# How to edit size of axes text size on SHAP depedence plot in Python

Advertisements I have used this code: for i in range(len(col_list)): shap.dependence_plot(i, shap_values, X.values, feature_names=X.columns, dot_size=10, interaction_index=None, x_jitter=-0.5) to generate the following SHAP dependence plot: Does anyone know how to modify the size of the text in the x-axis so that it becomes smaller? For example, 150000 doesn’t overlap with 175000… >Solution : I’m not familiar… Read More How to edit size of axes text size on SHAP depedence plot in Python

# solving nested renamer is not supported with dynamic arguments

Advertisements if cat_vars: df["static_cat"] = ( df.groupby("group_col") .agg({i: "first" for i in cat_vars}) .values.tolist() ) Error: packages\pandas\core\groupby\generic.py in aggregate(self, func, *args, **kwargs) 926 func = _maybe_mangle_lambdas(func) 927 –> 928 result, how = self._aggregate(func, *args, **kwargs) 929 if how is None: 930 return result packages\pandas\core\base.py in _aggregate(self, arg, *args, **kwargs) 355 obj.columns.intersection(keys) 356 ) != len(keys):… Read More solving nested renamer is not supported with dynamic arguments

# Why is abs(x)+abs(y) different from sqrt(x*x + y*y)

Advertisements I was making a Physics Engine in C++ when I noticed that when I replace: float absDistance = sqrt(vectorDistance.x * vectorDistance.x + vectorDistance.y * vectorDistance.y); With: float absDistance = abs(vectorDistance.x) + abs(vectorDistance.y) Different things happen. I’m using the library <cmath> I looked at a lot of stack exchanges but I couldn’t find anyone saying… Read More Why is abs(x)+abs(y) different from sqrt(x*x + y*y)

# Replace decimals in floating point numbers

Advertisements Someone on this platform has already helped me with generating the following code: col,row = (100,1000) a = np.random.uniform(0,10,size=col*row).round(6).reshape(row,col) mask = (a*1e6+1).astype(int)%10<2 a[mask] += 2e-6 This code ensures that the last decimal is not a 0 or a 9. However, I would like to have no 0’s nor 9’s in all the decimals that… Read More Replace decimals in floating point numbers

# Power Query : ignore case in Table.Distinct operations

Power Query is a business intelligence tool available in Excel that allows you to import data from many different sources and then clean, transform and reshape your data as needed.… Read More Power Query : ignore case in Table.Distinct operations

# Is XPath the same as Linq?

Advertisements I studied the concept of XPath and xml but did not understand how they relate to what XPath is designed to do as a query in xml and what XPath for xml is like for sql for a database, what xquery is for query xml data ? >Solution : Differences between XPath and LINQ… Read More Is XPath the same as Linq?

# Pivot_wider: Combine Duplicate Observations AND Create New Variable Columns for Those Values

Advertisements I’m new to R and have scoured the site to find a solution – I’ve found lots of similar, but slightly different questions. I’m stumped. I have a dataset in this structure: SURVEY_ID CHILD_NAME CHILD_AGE Survey1 Billy 4 Survey2 Claude 12 Survey2 Maude 6 Survey2 Constance 3 Survey3 George 22 Survey4 Marjoram 14 Survey4… Read More Pivot_wider: Combine Duplicate Observations AND Create New Variable Columns for Those Values

# BottomSheetScaffold is overriding the background color of its parent

Advertisements I’m trying out BottomSheetScaffold and I just found a strange behavior (maybe a bug) when using it. I put it inside a Box { } that has a cyan background color: composable(route = "my_route") { Box( modifier = Modifier .fillMaxSize() .background(color = Color.Cyan), ) { val coroutineScope = rememberCoroutineScope() val bottomSheetScaffoldState = rememberBottomSheetScaffoldState() BottomSheetScaffold(… Read More BottomSheetScaffold is overriding the background color of its parent

# Template literal throws errors in some scenarios but not others

Advertisements As part of a code review a colleague recommended using a type rather than an enum. Whilst making the changes we found an issue neither of us expected. We’d expect scenario one and two to throw compiler and/or intellisense errors as one of the values does not exist on the type. However, after testing… Read More Template literal throws errors in some scenarios but not others