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2018 Feb 18
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Draft proposal for Searching R Packages
Hello, All: ????? I just posted a "Draft Proposal for improving the ability of R users to search R packages" to Wikiversity (https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Draft_Proposal_for_improving_the_ability_of_R_users_to_search_R_packages). ????? You are all invited to rewrite it in any way you think is more likely to produce the most useful result.? Wikimedia invites
2006 May 31
0
Ruby on Rails Workshop in Kansas City !
Ruby on Rails Workshop ------------------------------------ Kansas City Ruby User''s Group (http://kcrug.org/) proudly presents the first "Ruby on Rails Workshop" for those eager to get started into Ruby on Rails. This one-and-half-day workshop will offer a quick introduction to Ruby and the Ruby on Rails web application framework. Sponsored by Reevik, Inc.,
2018 Feb 21
0
deparseDots to get names of all arguments?
Does substitute(...()) do what you want? > myFunc <- function(x, ...) substitute(...()) > myFunc(y=1/(1:10), x=sin(3:1), z=stop("Oops"), "untagged arg") $y 1/(1:10) $z stop("Oops") [[3]] [1] "untagged arg" > names(.Last.value) [1] "y" "z" "" Bill Dunlap TIBCO Software wdunlap tibco.com On Tue, Feb 20,
2017 Jul 30
1
Kalman filter for a time series
> On Jul 30, 2017, at 5:10 AM, Spencer Graves <spencer.graves at effectivedefense.org> wrote: > > > > On 2017-07-29 11:26 PM, Staff wrote: >> I found an example at >> http://www.bearcave.com/finance/random_r_hacks/kalman_smooth.html > > That example is signed by "Ian Kaplan". There's a box at the bottom of the page
2017 Aug 22
1
Rounding of problem with sum command in R
... and following up on Spencer's answer, see the "digits" argument of ?options and ?print.default. Cheers, Bert Bert Gunter "The trouble with having an open mind is that people keep coming along and sticking things into it." -- Opus (aka Berkeley Breathed in his "Bloom County" comic strip ) On Tue, Aug 22, 2017 at 7:30 AM, Spencer Graves <spencer.graves
2018 May 03
1
Package for Molecular Properties
... In addition, you may wish to also post on the Bioconductor list for this sort of thing. -- Bert Bert Gunter "The trouble with having an open mind is that people keep coming along and sticking things into it." -- Opus (aka Berkeley Breathed in his "Bloom County" comic strip ) On Thu, May 3, 2018 at 12:58 AM, Spencer Graves <spencer.graves at effectivedefense.org>
2020 Nov 01
6
analyzing results from Tuesday's US elections
Hello: What can you tell me about plans to analyze data from this year's general election, especially to detect possible fraud? I might be able to help with such an effort. I have NOT done much with election data, but I have developed tools for data analysis, including web scraping, and included them in R packages available on the Comprehensive R Archive Network (CRAN)
2017 Aug 14
0
weight in lm
> On 14 Aug 2017, at 13:43 , Spencer Graves <spencer.graves at effectivedefense.org> wrote: > > > > On 2017-08-14 5:53 AM, peter dalgaard wrote: >>> On 14 Aug 2017, at 10:13 , Troels Ring <tring at gvdnet.dk> wrote: >>> >>> Dear friends - I hope you will accept a naive question on lm: R version 3.4.1, Windows 10 >>> >>> I
2017 Aug 14
1
weight in lm
> On Aug 14, 2017, at 5:17 AM, peter dalgaard <pdalgd at gmail.com> wrote: > > >> On 14 Aug 2017, at 13:43 , Spencer Graves <spencer.graves at effectivedefense.org> wrote: >> >> >> >> On 2017-08-14 5:53 AM, peter dalgaard wrote: >>>> On 14 Aug 2017, at 10:13 , Troels Ring <tring at gvdnet.dk> wrote: >>>>
2017 Aug 22
1
Convert Factor to Date
This is large data set Spencer. What about when the dates change as below: COL1 COL2 Jan-14 1-Aug-16 Feb-14 1-Aug-16 Mar-14 1-Aug-16 Apr-14 1-Aug-16 May-14 1-Aug-16 Jun-14 1-Aug-16 Jul-14 1-Aug-16 Aug-14 1-Aug-16 Sep-14 1-Aug-16 Oct-14 1-Aug-16 Nov-14 1-Aug-16 Dec-14 1-Aug-16 Jan-15 1-Aug-16 Feb-15 1-Aug-16 Mar-15 1-Aug-16 Apr-15 1-Aug-16 May-15 1-Aug-16 Jun-15 1-Aug-16
2007 May 02
0
Kansas City Asterisk User Group Meeting Announcement
All, Starting this month will be the first official meeting of the Kansas City Asterisk User Group (http://www.kcaug.net). The location of the meeting will be at the Daily Dose Bar & Coffee House, in Overland Park. Meetings will be held on the last Sunday of every month (the 27th for this month) at 2pm. If you have ideas or topics you'd like to discuss please let me know
2007 May 23
0
KCAUG Meeting Reminder!
All, Just a quick reminder that *this Sunday* will be the first official meeting of the Kansas City Asterisk User Group (http://www.kcaug.net). The location of the meeting will be at the Daily Dose Bar & Coffee House, in Overland Park. Future meetings will continue to be held on the last Sunday of every month (the 27th for this month) at 2pm. If you have ideas or topics you'd
2013 Mar 27
0
[JOBS] Great Ruby Coding Opportunities in Boston Area and L.A.
1) CTO (Chief Technical Officer) Ruby Engineer: My client offers a tremendous growth opportunity for a highly skilled, experienced Ruby on Rails software engineer/coder to be rapidly groomed and promoted to a CTO role or someone who can fill a CTO role immediately. They are a highly successful VC-funded startup in the Worcester, Massachusetts area which has achieved world-dominance in
2008 Apr 11
1
Command to get tape capacity status?
I have an Overland tape library connected, via SCSI card, to an out-of-box, full install of C5 install on an old PC. I have a script that uses tar to archive data to tape and mtx to change tapes. What I don't know, if possible, is to obtain the status of how much tape is left in the drive. If I get a write failure, I'd like to know if the tape is bad or has run out of space. I
2007 Dec 28
2
Help with dump/restore
So I recently installed an Overland Arcvault 12 tape library on a server to back up /var/log/ and /home. The server is an out-of-box RHEL 5 install, with all packages selected, in an isolated lan, with no package updates. Also, this is a live server that cannot be brought down for backups, and some files may be actively in use during the dump - just gotta live with it. Since
2008 Feb 14
1
Backing up remote system
I have an Overland Arcvault tape library, a CentOS 5 box, a Windows XP system, and RAID box that supports NFS and CIFS. The RAID box is remotely located and acts as central file storage. I might normally use dump to perform backups, but as was learned here, and on dump's man page, dump doesn't support remote file systems such as NFS or CIFS. So, for now, I've connected the
2011 Sep 01
0
searching for [Beijing-based Back-end Developer (RUBY ON RAILS SENIOR ENGINEER)]
Kabam Asia is looking for a Beijing-based Back-end Developer(Ruby on Rails) to join our Beijing game studio. Our Beijing studio is a fully functional We are well-funded and offer a competitive salary and benefits. Kabam is growing and we’re growing quickly. We’re building games that are changing how social games are played and the success of our games has established us as a definitive leader
2007 Dec 31
1
Help with full and incremental dumps
I have an Overland Arcvault 12 library with a full LTO3 magazine of 400/800 GB tapes. It is connected directly to the fileserver via a SCSI card/cable. The two main directories I want to back up are /var/log, which is on one filesystem, and /home, which is on another. There are _currently_ no databases to worry about, but there may be active users logged in and active
2018 Feb 20
5
deparseDots to get names of all arguments?
Hi, All: ????? How can I get the names of all the arguments in dots(...)? ????? I'm able to get the name of the first argument but not the second: deparseDots <- function(...){ ? deparse(substitute(...)) } a <- 1 b <- 2 deparseDots(a, b) [1] "a" ????? I'd like to get c('a', 'b'). ????? Thanks, ????? Spencer Graves > sessionInfo() R
2018 Apr 18
0
performance.cache-size for high-RAM clients/servers, other tweaks for performance, and improvements to Gluster docs
Btw, I've now noticed at least 5 variations in toggling binary option values. Are they all interchangeable, or will using the wrong value not work in some cases? yes/no true/false True/False on/off enable/disable It's quite a confusing/inconsistent practice, especially given that many options will accept any value without erroring out/validation. Sincerely,