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2017 Nov 08
1
Help Converting Calendars
How about > p_dates <- paste0(p.dates[[3]], "-", p.dates[[2]], "-", p.dates[[1]]) > myData$p_dates <- p_dates > print(myData, right=FALSE) dates p_dates 1 2017-10-01 1396-7-9 2 2017-10-02 1396-7-10 3 2017-10-03 1396-7-11 > str(myData) 'data.frame': 3 obs. of 2 variables: $ dates : Date, format: "2017-10-01"
2006 Jun 17
5
Having trouble listing tiers of categories
I have categories and sub-categories in a table called "categories". Every row has a "parent" field to note if the entry is the sub-category of another (never goes deeper than 1 level). So there might be something like this: id | name | parent 1 Dog 0 2 Pug 1 3 Siamese 5 4 Shih Tzu 1 5 Cat 0 6 Wiener Dog 1 7 Persian
2009 Jan 09
0
ConvCalendars
A new package ConvCalendars is on CRAN, in response to requests earlier this week. It performs conversions between the Gregorian calendar and other calendars including the Persian (Jalali) calendar used in Iran and Afghanistan and the Hebrew calendar used in Israel. All the heavy lifting is done by C code from http://www.projectpluto.com. -thomas Thomas Lumley Assoc. Professor,
2009 Jan 09
0
ConvCalendars
A new package ConvCalendars is on CRAN, in response to requests earlier this week. It performs conversions between the Gregorian calendar and other calendars including the Persian (Jalali) calendar used in Iran and Afghanistan and the Hebrew calendar used in Israel. All the heavy lifting is done by C code from http://www.projectpluto.com. -thomas Thomas Lumley Assoc. Professor,
2007 Apr 08
10
Ferret and non latin characters support
I''ve successfully installed ferret and acts_as_ferret and have no problem with utf-8 for accented characters. It returns correct results fot e.g. fran?ais. My problem is with non latin characters (Persian indeed). I have tested different locales with no success both on Debian and Mac. Any idea? (ferret 0.11.4, acts_as_ferret 0.4.0, rails 1.1.6) -- Posted via
2018 Apr 12
3
Bivariate Normal Distribution Plots
R-Help I am attempting to create a series of bivariate normal distributions. So using the mvtnorm library I have created the following code ... # Standard deviations and correlation sig_x <- 1 sig_y <- 1 rho_xy <- 0.0 # Covariance between X and Y sig_xy <- rho_xy * sig_x *sig_y # Covariance matrix Sigma_xy <- matrix(c(sig_x ^ 2, sig_xy, sig_xy, sig_y ^ 2), nrow = 2, ncol = 2)
2004 Apr 22
6
wondershaper, host *exclusion*?
Hi, I really like the wondershaper script, it works very well for me. My question is this. Is there a way to get certain remote hosts to be excluded from the shaping? I ask because I don''t have my box connected directly through the net. It sits behind a nat device, and has ports forwarded in for services. I''d like to limit the ports and services, but only to things going outside
2018 Mar 13
2
Understanding TS objects
R Help Community I'm trying to understand time series (TS) objects. Thought I understood but recently have run into a series of error messages that I'm not sure how to handle. I have 15 years of quarterly data and I typically create a TS object via something like... data.ts <- ts(mydata, start = 2002, frequency = 4) this create a matric as opposed to a vector object as I receive a
2018 May 05
2
Discovering patterns in textual strings
"Does that help?" No. I am not your private consultant. You need to reply to the list, which I have cc'ed here, not just me. I am still somewhat confused by your specifications, but others may not be. Part of my confusion stems from your failure to provide a reproducible example (see e.g. the posting guide linked below). For example, I cannot tell from your text whether the Abc
2018 May 07
1
Discovering patterns in textual strings
Bert Here are some examples of the type of text strings I?m dealing with: ??????.??.??? ??????.??.?????????? ?Torrent? Pro - Torrent App ?Torrent?-Torrent Downloader 1 Pic 8 Words - Syllables 1 Pic 8 Words - Syllables 27043_Spanish songs for children 28.android.com.alpha.horoscope 28.android.com.bravo.horoscope 28.Card Game - Offline 28.card Game Multiplayer 37045_Spanish songs
2018 May 04
1
Discovering patterns in textual strings
R Help Forum Is there a R library (or a way) that I can extract unique character strings, or repeating patterns in textual strings. Say for example I have the following records: Abc_1234_kjhksh_276 Abc Abc_1234_lakdofyo_324 Bce_876_skdhk_*&^%*& Bce Bce_454 And I would like to see the following results Abc Abc_1234 Bce Jeff Reichman [[alternative HTML version
2017 Jun 15
1
Changing font of a certrain column in an excel file
Hi all! I need an example/reference to show me how to change the font of a certain column in an existing .xlsx document. Thank you in advance
2007 May 07
0
using acts_as_ferret in persian language
hi i installed ferret and acts_as_ferret successfully. but my Persian character search has not correct result. my code: acts_as_ferret :fields => [:fname] , :analyzer => Ferret::Analysis::RegExpAnalyzer.new(/./,false) -- Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
2006 Mar 06
0
File/folder with non-Latin characters
Hi all, We have a corporate LAN, with users working in Windows XP Pro. I have implemented a Linux backup solution, which uses Samba to mount Windows shares, and copies files to backup directories, which are shared using Samba, so that I can grab backed up copies of files from a Windows client using the Samba share. I''m using Samba 3.0.14a on Ubuntu Breezy (using the 3.0.14a-6ubuntu
2017 Aug 23
2
likert Package
R- Help Forum Working with the "likert" package and find that my "bar" graphs are backwards (see attached) > summary(results) Item low neutral high mean sd 4 Q4 5 15 80 2.75 0.5501196 5 Q5 20 40 40 2.20 0.7677719 1 Q1 65 30 5 1.40 0.5982430 3 Q3 5 90 5 2.00 0.3244428 2 Q2 90 10 0 1.10 0.3077935
2018 May 26
2
Grouping by 3 variable and renaming groups
Hello, See if this is it: priceStore_Grps$StoreID <- paste("Store", seq_len(nrow(priceStore_Grps)), sep = "_") Hope this helps, Rui Barradas On 5/26/2018 2:03 PM, Jeff Reichman wrote: > ALCON > > > > I'm trying to figure out how to rename groups in a data frame after groups > by selected variabels. I am using the dplyr library to
2017 Aug 24
2
likert Package
R- Help Forum Working with the "likert" package and I can't figure out why my "bar" graphs are backwards (see attached). The percentages are place correctly but the bars are backwards. #Sample code # libraries library(likert) # create data band <- c("Band 3","Band 3","Band 3","Band 3","Band 3","Band
2013 Mar 04
7
Google Earth on EL6.x x86_64
Has anyone gotten 64-bit google earth to run on el6 x86_64? It dies almost immediately, complaining for lack of ld-lsb.so.3. Perusing user forums at google I see a few others with the problem, but no (working) solutions. Thanks in advance! -- ---- Fred Smith -- fredex at fcshome.stoneham.ma.us ----------------------------- "For the word of God is living and active. Sharper than any
2018 May 26
1
Grouping by 3 variable and renaming groups
Hello, Sorry, but I think my first answer is wrong. You probably want something along the lines of sp <- split(priceStore_Grps, priceStore_Grps$StorePC) res <- lapply(seq_along(sp), function(i){ sp[[i]]$StoreID <- paste("Store", i, sep = "_") sp[[i]] }) res <- do.call(rbind, res) row.names(res) <- NULL Hope this helps, Rui Barradas On
2018 Mar 21
1
Package 'pd.mirna.1.0.2xgain' was not found in the BioConductor repository
Hi all! While I am trying to read .cel files with oligo package: afbatch=read.celfiles(list.celfiles()) I get an error: Package 'pd.mirna.1.0.2xgain' was not found in the BioConductor repository How can I overcome this? Thank you in advance