Mined Opinions For API: caliper

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  • Since caliper also uses Gson, I can in fact use the caliper code for parsing the data all the way into specialized Java classes.. details
  • I also tried using CODETERM4 , but it would still expect complete documents, and not return a meaningful result at each CODETERM5 .. details
  • Essentially, I'm interested in all complete CODETERM6 sections inside the wrapper CODETERM7 .. details
  • The reason is that I'm currently using URL_https://code.google.com/p/caliper/ [caliper] for some (micro-) benchmarks, and while the benchmark is _still running_ (or if I canceled it prematurely), the output file will not be a complete JSON document.. details
  • (I don't like the Caliper web interface, because it is slow, does not scale to large experiment sets, and a lot of data fails to submit and is then missing from the run.). details
  • But that is a nasty hack, and not robust towards future changes of caliper output.. details
  • The reason is that I'm currently using URL_https://code.google.com/p/caliper/ [caliper] for some (micro-) benchmarks, and while the benchmark is _still running_ (or if I canceled it prematurely), the output file will not be a complete JSON document.. details
  • (I don't like the Caliper web interface, because it is slow, does not scale to large experiment sets, and a lot of data fails to submit and is then missing from the run.). details
  • Right now, I'm using a nasty hack, that uses the known indentation that caliper currently produces to split the result document at CODETERM3 into chunks, then parse only these until the last one fails.. details
  • But that is a nasty hack, and not robust towards future changes of caliper output.. details
Summaries the opinions about caliper using topic modeling.
  • 0. complete result raw inside wrapper essentially specialized expect fact return: 3
    • Since caliper also uses Gson, I can in fact use the caliper code for parsing the data all the way into specialized Java classes.. details
    • I also tried using raw_decode , but it would still expect complete documents, and not return a meaningful result at each }, .. details
    • Essentially, I'm interested in all complete {} sections inside the wrapper [] .. details
  • 0. output benchmark lot result produce chunk submit experiment scale prematurely: 4
    • But that is a nasty hack, and not robust towards future changes of caliper output.. details
    • The reason is that I'm currently using caliper for some (micro-) benchmarks, and while the benchmark is _still running_ (or if I canceled it prematurely), the output file will not be a complete JSON document.. details
    • (I don't like the Caliper web interface, because it is slow, does not scale to large experiment sets, and a lot of data fails to submit and is then missing from the run.). details
    • Right now, I'm using a nasty hack, that uses the known indentation that caliper currently produces to split the result document at },\n\ \ { into chunks, then parse only these until the last one fails.. details
Summaries of the opinions about caliper using three algorithms (Textrank, Lexrank and Luhn) adopted from extractive summarization. Each algorithm was used once for the positive opinions and once for the negative opinions.
  • I also tried using raw_decode , but it would still expect complete documents, and not return a meaningful result at each }, .
  • Essentially, I'm interested in all complete {} sections inside the wrapper [] .
  • Since caliper also uses Gson, I can in fact use the caliper code for parsing the data all the way into specialized Java classes .
  • I also tried using raw_decode , but it would still expect complete documents, and not return a meaningful result at each }, .
  • Essentially, I'm interested in all complete {} sections inside the wrapper [] .
  • Since caliper also uses Gson, I can in fact use the caliper code for parsing the data all the way into specialized Java classes .
  • I also tried using raw_decode , but it would still expect complete documents, and not return a meaningful result at each }, .
  • Essentially, I'm interested in all complete {} sections inside the wrapper [] .
  • Since caliper also uses Gson, I can in fact use the caliper code for parsing the data all the way into specialized Java classes .
  • The reason is that I'm currently using caliper for some (micro ) benchmarks, and while the benchmark is still running (or if I canceled it prematurely), the output file will not be a complete JSON document .
  • (I don't like the Caliper web interface, because it is slow, does not scale to large experiment sets, and a lot of data fails to submit and is then missing from the run ).
  • Right now, I'm using a nasty hack, that uses the known indentation that caliper currently produces to split the result document at },\n\ \ { into chunks, then parse only these until the last one fails .
  • But that is a nasty hack, and not robust towards future changes of caliper output .
  • The reason is that I'm currently using caliper for some (micro ) benchmarks, and while the benchmark is still running (or if I canceled it prematurely), the output file will not be a complete JSON document .
  • (I don't like the Caliper web interface, because it is slow, does not scale to large experiment sets, and a lot of data fails to submit and is then missing from the run ).
  • Right now, I'm using a nasty hack, that uses the known indentation that caliper currently produces to split the result document at },\n\ \ { into chunks, then parse only these until the last one fails .
  • But that is a nasty hack, and not robust towards future changes of caliper output .
  • The reason is that I'm currently using caliper for some (micro ) benchmarks, and while the benchmark is still running (or if I canceled it prematurely), the output file will not be a complete JSON document .
  • (I don't like the Caliper web interface, because it is slow, does not scale to large experiment sets, and a lot of data fails to submit and is then missing from the run ).
  • Right now, I'm using a nasty hack, that uses the known indentation that caliper currently produces to split the result document at },\n\ \ { into chunks, then parse only these until the last one fails .
  • But that is a nasty hack, and not robust towards future changes of caliper output .
Summaries of the opinions about caliper using Opinosis, an abstractive summarizer of opinions..
Summaries of the opinions about caliper using contrastive viewpoints. Each entry contains a pair of positive and negative sentences that are most likely discussing about similar API features.
Summaries of opinions about based on specific API aspects, such as, performance, usability, etc. The 'Overview' page provides an overview of the aspects detected in the opinions. The 'Trend' page shows the distribution of polarity over time for each aspect. The 'Positive Opinions' page groups positive opinions by the detected aspects. The 'Contrastive By Aspect' page shows paris of contrastive opinions under each aspect (where found).
Performance:
  • N/A
  • The reason is that I'm currently using URL_https://code.google.com/p/caliper/ [caliper] for some (micro-) benchmarks, and while the benchmark is _still running_ (or if I canceled it prematurely), the output file will not be a complete JSON document.
Features:
  • Essentially, I'm interested in all complete CODETERM6 sections inside the wrapper CODETERM7 .
  • N/A
Usability:
  • Since caliper also uses Gson, I can in fact use the caliper code for parsing the data all the way into specialized Java classes.
  • The reason is that I'm currently using URL_https://code.google.com/p/caliper/ [caliper] for some (micro-) benchmarks, and while the benchmark is _still running_ (or if I canceled it prematurely), the output file will not be a complete JSON document.
  • Features: 1
    1. general: 1
      • Essentially, I'm interested in all complete CODETERM6 sections inside the wrapper CODETERM7 .. details
  • Usability: 2
    1. general: 2
      • Since caliper also uses Gson, I can in fact use the caliper code for parsing the data all the way into specialized Java classes.. details
      • I also tried using CODETERM4 , but it would still expect complete documents, and not return a meaningful result at each CODETERM5 .. details
  • Performance: 3
    1. general: 3
      • The reason is that I'm currently using URL_https://code.google.com/p/caliper/ [caliper] for some (micro-) benchmarks, and while the benchmark is _still running_ (or if I canceled it prematurely), the output file will not be a complete JSON document.. details
      • (I don't like the Caliper web interface, because it is slow, does not scale to large experiment sets, and a lot of data fails to submit and is then missing from the run.). details
      • But that is a nasty hack, and not robust towards future changes of caliper output.. details
  • Usability: 4
    1. general: 4
      • The reason is that I'm currently using URL_https://code.google.com/p/caliper/ [caliper] for some (micro-) benchmarks, and while the benchmark is _still running_ (or if I canceled it prematurely), the output file will not be a complete JSON document.. details
      • (I don't like the Caliper web interface, because it is slow, does not scale to large experiment sets, and a lot of data fails to submit and is then missing from the run.). details
      • Right now, I'm using a nasty hack, that uses the known indentation that caliper currently produces to split the result document at CODETERM3 into chunks, then parse only these until the last one fails.. details
      • But that is a nasty hack, and not robust towards future changes of caliper output.. details