Hey Team, Trying to get my head around pyKX and wondered - is it
possible to import a python function or class into Q and then pass it
arguments to get a response? I have been using EmbedPy to call
TensorFlow or PyTorch models. This is great when you...
Hi All, I'm trying to navigate a nested object using apply. My original
object is called bigNestedThing and application of this:
.[bigNestedThing;(0;`procData;0;`$"_source")] gets me to a list of
dictionaries. Each of those dictionaries in that list ...
Hey All, I thought I would see how GPT-4 did in providing guidance on
schema design for a large KDB HDB to look at networks in Reddit. The
answers seem mostly fair although there was some repetition of core
ideas as I tried to drill down. I am also n...
Hey Everyone, Keen for thoughts on this. I've been setting up so my HDBs
are segmented. I have a few different projects and I have 1 parent drive
which hosts the home folders for HDBs then 4 extra drives which have
segmented tables across them. (No R...
As per the subject - I have a beef with the Apply form for traversing
larger nested data structures. My Beef stems from the fact that I can't
satisfy myself that literally any portion of a data object can be
accessed by these functions (from this poi...
Thanks @rocuinneagain - I have actually downloaded the linux and docker
version of this but just need to get a quiet afternoon to set it up.
(and I do have the additional license). There are a couple of things of
interest to me with the 'insights app...
Thanks @rocuinneagain - I'll give this a go. I was saying to somewhere
else I think an issue is that whilst I can correctly initialise my
nested dictionaries (starting them with (enlist `)!(enlist ::), any data
objects which I've de-serialised from J...
Hi unterrainer_ale - I'm afraid it's work related and I get enough heat
just moving it around internally. I have a todo to get to grips with
navigating nested data objects so when I get chance, I'll write up some
cases. (Hopefully with solutions!) Th...
Thanks so much for this - sorry for the delay in response. This does
look an exciting new development and it's great for KDB/Q - As well as
enabling the integration of a vast library of useful stuff into Q (with,
as I understand it some work under th...