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2009 Mar 01
projecting GIS coordinates for analysis with spatstat package
...8, 49.27548, 49.27548, 49.23475, 49.27759, 49.24524, 49.26271, 49.20531, 49.26337, 49.23862, 49.28447, 49.20871, 49.28306), itype=c("Emergency Medical Service", "Rescue", "Service Call", "Alarm Activation", "Hazardous Condition", "Motor Vehicle Accident", "Emergency Medical Service", "Emergency Medical Service", "Fire", "Alarm Activation", "Emergency Medical Service", "Motor Vehicle Accident", "Emergency Medical Service", "Emergency Medical Service", "Emergen...
2006 Feb 27
Change Bit Value To Text When Viewed
Hey All, very simple question for you folks ;) I have a @commutes object that for each record there is a bit value set (0/1) to denote if an accident occurred. What I want to do is have it display "Yes" or "No" when I view the listing of commutes. I can get it to display the bit value just fine with <%= commute.accident %> but how can I get it so that when a record with a 0 comes up that it displays "No" and i...
2013 Apr 13
Comparison of Date format
...??? 2,A,25-May-01,16-Mar-02 ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? 2,A,6-Mar-02,18-Mar-02 2,A,14-Sep-01,6-Mar-02 ??? ??? ",sep=",",header=TRUE,stringsAsFactors=FALSE) library(stringr) DataA[,3]<- str_trim(DataA[,3]) DataA[,4]<- str_trim(DataA[,4]) DataB<- read.table(text=" ID ??? Date.Accident ??? ??? 1?????? 3-Sep-01? 1 ??? 20-Jan-05 1?????? 26-Feb-04??? ??? 2 ??? 6-Mar-02 ",sep="",header=TRUE,stringsAsFactors=FALSE) ? lst1<-lapply(seq_len(nrow(DataB)),function(i) {x1<-unlist(mapply(function(x,y) which(x==y),DataA[,3:4],DataB[i,2]));x2<-if(length(x1)==2) Dat...
2005 Jun 15
coding to generate a matrix to prepare for chi-sqr test f or text mining
I would compile a table of all the words in the dataset (maybe you have it already), then create a list where each component is an integer vector of indices of words. That is, replace words by their positions in the table. >From that sparse form you could create binary features to use with standard classification methods, or for example compute the X'X matrix for linear regression
2005 Jun 15
coding to generate a matrix to prepare for chi-sqr test for text mining
2008 Nov 11
OT: Polycom Firmware available (by accident?)
Not sure if Polycom is changing their policy or if this is an accident, but you can actually download SIP 3.1.1 right from their web site. Anyone looking for firmware should get it now before it disappears. SIP app and release notes can be found here: -Dave
2010 Oct 17
unbalanced repeated measurements Anova with mixed effects
...embers, I've been struggling with the proper setup for analysing my data. I've performed a route choice experiment, in which participants had to make a choice at each junction for the next road. During the experiment they received traffic information, but also encountered two different accidents. They also made trips without accidents. What I'm interested in is to see if the traffic information influenced their route choice, regarding their total travel time, the delay and the number of junctions they passed. These are thus three dependent variables. The independent variables are...
2008 Jan 29
pivot table in R
Hello, I'm struggling with an elementary problem with R. I have a simple data frame such as this one giving the number of accidents subdivided by sex, age and region. sex age region no_of_accidents F young north 10 F young south 12 F old north 5 F old south 7 M young north 24 M young south 30 M...
2020 Aug 21
RHEL7/CentOS7 RPM of dovecot seems to have dropped tcpwrap support
...; > > /usr/libexec/dovecot/tcpwrap > > > > which leads me to conclusion that the new version is just not compiled with tcpwrap > > support. > > At a guess it was removed from the spec for el8 (which does not support > tcpwrap) and somehow got removed from el7 by accident. The ghettoforge > dovecot23 packages have tcpwrap support for el7: > > # rpm -qf /usr/libexec/dovecot/tcpwrap > > > > Peter Hi! We are looking into this, it was indeed removed from el7 by accident. RPM macros can be quite tricky someti...
2013 Jan 11
[LLVMdev] Arguments to setLatencyPolicy calls swapped by accident in ConvergingScheduler::checkResourceLimits?
Hi, In ConvergingScheduler::checkResourceLimits on line 1535 of MachineScheduler.cpp setLatencyPolicy is called as follows: // Set ReduceLatency to true if needed. Bot.setLatencyPolicy(TopCand.Policy); Top.setLatencyPolicy(BotCand.Policy); So the Bot scheduling boundary is used to set the latency policy of the Top candidate and the other way around. I think this should be: //
2017 Oct 11
Re: [PATCH] v2v: -i vmx: Refuse to load a disk image by accident.
On Wednesday, 11 October 2017 15:25:26 CEST Richard W.M. Jones wrote: > If you accidentally point -i vmx at a disk image, it will try to load > the whole thing into memory and crash. Catch this narrow case and > print an error. > > However don't fail if ‘file’ is not installed or if we don't know what > the file is. > --- > v2v/ | 12 +++++++...
2005 Nov 09
accident modified dataset. How can I recovery it?!
I first try these command, it works quite well. library(lattice) data(cuckoos) levnam <- strsplit(levels(cuckoos$species), "\\.") BUT, i want to try : levnam <- strsplit(levels(cuckoos$species), ".") to see the difference. They maybe I modified the data file, because when I try again, it says: > data(cuckoos) Warning message: data set 'cuckoos' not found in:
2012 Apr 14
how to divide data by week
Dear list users, I have a data frame as below specified. From the 1st of May to the 30th of September of several years (e.g. from 2004 to 2011) I have a frequency of accidents. I need the mean of accidents divided by weeks (i.e. the mean of accidents from the 1st to the 7th of May of all the years, from the 8th to the 14th of May, ..., from the 29th to the 31st of May, from the 1st to the 7th of July and so on). Is there an easy way to do that? Thank you for your help...
2015 Feb 22
2 DCs FSMO when one DC die/accident offline
Dear All, I've read Under section Let assume that DC1 is take all the roles... It tell that we should put the fail DC1 back online and do the role transfer... But below
2007 Sep 12
Accidentally removed glibc & glibc-devel :: Help
Hi, I attempted to ugprade glibc & glibc-devel and ended up removing them entirely by accident. *idiot* What are the steps needed to get glibc back onto my system. Absolutely nothing is working at the moment, rpm, yum, etc. I presume I'm going to have to boot from a rescue CD of some kind. If someone could outline how to do this, or point me to some docs I would be most grateful. (C...
2007 Mar 08
recovery from loss of was erased by accident and now, e.g., iinvoking wget results in: wget: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory [root at mail src]# How does one go about restoring [I've tried Google, compiling current edition from source, yum install...
2016 Feb 25
RFC: Move the test-suite LLVM project to GitHub?
...ush from the command line. > > This is a little more complex. SVN is very conservative on history, > and that saves us from destroying the origin. Git, on the other hand, > allows anyone with write access to completely wipe out the repo. I > don't think anyone would want to, but accidents do happen in git. This is why git has "hooks": for example You can prevent from rewriting the history on the server side, which eliminate risk of "accidents". (You can have a whitelist of people allowed to rewrite the...
2007 Oct 04
rsync stops/hangs (from windows to debian)
...st_size=25934, ...}) = 0 [pid 3023] chmod("", 0755) = 0 [pid 3023] rename("", "") = 0 [pid 3023] open("", O_RDONLY|O_LARGEFILE) = 5 [pid 3023] fstat64(5, {st_mode=S_IFREG|0755, st_size=66799, ...}) = 0 [pid 3023] getxattr("", "system.posix_acl_default", 0xbfa081c0, 132) = -1 EOPNOTSUPP (Operation not supported) [pid 3023] open("im...
2017 Oct 11
Re: [PATCH] v2v: -i vmx: Refuse to load a disk image by accident.
On Wed, Oct 11, 2017 at 05:17:14PM +0200, Pino Toscano wrote: > On Wednesday, 11 October 2017 15:25:26 CEST Richard W.M. Jones wrote: > > If you accidentally point -i vmx at a disk image, it will try to load > > the whole thing into memory and crash. Catch this narrow case and > > print an error. > > > > However don't fail if ‘file’ is not installed or if we don't know what > > the file is. > > --- >...
2005 Jun 22
chisq test and fisher exact test
...econd question is, is this warning b/c I am against the assumption of using chisq. But why Word 3 is fine? How to trace the warning to see which word caused this warning? 3. My result looks like this (after some mapping treating from number id to word and some words are stemmed here, like ACCID is accident): > of[1:50,] map...2. p.fisher 21 ACCID 0.000000e+00 30 CD 0.000000e+00 67 ROCK 0.000000e+00 104 CRACK 0.000000e+00 111 CHIP 0.000000e+00 179 GLASS 0.000000e+00 84 BACK 4.199878e-291 395 DRIVEABL 5.335989e-287 60 CAP 9.405...