TypeError: ‘int’ object is not subscriptable – Trying To Create A Graph

This is creating a single integer that’s the concatenation of all the numbers in CaseNumberList, not a list of integers: IntCaseNumberList = int(“”.join(str(i) for i in CaseNumberList)) So when you try to ue IntCaseNumberList[i], it doesn’t work because it’s a number, not a list. To create a list of integers, you need to call int() … Read more

How to iteratively build and export multiple graphs from 1 data set based on a factor

Here is a small example of how it could be done using for loops with the mtcars dataset for(g in unique(mtcars$gear)) { f <- filter(mtcars, gear == g) p <- ggplot(f, aes(disp, hp)) + geom_point() ggsave(paste0(‘plot_’, g,’.jpg’), p) } In your case it would something like this for(s in unique(WQ_byStation$StationName)){ f <- filter(WQ_byStation, StationName == … Read more

SwiftUI Line Graph Animation using Vector Arithmetic

Why do you want to avoid Metal? Enabling its support is as easy as wrapping your LineGraphShapes into Group and modifying it with a drawingGroup(). Try it out: … Group { let gradient = LinearGradient( gradient: Gradient(colors: [Color.red, Color.blue]), startPoint: .leading, endPoint: .trailing ) LineGraphShape(points: points[selectedPointType], closePath: true) .fill(gradient) LineGraphShape(points: points[selectedPointType], closePath: false) .stroke( gradient, … Read more

struggling in calling multiple interactive functions for a graph using ipywidgets

There are several ways to approach controlling a matplotlib plot using ipywidgets. Below I’ve created the output I think you’re looking for using each of the options. The methods are listed in what feels like the natural order of discovery, however, I would recommend trying them in this order: 4, 2, 1, 3 Approach 1 … Read more