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Pandas – Automate a range of weekly reports, including graphics and report delivery

I've written a code to automate some weekly reports. I had help overflowing, my original question. I have code that works for the most part, but there are some things I just can not fix.

In a nutshell, you go through the data and create a dictionary with data frames based on the unique key-values ​​for the position. I can use the dictionary to create summary reports for each site. I had wanted to make another dictionary based on "sublocation". Instead, with some advice, I'll make a list of each sublocation, access each element in the df-dict, loop through the loop to find the appropriate sublocations, and make diagrams.

My problems are as follows:

  1. Code is slow
  2. Charts are not formatted correctly (overlapping with tight_layout too)
  3. For sublocation reports, I find it difficult to save to the correct folder. I think this has to do with how I want to format the string in the text savefig. For each sublocation I refer to, the name is given with the value (& # 39; location & # 39;). I think this is always updated on every loop so it does not work.
  4. I have the error exception because locating matches loc to subloc. Not every subfolder is displayed in the dictation value data frame

Below is the code

f = 'path'
d = pd.DataFrame()
d= pd.read_csv(f)
dfs = dict(tuple(d.groupby('location')))
for key, value in dfs.items():
    try:
        fig, axs = plt.subplots(2, 3);
        sns.countplot(y='ethnic', data=value, orient='h', palette ='colorblind', ax=axs(0,0));
        sns.countplot(y='Ratio', data=value,orient='v', palette ='colorblind',ax=axs(1,0));
        sns.countplot(y='site', data = value, ax=axs(0,1));
        sns.countplot(y='STATUS', data = value, ax = axs(1,1))
        sns.countplot(y='Assessment', data = value, ax = axs(0,2))
        #pth = os.path.join(tmppath, '{0}'.format(key))
        for p in axs.patches:
            ax.text(p.get_x() + p.get_width()/2., p.get_width(), '%d' % int(p.get_width()), 
            fontsize=12, color='red', ha='center', va='bottom')
        plt.tight_layout(pad=2.0, w_pad=1.0, h_pad=2.0);
        plt.set_title('{0}'.format(key)+'Summary')
        plt.savefig("basepath/testing123/{0}/{1}.pdf".format(key,key), bbox_inches = 'tight'); 
        plt.clf()

        #plt.show()
    except:
        plt.savefig("basepath/{0}/{1}.pdf".format(key,key), bbox_inches = 'tight');
        #plt.savefig("{0}.pdf".format(key), bbox_inches = 'tight'); 
        pass

#####Now for sublocations

dfss = dict(tuple(d.groupby('site')))

#%%

for key, value in dfss.items():
    a =(repr(value('school_dbn')(:1)))

    try:
        fig, axs = plt.subplots(2, 3);
        #tmppath = 'basepath/{0}'.format(key);
        sns.countplot(y='ethnic', data=value, orient='h', palette ='colorblind', ax=axs(0,0));
        sns.countplot(y='Program)', data=value,orient='v', palette ='colorblind',ax=axs(1,0));
        sns.countplot(y='AltAssessment', data = value, ax = axs(0,2))
        pth = os.path.join(tmppath, '{0}'.format(key))
        plt.tight_layout(pad=2.0, w_pad=1.0, h_pad=2.0);
        plt.set_title('{0}'.format(key)+'Summary')
        plt.savefig("basepath/{0}/{1}_{2}.pdf".format(value('location')(-6:),value('location')(-6:),key), bbox_inches = 'tight'); 
        plt.clf()

        #plt.show()
    except:
        plt.savefig("basepath/testing123/{0}/{1}_{2}.pdf".format(value('location')(-6:),value('location')(-6:),key), bbox_inches = 'tight');
        #plt.savefig("{0}.pdf".format(key), bbox_inches = 'tight'); 
        pass

The reason why I want to save this is that each location has a folder with the same name. Sublocation belongs only to one site, so I would like to call location_sublocation.pdf & # 39; to save.

PS: I hope that's clear, I'm not so good at making these posts

Create a weekly reminder email workflow in SharePoint Designer 2013?

Workflows are triggered by an event on an item. In your case this would be a task item and the event would be an item that was created or modified. If you use SharePoint 2013 style workflows, you can call a web service to retrieve all open tasks for that user. The problem is that if the user has 12 tasks, they can receive 12 emails with the same amount every week. To work around this, your workflow would need to check another list to see if the weekly reminder has already been sent.

The workflow logic might look like this:

  • Beginning of the loop
  • Sleep for seven days (actually sleep until next Monday morning).
  • Review the Tasks Workflow Tasks list to see if the e-mail has been sent. If no e-mail was sent:
    • Add a new entry with the username and start date of this week to the Workflow Hints for Tasks list.
    • Get the ID of the current user in the Assigned to column (required for the web service call).
    • Go to a web service to get a list of all incomplete tasks for the current user.
    • Generate an e-mail with the list of incomplete tasks.
  • loop

This is not the ideal first workflow! Do you have workflow resources in your company that you can access?

This workflow becomes even more complicated if you have assigned several to a single task!

The REST call might look like this:

https://yourServer/sites/yourSite/_api/web/lists/getbytitle('Tasks')/items?$filter=AssignedToId eq 12

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Function building – summarizing data points in a list into weekly groups?

Look at a format like data

data = {{{2002, 7, 30}, 1.20431}, {{2002, 7, 31}, 0.52822}, 
        {{2002, 8, 1}, -1.51937}, {{2002, 8, 2}, -1.2966},
        {{2002, 8, 5}, -1.97334}, {{2002, 8, 6}, 1.07311},
        {{2002, 8, 7}, 0.224605}, {{2002, 8, 8}, 1.78266},
        {{2002, 8, 9}, 0.90241}, {{2002, 8, 12}, 0.502187}};

I'd like to have a function that adds a dimension to the list and automatically collects all data points that belong together for a week, such as

weekly[data]

with issue

 {
  {
    {{2002, 7, 30}, 1.20431}, {{2002, 7, 31}, 0.52822}, 
    {{2002, 8, 1}, -1.51937}, {{2002, 8, 2}, -1.2966}
  }
  ,
  {
    {{2002, 8, 5}, -1.97334}, {{2002, 8, 6}, 1.07311},
    {{2002, 8, 7}, 0.224605}, {{2002, 8, 8}, 1.78266},
    {{2002, 8, 9}, 0.90241}
  }
  ,
  {
    {{2002, 8, 12}, 0.502187}
  }
 };

Is there a function in Mathematica that can do that? Or maybe you can implement that?

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