the fastest way to insert 4 million rows (16MB of data) would be to use load data infile - http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/load-data.html
so if possible generate a csv file then use load data infile..
hope this helps :)
So I took one of your original data files rolloff.dat and wro...
I'm trying to create a Matplotlib animation of my paw data, where you can see the pressure distribution on the entire pressure plate over time (256x64 sensors for 250 frames).
I found a working example on Matplotlib's own site and managed to get it working on my own data. However the 'animation'...
I'm looking for help from users who want to help breath new life into the Gaming blog! On Super User we got officially blessed by Jeff and I honestly believe that Gaming should be able to deserve one as well.
On Super User we mainly started out with Questions of the Week, which help create a ste...
I found Joe Kington's answer that mentioned using Glumpy instead. At first I couldn't get it to work on my own data, but with some help on chat we managed to figure out how to adapt one of the Matplotlib examples that come with Glumpy to work on my data.
import numpy, glumpy
from glumpy.pylab im...
Matlab... the licenses were present when I arrived, I took over some legacy code... never broke out of the habit. But I've heard before that Python would be the way to go... currently its the inertia which is keeping me ;-)
(in her (Na Ji's) case, "bad conditions" means to look through several other cell layers)
if you look in through the eyes, you can't see further than the retina. This is interesting, and eye doctors do this all the time. But if you want to understand the cortex (the big outer part of the brain) you won't see it through the eyes
so you are stuck with animal experiments :-/
meaning that you do a small operation to open the brain
or at least make the skull thin enough to become transparent