pandas – Grouped weighted Bar Chart

Consider the following DataFrame consisting of 10 rows. d = { ‘grp_id’:[1,2,1,1,1,3,1,1,4,1], ‘weight’:[1,2,1,1,1,3,1,1,4,4], ‘value’: [1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1,1] } df = pd.DataFrame(d) A weighted histogram (in this case a single element with the sum of the weights as a value) can be achieved with df[‘value’].hist(histtype=’bar’, weights=df[‘weight’]) An unweighted bar chart grouped by grp_id with df[‘value’].hist(by=df[‘grp_id’], histtype=’bar’) I’d like…

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Java array algorithm, error with swapping shuffle type from an “in-shuffle” to “out-shuffle”

I’m trying to duplicate the following while loop but differing in the way they both interleave my “cards”. Here’s my current while loop that works, my goal is to remake this loop but reverse the order of both card_force arrays: while (index >= 0) { card_force[index–] = bottom_half[j–]; card_force[index–] = top_half[i–]; } Here’s the while…

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Updating a i686 based CentOS 6.8 system proposes x86_64 packages

while doing a “yum update” I’m getting x86_64 packages proposed while the system has exclusively i686 packages. Not a single x86_64 package is installed. Example: [[email protected] etc]# yum update catdoc Loaded plugins: security Setting up Update Process base | 3.7 kB 00:00 epel/metalink | 28 kB 00:00 extras | 3.3 kB 00:00 updates | 3.4…

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Is there a way to allow users to specify their own per-site configurations in NGINX?

I’m looking for a way to allow users on a Debian system to configure their own NGINX sites. Would the following configuration work? http { # … server { server_name www.alicesite.com; location / { include /home/alice/nginx.conf; } } server { server_name www.bobsite.com; location / { include /home/bob/nginx.conf; } } # etc. } Or some variation…

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Search in wordpress with keyword and meta key

I want to perform a search in wordpress custom post type like this : search a keyword that exists in the post content in a specific category and much a meta field called city. <form> <input type=”text”name=”keyword” class=”form-control” placeholder=”keyword”/> <input type=”text” name=”category” class=”form-control” placeholder=”category”/> <input type=”text” name=”city” class=”form-control” placeholder=”city”/> <button type=”submit” class=”btn btn-primary”>Search</button> </form>

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