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splitting query results in 3 clusters


splitting query results in 3 clusters

By : R2Rivs
Date : November 20 2020, 01:01 AM
Does that help Maybe this could help in any way:
(updated - added function floor before intval)
code :
$numrows = mysql_num_rows($sResult1);

$return[] = array();

$return[0] = $return[1] = $return[2] = '';

for ($i = 0; $i < $numrows; $i++)
{
$row1 = mysql_fetch_array($sResult1);   
$return[intval(floor($i/3))] .= '<a title="' . $row1['resort'] . ' @ ' . $row1['lud'] . '" class="item" href="/review/' . $row1['resort_us'] . '/' . $row1['cam_id'] . '"><img class="item__image" id="c' . $row1['cam_id'] . '" src="/xs1/' . $row1['cam_id'] . '.jpg" alt="' . $row1['resort'] . '" /><h2 class="item__title">' . $row1['resort'] . '</h2></a>';
}               

echo $return1;


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Splitting of data in two clusters using kmeans matlab

Splitting of data in two clusters using kmeans matlab


By : Boris Heister
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue I have a large dataset in which i want to divide into two clusters using kmeans algorithm in matlab.Here my problem is that those two clusters should contain the data present in the dataset.How can I do that in matlab?
code :
   idx=kmeans(dataset,k)
    cluster1data=dataset(idx==1,:)
SQL Sub Query splitting results into two rows

SQL Sub Query splitting results into two rows


By : Shabbir.A.Hussain
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue In your final query, use this as the outermost query to get the result what you want.
code :
SELECT    `Week No` ,      Date  ,   `V Name`, `Vy ID`,  `GBP T2`,
MAX(`GCP 2.1`), MAX(`GCP 2.2`) 
FROM
( -------------------  REST OF THE INNER QUERY HERE  --------------)
GROUP BY  `Week No` ,      Date  ,   `V Name`, `Vy ID`,  `GBP T2`;
Best approach to splitting up clusters of data

Best approach to splitting up clusters of data


By : Zhou Browg
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem I am working on a way to split up data in a CSV file based on a timestamp. , I figured out a solution using the following steps:
code :
// Convert the timestamps to milliseconds
newData <- as.POSIXct(data$date, format="date_format_here")

// Split the data using the object ID as the parameter
splitData <- split(data, f=data$id)

// Iterate over the split sessions, concatenating the cluster IDs as it goes using paste
for each {
    pamk.result <- pamk(splitData[[i]][dataColumnIndex]
    newData[i,1] <- paste(data[i,1], 
                        pamk.result$pamobject$clustering[[x]], 
                        sep="delimiter_here")
}
Splitting Sqlite database python query results

Splitting Sqlite database python query results


By : brucepro
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue Consider looping off a cursor list of distinct conversation_ids as @CL suggests, iteratively dumping dataframes into growing .html and .txt files, separated by line breaks. Even use a parameterized query and table aliases in SQL for best practices.
code :
import sqlite3
import pandas as pd

conn = sqlite3.connect('/path/to/sqlite/database.db')

cur = conn.cursor()
cur = cur.execute("SELECT DISTINCT m.conversation_id" + \
                    " FROM messages m " + \
                    " INNER JOIN participants_info p" + \
                    "         ON m.participant_id = p._id" + \
                    " WHERE m.conversation_id IS NOT NULL")

query = "SELECT m._id, m.date, m.body, m.conversation_id," + \
          "     p.number, p.display_name, p._id" + \
          " FROM messages m" + \            
          " INNER JOIN participants_info p" + \
          "         ON m.participant_id = p._id" + \
          " WHERE m.conversation_id = ?"

with open('messages.html', 'w') as h, open('test.txt', 'w') as t:
    for convo in cur.fetchall():            
        df = pd.read_sql_query(query, conn, params=convo)

        # HTML WRITE           
        h.write(df.to_html())
        h.write('<br/>')

        # TXT WRITE
        t.write(df.to_string())        
        t.write('\n\n')

cur.close()
conn.close()
Preventing php xpath query array from splitting results

Preventing php xpath query array from splitting results


By : hermanknol123
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue No its not a bug. The text() function grabs the text nodes. If you have a
or another tag in-between text then you are making multiple nodes by necessity. Thats the way the DOM works.
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