I need a python function evaluates a polynomial at a set of input points.The function takes as input a vector of polynomial weights, and a vector of input points where x: a vector of input values, and w: a vector of polynomial weights (ordered so the jth element is the linear coefficient for the jth-order […]
I have use case where I need to shootout an email through dataproc cluster after completion of a process with some attachments (txt, xlsx etc) without SMTP. Could you please guide me through this? Thanks, Sourav
Normally when I develop a Python package for personal use, I use python3 setup.py develop, and then perform pip3 install -e <path_to_package> within another virtualenv, allowing me to hack around with both at the same time. When I do gpip3 freeze I see the path to the package on my local machine: -e /Users/myName/Documents/testpackage When […]
I want to set a timeout for when a user navigates from one page to the other in the webview so that if loading the page takes more than a few seconds to load I show an error view, else I clear the timeout and the user continues on the current page. I set the […]
I have some filters that are being displayed as checkboxes on my website. Each time someone checks or unchecks one of these inputs I either want to add or remove the filter to/from the URL. I have this mostly working, but the problem comes when removing the last filter in the list. Here’s an example: […]
I recently updated a Laravel/Spark web application to the latest version of Spark (v9.*) via composer. Another package I use is Laravel-Spark-Google2FA which I also updated from v1.* to v2.*. Setup: The laravel-spark-google2fa package has a Laravel service provider class that resides in /project-root/laravel/spark/src/Providers/Google2FAServiceProvider.php In Laravel we specify this in /project-root/laravel/config/app.php with the following line […]
I am trying to do kernel approximation via sklearn. However, both Nystroem and RBF methods implemented in sklearn requires the feature vectors to have the same length. Is there any way that I can compute kernels over vectors with unfixed length?
trying to build my API Auth from scratch and can’t log users in i think the problem is with the token driver but don’t know what exactly it’s. any thoughts what’s wrong ?or what to do ? Auth::guard(‘web’)->login($user); // this line works perfectly Auth::guard(‘api’)->login($user); // this line return an error undefined function login