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2006 Mar 14
3
Help doing find - look for nonempty habtm
I''ve got a Cuisine and a Restaurant model, with a habtm. One thing I want to do is find all the cuisines that have at least one restaurant associated with them. Right now I''m using the following SQL query: SELECT DISTINCT(cuisines.*) FROM cuisines, restaurants, cuisines_restaurants WHERE cuisines.id = cuisines_restaurants.cuisine_id AND restaurants.id =
2017 Nov 06
1
minor usability issue: confusing error message with guestmount + fuse errors
Hello, Using older libguestfs 1.34.6-2 (from Ubuntu's standard package), I encountered this: libguestfs fails with an error, but the error code is "success": $ sudo guestmount -m /dev/sda1 --ro \ -o allow_others \ -a data.qcow2 \ /media/foo fuse: unknown option `allow_others' libguestfs:
2018 Jan 16
1
sshfs mounting on Centos 6.9
Hi all, I am trying to mount on boot a sshfs filesystem. I have tried this in /etc/fstab backup at myserver.com:/home/backup/myserver /backup fuse.sshfs nonempty,allow_other 0 2 but only works when network works. I have also tried this in my crontab: @reboot sshfs -o idmap=backup myserver.com:/home/backup/myserver /backup but doesn?t seem
2015 Feb 10
3
[PATCH 1/3] generator: add a simple HTML escaping function
--- generator/utils.ml | 8 +++++++- generator/utils.mli | 3 +++ 2 files changed, 10 insertions(+), 1 deletion(-) diff --git a/generator/utils.ml b/generator/utils.ml index b24ba8c..3a62084 100644 --- a/generator/utils.ml +++ b/generator/utils.ml @@ -360,4 +360,10 @@ let args_of_optargs optargs = | OInt64 n -> Int64 n | OString n ->
2013 Jan 02
2
rbind: inconsistent behaviour with empty data frames?
The rbind on empty and nonempty data frames behaves inconsistently. I am not sure if by design. In the first example, first row is deleted, which may or may not be on purpose: df1 <- data.frame() df2 <- data.frame(foo=c(1, 2), bar=c("a", "b")) rbind(df1, df2) foo bar 2 2 b Now if we continue: df1 <- data.frame(matrix(0, 0, 2)) names(df1) <- names(df2)
2011 Apr 20
1
[LLVMdev] Is this a bug in clang?
> No, Johannes is right: "undefined behavior" requires evaluation. Undefined behavior does not require evaluation. For example, undefined behavior occurs when "A nonempty source file does not end in a new-line character which is not immediately preceded by a backslash character or ends in a partial preprocessing token or comment." John
2011 Jul 26
1
[LLVMdev] Fix crash in gold LTO plugin
While doing research using the LLVM link time optimizer, we discovered a bug in the LTO plugin. After running the passes, the plugin tries to tell gold about 0 symbols produced from a bitcode file, indexing an empty vector in the expression &I->syms[0]. We're not completely sure if this is the best patch or if it is a symptom of a larger problem, but it worked for us. When we found
2003 Apr 13
1
The priority in HTB
Hi, In the article Hierachical token bucket theory says that "Just look at the self feed list and select the nonempty slot (one with a line) with lowest level and highest prio." Then I wonder that if the highest priority class is always in the "CAN SENT" mode, the other classes will have less opportuinity to send packet? Becase they have to wait the hightest priority class
2020 Mar 28
0
[klibc:update-dash] dash: expand: Fix multiple issues with EXP_DISCARD in evalvar
Commit-ID: 1285f79afbd9686c78c7815203ecbf3e87a81ff8 Gitweb: http://git.kernel.org/?p=libs/klibc/klibc.git;a=commit;h=1285f79afbd9686c78c7815203ecbf3e87a81ff8 Author: Herbert Xu <herbert at gondor.apana.org.au> AuthorDate: Wed, 12 Sep 2018 14:27:16 +0800 Committer: Ben Hutchings <ben at decadent.org.uk> CommitDate: Sat, 28 Mar 2020 21:42:55 +0000 [klibc]
2017 Jun 24
2
Comparing pooled proportions(complication and reoperation rates) of different treatment modalities
Note though that this has been put on hold on stats.stackexchange.com as off-topic. On 23/06/2017 19:33, Bert Gunter wrote: > Probably the wrong list. R-help is concerned with R programming, not > statistics methodology questions, although the intersection can be > nonempty. > > I suggest you post on stats.stackexchange.com instead, which *is* > concerned with
2017 Jun 23
0
Comparing pooled proportions(complication and reoperation rates) of different treatment modalities
Probably the wrong list. R-help is concerned with R programming, not statistics methodology questions, although the intersection can be nonempty. I suggest you post on stats.stackexchange.com instead, which *is* concerned with statistics methodology questions. Cheers, Bert Bert Gunter "The trouble with having an open mind is that people keep coming along and sticking things into
2014 Oct 13
2
[PATCH][git-pull] lua: fix broken bindings, switch to using methods, document things
The following changes since commit 81ad566f155fac31089fde69c87059b217e7e9b6: NEWS: Update for 6.03 release (2014-10-06 09:27:44 -0700) are available in the git repository at: https://github.com/wferi/syslinux/ pub for you to fetch changes up to 68cb978ab7e692d772e4d62d3585b8f7bac43b4b: lua: simplify the function/value handling in the automenu test (2014-10-13
2017 Jun 26
0
Comparing pooled proportions(complication and reoperation rates) of different treatment modalities
What is the best way to change my R code to be able to compare the pooled proportions(complication and reoperation rates) with the Chi square method? Verstuurd vanaf mijn iPhone > Op 24 jun. 2017 om 14:18 heeft Michael Dewey <lists at dewey.myzen.co.uk> het volgende geschreven: > > Note though that this has been put on hold on stats.stackexchange.com as off-topic. > >>
2017 Dec 28
0
Why aov() with Error() gives three strata?
Jorge: FYI, *generally speaking,* queries that are mostly statistical in nature, such as yours, are off topic here -- this list is about R programming help, not statistical help. Having said that, you still may get a useful response here -- the r-help/statistics intersection *is* nonempty. However, if not, 2.5 suggestions: 1. Try posting to r-sig-mixed-models instead. Repeated measures are a
2008 Nov 14
3
--link-dest but only if rsync detects differences
I'm currently using rsync and --link-dest to give me something like a poor-man's incremental snapshot to disk. But I really only want to generate a new backup if rsync detects differences, otherwise I don't need a new backup. Currently I do something like this: rsync -a --delete --link-dest=../backup.previous/ source/ backup.next/ diff -r backup.previous backup.next
2017 Dec 28
2
Why aov() with Error() gives three strata?
Dear list users, I am trying to learn Repeated measures ANOVA using the aov() interface, but I'm struggling to understand its output. According to tutorials on the web, formula for a repeated measures design is: aov(Y ~ IV+ Error(SUBJECT/IV) ) This formula does work but it returns three strata (Error:SUBJECT, Error: SUBJECT:IV, Error: Within), when I would expect two strata (Within and
2017 Dec 28
2
Why aov() with Error() gives three strata?
Bert, thanks for the reply but I feel that my question is less about statistics and more about R interface. Specifically, because the output of R seems different than other programs (systat, for example, gives a between and a within table instead of a three level one). I am familiar with the connection between mixed models and repeated measures,and how mixed models are essentially replacing the
2017 Jun 23
5
Comparing pooled proportions(complication and reoperation rates) of different treatment modalities
Dear sir/madame, I am currently writing a meta-analysis on the complication and reoperation rates of 5 different treatment modalities after a distal radius fracture. I was able to pool the rates of the 5 different rates using R. Now I have to compare the pooled rates of the 4 treatment modalities with the golden standard separately. I though the chi squared test would be the best method. How
2017 Dec 29
0
Why aov() with Error() gives three strata?
At any rate: Error(SUBJECT/IV) specifies two random effects: SUBJECT and SUBJECT:IV. This is most easily understood if you conceptually arrange your data in a SUBJECT x IV table: One effect is a set of random errors added to each row, the other is a set of effects added to each cell. If you have more than one observation within each cell, then you need a third set of errors to account for
2011 Apr 20
2
[LLVMdev] Is this a bug in clang?
> It's the evaluation of the expression "i++ + i++" that result in undefined > behavior. If you merely compile a program that contains the expression, the > expression is never evaluated. You need to execute the program to have the > expression be evaluated and behavior be undefined. I don't think this is correct. The standard does not make much of a distinction