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interactive(), but do not find such a example in the online-documentation page.
I am using VSCode as an IDE. I use the jupyter plugin that enables jupyter notebooks to be used in the interface of VSCode. Everything was working well until recently. Now when I have a cell with :
import hyperspy.api as hs
The kernel dies. It is working well with
import hyperspy though. Is that a known issue ? Is anybody else using VSCode and the hyperspy api ?
Is there a way of adapting 'fit_component' function to work using multiple threads on a CPU? The only mention of parallel processes that I found in the docs was in SAMFire and in the map function. I have a relatively specific order of component fits (for EELS core-loss data) that I wouldn't want to change. Any advice on how to approach this would be appreciated!
(I just recently got my hands on a computer, where parallelising would save a significant amount of time)
Hello, i have a followup question for my question above.
I want to contribute to a package that already excist (The eds packages). How would i go about using my contribution? By forking the repo and including my methodes in the relevant classes or should i create my own class, and have that inherit from eds? In the latter case, i am struggeling to get the inheritance to work properly, i have written some code, but when i try to apply my method too a dataset it exclaim that EDSSpectrum does not have the attribute, should correct inheritance not fix this? Or is the only way to create my code in a forked repo of the relevant signal?
This might be a trivial question but i cant seem to find the answer. (Maybe i lack some understandig of classes)