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i have a problem with a scientific package , it plots some structures that it read from a "(file).dat" file ,and it has some examples in itself to become familier with it. when i want to change the parameters i just got the message : " key is off " and i got axactly the same plot that is in it and nothing changes , i think that it should be some thing very simple but i do not know how to solve it to get diffreent plots...
Posted 02-03-2009 at 08:44 PM byrocket357 (Musings on technology, philosophy, and life in the corporate world)
Updated 10-27-2009 at 06:50 PM byrocket357(modified code)
My last blogpost on Python/SSH seemed to be popular, so here I am again with a more in-depth look at what can be accomplished with this pairing.
To recap, I manage 300 databases, some M$ SQL Server, some PostgreSQL. There are a ton of Apache/Linux machines on our network and quite a few "traffic cops" based on Linux and BSD (as well as a few Cisco machines) for routing external traffic to internal machines. Pretty standard stuff. The IT department has a director, a network...
Checked in with my friend "who knows all"...and got a reminder that nobody knows everything, and/or has the time to learn everything. He is more familiar with php than java, so he had me look for programs that are written in php. I found a number, so picked out a few and we plan to download and try them one by one. This is all in aid of bringing our retreat house room-booking up to date...So for now Rapla is out and we'll see what else might be in! This is not to say Rapla might not...