Phil 3.23.17

7:00 – 8:00, 4:00 – 5:00 Research

8:30 – 10:30, 12:30 – 3:30 BRC

  • I don’t think my plots are right. Going to add some points to verify…
  • First, build a matrix of all the values. Then we can visualize as a surface, and look for the best values after calculation
  • Okay………. So there is a very weird bug that Aaron stumbled across in running python scripts from the command line. There are many, many, many thoughts on this, and it comes from a legacy issue between py2 and py3 apparently. So, much flailing:
    python -i -m
    python -m OptimizedClustererPackage\
    C:\Development\Sandboxes\TensorflowPlayground\OptimizedClustererPackage>C:\Users\philip.feldman\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python35\python.exe -m C:\Development\Sandboxes\TensorflowPlayground\OptimizedClustererPackage\


  • After I’d had enough of this, I realized that the IDE is running all of this just fine, so something works. So, following this link, I set the run config to “Show command line afterwards”: PyRunConfig The outputs are very helpful:
    C:\Users\philip.feldman\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python35\python.exe C:\Users\philip.feldman\.IntelliJIdea2017.1\config\plugins\python\helpers\pydev\ 60741 60742 C:/Development/Sandboxes/TensorflowPlayground/OptimizedClustererPackage/
  • Editing out the middle part, we get
    C:\Users\philip.feldman\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python35\python.exe C:/Development/Sandboxes/TensorflowPlayground/OptimizedClustererPackage/

    And that worked! Note the backslashes on the executable and the forward slashes on the argument path.

  • Update #1. Aaron’s machine was not able to run a previous version of the code, so we poked at the issues, and I discovered that I had left some code in my imports that was not in his code. It’s the Solution #4: Use absolute imports and some boilerplate code“section from this StackOverflow post. Specifically, before importing the local files, the following four lines of code need to be added:
    import sys # if you haven't already done so
    from pathlib import Path # if you haven't already done so
    root = str(Path(__file__).resolve().parents[1])
  • After which, you can add your absolute imports as I do in the next two lines:
    from OptimizedClustererPackage.protobuf_reader import ProtobufReader
    from OptimizedClustererPackage.DBSCAN_clusterer import DBSCANClusterer
  • And that seems to really, really, really work (so far).

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