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 Re: [Jtreeview-users] height of subtrees From: Alok Saldanha - 2007-01-15 07:05:49 Attachments: Message as HTML ```Dear Itamar, By height of subtree, I will assume you mean the x axis offset for the horizontal (i.e. gene) tree, or the y-axis offset for the vertical (i.e. array) tree. The height of each subtree is given by the correlation of the node that corresponds to that subtree, so the problem of calculating the height of subtrees is fairly trivial. In JTV, the interval from the minimum correlation to 1.0 correlation is mapped onto the interval of pixels that are available, so once you know the minimum correlation in the tree (typically the correlation of the root node) and the number of available pixels, you can calculate subtree height in pixels. Did I misunderstand the question? -Alok On Jan 10, 2007, at 1:46 PM, Itamar Cohen wrote: > Hi all, > > I have been working with trees in the same format as the ones used > in jtreeview (cdt & gtr files). I have recently been trying to > calculate height of subtrees. I'm sure that's a problem addressed > in the treeview, do you have a specific method for this calculation? > > Thanks > Itamar Cohen > > Get the Live.com Holiday Page for recipes, gift-giving ideas, and > more. Check it out! > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- > --- > Take Surveys. Earn Cash. Influence the Future of IT > Join SourceForge.net's Techsay panel and you'll get the chance to > share your > opinions on IT & business topics through brief surveys - and earn cash > http://www.techsay.com/default.php? > page=join.php&p=sourceforge&CID=DEVDEV________________________________ > _______________ > Jtreeview-users mailing list > Jtreeview-users@... > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/jtreeview-users ```
 [Jtreeview-users] height of subtrees From: Itamar Cohen - 2007-01-10 21:46:48 Attachments: Message as HTML ```Hi all, =20 I have been working with trees in the same format as the ones used in jtree= view (cdt & gtr files). I have recently been trying to calculate height o= f subtrees. I'm sure that's a problem addressed in the treeview, do you ha= ve a specific method for this calculation? =20 Thanks Itamar Cohen =20 _________________________________________________________________ Get the Live.com Holiday Page for recipes, gift-giving ideas, and more. http://www.live.com/?addtemplate=3Dholiday= ```
 Re: [Jtreeview-users] Program crashing From: Alok J. Saldanha - 2007-01-09 11:22:38 ```Dear Raj, That's odd! I haven't heard of anything similar happening, much less something as reproducible as what you're seeming. I'm at a loss to explain it... which version of Java and JTV are you using (type "java -version" at the command line)? I have two suggestions: 1) On mac os x, open the Console application (Found in Applications/Utilities). When you try to open java treeview and nothing happens, it's probably running into an error on startup that should be printed to the console. Cutting and pasting the error message complete with source code line numbers would be very helpful to me. 2) Since the problem occurs during subsequent startup, there's probably something with your file/directory naming is giving java treeview problems. it might name the file something boring and put it in a boring place. It might help to delete the global config file, which is located in a system-dependent way as =20 described here: http://jtreeview.sourceforge.net/docs/JTVUserManual/single.html#ch2_persist= ence_global On unix, this resolves to a .javaTreeViewXmlrc file in your home =20 directory. On OSX, it resolves to a JavaTreeView Config in your =20 home directory. On PC, it resolves to a jtview.xml file, although =20 I'm not sure where windows considers your home directory to be. Deleting the global file should allow JTV to run in a similar fashion as the first time, but will probably not solve the problem given how reproducible it is. The console output would be most informative.=20 -Alok > Hello, >=20 > We ran TreeView initially, and it worked great, on all the machines we ra= n > it on. We then took a break, closed the programs, and tried starting them > again. This Time, however, the pogram refuses to start at all. One of the > Macs gave an error code saying: >=20 > Cannot Launch Java application > java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException: 2 >=20 > The other mac and the Windows machine didn't do anything at all, and just > seemed to act like as if I didn't try to run the program at all. > Program won't start, both on a Windows machine, and two Macs >=20 > A prompt reply would be appreciated, as we have a paper to publish and ar= e > extremely excited to run this really cool program :). >=20 > Thanks, > --=20 > Raj Srikrishnan > rsrikris@... > (281) 748-0619 >=20 ```
 [Jtreeview-users] Program crashing From: Raj Srikrishnan - 2007-01-08 19:56:09 Attachments: Message as HTML ```Hello, We ran TreeView initially, and it worked great, on all the machines we ran it on. We then took a break, closed the programs, and tried starting them again. This Time, however, the pogram refuses to start at all. One of the Macs gave an error code saying: Cannot Launch Java application java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException: 2 The other mac and the Windows machine didn't do anything at all, and just seemed to act like as if I didn't try to run the program at all. Program won't start, both on a Windows machine, and two Macs A prompt reply would be appreciated, as we have a paper to publish and are extremely excited to run this really cool program :). Thanks, -- Raj Srikrishnan rsrikris@... (281) 748-0619 ```

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