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A quick example of doing data wrangling from the command-line, as well as getting to know one of San Francisco's data sets: the San Francisco restaurant inspections, courtesy of the SF Department of Public Health. I don't normally do database work from the command-line, but importing bulk data into SQLite is pretty frustrating using the available GUIs or just the shell.
So thank goodness for Christopher Groskopf's csvkit, a suite of Unix-like tools that use Python to robustly handle CSV files. There's a lot of great tools in csvkit, but for this gist, I just use csvsql, which can parse a CSV and turn it into properly-flavored SQL to pass directly into your database app of choice.
|# Hello, and welcome to makefile basics.|
|# You will learn why `make` is so great, and why, despite its "weird" syntax,|
|# it is actually a highly expressive, efficient, and powerful way to build|
|# Once you're done here, go to|
|# to learn SOOOO much more.|
[root@btrfs-testdrive] # btrfs qgroup create 1/100 /mnt/btrfs [root@btrfs-testdrive] # btrfs qgroup assign 0/276 1/100 /mnt/btrfs [root@btrfs-testdrive] # btrfs qgroup show /mnt/btrfs qgroupid rfer excl -------- ---- ---- 0/5 16384 16384 0/256 2864136192 2864136192 0/258 833703936 833703936 0/259 52510720 52510720
Multi Link Example for http://www.robschmuecker.com/d3-js-drag-and-drop-zoomable-tree/#comment-6190
Added an additional link between nodes at the bottom of the dndTree.js file.
This example pulls together various examples of work with trees in D3.js.
The panning functionality can certainly be improved in my opinion and I would be thrilled to see better solutions contributed.
One can do all manner of housekeeping or server related calls on the drop event to manage a remote tree dataset for example.
|if [ -r USB.vmdk ]; then|
|VBoxManage storageattach "BootFromUSB" --storagectl "SATA" --port 0 --device 0 --medium none|
|VBoxManage closemedium disk USB.vmdk --delete|
|sudo chown $USER /dev/disk1*|
|VBoxManage internalcommands createrawvmdk -filename USB.vmdk -rawdisk /dev/disk1 -partitions 1,2|