I assume you are using the pROC package. The x argument can be set to "all" as in coord_list[[1]] <- coords(roc_train, x = "all") This will return all coordinates of the ROC curve....

python,coordinates,coords,astropy

This is one way to do it: In [1]: import numpy as np In [2]: from astropy import units as u In [3]: from astropy.coordinates import SkyCoord, FK4, FK5, Galactic In [4]: clra = np.zeros(3) In [5]: cldec = np.zeros(3) In [6]: c1 = SkyCoord(clra * u.deg, cldec * u.deg,...

python,tkinter,tuples,coords,tkinter-canvas

What makes you think you can pass a tuple of tags to canvas.coords? As you can read on effbot.org, The New Mexico Tech website and in the Tk Manual you can pass an id or a tag. It will then return the coordinates of the first matching item or you...

javascript,canvas,html5-canvas,limit,coords

First find the angle between the mouse point and center of circle Then calculate the needed point using that angle and radius of circle To find the angle: var diffX = mouseX - centerX; var diffY = mouseY - centerY; var angle = Math.atan2(diffY, diffX); To find the new...