I interpolated temperature data observed on an urban area formed by 12 locations. Now i would like to remove all interpolated values that are outside the shapefile layer. How can i do it? The shapefile links: https://www.dropbox.com/s/0u76k3yegvr09sx/LimiteAMG.shp?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/yxsmm3v2ey3ngsp/LimiteAMG.cpg?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/yx05n31dfkggbb6/LimiteAMG.dbf?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/a6nk0xczgjeen2d/LimiteAMG.prj?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/royw7s51n2f0a6x/LimiteAMG.qpj?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/7k44dcl1k5891qc/LimiteAMG.shx?dl=0 The Data is: Lat Lon T 0 20.8208 -103.4434 22.0 1 20.7019 -103.4728 21.9 2 20.6833 -103.3500 24.2 3 20.6280 -103.4261 NaN 4 20.7205 -103.3172 25.7 5 20.7355 -103.3782 24.0 6 20.6593 -103.4136 NaN 7 20.6740 -103.3842 25.0 8 20.7585 -103.3904 23.0 9 20.6230 -103.4265 NaN 10 20.6209 -103.5004 20.0 11 20.6758 -103.6439 26.8 12 20.7084 -103.3901 24.4 …

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I am highly interested to be a **Data Scientist.** so,whats your suggestion ? How can I go ahed

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Hey there, so i'm trying to answer this question but i'm hitting a snag. i'm not familiar with the environment so it's very difficult to understand the syntax. I would like someone to help me look through and assist with the syntax. Also how to pass the input to get desired output ![Help.PNG](/attachments/large/4/6672a9ccc30db1329cbe5d306c66b2f1.PNG)

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***** I created the format: def main(): pennies=int(input("Enter pennies:")) nickels = int(input("Enter nickels:")) dimes = int(input("Enter dimes:")) quarters = int(input("Enter quarters:")) print("You entered:") print("\tPennies:" , pennies) print("\tNickels:" , nickels) print("\tDimes:" , dimes) print("\tQuarters:" , quarters) total_value = get_total(pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters) v_Dollars, v_Cents = divmod(total_value, 1) print("Total = ${:,.2f}".format(total_value)) print("You have {:,} dollar(s) and {:.2f} cent(s)".format(int(v_Dollars), v_Cents)) # This format from the top^ was already created from "Start the assignemnt with this file": # Completed the function for get_total: # displayed the functions for pennies, nickels, dimes, and quaters. # returning the value of the money sent to the via …

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Hey guys, I'm in desparate need of assistance with my A-Level project. I'm writing a Banking system in Python and I'm being told by the idle log that a function hasn't been defined - even though that function is right above it! My Full Code is: #'http://effbot.org/tkinterbook/tkinter-index.htm' <<< Tkinter Tutorials #Ignore the link above, it's for future reference import time import random class BankAccount(): #Class Initialisation def __init__(self, firstName, lastName, accountNumber, pinNumber, balance=0): self.fn = firstName self.ln = lastName self.accNum = accountNumber self.pin = pinNumber self.bal = balance self.transactions = [] #Class Functions def deposit(self, amount): self.bal += amount return …

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Hey there! I have problem with a programm of mine in pyhton. I want to find the index of the character "o" in my list. How can I find that out. Thx for your help in advanced!! s1 = [["aidl"],["utov"]]

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Listed below is the original word jumble python program. According to the exercise i'm supposed to add hints see next thread on my modified program however it doesn't work correctly. [code=python] # Word Jumble # # The computer picks a random word then "jumbles" it # The player has to guess the original word # import random # create a sequence of words to choose from WORDS = ("python", "jumble", "easy", "difficult", "answer", "xylophone") # pick one word randomly from the sequence word = random.choice(WORDS) # create a variable to use later to see if the guess is correct correct …

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After running a python code for usb device following error is occured Traceback (most recent call last): File "test1.py", line 6, in dev = usb.core.find(idVendor=0x1d6b, idProduct=0x0001) File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/usb/core.py", line 1263, in find raise NoBackendError('No backend available') usb.core.NoBackendError: No backend available

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i am almost done with the hangman game but i just need to migrate it to graphics i know i need to use entrybox but i still dont know. [CODE]rom graphics import* from random import * MAX_BAD_GUESSES = 7 def readfile(): infile = open("wordlist.txt","r") contents = infile.read() lines = contents.split("\n") return lines def random(lines): secret_word = randint(0,len(lines)-1) return lines[secret_word].lower() def play(secret_word): guess = 0 solution = [] for i in range(len(secret_word)): solution.append("_") num_incorrect = 0 while num_incorrect < 7 and "_" in solution: print(" ".join(solution)) guess = input("Enter a letter") if secret_word.find(guess)==-1: num_incorrect = num_incorrect +1 else: i = secret_word.find(guess) …

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from tkinter import * import time root = Tk() root.title("Testing System") root.geometry("900x600") def main(): def tick(): time_str1= time.strftime("%H:%M:%S") clock.config(text = "Current Time:\n" + time_str1) clock.after(200, tick) def date(): date_str1 = time.strftime("%A, %d %B %Y") date2.config(text = date_str1) date2.after(200, tick) frame = Frame(root) clock = Label(frame, font = ("times", 14, "bold"), bg = "light pink") clock.place(x = 260, y = 60) tick() date2 = Label(frame, font = ("times", 13, "bold")) date2.place(x = 40, y = 560) date() button1 = Button(frame,text = "Test", height = 2, width = 10, command = frame.destroy and menu) button1.pack() button1.place(x = 370, y = 150) def …

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I want to add a function for user to change file. I am not really sure on how. I have already created a function in the end but its not getting me anywhere. This is my code: import string import re filename = "phil.txt" def countLines(): Read number of lines in the text file. numOflines = 0 with open(filename) as file: for line in file: if line != "\n": numOflines += 1 print("Total number of lines is: ", numOflines, "\n") return numOflines def countWords(): """ count number of words in the text file. """ numOfwords = [] count = 0 …

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Hello, I am learning Tkinter. As a part of the learning process I am building a Notepad clone in order to become familiar with Tkinter widgets. I am pretty close to completing it - I added about 90% functionality to the application - but I face two problems: 1) The text widget has a default fixed size (80x25 chars I believe). If I resize the root window at a greater size, the text widget stays at the initial size. This is an undesirable behavior - I expect/want the text to resize along with the root. Now, I came with something …

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I am wondering if anyone could recommend the best CMS for an Airbnb-style marketplace that allows people to sublet their apartments, and other people to search, filter, and pay for the apartments listed. These are the main requirements: - Ability to sign up both buyers and sellers. - Accounts for buyers can be created automatically without approval by an administrator. Seller accounts will require approval. - Sellers can have multiple listings, but each listing must be approved by an administrator before going live in the system. - For each apartment listing, seller can fill out information for a number of …

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This is a program to get a student mark, as an input from user and print its grade based on the following criteria: if mark>=80 print 'A' if mark between 70-80 print 'B' if mark between 60-70 print 'C' if mark between 50-60 print 'D' if mark < 50 print 'F' How do I fix this code when e.g someone gets 75 it says you got a B C D ? percent = 85 if percent > 80: print("You got an A!") if percent > 70: print("You got a B!") if (percent >60): print("You got a C!") if (percent > …

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Task 2: Write a program that simulates an unbiased coin flip. Your program should print true if the coin flip results in a head and false if the coin flip results in a tail. Hint: any value greater than 0.5, represents Head otherwise it represents Tail

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i was on the site pyschools working through the exercises, but i dont understand why it wont accept the code i input. [url]http://www.pyschools.com/quiz/view_question/s4-q2[/url] Create a function generateNumbers(start, end, step) that takes in three numbers as arguments and returns a list of numbers ranging from start to the end number (inclusive)and skipping numbers based on the step specified in the arguments. Note: The function range(x, y, z) can takes in 3 arguments. For example, range(1, 11, 2) will return a list of numbers [1,3,5,7,9]. Examples [CODE] >>> generateNumber(2, 10, 2) [2, 4, 6, 8, 10] >>> generateNumber(10, 10, 1) [10] >>> …

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Hi, I'm attemting to learn programming with Python and am currently trying to design an adventure game that sets up rooms and a player can move between them. I'm having problems working out a lop function that can move the player around the rooms. The current method has an error code saying 'list index out of range'. I don't want to throw in the towel and will carry on trying to debug the programme but is there a better way to loop the method and is there a way to show a message if a wrong direction is chosen. The …

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Python-wxPython Tutorial This tutorial will take you through the basics of wxPython. ##Introduction: Let's face it. I am a dinosaur. I got my computer science degree in the mid 70s. And it won't be long before **I** am in **my** mid 70s. So why am I trying to learn Python? Mostly because learning new things keeps my brain active. And besides, nobody on Daniweb seems to be asking questions about vb.Net anymore. So I thought I'd give it a try. After a few weeks of puttering I managed to learn enough Python to rewrite all of my vbscripts (stop laughing, …

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Machine learning is the science of getting computers to act without being explicitly programmed. machine learning has given us self-driving cars, practical speech recognition, effective web search, and a vastly improved understanding of the human genome. It is so pervasive today that you probably use it dozens of times a day without knowing it.

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**Dear** I have the hyperspectral image --- how to preprocess data need time Traditional CNN cannot be applied to project directly --- it needs a lot of time to test (may be take 3 months) Need to do many experiments to get good result --- especially when compared to other existed methods (own contribution) May I know** how to simplify **my experimentation and research --- and I am using Spyder Python 3.7 with Winsdows 10 *Here I would like to apply the CNN and DNN for computing and later will compare that both of them which one is better or …

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# I need a project# Hi, I am brand new to programming and was wondering if anybody had any suggestions of where/ how I could learn more python, and or a good project that would help my learn new elements of code as i learn them.

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Hello, I have run into an issue where my output for shipping charge needs to be Real Use local named constants not global Also the package weight needs to be times the rate PER pound, is what I have correct? rate1= 1.1 rate2= 2.2 rate3= 3.7 rate4= 3.8 def main(): packageWeight = float(input( "What is the weight of the package?")) shipping_Weight(packageWeight) def shipping_Weight(packageWeight): if packageWeight <= 2: Weight = rate1 * packageWeight print ("The total shipping charge is $: " , Weight) elif packageWeight <= 6: Weight = rate2 * packageWeight print ("The total shipping charge is $: " , …

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Hi, I am fairly new to the community, and have recently began to code using python, however, I am stuck on something: I have written quite a length of code, and am using the 'if' command, and I am attempting to restart the code if they type 'yes'. It would look something like this: if restart == "Yes": (restart program here?!?) I know to some, this is an incredibly easy thing to do, but I have tried multiple different solutions, none of them working. (I even tried examples from the internet - same outcome. They just restart the shell, or …

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x=int(input("Enter a number to check whether it is a palindrome number or not here : ")) m=x k=0 for j in range (m): digit=m%10 k=k*10+digit m=m//10 if k==x: print("%d is a palindrome nukber"%(x)) else: print("%d is not a palindrome number"%(x)) print()

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Is there a library that has a function that will take (theta,phi) and return (x,y,z)? Thanks, Dave

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# Introduction # This tutorial provides guidance on gathering data through web-scraping. However, to demonstrate the real-life issues with acquiring data, a deep-dive into a specific, complicated example is needed. The problem chosen, acquiring the geographic coordinates of gas stations in a region, turns into an interesting math problem that, eventually, involves "sacred geometry". ## Application Programming Interfaces (API's) ## No matter which Data Science Process [model](https://www.kdnuggets.com/2016/03/data-science-process-rediscovered.html) you subscribe to, actually acquiring data to work with is necessary. By far the most straightforward data source is a simple click-to-download in a standardized file format so you can utilize a parsing …

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Because Microsoft will be removing vbScript in the next version of Windows, I have been busy converting my utility vbScripts into Python. Part of this is a library of functions that I keep in `D:\include`. I'd like to maintain this system in Python, but the import process is rather clumsy. I have to import sys sys.path.insert(0,r'D:\include') Only after that can I import a file. The documentation is somewhat obtuse but I gather my best option is to add the file `D:\include__init__.py`. As long as that folder is known to Python I could then do from include import myfile1 to include …

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Hi there PyQt is not available as tag, but this should be a simple question anyway: - drag & drop: from QListWidget to QListwidget - pushButton action: inserts chosen items from second QListWidget into QTableWidget But: when i run my code - most of the time the chosen items are inserted twice into my QTableWidget, sometimes the code runs like expected - and i can't figure out why. Of course i tried a "print(num)", and the added really occurs twice, for example: (0) ListEdit (0) ListEdit (1) TextEdit (1) TextEdit ... a.s.o. Here's the snippet: vheader = self.tableWidget.verticalHeader() r_count = …

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So I've successfully written a metaclass that gives python the functionality of private attributes in classes. Q: But what about `inst.__private`? A: >>> class A(object): __slots__ = ['__private'] def __new__(cls): inst = object.__new__(cls) inst.__private = 10 return inst def showprivate(inst): return inst.__private >>> inst = A() >>> inst.showprivate() 10 >>> inst._A__private = 20 # security through obscurity never works >>> inst.showprivate() # sorry not private 20 With my metaclass, private attributes are inaccessible outside native and super-native namespaces: class A(object, metaclass=privatetype): __slots__ = ['A'] __private__ = ['B'] # NOTE: __slots__ is enforced for security regardless of local definition def __new__(cls): …

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what are the different relational operators in python?

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The End.