I've got a list of 8 coordinates stored as list of lists: coordinates = [[47.2486, -1.54806], [43.5656, 1.47417], [48.3592, -4.57], [48.1439, 17.1097], [39.6275, 140.198], [30.0458, 31.2625], [38.9371, -77.0869], [33.9, 35.4823]] With the following script, I seek to output a matrix of coordinates: import numpy from scipy.spatial.distance import pdist coordinates_array =...

I am having a problem in choosing a adequate distance function to measure the similarity (dissimilarity) between two relative frequency vectors. More specifically, I am using shape feature vectors that contain data about the basic shapes (circle, triangle, square) present in an image. Thus the vectors are in the form...

I have two non-traditional vectors and I'd like to compute the Euclidian distance between them. The vectors are set up as follows: line1 = '2:20 3:20 5:10 6:10 10:20' line2 = '1:18 2:20 4:10 6:10 8:20 9:10 10:10' For each element, the first number is the location in the vector...

Is it possible to aggregate with a custom function that uses two columns to return one column? Say I have a dataframe: x <- c(2,4,3,1,5,7) y <- c(3,2,6,3,4,6) group <- c("A","A","A","A","B","B") data <- data.frame(group, x, y) data # group x y # 1 A 2 3 # 2 A 4...

For example: I have the following classes: public class A {} public class B:A {} public class C:B {} public class D:C {} If there is a convenient method like to get a hierarchy distance to the base class(instead of testing D.IsSubclassOf(B)) to determine if D is closer to A,...

I'm stuck on this and it's so simple but I don't understand anything of Javascript. Basically I want to create a simple calculation to know the travel time, based on three different variables. I'll have to say real quick that I'm dutch so some words are dutch and some are...

$userLat1=51.509904342252; $userLong1= -0.13413459062576; $userLat2=51.517618; $userLong2= -0.096778; $userLat3=51.5017863; $userLong4= -0.0536478; $userLat=51.509904342252; $userLong= -0.13413459062576; $lat2=51.495042; $long2= -0.131382; $url = "https://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/distancematrix/json?origins=".$userLat.",".$userLong."&destinations=".$lat2.",".$long2."&mode=driving&sensor=false"; //$response = file_get_contents($url); $ch = curl_init(); curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_URL, $url); curl_setopt($ch,...

My assignment is to create main class in which I initialize the value of any point to be at (0,0,0) and to be able to access and mutate all three values (x,y,z) individually. To do this I have used getters and setters. My next task is to create a method...

So when i start the web app, the server gets the user geolocation and save it as variable (latitude/longitude) I've got a database with: ID, Name, Latitude, Longitude Now i want to select all entries from the database and order them by distance I know how to calculate the distance...

I am porting a iOS code on Android, and I need to get the length of a polyline, which I have as an Array of LatLng's. This is the code of the IOS app that I'm trying to replicate: GMSPath *pathOfStep = nextDict[@"path"]; double progressOnStep = GMSGeometryLength(pathOfStep); Now how could...

I have SimpleGestureDetectorListener and implemented onScroll as follows: public boolean onScroll(MotionEvent e1, MotionEvent e2, float distanceX, float distanceY) { Log.i("MOVE_LARGE", "e1.getY=" + e1.getY()+" "+"e2.getY="+e2.getY()); Log.i("MOVE_SMALL", "distanceY=" + distanceY); FrameLayout.LayoutParams params = (FrameLayout.LayoutParams) fragmentContainer.getLayoutParams(); int nextMargin = params.topMargin - (int) distanceY; if (Math.abs(distanceY )> MOVE_TRESHOLD) { setContainerMargin(nextMargin); } return true; }...

I'm working on a clustering program in Java. I'm trying to find the point that has the longest distance from another point in an 2-dimentional diagram with x and y axis. I though I could use pytagoras: Where the square of the Y-axis of the starting point + the square...

I'm trying to create a code in racket that will find the maximum distance in a binary search tree from the root to a leaf. I've seen this done in C++ but am having trouble translating it to racket. I've managed to calculate all the nodes in a tree, but...

So I have two questions: First I'm trying to print my array that contains 1004 elements but it's printing only the first 29 elements and then jumping to 974 to continue printing. How can I get the full array of 1004 elements? This is my code paired_data = [] for...

Hi I receive the following error in my logcat and I do not know what is the problem: (I have added log statements) D/loop!﹕ rows D/loop!﹕ elements W/System.err﹕ org.json.JSONException: No value for distance W/System.err﹕ at org.json.JSONObject.get(JSONObject.java:355) W/System.err﹕ at org.json.JSONObject.getJSONObject(JSONObject.java:574) W/System.err﹕ at info.tabsswipe.Results.getDistance(Results.java:279) Here is my code: String distance = getDistance(currentlatitude,...

I am completely new to NoSQL DBS such as Cassandra, Mongo, Redis, etc. and I want to create this type of a structure : { "item_id": "ABC1", "x1": 0.55, "x2": -0.29, ... "x100": 0.17 } Basically, I have millions of items and 100 floats associated with each of them. My...

I have a bunch of points {A, B, C, ...., X} and I want to store their distances in a matrix. One extra complication is that the distance from A to B and not the same as the distance from B to A, they are asymmetric. My aim is to...

I have four supply stations (S1, S2, S3 S4) and End Point (EU) with fixed coordinates on a grid as follows. % Grid Definition n = 10; % Number of grids in the x-direction x = 50; % Dimension of a grid in the x-direction k = 8; % Number...

I'm trying to create an ordered map which uses relative distance comparisons. However, the way ConcurrentSkipListMap(which is what I'm using at the moment) interprets comparisons from Comparator makes comparing relative distances impossible. Are there any data structures which allow for map like key-value operations and relative ordering? When I say...

I have a point coordinate based on two double values x0,y0 both in this format: xx.x (point as decimal separator) In a database I have a list of lines that are defined by the coordinates x1,y1 as startpoint and x2,y2 as endpoint. Among other columns, (such as line thickness and...

I have a raster with a set of unique ID patches/regions which I've converted into a two-dimensional Python numpy array. I would like to calculate pairwise Euclidean distances between all regions to obtain the minimum distance separating the nearest edges of each raster patch. As the array was originally a...

I have been researching google maps distance matrix API and am wondering if google maps is the best/cheapest distance calculation API? I am currently developing an application that will need to quickly figure out the distance between two cities, but am relatively low on money. I know that Google Maps...

I want to classify pixels of one tiff image according to pixel's RGB colour. The input is an image and three predefined colours for water(r0,g0,b0), forest(r1,g1,b1) and building(r2,g2,c2). The classification is based on the distance between image pixel and these three colors. If a pixel is closet to the water,...

Basically, I have a fixture, and a point. I want to know the distance between them (not between their centers). I know there exists the Distance API, but it only works with 2 fixtures :/...

I have a pixel matrix containing some points and a lot of zero elements. From those non-zero points, I want to discard those that have a stronger point in range N withing the matrix. The range is an euclidean distance between the pixels. input = [0.0 0.0 0.0 0.9 0.0...

I have a Pandas version 0.15.2 dataframe as below with an ordinal column rate, represented initially as strings. My end goal is to find the similarities of different rows in the df (in reality I have a lot more rows and more ordinal variables). Currently, to factorize() while enforcing the...

For an ellipsoid of the form with orientation vector and centre at point , how to find whether a point is inside the ellipsoid or not? An additional note that the geometry actually is with a=b (spheroid) and therefore one axis is sufficient to define orientation Note: I see a...

Say I have calculated the euclidean distance between two images using colour as a feature and also calculated the distance between the two images using edge. I want to test to see if combining these two distance values will give a better representation of how similar the images are. To...

For a side project in my PhD, I engaged in the task of modelling some system in Python. Efficiency wise, my program hits a bottleneck in the following problem, which I'll expose in a Minimal Working Example. I deal with a large number of segments encoded by their 3D beginning...

Here's a distance formula I run through the update method to keep track of the distance between 2 sprites: -(void)distance { double dx = (_spriteA.position.x - _spriteB.position.x); //(x2 - x1); double dy = (_spriteA.position.y - _spriteB.position.y); //(y2 - y1); dist = sqrt(dx*dx + dy*dy); } -(void)update:(NSTimeInterval)currentTime { [self distance]; //Calculate...

I need to calculate the distance on a grid between 2 points. The movement allowed is horizontal and vertical as well diagonal to the next neighbor (so 45 degree rotations). So Manhattan distance is not an option. Also Euclidean distance is not an option cause then it does not move...

I have a list of nodes which belong in a graph. The graph is directed and does not contain cycles. Also, some of the nodes are marked as "end" nodes. Every node has a set of input nodes I can use. The question is the following: How can I sort...

I've been trying to solve this problem for a while now, but I can't seem to wrap my head around it. I am still new to R and a first time poster here. I tried to follow the rules as much as possible, but please let me know if I...

I want to place the two boxes at the bottom of link, the both article-boxes (div.content), side by side like you see, but without the big distance between them. How to fix this? Here is relevant code : div.content { text-align: justify; color: #939393; padding: 25px 90px; margin: 0px auto...

I found a piece of code on web. It calculates the Minimum bounding rectangle by a given lat/lon point and a distance. private static void GetlatLon(double LAT, double LON, double distance, double angle, out double newLon, out double newLat) { double dx = distance * 1000 * Math.Sin(angle * Math.PI...

my question is really trivial but as a beginner in NetLogo I still cannot find my answer.. I have created a patchy surface (available here: basic nlogo code) to setup clear-all setup-patches reset-ticks end ;create patchy surface to setup-patches ask n-of 5 patches [ set pcolor green ] ask patch...

I want to measure the distance (Euclidean) between data sets of 5 dimensions. It looks like this: center x 0 [0.09771348879, 1.856078237, 2.100760575, 9.25... [-1.35602640228e-12, -2.94706481441e-11, -6.51... 1 [8.006780488, 1.097849488, 0.6275244427, 0.572... [4.99212418613, 5.01853294023, -0.014304672946... 2 [-1.40785823, -1.714959744, -0.5524032233, -0.... [-1.61000102139e-11, -4.680034138e-12, 1.96087... index, then point (center), and the third...

In python there is the distance_transform_edt function in the scipy.ndimage.morphology module. I applied it to a simple case, to compute the distance from a single cell in a masked numpy array. However the function remove the mask of the array and compute, as expected, the Euclidean distance for each cell,...

This question already has an answer here: python from list of tuples, get tuple closest to a given value 3 answers I'm Using Python and done something with the following, Given a list of tuple coordinates, find the nearest coord to a specified coord (Google Maps Coords)). But not...

I have this numpy array with points, something like [(x1,y1), (x2,y2), (x3,y3), (x4,y4), (x5,y5)] What I would like to do, is to get an array of all minimum distances. So for point 1 (x1, y1), I want the distance of the point closest to it, same for point 2 (x2,y2),...

I have almost 30 different data-sets. Each of them contain a different number of variables and the dimension is around 46. I'm trying to measure the distance between these data-sets, rather than the distance between the items within each data set themselves. My proposal is to find the mean for...