How do solve issues on “download boot loader 0%” on splash tool

In my case l was sent an update via OTA,which l downloaded d and installed ,since then the phone began to drag ,apps refuses to run smoothly finally the phone got softbrick,it boots to the phone logo and never goes beyond the logo.l tried to flash it with the stock rom using spflash tool,on spflash tool it will display the red bar”Download Da 100%” and after that it got stocks on “download boot loader 0%” which eventually translate to “STATUS_DOWNLOAD_EXCEPTION (0xC0050003)”after 15 minutes of waiting. Please how do l get to recover the phone to its initial state. l use umidigi a3.

how to Add custom js after execution of google chart loader js in drupal 7?

Under hook_preprocess_page function, added custom js file used for adding a chart on the page.

    drupal_add_js(drupal_get_path('theme', '****') .'/js/loader.js', array('type' => 'file', 'scope' => 'header'));     drupal_add_js(drupal_get_path('theme', '****') .'/js/compare-fund.js', array('type' => 'file', 'scope' => 'footer', 'weight' => 1));  

Loader.js execute first and compare_fund.js is called at last. But these loader.js file call https://www.gstatic.com/charts/46.2/loader.js which get loaded after my custom js. Due to which it give error

compare-fund.js?pog52v:169 Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'arrayToDataTable' of undefined compare-fund.js?pog52v:278 Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'DataTable' of undefined 

Class construction: Data loader

I’m writing some code which loads a dataset and then performs some transformations on this (relatively large, ~5 GB) dataset. I need different sub-sets of this data for use with analysis code I have wrote in a Jupyter notebook. I’m approaching the problem as follows, but have been learning about different decorators (specifically, class methods) and was wondering if there is a better way of doing the following, particularly could load_data be a class method?

class Data():      def __init__(self, filename='/path_to_data'):         self.df = self._load_data(filename)         self._transform_df()      def _load_data(self, filename):         """doc string to write"""         data = pd.read_csv(filename)         # do other stuff to data         return data     def _transform_df(self):         """doc string to write"""         self.df['Date'] =  pd.to_datetime(self.df['Date'], format="%Y/%m/%d %H:%M:%S")     def get_subset_data(self, p1, p2):        """doc string to write"""        mask = ((self.df['value_1']==p1) &                 (self.df['value_2']==p2)                )        return self.df[mask]      def __repl__():         return 'Data({})'.format(filename)       # more definitions  

Then what I will do is load the data once and generate the different subsets when needed:

global_df = Data() subset_1_df = global_df.get_subset_data(p1=1, p2=2) subset_2_df = global_df.get_subset_data(p1=10, p2=20)  ... 

No Boot Loader after Ubuntu Installation (18.04.2 LTS)

I’ve recently purchased a new laptop and i wanted to install Ubuntu, replacing Windows 10. After setting my BIOS CSM Support to Enabled and Secure Boot to Disabled, i proceeded with my ubuntu setup. I selected “Erase disk and install Ubuntu” choice but after a successful installation, when i rebooted my laptop instead of launching GRUB my BIOS appeared telling me there was nothing to boot.

windows goot loader to fix grub?

i have a laptop that have a windows 10 i installed kali linux but i wasn’t able to connect somehow so i just cleared the kali partition… i knew that i’ll have some problems with grub but i was ready with an Ubuntu USB and an article that has some command that helped me the last time but this time it didn’t work( the commands are “sudo apt-get install lilo” then “sudo lilo -M /dev/sda mbr” but it was useless) so i had to install ubuntu to search for a solution… i have an idea: install a windows boot loader so when i delete the ubuntu partition it wont be a problem i hope someone will help me because it’s my father’s pc … thank you