[Solved] Several questions on ggplot2 [closed]

Have a look at scale_color_manual, the examples should be sufficient. The general structure of tweaking any scale in ggplot2 is to use the appropriate scale function: scale_{aes_name}_{scale_type}, where aes_name can be color, x, or any other aeshetic, and where scale_type can be continuous, discrete, manual, etc. Googling for ggplot2 legend position led me to this … Read more

[Solved] unidentified javascript function [closed]

$(document).ready(function() means that the code that follows, will start as soon as the page has loaded. $(“#pgtitle”).html(“Customer Service Feedback”); simply passes the value Customer Service Feedback to the HTML element pgtitle. if you look on the page for the pgtitle element, I’m sure you will see it contains the text Customer Service Feedback ! 🙂 … Read more

[Solved] Data mining on MySQL [closed]

SQL databases play little role in data mining. (That is, unless you consider computing various business reports involving averages as “data mining”, IMHO these should at most be called “business analytics”). The reason is that the advanced statistics performed for data mining can’t be accelerated by the database indexes. And usually, they also take much … Read more

[Solved] Button with rounded bottom border [closed]

You should post the code what tried so far. Any way try this one. body { background-color: #333; text-align: center; padding-top: 20px; } button { background: beige; border-radius: 3px; box-shadow: 0px 5px 0px maroon; border: 0; color: #333; font-size: 17px; padding: 10px 30px; display: inline-block; outline: 0; } button:hover { background: #eaeab4; box-shadow: 0px 5px … Read more

[Solved] any() function in Python

any(list) returns a boolean value, based only on the contents of list. Both -1 and 1 are true values (they are not numeric 0), so any() returns True: >>> lst = [1, -1] >>> any(lst) True Boolean values in Python are a subclass of int, where True == 1 and False == 0, so True … Read more

[Solved] C# how to check if a string contains 3 times the same letters in a row [closed]

Sometimes (rarely) regexes are the response to the question, especially if the question is like this. bool ism1 = Regex.IsMatch(“AABAC”, @”(.)\1\1″); // false bool ism2 = Regex.IsMatch(“AAABC”, @”(.)\1\1″); // true Matches any character (.) followed by the first match (\1) twice. 0 solved C# how to check if a string contains 3 times the same … Read more

[Solved] Echo in echo [duplicate]

No need of that tag again. Simply concatenate the variable – echo ‘<input type=”hidden” id=”‘.$row[“id”].'” value=”‘ . $cats . ‘”>’ Update With jQuery – var response = “The response after ajax request”; $(‘input[type=”hidden”]’).val(response); // Selector will depend on your code 8 solved Echo in echo [duplicate]

[Solved] Read content from the xml file in C#

Use xml linq like code below : using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; using System.Text; using System.Xml; using System.Xml.Linq; namespace ConsoleApplication58 { class Program { const string FILENAME = @”C:\TEMP\TEST.XML”; static void Main(string[] args) { XDocument doc = XDocument.Load(FILENAME); List<KeyValuePair<string, string>> names = doc.Descendants(“Employee”) .Select(x => new KeyValuePair<string, string>((string)x.Element(“FirstName”), (string)x.Element(“LastName”))) .ToList(); } } } solved … Read more

[Solved] every day xpath are changing [closed]

If your xpath will always be changing, to get your Selenium code to work atleast there should be some pattern in how it changes, for example it may be dependent on current date. Then you can code accordingly to generate your xpath dynamically every time you run your script. If there is no such pattern … Read more