DESCRIPTION: I have a piece of Python code, and this code takes a CSV file as input and produces a .player file as output. I’ve four different CSV files, hence, after running the code four times (taking each CSV file one by one), I’ve four .player files.
DATA: The data in the CSV files are put through this code to produce a .player file as output in the range of 0 to 1. So, the code is supposed to read the second column of the CSV files and create a player file in the range of 0 to 1.
pip install -r requirements.txt python player_adjuster.py Load1.csv python player_adjuster.py Load2.csv python player_adjuster.py Load3.csv python player_adjuster.py Load4.csv
PS C:UsersJOHNDocumentsPYTHONGRIDLAB-D> python player_adjuster.py Load1.csv .csv > Enter starttime: Accepted format is 'YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm:ss' ? 2020-08-01 00:00:00 > Simulation Interval: Example acceptable values: 1h, 10s, 5m, i.e. any other integer value followed by h,d,s or m ? 15m > Player file name (dont provide extension. It will automatically have *.player extension ? Load1 PS C:UsersJOHNDocumentsPYTHONGRIDLAB-D>
PROBLEM: The contents of all four .player files are the same. However, they should be different.
WHAT I NEED: Which part of the code is doing this? How can I correct this (i.e., receive different output for different CSV files)?
Analyzing the repository we can see:
x = np.arange(rows_to_make)
x = preprocessing.minmax_scale(x, feature_range=(0, rows_to_make), axis=0, copy=True)
y_new = preprocessing.minmax_scale(x, feature_range=(0, 1), axis=0, copy=True)
x is the same for every CSV file (depends on user input only). So it is definitely 3rd line fault here.
My guess is probably last line that I mentiod here (line 87 in repository) should be something like
y_new = preprocessing.minmax_scale(y_new, feature_range=(0, 1), axis=0, copy=True)