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revised Show the progress of a Python multiprocessing pool map call?
Update the second example to use map_async (was copied incorrectly as imap_unordered)
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comment Check Progress from Python Multiproc Pool
@JamesTobin Agreed - this Q should be closed as a duplicate of that and also stackoverflow.com/questions/5666576 The imap_unordered answer solves this nicely, although the map_async solution has been deprecated somewhere before python 2.7.6
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comment Hops in the compost?
Sorry to hear Steve; thanks for the warning.
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comment Binary representation and setting parallel port data in PsychoPy
Yep, a little counter-intuitive that they're not 1-8, but on the site documentation it mentions "(data pins are pins 2-9 inclusive)", so you're exactly right. Most analysis software lets you create a template with labels so that you can save the meaning of each channel directly with the data - knowing your analysis is key to choosing what your pins will mean. A final note on duration - make sure that they're high enough for the voltage to raise all the way - setting pins high then low within a single 16ms frame or two can sometimes miss signals.
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comment ndim in numpy array loaded with scipy.io.loadmat?
Came back to this again; scipy.io now has a very helpful reference for this: docs.scipy.org/doc/scipy/reference/tutorial/io.html
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