceptable to use 'best' in a ...
Does anyone know of such a library or will I have to build one on my own?
I think you might have to build your own. That said, I could possibly offer some advice, having had similar ideas earlier:
What you are thinking about is what most code completion tools do -- analyze the structure of the code to offer completion. So perhaps study how some of the ...
There are many libraries to perform such a task. Here's the ones that caught my attention:
php-qrcode: simple, but supports many options:
echo '<img src="'.(new QRCode)->render("hello world").'" />';
$qrCode = new QrCode('Life is too short to be generating QR codes');
You may want to have a look at Open Lowcode PDF (disclaimer: I am the author of this framework).
A first pre-production version was just released today on github. Feel free to have a look and provide feedback.
THe library aims at creating quickly forms and corporate documents.
The library is free and open-source, and also appropriate to incorporate in ...
Why not trying https://github.com/JPro-one/markdown-javafx-renderer? It is based on flexmark-java.
Example application: https://github.com/jpro-one/markdown-javafx-renderer/blob/master/example/src/main/java/com/sandec/mdfx/ExampleMDFX.java
MDFXNode mdfx = new MDFXNode("your-markdown");
If you are interested in a commercial solution, you can check out the LEADTOOLS OCR SDK. There is no machine training needed and it can run straight out of the box. Disclaimer: I am an employee of this company.
OCR can be performed on an image with only a few lines of code:
OcrEngine ocrEngine = OcrEngineManager.createEngine(OcrEngineType.LEAD);