How to manipulate specific fields?

I have a csv file. Its line numbers are max 25. Headings are time(UTC)(1st field), latitude(2nd field), longitude(3rd field), depth (4th field), mag(5th field), place (14th field) and so forth Sample data 2019-12-10T21:58:28.816Z 35.488 26.4157 57.32 5.4 35km NNE of Palaikastron, Greece 2019-12-11T11:54:27.670Z 18.6158 -67.2838 85 2.85 23km NW of San Antonio, Puerto Rico First,…

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Why starting any GNOME based program over SSH takes about 30 seconds?

GNOME based programs always take about 30 seconds to start over SSH. Even simplest ones, like gnome-calculator. After said programs start, they run absulutely fine. I am starting SSH session using ssh <user>@<host> -YC command. I’ve tried checking CPU usage during this wait period, but there is nothing out of ordinary. Network bandwidth usage doesn’t…

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example.com/status vs status.example.com vs example.com/.well-known/status

Is there any RFC, (or any other industry recommendation) that can help me decide between these three options for informing customers of our network/API/services current, (and recent) status? Which would seem more obvious to users, (and to search engine spiders) Ideally I would like an RFC that states that every company that provides internet connections…

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Gas estimation failed in private network with remix

My environment is Web3 Provider (127.0.0.1:8080) which is a private network in my Mac. I have tried to deploy and run transaction in Remix with a simple solidity as follows. contract SimpleCalc { uint256 storedNumber; function setNumber(uint256 x) public { storedNumber = x; } function getNumber() public view returns (uint256) { return storedNumber; } }…

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How to send chunked gzip response to browser from node js

I’m trying to send spaces at specific interval to avoid heroku timeout(30s), but I want to support the gzip encoding. So I’m trying something similar as below: const express = require(‘express’) const zlib = require(‘zlib’) const app = express() const gzipped_space = zlib.gzipSync(‘ ‘); app.get(‘/json-chunked’, function (req, res) { let interval = setInterval(() => {…

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Get rid of overlapping bounding boxes for contours in OpenCV

I am processing contours and creating a blob if two contours are within certain tolerance but the problem i am seeing is the overlapping of these contours, how can i have just one single bounding box without overlapping it? here is my code: def get_contour_info(contour): contour_info = {} contour_info[‘x’], contour_info[‘y’], contour_info[‘w’], contour_info[‘h’] = cv2.boundingRect(contour) contour_info[‘cx’]…

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