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2018 Jul 25
2
Question about target instruction optimization
This is a question about optimizing the code generation in a (new) Z80 backend: The CPU has a couple of 8 bit physical registers, e.g. H, L, D and E, which are overlaid in 16 bit register pairs named HL and DE. It has also a native instruction to load a 16 bit immediate value into a 16 bit register pair (HL or DE), e.g.: LD HL,<imm16> Now when having a sequence of loading two 16 bit register pairs with the *same* immediate value, the simple approac...
2003 Jul 13
2
Coloured 3d surface
Hello, I created a 3d surface (persp) with some points overlaid on it, which is fine. Now I have a second set of z-values(x,y-values same as the first surface), which I would like to make visible on the same graph, however, not as a surface, but rather as coloured contour on the first surface, so that the resulting graph will consist of the original surface...
2011 Feb 19
1
barplot, different color for shading lines and bar
Dear all, might there be a modified barplot function out there which allows the user to specify a fill color for the bars and independent parameters for the overlaid shading lines ? Currently, when I specify density and col, the fill color for the bars is white. Thanks! Markus [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
2013 Feb 19
2
introducing jitter in overlapping graphs using ggplots (plotmeans). Also sciplot.
...this plot in one panel. I do not want medians (bwplot, boxplot). I have tried a few different packages and it seems that ggplots with plotmeans was the fastest (I am not extremely skilled in writing my own scripts). Unfortunately, there is no grouping argument in plotmeans(). Therefore, I have overlaid three plots (plotting all stations witin year). However, as the graphs are exctly overlaid, it is not possible to distinguish the confidence intervals. How do I introduce jitter? Data2007, Data2008 and Data2009 are the dataframes with the data from that particular year including all the stations...
2014 Feb 01
2
[RFC 14/16] drm/nouveau/fb: add GK20A support
...from the limitations of a large, > >> contiguous pool. > >> > > I don't know if Tegra124 is similar to 114 in this regard [hint: get the > > TRM out :)], but if you go for a dedicated VRAM allocator, wouldn't it > > make sense to take a chunk of the MMIO overlaid memory for this when > > possible, rather than carving this out of CPU accessible mem? > > This is probably a stupid question... what do you need VRAM for > anyways? In _theory_ it's an abstraction to talk about memory that's > not accessible by the CPU. This is obviously...
2011 Feb 06
2
Legend outside the plot? xpd?
...plot data on the same subject so I'm having one legend, to the right of the center graph. I'm using mar=c(5,15,4,15) to bring the sides in so that the graphs are square and not stretched wide. To have the graph to the side I'm thinking xpd=T. Each graph has a number of points and lines overlaid, so plot ();lines(),lines(),lines() etc. The data is somewhat of a subset of a larger set, so I'm limiting what is being displayed. The lines plot trends of the wider data. P: With xpd=T, the lines are going right out of the graph boxes to the outer limit of the plot boundaries, as would be t...
2005 Sep 14
4
Graphical presentation of logistic regression
...odels in the archives, but maybe someone has solved it already? In short, Smart et al suggest that a logistic regression be presented as a combination of the two histograms for successes and failures (with one presented upside down at the top of the figure, the other the right way up at the bottom) overlaid by the probability function (ie logistic curve). It's somewhat hard to describe, but is nicely illustrated in the full text version above. I think it is a sensible way of presenting these results and am keen to do so - at the moment I can only do this by generating the two histograms and the lo...
2018 Jul 25
2
Question about target instruction optimization
...dev > <llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org <mailto:llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org>> wrote: > > This is a question about optimizing the code generation in a (new) > Z80 backend: > > The CPU has a couple of 8 bit physical registers, e.g. H, L, D and > E, which are overlaid in 16 bit register pairs named HL and DE. > > It has also a native instruction to load a 16 bit immediate value > into a 16 bit register pair (HL or DE), e.g.: > > LD HL,<imm16> > > Now when having a sequence of loading two 16 bit register pairs >...
2005 Jul 31
5
SWIG compilation
The result of the compilation after installing swig results in lots of errors of the sort: WindowDisabler.obj : error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol _SWIG_Ruby_ConvertPtr I can see this is defined in rubydef.swg but I''m not sure why this isn''t just included in the files that need it. Can any swig experts tell me what I need to do to progress? I''m using
2012 Jan 05
1
Corrupt mbr and disk directory map
...ed in 'tar cvf /dev/sda filename' instead of 'tar cvf /dev/sdb filename'. /dev/sda is our main (boot/root/apps) scsi hard drive. I realized my mistake, but it was too late. The system is still powered up and running, but I am sure that I have overlaid (and trashed) the mbr and the disk directory map. When I run the 'fdisk /dev/sda' command, the console displays: "Device contains neither a valid DOS partition table, nor Sun, SGI or OSF disklabel. Building a new DOS disklabel. Changes will remain in memory only, until yo...
2014 Feb 02
0
[RFC 14/16] drm/nouveau/fb: add GK20A support
...s of a large, >> >> contiguous pool. >> >> >> > I don't know if Tegra124 is similar to 114 in this regard [hint: get the >> > TRM out :)], but if you go for a dedicated VRAM allocator, wouldn't it >> > make sense to take a chunk of the MMIO overlaid memory for this when >> > possible, rather than carving this out of CPU accessible mem? >> >> This is probably a stupid question... what do you need VRAM for >> anyways? In _theory_ it's an abstraction to talk about memory that's >> not accessible by the CPU...
2007 Jan 29
1
overlay xyplot on contourplot in lattice in R
Hi everybody, I want to do a contourplot in lattice with my raw data overlaid on it(xyplot) which seemed to be a very easy thing to do. I've tried it in many ways, but I haven't succeeded at obtaining it. let's say x, y, and z as the variables that comes from the data frame ''ex'': therefore my countourplot is as followed : contourplot(z ~ x...
2009 Aug 26
3
[LLVMdev] ISRs for PIC16 [was [llvm]r79631 ...]
...thing > can overlap between the trees since we know that the trees are > disjoint except via the ISR itself. Thus, we don't overlay anything > from one tree with anything from the other tree. True. To overlay within these two separate trees we used an llvm-ld pass again. Though we overlaid only the leaf nodes in that pass but I think using a runOnSCC we can extend this approach to overlay sections in such a way that a function and any of its predecessor have separate memory areas. Does that approach sound ok? > User assembly throws a big wrench into the works, but it's not...
2008 Feb 27
1
ggplot2 boxplot confusion
Ultimately my aim is to get a plot of density faceted by 2 factors with a horizontal boxplot overlaid on each density plot in the grid to indicate summary stats. So I've been experimenting with creating boxplots and density plots. Here's some representative data. series = c('C2','C4','C8','C10','C15','C20') ids = c('ID1','ID2'...
2006 Feb 08
2
Prototype: Position.clone()
...s the duplicate clone method of Position serve a subtle purpose that I don''t understand? I feel kind of foolish even asking, but ... I just don''t get it. I''ve been looking at this for a couple days now and as far as I can tell, the first definition is useless as it gets overlaid by the second one. I don''t see any closure trickery going on here, either. I''m surprised to find something like this in what is otherwise beautiful code. clone: function(source, target) { source = $(source); target = $(target); target.style.position = ''ab...
2010 Apr 20
3
Words appear to be bolded in the PDF output
Hi all, I have written a note near each of my graphs using mtext. mtext(text,side=1,line=4,cex=0.5,adj=0) Then I have exported the graphs as a PDF file. pdf(file=name,paper='a4',width=7.27,height=10.69) The mtext appears OK in R. But it looks like it is bolded in the PDF file. http://n4.nabble.com/file/n2016971/graph.png I am not sure if this is actually my
2009 Aug 27
0
[LLVMdev] ISRs for PIC16 [was [llvm]r79631 ...]
...ot extend it to do the indirect calls as well? And placement of function pointer descriptors can be done in AsmPrinter. Implementation for (2) This wouldn't be much different from what we did in the patch we sent: Add an llvm-ld pass to color the functions (same color function frames will be overlaid). The pass will add the color information to the section attribute of the function, and this information will be used by AsmPrinter to construct appropriate section information in assembly output. Implementation for (3) Conceptually speaking, similar to (1) we have to separate the context of intri...
2000 Aug 09
1
Trying to make plot of several time series in same graph
Dear Friends in R: On RedHat linux, R-1.1, I've gotten far enough to create the graph that shows on the screen with 3 lines, but I have some trouble. Here is the way I created the three "overlaid" graphs: data<-read.table("DataCulture0",header=T,as.is = TRUE) attach(data) tmp1<-plot(acquaint~T,type='l', ylim=c(0,1),ylab="average proportion",xlab="PERIOD",xlim=c(1,6000),lty=1,pch=1,main="") par("new"=TRUE) tmp2<-plot(h...
2012 Feb 04
2
Share-based security
Hello guys, I am using Samba version 3.5.6~dfsg-3squeeze6 and it is running very well with winbind authentication on our internal network. Now I want to expose one share and one printer to another network (192.168.2.0/24), so now this server is configured with two NICs. My smb.conf is as follows: [global] workgroup = GALILEU-F realm = GALILEU-F.GALILEU.PT server
2004 Jul 26
2
[fdo] Re: On translation regressions due to freedesktop.org dependencies
...re are a lot of projects hosted on fd.o, and giving a few people commit access to all of them is like a blank cheque. So, IMO, giving all translators CVS access isn't really a solution. What is? (I don't know.) One possibility is having a i18n module with a structure such that it can be overlaid over member projects, and performing the necessary CVS-fu to make this happen (e.g. you check out dbus, and dbus/ comes from /cvs/dbus/dbus, and dbus/i18n or whatever comes from /cvs/i18n/dbus). ... I can't really think of much else. If there is clear consensus...