Fix Python – Plotting with seaborn using the matplotlib object-oriented interface

I strongly prefer using matplotlib in OOP style:
f, axarr = plt.subplots(2, sharex=True)

This makes it easier to keep track of multiple figures and subplots.
Question: How to use seaborn this way? Or, how to change this example to OOP style? How to tell seaborn plotting functions like lmplot which Figure or A….

Fix Python – Should I use a class or dictionary?

I have a class that contains only fields and no methods, like this:
class Request(object):

def __init__(self, environ):
self.environ = environ
self.request_method = environ.get(‘REQUEST_METHOD’, None)
self.url_scheme = environ.get(‘wsgi.url_scheme’, None)
self.request_uri = wsgiref.util.request_uri(environ)

Fix Python – Difference between Encapsulation and Abstraction

I had an interview today. I had a question from OOP, about the difference between Encapsulation & Abstraction?
I replied to my knowledge that Encapsulation is basically binding data members & member functions into a single unit called Class. Whereas Abstraction is basically to hide implementation complexity & provide ease of access to the users. I….

Fix Python – How do I design a class in Python?

I’ve had some really awesome help on my previous questions for detecting paws and toes within a paw, but all these solutions only work for one measurement at a time.
Now I have data that consists off:

about 30 dogs;
each has 24 measurements (divided into several subgroups);
each measurement has at least 4 contacts (one for each paw) and


Fix Python – How do I initialize the base (super) class?

In Python, consider I have the following code:
class SuperClass(object):
def __init__(self, x):
self.x = x

class SubClass(SuperClass):
def __init__(self, y):
self.y = y
# how do I initialize the SuperClass __init__ here?

How do I initialize the SuperClass __init__ in the subclass? I am following the Python….