One way to do this is to use the LEADTOOLS Multimedia toolkit and its Streaming SDK. (Disclosure: I'm a LEADTOOLS employee).
The toolkit has Win32 C/C++ APIs, so you will most likely be able to use it with your current project. It includes documentation and demos that show how to implement the following features that should achieve your requirements:
I was looking for sequelize. Protipp: check out sequelize auto migrations, it can be found on https://sequelize.org/. It allows the creation of SQL relational data schemas within JS. One problem is, is that migration need to either be written manually, or the SQL shema be created before deployment. This can be solved by sequelize auto migrations, which will ...
A few tips that might help:
You can use the "embedded" python distribution to provide a local, non-system, python for your code. (See the downloads section for each python release for the embedded distributions download). You will need to provide one or more compiled stub executables that start the embedded interpreter and load/run your python ...
You can also use this simple to use website
Where you can create input fields,labels,buttons,checkboxes,radiobox,listbox and messages of your application by drag and drop.You can also customize any of them to the color and look you want.
After that, you can download the complete python code of the visual.
Chatwoot is an open-source customer support solution written in Ruby (better than PHP) that helps companies engage their customers on their website, Facebook page, Twitter, Whatsapp, SMS, email, etc. It is an open-source alternative to Intercom, Drift, Freshchat, etc.
this Holmes Project would be very useful in your case, Build on SpaCy, this is specifically for English and German language, I haven't tried it yet, but looks promising, you can get to know everything in the Readme. Here is the Demo . you can also find Github repo where extensive readme is available.
I can suggest you the following, which are well maintained ...
You can find the current ASCII-based Arabic transliteration methods here:
None of them does what you are asking for. Are you sure there are enough alphabetic letters for mapping all Arabic symbols? If you are, it seems you need to come up with your own transliteration scheme. If you come up ...
The company I work for has a library for Windows that supports many vector formats, including SVG and DXF.
Although the vector DLLs are mainly for C/C++, it should be easy to call them from other languages like Java, as shown in this forum post:
HOWTO: Call a LEADTOOLS API Function from Java
The code to load an SVG file and save it as DXF looks like this:
So, assuming such a software doesn't exist (which I am not sure of, spark users may come from SQL and have had such requirements before). What I think would need to be done if one were to write one:
parse the SQL. In a way that gives you a sensible model you can work with. Here is a question where exactly this is asked. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/...
if your columns are strictly numeric, and ideally non-null, you can try Principal Components Analysis, PCA. That's one of the oldest techniques of multiimensional analysis.
Performing the PCA can be done in a single line of code. After all, it's a variant of a matrix factorization. If I remember correctly.
However, the interpretation of the components is ...
One way would be to plot the real part vs the imaginary part of the data. There is probably no dependence but you may find the real part is a function of the imaginary part (maybe linearly). And also the PCA as sussested by @knb.