Hey Team, I've been using an object in Python with Q via embedPy. In
using this, I've found that it appears that lists of floats from Q is
represented by embedPy in Python as a numpy array of floats. This was an
issue in my case because the object I ...
Team, I've got an interest in data processing for higher dimensional
objects so have been putting in a bit of thought about how best to
represent sometimes quite nested data structures in KDB/Q. Using the
Apply function has become part of my routine ...
Hi All, I am currently looking into scraping data using BeautifulSoup4
in embedPy. My issue is that I am having difficulty accessing the list
of lists produced by the method find_all from a BeautifulSoup object. I
have ran the below code in python an...
Hi, I have set up some visualisations using Kx Dash and am looking to
use an edge bundling vega dashboard based on this
note that there are multiple datasources required. My unders...
Hi All,I'm trying to start up kdb with multiple processes to use to
write scripts with KDB developer. I understand that the processes that
are set up need to be done so outside of the master process.I have
attempted to do this with a function in my ....
Actually, subsequent to this, using: q)p)def func(x):return x.attrs in
place of q)p)def func(x):return str(x) will return a python dictionary
of attributes. Since this is a native python type, I found that it
imports to Q as a dictionary and keeps th...
Hi All, I got a response from Conor at KX about this. It's due to the
python library having output in a nonstandard python data type. To get
around this, you convert the output to standard Python data types when
in python prior to bringing it over to...
I worked this out myself eventually. The trick is to write an analytic
that takes in data, converts it to JSON and then writes a new vega
script around it. That is then passed back to the vega element in the
dashboard via a viewstate from a query map...
Hi Laura, Thanks for the invite! I have been using KDB and Q for over 2
years now and what a journey it's been. I had used it at work in an
Australian bank and for a Masters in Complex Systems. Now, as well as
still using it at work, I'm doing a Doct...