unity – Pivot is not updated programmatically

I have a canvas. As a child, it has an empty game object. This object has a RectTransform component. The RectTransform Pivot value is set to 0.4, 0.5 (x, y).
In one code I wanted to update the pivot value as follows:

Debug.Log(((RectTransform)transform).pivot);  // logs: (0.4, 0.5)
((RectTransform)transform).pivot.Set(0.3f, 0.8f);
Debug.Log(((RectTransform)transform).pivot);  // logs: (0.4, 0.5)

I do not know why the set command does not work. The tooltip for Set reads: "Set x and y components of an existing Vector2"

postgresql – Multivariate Pivot in Postgres without Crosstabs

I have a bunch of subqueries that I used to retrieve the following data structure (which I've created for brevity in a table):

CREATE TABLE newtable (
    id int8 NULL,
    start_of_week varchar NULL,
    dow varchar NULL,
    hours int NULL
);

and data:

INSERT INTO newtable
(id, start_of_week, dow, hours)
VALUES (1677200432956441811, '2019-10-20', 'friday   ', 5),
('1677200432956441811', '2019-10-20', 'thursday ', 5),
('1677200432956441811', '2019-10-27', 'tuesday  ', 10),
('1677200432956441811', '2019-10-27', 'wednesday', 10),
('1677200432956441811', '2019-10-27', 'sunday   ', 5),
('1677200432956441811', '2019-10-27', 'monday   ', 10),
('1677200432956441811', '2019-10-27', 'thursday ', 10),
('1684371316653688689', '2019-10-27', 'thursday ', 4),
('1684371316653688689', '2019-10-27', 'wednesday', 4),
('1684371316653688689', '2019-10-27', 'saturday ', 3),
('1684371316653688689', '2019-10-27', 'friday   ', 3),
('1684371316653688689', '2019-11-03', 'sunday   ', 3),
('1700349277961717472', '2019-10-27', 'tuesday  ', 1),
('1700349277961717472', '2019-10-27', 'wednesday', 1),
('1700349277961717472', '2019-10-27', 'thursday ', 1),
('1700440362062972711', '2019-10-27', 'tuesday  ', 8),
('1700440362062972711', '2019-10-27', 'monday   ', 8);

Now I want to be able to swing this table id and start_of_week so the output would ideally be:

id                  | start_of_week | sunday | monday | tuesday | wednesday | thursday | friday | saturday 
1677200432956441811 | 2019-10-20    | null   | null   | null    | null      | 5        | 5      | null
1677200432956441811 | 2019-10-27    | 5      | 10     | 10      | 10        | 10       | null   | null
etc...

Ideally, I would do this without crosstabs.

I tried to use:

select 
    production_id,
    start_of_week,
    (CASE WHEN dow='sunday' THEN hours END) "sunday"
    ...

But for some reason, the result only renders null,

Here is a db-fiddle link to the above

SQL Server: Disabling the pivot table in a self-referencing table

How do you cancel the rotation of such a table?

Table A:

+----+------------+--------+--------+--------+
| Id | Level0     | Level1 | Level2 | Level3 |
+----+------------+--------+--------+--------+
| 0  | TMI        |        |        |        |
+----+------------+--------+--------+--------+
| 1  | TMI        | A      |        |        |
+----+------------+--------+--------+--------+
| 2  | TMI        | A      | B      |        |
+----+------------+--------+--------+--------+
| 3  | TMI        | A      | B      | C      |
+----+------------+--------+--------+--------+
| 4  | TMI        | A      | B      | D      |
+----+------------+--------+--------+--------+

Back to the self-referencing table as follows:

Table B:

+----+-----------+----------+--------+
| Id | LevelName | ParentId | Level  |
+----+-----------+----------+--------+
| 0  | TMI       |          | Level0 |
+----+-----------+----------+--------+
| 1  | A         | 0        | Level1 |
+----+-----------+----------+--------+
| 2  | B         | 1        | Level2 |
+----+-----------+----------+--------+
| 3  | C         | 2        | Level3 |
+----+-----------+----------+--------+
| 4  | D         | 2        | Level3 |
+----+-----------+----------+--------+

I can go from Table B to Table A, but how does it continue? Table A to Table B?

SQL – Is this the right way to insert data into a transitive / pivot table in MySQL?

It has happened to me several times and I do not know if it is the right way, but in this example we have two tables with an M: M relationship that is linked by a transitive / pivot table. I only save with the language I use the data in both the independent and the transitive table, example:

We have a blog where one post can belong to multiple categories and multiple categories can have the same post.

INSERT INTO posts (nombre_post) VALUES ('nombre de ejemplo');

INSERT INTO categorias (nombre_categoria) VALUES ('nombre de la categoria');

INSERT INTO posts_categorias (post_id, categoria_id) VALUES (1, 1);

What I always do would be something in pseudocode

var tablaDependiente.idTablaDependiente1 = entrada;

var tablaDependiente.idTablaDependiente2 = entrada;

var tablaDependiente.guardar();

It seems to me that my approach is very cumbersome because I have to write the code myself to save the data in the pivot table and then save it. There is no SQL / constraints function or a way to save the data in the pivot table without having to do it? Something like me is creating a record of a separate table and then its id is stored in the pivot table.

To group duplicate values ​​from the pivot table in Excel

I have an excel pivot table, but it has records over 1036 records. I've tried to use the method like other tutorials like "distinct count," but it does not seem to work. How would I be able to group these many duplicate records into just 6 records like Akamai, Malware Infection, Suspicious Activities, Poor Security, Tripwire, Recon? Excel displays all elements independently of the duplicates. I want to add the value together with its number so that all suspicious activity is below a value with its total value rather than having multiple suspicious activity. How should I tackle these problems?

Pivot table with his diagram

Algorithms – What is the probability of comparing the small and the largest element in the array when randomly selecting the pivot element?

Consider the recursive quick sort With random pivoting every time a random panning element is evenly selected. When this randomized algorithm is applied to an array with n different element, what is that probability that the smallest and the greatest Element will be compared during the execution of the algorithm.

Google Spreadsheet – How do I select different non-contiguous columns to create a pivot table?

I work with Google Spreadsheets pivot tables. It works well for me and I get interesting data, basically thanks to what I put in. How do I see what the most common value (fashion) of a column is?

On this occasion I have read the following book table

 A  |  B    |   C   |  D   |   E    |   F
año | libro | autor | nota | idioma | país autor

With type entries

 A   |  B               |   C         | D | E   |   F
-------------------------------------------------------------
2004 | Hamlet           | Shakespeare | 8 | ES  | Reino Unido
2005 | Crimen y castigo | Dostoievski | 9 | CAT | Rusia
2011 | Dersu Uzala      | Arseniev    | 8 | EN  | Rusia 

Now I want to create a pivot table that lists the countries where the author came from. Indicate how many books I have read from each country and how many notes it has on average.

In this particular case something like:

país        | #libros | nota media
----------------------------------
Rusia       |    2    |     8,5
Reino Unido |    1    |     8

I could do the first part:

país        | #libros
---------------------
Rusia       |    2
Reino Unido |    1

With a pivot table, in which I simply choose the column F:F, To average the notes, I also need the column D and I do not know how to convert F:F in something like D:D;F:F, What would the shape be?

Google Sheets: Sum up data in a pivot table, but exclude certain data if it's a specific value in a particular column

I have some data in a Google Drive table where I want to run a pivot table. There are 3 columns Element, Cost, Omit as in the screenshot below

Screenshot of the table columns

I want to group the cost by elements, but exclude all rows with the value "omit" in the "omit" column.

I've started to set up the pivot table to group costs by cost, which works well, but I can not figure out how to exclude the "omitted" elements in the pivot table summary.

To help, I have created a common Google spreadsheet here File > make a copy if you want to use it. Link to the Google Drive table: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1gvsg8shqWJnK_zRxQUFcWDwJxE1ym6lSE35fSAqpx8s/edit#gid=0

Field syntax "Google Sheets / Pivot Table Editor / Filter / Filter By Condition / Custom Formula Is"

When I create a pivot table in Google Sheets, there is one Pivot Table Editor I can use to configure the pivot table.

The bottom of the editor's interface is filter (which allows me to add filters). If I add a filter, I have to select a column from the source data. After I have selected a column, I am able Filter by condition and Filter by values,

By values is simple enough – it presents a checklist. Under the condition works well with options like Contains text and Text ends with, But the last option in the by values List is Custom formula is, This option interests me, but is not fully documented on the Help page (https://support.google.com/docs/answer/7572895?hl=en).

What is the syntax of the formula? How do I reference the line in the source area of ​​the pivot table to which the filter is applied? I did a test that I attend = M3 = 5 and if I set the value 5 to cell M3 of the worksheet where the pivot table is located (not the worksheet that contains the source area), then the filter is all-passed, otherwise it is not passable. What is the meaning of it? How do I relate to the value of the cell in question? That would be very useful! Then I could use a formula like = AND(!="Financial", !="Income") and other such constructs, but at the moment it is (the Custom formula is Option) is almost useless.