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Aug
7
comment Classify the classic tennis example
Overfitting so that the original points all match is something undesirable, but it depends on the method. It shouldn't happen with nearest neighbor (with a single neighbor)
Aug
7
comment ClassifierInformation's “ClassPriors” misreporting?
Also, these machine learning functions seem to be very picky about receiveng the options/parameters as strings or as symbols. I most of mma, the string versions work even if the symbol exists, but not here. To make matters worse, ClassPriors is a symbol as an option and a string as a property (but not all properties are strings, such as Method). I'll probably report this since it is pointlessly annoying and inconsistent with other mma functions
Aug
7
asked ClassifierInformation's “ClassPriors” misreporting?
Aug
7
comment Using MapIndexed[List] on a dataset fails — why?
Similar to Dataset[{True}][Apply[And]]. I wonder if we are missing something
Aug
6
comment Combining images with CUDA
I wonder if cuda would be faster than Simon's suggestion given that most of the time must be spent copying to GPU memory, I doubt it. Ahh, I need to get cuda working on linux
Aug
6
revised Convert a list of rules into 2 lists of integers
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Aug
6
answered Convert a list of rules into 2 lists of integers
Aug
6
comment Using MapIndexed[List] on a dataset fails — why?
This looks like a bug to me
Aug
5
comment How to merge Datasets representing matrices with named rows/columns?
@TaliesinBeynon definately. Combining all, merge[level_] := Nest[Merge, Identity, level]@*Map[Normal]@*List /* Dataset. And merge[2][ds1, ds2]
Aug
5
comment How to merge Datasets representing matrices with named rows/columns?
Is this simple enough? Merge[Normal/@{ds1, ds2}, Merge[#, Identity] &] // Dataset
Aug
5
comment List of atomic expressions
Dataset is atomic
Aug
5
comment Are there any tutorials on version 10 notebook templating and report generation? Are there missing docs?
Glat to hear it's coming
Aug
4
comment V10's Operator Forms - what are they good for?
@RunnyKine I don't know to what extent doing these kinds of things will become a nice habit of mine, its too soon. People like Leonid or WReach that are more experienced programmers might have a better idea at this point about how important this is.
Aug
4
comment V10's Operator Forms - what are they good for?
@RunnyKine, so, Query is overloaded for "filtering" arguments, and it recognizes them through their heads, in a neat way, thanks to the operator forms. _MaximalBy, _Select, _KeySelect, etc
Aug
4
comment V10's Operator Forms - what are they good for?
@RunnyKine These two are different Query[Select[EvenQ], 1]@{{2}} and Query[Select[#, EvenQ] &, 1]@{{2}}. The first one is recognized as descending and treated specially
Aug
4
answered V10's Operator Forms - what are they good for?
Aug
4
comment V10's Operator Forms - what are they good for?
@Mr.Wizard Infix rules
Aug
3
comment Why are some option values symbols, other strings?
Btw, strings almost always work even when the option is a symbol
Aug
3
comment Unexpected behavior when using SortBy as a dataset filter
Nice answer. It could also have been a subvalue on String :P. Query isn't necessarily given special treatment as an ascending operator I suppose, right?
Aug
2
revised How to prevent function from passing values to slot
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