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2010 Jul 31
3
Installing iTunes on Linux Mint Isadora 9
Hi all, I have downloaded the latest version of wine in order to run iTunes but when I tried to execute the program here is what I get : cd /home/sally/Documents $ wine iTunes64Setup.exe Trying to load PE image for unsupported architecture (AMD-64) err:process:create_process starting 64-bit process L"Z:\\home\\sally\\Documents\\iTunes64Setup.exe" not supported on this
2016 Apr 20
0
Data reshaping with conditions
Hi sri, As your problem involves a few logical steps, I found it easier to approach it in a stepwise way. Perhaps there are more elegant ways to accomplish this. svdat<-read.table(text="Count id name type 117 335 sally A 19 335 sally A 167 335 sally B 18 340 susan A 56 340 susan A 22 340 susan B 53 340 susan B 135 351 lee A 114 351 lee A 84 351 lee A 80 351 lee A 19 351 lee A 8 351 lee A
2016 Apr 20
2
Data reshaping with conditions
Dear All, I am trying to reshape the data with some conditions. A small part of the data looks like below. Like this there will be more data with repeating ID. Count id name type 117 335 sally A 19 335 sally A 167 335 sally B 18 340 susan A 56 340 susan A 22 340 susan B 53 340 susan B 135 351 lee A 114 351 lee A 84 351 lee A 80 351 lee A 19 351 lee A 8 351 lee A 21 351 lee A 88 351 lee B 111 351
2016 Apr 21
2
Data reshaping with conditions
Hi Jim, Thanks for your time. But somehow this code did not help me to achieve my expected output. Problems: 1) x, y are coming as logical rather than values as I mentioned in my post 2) The values that I get for Max A and Max B not correct 3) It looks like a pretty big data, but I just need to concatenate the values with a comma, the final output will be a character
2016 Apr 21
0
Data reshaping with conditions
Hi sri, I think that I see what you mean. Your statements: x = Count_A_less_than_max of (Count type B) y = Count_A_higher_than_max of (Count type B). I took to mean that you wanted a logical value for x and y. Looking more closely at your initial message, I see that you wanted _all_ values of A with respect to maxB in x and y. The error with maximum values was due to a typo. Perhaps this will do
2008 Jan 31
2
request to install app
Hi, I would like to generate a facebook call on behalf of a user to create a request to another user to install the app. Is there a way to do this without being in a fb_request_form? the use case is: Fred is creating a task, he assign it to a friend Sally , if Sally has already installed & setup my app, no problem, if she hasnt, I want to send an add request from Fred along with
2012 Feb 01
3
Probit regression with limited parameter space
Dear R helpers, I need to estimate a probit model with box constraints placed on several of the model parameters. I have the following two questions: 1) How are the standard errors calclulated in glm (family=binomial(link="probit")? I ran a typical probit model using the glm probit link and the nlminb function with my own coding of the loglikehood, separately. As nlminb does not
2005 May 31
1
Built-In Transfer Questions
I've read the Wiki on using asterisk's built-in transfer options (#8 and #6). They work fine but how does one cancle an attended transfer? Example: I have person on phone, I hit #6 to being att-transfer. I enter Sally's extension. I let it ring for a few seconds. Sally never picks up but her voicemail does. How do I hangup her voicemail and resume the previous call? The example on the
2007 Jan 18
1
Sip Phone CID
This might sound like an odd question.... but here it is anyways... We currently have Polycom 501 phones. We have Asterisk with Realtime/MySQL running for our SIP/Voicemail/Extensions. When one phone dials another, the receiving end does in fact see the callers ID. But... our old phone system set the caller id on the senders phone to show who they called. Example... If Sally calls
2006 Jun 28
4
What does => mean ?
I see => is a hash in ruby so is # ,,, errrg But then I see in Rails #=> and then render :action => ''list.rhtml'' and other uses to it ,, I just need some sort of definition to what it mean, is it redirect send_to ''then'' no wait : is then ,,, help... -- Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
2006 May 26
7
migration with required data
I''m working on a bugtracker application in rails. I have a Bug model and I want to add a Priority to the mix. A Bug can have one priority. I generate a Priority model, modify my Bug model with a belongs_to :priority and create my migration like so: class CreatePriorities < ActiveRecord::Migration def self.up create_table :priorities do |t| t.column :name, :string,
2012 Nov 15
1
confidence intervals with glmmPQL
Hi - I am using R version 2.13.0. I have run several GLMMs using the glmmPQL function to model the proportion of fish caught in one net to the total caught in both nets by length. I started with a polynomial regression full model with three length terms: l, l^2, and l^3 (l=length). The length terms and intercept were the fixed effects and the random effect was a paired haul (n=18).
2008 Aug 31
2
NetworkManager problems with xen bridging
I've noticed that with NetworkManager running in dom0, there is a lot of bad behaviour on the bridge interface After xend creates the bridge (using the sample network-bridge script in the package), the real interface is known as peth0 NetworkManager starts dhclient on peth0, which means the following: - peth0 gets it's own IP, maybe not the same as the bridge IP - a second default route
2006 Nov 03
4
Bug? IE, getElementsByClassName and "length"
So, I have this form/datagrid thing. I want to have a button that clears the fields (not a reset, which would set them to the default state, I want them blank.) For various reasons, getByClassName seemed the best way to deal with this. Everything was fine on Moz/Firefox. Safari seems fine. But IE... Some detective work later, it seems that the problem is caused by *another* field on the
2010 Feb 25
1
Zero inflation model - pscl package
...account for the effort. If change the count (response variable) then it will have decimals and not be usable in this model. So I decided to put this term into the independent variable. I am analyzing Historic vs. Current surveys. Here is an example of my code: require(pscl) model <- zeroinfl(Sallys~Survey:Person.Hours, dist="poisson", EM=TRUE) summary(model) I have received some very significant results on most of them and on some that I thought wouldn't be significant turned out to be. So I am concerned with the model being appropriate. I created a simulated database and ran...
2008 Aug 20
1
Testing Xen on Lenny
Hello, I've been asked to test this, can anyone help me? The platform I would like to test on: - Lenny/amd64 - Intel VT-i (Xen HVM support) I've looked over the various threads and wiki pages on the issue and I thought I would try to summarise it more concisely: dom0 (32 bit): - regular install using Lenny CD, Debian Installer, i386 - install the kernel package from etch,
2009 Mar 25
4
live audio feed via telephone link
I'm looking into costs and feasibility of moving a live feed from a FM radio station from the station to a point that's past the usable range of their radio signal. It's a rural location and Internet service is not available at the station. If the destination was closer or their transmitter was more powerful, I could avoid this step and just plug in a radio, but.... My best idea so
2010 Feb 24
3
moving from Xen to KVM
Hello All, I have been building a new server to deploy using Xen. However, seeing that Redhat is moving towards KVM, it would seem beneficial to deply this server using KVM as well. This is a Centos 5.4 x86_64 fresh install. So here is the scoop: * running the xen kernel with 2 vms works great. I have 2 vms- a cobbler host and an ldap host. * running with non-xen kernel, I
2007 May 17
8
Model: self is not child's parent
Assume a model Parent and another model Child. Child belongs_to Parent and Parent has_many Children. The following fails: @ p = Parent.find(:first) assert p.equal?(p.children[0].parent) @ It seems odd to me that I and my child''s parent are not the same object. In fact, this is royally screwing me up. Can anyone tell me why this is or point me at a relevant discussion, blog posting,
2010 Sep 04
3
How can I fixe convergence=1 in optim
Hi R users, I am using the optim funciton to maximize a log likelihood function. My code is as follows: p<-optim(c(-0.2392925,0.4653128,-0.8332286, 0.0657, -0.0031, -0.00245, 3.366, 0.5885, -0.00008, 0.0786,-0.00292,-0.00081, 3.266, -0.3632, -0.000049, 0.1856, 0.00394, -0.00193, -0.889, 0.5379, -0.000063, 0.213, 0.00338, -0.00026, -0.8912, -0.3023, -0.000056), f,