[gephi-dev] Can one merge two DynamicInteger instances in a third one?
sebastien.heymann at gephi.org
Fri Dec 3 13:06:34 CET 2010
2010/12/3 Cezary Bartosiak <cezary.bartosiak at gmail.com>
> Well, there is no any merge method now. But you can create new
> DynamicInteger that will contain intervals from the first variable and the
> second one. You can do this this way:
> // di1 - the first variable
>> // di2 - the second variable
>> // 1st way:
>> DynamicInteger di3 = new DynamicInteger(di1,
>> di2.getIntervals(Double.NEGATIVE_INFINITY, Double.POSITIVE_INFINITY));
>> // endpoints are included by default, but you can use
>> getIntervals(Interval interval),
>> // which lets you specify if endpoints should be included or excluded
>> // 2nd way:
>> DynamicInteger di3 =
> di2.getIntervals(Double.NEGATIVE_INFINITY, Double.POSITIVE_INFINITY)
> PS. I'll be offline til Monday.
> On 3 December 2010 11:02, Sébastien Heymann <sebastien.heymann at gephi.org>wrote:
>> Hello @dev,
>> I don't find a proper method to merge two DynamicInteger objects. My use
>> I execute a dynamic statistic for a particular time window, and I get a
>> DynamicInteger object containing my results.
>> Then I execute it again but on the next time window, so I get another
>> DynamicInteger object.
>> I want to merge the two results in a single object. How is it possible:
>> - if there is no time overlap?
>> - if there is time overlap?
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