I am counting events at my discord bot and I want to visualize how often a message event is called. I’ve got everything done, but now I have a json like this: {"1634461405.4596698": {"messages": 162, "commandusage": 0, "cpu": 16.6, "memory": 17.8}, "1634461465.4637358": {"messages": 298, "commandusage": 12, "cpu": 19.4, "memory": 17.9}, "1634461525.4868844": {"messages": 261, "commandusage": 12, ..

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So I’m doing a study on various configurations of aircraft. I evaluate each for various ranges and velocity and calculate the weight of each one for the range and velocity condition. At the end, I have a pandas dataframe with [‘Range’, ‘Velocity_cruise’, ‘W_LC’, ‘W_TR’, ‘W_TW’, ‘W_MR’, ‘W_H’]. Now I would want to represent it in ..

I wrote this code to convert data in .gml format but I got this error. what should I do? TypeError: descriptor ‘write_gml’ for ‘igraph._igraph.GraphBase’ objects doesn’t apply to a ‘str’ object code: import igraph as ig import pandas as pd a = pd.DataFrame(Matrix, index=tags, columns=tags) # # Get the values as np.array, it’s more convenenient. ..

I have a task to implement a model based on graph neural networks to simulate a breadth first search algorithm. I am doing sort of a iterative node prediction so i put the nodes in the BFS queue in sorted manner (lowest edge weights takes precedence) such that the network can learn. (as compared to ..

I have a very long list of predicted values from a neural network algorithm and I would like to plot them against the actual values. However, due to the length of the arrays, I would like to split them in several blocks and then plot each block separately in a standalone graph. In order to ..

I am trying to plot a timeline chart but they are stacking over each other. import pandas as pd import plotly.express as pex d1 = dict(Start= ‘2021-10-10 02:00:00’, Finish = ‘2021-10-10 09:00:00’, Task = ‘Sleep’) d2 = dict(Start= ‘2021-10-10 09:00:00’, Finish = ‘2021-10-10 09:30:00’, Task = ‘EAT’) d3 = dict(Start= ‘2021-10-10 09:30:00’, Finish = ‘2021-10-10 ..

I want to create a graph where I have an input number of nodes known, below is what I tried. import networkx as nx def create_a_graph(user_input_for_nodes): G = nx.Graph for i in range(user_input): G.add_node(i) print(G) create_a_graph(7) Below is the error I received:- TypeError: add_node() missing 1 required positional argument: ‘node_for_adding’ Source: Python-3x..

I wrote a code to create a plot. Earlier this day the code worked fine and I got the graph, but I run it again a few minutes ago and I don’t get the graph. I have no error ("Process finished with exit code 0"). It works in a friend’s computer but not in mine. ..

I have a very long list of forecasted values from a neural network algorithm and I would like to plot them against actual values. However, due to the length of the arrays, I would like to split them in several block and then plot each block separately in a standalone graph. In order to do ..

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt import numpy as np import math import matplotlib.ticker as mtick from datetime import datetime # Set x-axis labels list x_labels = [”,’Jan’,’Feb’,’Mar’,’Apr’,’May’,’Jun’,’Jul’,’Aug’,’Sep’,’Oct’,’Nov’,’Dec’] historicals_year = int(datetime.now().year) – 1 chart_months = [curr_month] for x in np.arange(12): if chart_months[x] == 12: chart_months.append(1) else: chart_months.append(chart_months[x] + 1) chart_years = [historicals_year] for y in np.arange(12): i ..

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