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2017 Oct 13
1
How to define proper breaks in RFM analysis
> On Oct 13, 2017, at 2:51 AM, PIKAL Petr <petr.pikal at precheza.cz> wrote: > > Hi > > You expect us to solve your problem but you ignore advice already recieved. > > Your data are unreadable, use dput(yourdata) instead. see ?dput > >> test<-read.table("clipboard", heade=T) > Error in scan(file = file, what = what, sep = sep, quote = quote,
2017 Oct 13
1
How to define proper breaks in RFM analysis
Hemant's problem is that the indicators are not distributed uniformly. With a uniform distribution, categorization gives a reasonably optimal separation of cases. One approach would be to drop categorization and calculate the overall score as the mean of the standardized indicator scores. Whether this is an option I do not know. I did offer an "eyeball" set of breaks in a previous
2017 Oct 06
1
Help RFM analysis in R (i want a code where i can define my own breaks instead of system defined breaks used in auto_RFM package)
I'm trying to perform an RFM analysis on the attached dataset, I'm able to get the results using the auto_rfm function but i want to define my own breaks for RFM. as follow r <-c(30,60,90) f <-c(2,5,8) m <-c(10,20,30) but when i tried to define my own breaks i got the identical result for RFM i.e 111 for every ID. please help me with this with working R script so that i can get
2017 Oct 23
1
How to define proper breaks in RFM analysis
hello, I'm confused what you guys are talking about. i just want to set ideal threshold values for my RFM scores which can be done using Quantiles but i don't want to use quantiles because my data is not normally distributed so it will lead to wrong ranges of breaks. to fix this problem I'm looking for an approach which can define the ideal range to breaks to categorize RFM scores into
2017 Oct 05
0
RFM Analysis Help
Hi Hemant, As I suspected, the code broke when I got to the line: result <- rfm_auto(df, id="user_id", payment ="subtotal_amount", date="created_at") Error in rfm_auto(df, id = "user_id", payment = "subtotal_amount", date = "cr eated_at") : could not find function "rfm_auto" It looks like you are using the
2006 Jun 28
3
how do I validate currency format if I am storing in cents?
Hi all - To avoid floating point issues, I''ve decided to store monetary values in cents in the database. However, the user will enter these in dollars and cents. Two questions: 1) How do I do the validation for the currency format? It looks like ActiveRecord truncates the cents since it thinks the field type is a Fixnum. Am I forced to do validation in the controller? 2) Where
2018 Apr 26
6
6.0.1-rc1 has been tagged
Hi, I've just tagged the 6.0.1-rc1 release. Testers may begin testing and uploading binaries. Also, any tester who has not tested 5.0.2-rc1 and would like to do so please try to do this before Friday, because I would like to tag 5.0.2-final then. As a reminder to users and developers, May 18 is the deadline for submitting merge requests for 6.0.1, so there is still time to get bug fixes
2007 Aug 29
1
Alternative section to the HOWTO...
IMHO, the priomap explanation in the 9.2.1.1. of the LARTC HOWTO is not clear enough. I only understood it''s real behavior until I read this document from Russell Stuart: http://ace-host.stuart.id.au/russell/files/tc/doc/tc/priority.txt So, based in this information, I''ve prepared an alternative priomap explanation for this section of the HOWTO, if
2008 May 23
3
Have you used the Rails SaaS kit?
Have any of you actually bought & used the Rails SaaS kit? I am considering getting it to skip building out the admin & billing parts but I wanna get feedback from someone who has actually used it. Would you recommend getting the kit? Would you rather get a refund and built it yourself? ~ mel --~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~ You received this message because you are
2006 May 04
4
Two Models one form
I have setup a basic conference registration form. Within that form I have an optional piece of information that would only be filled out if the registrant was a vendor. Here is my relationship: Registration has_one :vendor Vendor belongs_to :registration I want to be able to send both the vendor information and registration information with the same form, but the vendor information might
2007 Jun 28
1
pfifo_fast priomap
Hi list, I have a quick question about the priority mapping of tos bits. The manpage of tc-prio shows a nice table with tos bits and the band they are mapped to: TOS Bits Means Linux Priority Band ------------------------------------------------------------ 0x0 0 Normal Service 0 Best Effort 1 0x2 1 Minimize Monetary Cost 1 Filler
2017 Dec 10
1
MSVAR model
Hello, As I'm interested to search about the monetary transmission channel in our country by MSVAR model,Could you do me favor and tell me How I can run different types of MSVAR model (such as MSIAH(2)-VAR(2)) and finding impulse response function in different regimes and also variance decomposition? Thank you very much in advance. Best Regards, Ahmad [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
2017 Sep 27
1
MSBVAR Package
dear sirs or madam, As I'm interested to search about the monetary transmission channel in our country by MSVAR model, I would be grateful if you help me and tell me how can I run MSVAR in R or send me the related code to run this model . Actually, I'm new user of R and I don't know how to run Markov Switching Var Model in R. Thank you very much in advance for your help. Best
2008 Mar 04
3
rspec vs. test::more
Hey all, you HAVE to read this blog post: http://blog.jrock.us/articles/RSpec%20vs.%20Test::More.pod#comments My favorite parts are: 1) ... some rspec code ... > For the sake of comparison lets translate this directly into perl: ... some perl code ... 2) >First, notice that the rspec-version isn''t actually ruby code. It''s not any real language. For
2006 Oct 17
7
tcl/tk rsync wrapper planned
Hello, we did some research and we would like to try to write a Tcl/Tk wrapper around rsync. Tcl/Tk - - is easy to write - has nice GUI library - is cross platform - has several installers Would somebody be interested to participate? Our goal is - To have a small Windows XP and OS X backup applications that allow the user to select a folder which is sent to a remote server.
2003 Aug 29
1
Priomap
Hi all, Here is something that i still haven''t understood. When installing PRIO, it creates 3 "classes" with priority level according to the TOS. That command line : # tc qdisc add dev eth0 root handle 1: prio give that result : # tc qd sh qdisc prio 1: dev eth0 bands 3 priomap 1 2 2 2 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 How should i read that priomap, what does it mean and how to
2006 Jun 14
7
Cygwin rsync to RH rsync server
Hi all, I''m new to the rsync list. I''ve been searching for two days and have tried five different installs and so far none work the way I need them to. I have an "backup" server running rsync --version: rsync version 2.6.6 protocol version 29 Copyright (C) 1996-2005 by Andrew Tridgell and others <http://rsync.samba.org/> Capabilities: 64-bit files,
2017 Oct 13
1
How to define proper breaks in RFM analysis
Hi You expect us to solve your problem but you ignore advice already recieved. Your data are unreadable, use dput(yourdata) instead. see ?dput > test<-read.table("clipboard", heade=T) Error in scan(file = file, what = what, sep = sep, quote = quote, dec = dec, : line 115 did not have 6 elements What is ?ideal interval? can you define it? Should it be such to provide eqal
2017 Oct 10
1
Help RFM analysis in R (i want a code where i can define my own breaks instead of system defined breaks used in auto_RFM package)
Hello Jim, i have converted all my variable data type according to your attached example including date, and my dataset looks like this. ID purchase date 1234 10.2 2017-02-18 3453 18.9 2017-03-22 7689 8 2017-03-24 but when I'm passing the data
2018 Feb 09
1
[Release-testers] [6.0.0 Release] Release Candidate 2 tagged
On Thu, Feb 8, 2018 at 10:43 PM, Dimitry Andric <dimitry at andric.com> wrote: > On 7 Feb 2018, at 21:51, Hans Wennborg via Release-testers <release-testers at lists.llvm.org> wrote: >> >> There's been a lot of merges since rc1, and hopefully the tests are in >> a better state now. >> >> 6.0.0-rc2 was just tagged, after r324506. >> >>