Category : arrays

I’m trying to filter a Json array using Python based on multiple conditions. My Json is similar to this (no root name): { "id": "123455", "outter": { "inner": [ { "nox": "abc:6666", "code": "1329", } ], }, "topic": { "reference": "excel" }, "date1": "1990-07-28T03:52:44-04:00", "finalDate": "1990-07-28T03:52:44-04:00" } { "id": "123435", "outter": { "inner": [ { ..

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If I place dcc.Graph elements hardcoded in the layout: app.layout = html.Div( html.Div([ dcc.Graph(id=’graph-hammer’), dcc.Graph(id=’graph-saw’), dcc.Interval(id=’interval-component’, interval=1000, n_intervals=0)])) I get my desired result of 2 graphs plotted without problems. But if I create a list of dcc.Graph elements using append: list_graphs = [] for t in tools: list_graphs.append(html.Div(dcc.Graph(id=’graph-‘ + t))) app.layout = html.Div( html.Div([ list_graphs, ..

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I’ve been working on optimizing some Euclidean distance transform calculations for a program that I’m building. To preface, I have little formal training in computer science other than some MOOCs I’ve been taking. I’ve learned through empirical testing in Python that assigning values to individual variables and performing operations on them is faster than performing ..

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