How to use the param.Callable function in param

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operator=lambda x: np.clip(x, 0, 0.5)

    Alternatively, you can implement a transform computing the 2D
    autocorrelation using the scipy library with:

    operator=lambda x: scipy.signal.correlate2d(x, x)

    output_type = Image

    group = param.String(default='Transform', doc="""
        The group assigned to the result after applying the

    operator = param.Callable(doc="""
       Function of one argument that transforms the data in the input
       Image to the data in the output Image. By default, acts as
       the identity function such that the output matches the input.""")

    def _process(self, img, key=None):
        processed = ( if not self.p.operator
                     else self.p.operator(
        return img.clone(processed,

class image_overlay(Operation):
    Operation to build a overlay of images to a specification from a
    subset of the required elements.
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step_offset = param.Number(default=0, doc="""
      The number of steps to offset the sweeper by.""")

    reset_period = param.Number(default=4,bounds=(0,None),doc="""
        Period between generating each new translation episode.""")

    speed = param.Number(default=2.0/24.0,bounds=(0.0,None),doc="""
        The speed with which the pattern should move,
        in sheet coordinates per time_fn unit.""")

    relative_motion_orientation = param.Number(default=pi/2.0,bounds=(0,2*pi),doc="""
        The direction in which the pattern should be moved, relative
        to the orientation of the supplied generator""")

    time_fn = param.Callable(default=param.Dynamic.time_fn,doc="""
        Function to generate the time used as a base for translation.""")

    def num_channels(self):
        return self.generator.num_channels()

    def function(self, p):
        motion_time_fn = OffsetTimeFn(offset=p.time_offset,
        pg = p.generator
        motion_orientation = pg.orientation + p.relative_motion_orientation

        step = int(p.time_fn() % p.reset_period) + p.step_offset
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class CrossSelector(CompositeWidget, MultiSelect):
    A composite widget which allows selecting from a list of items
    by moving them between two lists. Supports filtering values by
    name to select them in bulk.

    width = param.Integer(default=600, allow_None=True, doc="""
        The number of options shown at once (note this is the
        only way to control the height of this widget)""")

    height = param.Integer(default=200, allow_None=True, doc="""
        The number of options shown at once (note this is the
        only way to control the height of this widget)""")

    filter_fn = param.Callable(, doc="""
        The filter function applied when querying using the text
        fields, defaults to Function is two arguments, the
        query or pattern and the item label.""")

    size = param.Integer(default=10, doc="""
        The number of options shown at once (note this is the only way
        to control the height of this widget)""")

    definition_order = param.Integer(default=True, doc="""
       Whether to preserve definition order after filtering. Disable
       to allow the order of selection to define the order of the
       selected list.""")

    def __init__(self, **params):
        super(CrossSelector, self).__init__(**params)
        # Compute selected and unselected values
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mode must be supported.""")

    size=param.Integer(100, doc="""
        The rendered size as a percentage size""")

    widget_mode = param.ObjectSelector(default='embed', objects=['embed', 'live'], doc="""
        The widget mode determining whether frames are embedded or generated
        'live' when interacting with the widget.""")

    css = param.Dict(default={},
                     doc="Dictionary of CSS attributes and values to apply to HTML output")

    info_fn = param.Callable(None, allow_None=True, constant=True,  doc="""
        Renderers do not support the saving of object info metadata""")

    key_fn = param.Callable(None, allow_None=True, constant=True,  doc="""
        Renderers do not support the saving of object key metadata""")

    post_render_hooks = param.Dict(default={'svg':[], 'png':[]}, doc="""
       Optional dictionary of hooks that are applied to the rendered
       data (according to the output format) before it is returned.

       Each hook is passed the rendered data and the object that is
       being rendered. These hooks allow post-processing of rendered
       data before output is saved to file or displayed.""")

    # Defines the valid output formats for each mode.
    mode_formats = {'fig': {'default': [None, 'auto']},
                    'holomap': {'default': [None, 'auto']}}

    # Define comms class and message handler for each mode
    # The Comm opens a communication channel and the message
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def estimate_label_width(labels):
    Given a list of labels, estimate the width in pixels
    and return in a format accepted by CSS.
    Necessarily an approximation, since the font is unknown
    and is usually proportionally spaced.
    max_length = max([len(l) for l in labels])
    return "{0}px".format(max(60,int(max_length*7.5)))

class Widgets(param.ParameterizedFunction):

    callback = param.Callable(default=None, doc="""
        Custom callable to execute on button press
        (if `button`) else whenever a widget is changed,
        Should accept a Parameterized object argument.""")

    view_position = param.ObjectSelector(default='below',
                                         objects=['below', 'right', 'left', 'above'],
        Layout position of any View parameter widgets.""")

    next_n = param.Parameter(default=0, doc="""
        When executing cells, integer number to execute (or 'all').
        A value of zero means not to control cell execution.""")

    on_init = param.Boolean(default=False, doc="""
        Whether to do the action normally taken (executing cells
        and/or calling a callable) when first instantiating this
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A very short, identifiable human-readable string that
       meaningfully describes the batch to be executed. Should not
       include spaces as it may be used in filenames.''')

    description = param.String(default='', doc='''
       A short description of the purpose of the current set of tasks.''')

    metadata = param.Dict(default={}, doc='''
       Metadata information to add to the info file.''')

    max_concurrency = param.Integer(default=2, allow_None=True, doc='''
       Concurrency limit to impose on the launch. As the current class
       uses subprocess locally, multiple processes are possible at
       once. Set to None for no limit (eg. for clusters)''')

    reduction_fn = param.Callable(default=None, doc='''
      A callable that will be invoked when the Launcher has completed
      all tasks. For example, this could inform the user of completion
      (eg. send an e-mail) among other possibilities.''')

    timestamp = param.NumericTuple(default=(0,)*9, doc='''
      Optional override of timestamp (default timestamp set on launch
      call) in Python struct_time 9-tuple format.  Useful when you
      need to have a known root_directory path (see root_directory
      documentation) before launch. For example, you should store
      state related to analysis (eg. pickles) in the same location as
      everything else.''')

    timestamp_format = param.String(default='%Y-%m-%d_%H%M', allow_None=True, doc='''
      The timestamp format for the root directories in python datetime
      format. If None, the timestamp is omitted from root directory
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# Other operations #

class collapse(Operation):
    Given an overlay of Element types, collapse into single Element
    object using supplied function. Collapsing aggregates over the
    key dimensions of each object applying the supplied fn to each group.

    This is an example of an Operation that does not involve
    any Raster types.

    fn = param.Callable(default=np.mean, doc="""
        The function that is used to collapse the curve y-values for
        each x-value.""")

    def _process(self, overlay, key=None):
        if isinstance(overlay, NdOverlay):
            collapse_map = HoloMap(overlay)
            collapse_map = HoloMap({i: el for i, el in enumerate(overlay)})
        return collapse_map.collapse(function=self.p.fn)

class gridmatrix(param.ParameterizedFunction):
    The gridmatrix operation takes an Element or HoloMap
    of Elements as input and creates a GridMatrix object,
    which plots each dimension in the Element against
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This class is designed to run commands that take a single numeric
    argument that acts additively. Namely, it is expected that a slow
    running command 'run_hook(X+Y)' can be arbitrarily broken up into
    multiple, faster executing calls 'run_hook(X)' and 'run_hook(Y)'
    without affecting the overall result.

    For instance, this is suitable for simulations where the numeric
    argument is the simulated time - typically, advancing 10 simulated
    seconds takes about twice as long as advancing by 5 seconds.

    interval = param.Number(default=100, doc="""
        The run interval used to break up updates to the progress bar.""")

    run_hook = param.Callable(default=param.Dynamic.time_fn.advance, doc="""
        By default updates time in param which is very fast and does
        not need a progress bar. Should be set to some slower running
        callable where display of progress level is desired.""")

    def __init__(self, **params):

    def __call__(self, value):
        Execute the run_hook to a total of value, breaking up progress
        updates by the value specified by interval.
        completed = 0
        while (value - completed) >= self.interval: