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StringTake[ ExampleData[{"Text", "Hamlet"}] <> "@", List /@ {45, 114, 132, 134, 138, 142, 2933, 2939, -1, 2994, 3184, 3189, 3213, 3305, 3364, 3427, 3446, 3473}] // StringJoin


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revised Is it possible to define custom compound assignment operators like ⊕= similar to built-ins +=, *= etc?
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comment Is it possible to define custom compound assignment operators like ⊕= similar to built-ins +=, *= etc?
@Mr.Wizard I see I had already posted an answer there that wasn't very much appreciated probably saying the same thing. Feel free to merge, but I wouldn't press for an accept, and I'll delete that one
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revised Is it possible to define custom compound assignment operators like ⊕= similar to built-ins +=, *= etc?
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revised ClassifierInformation's “ClassPriors” misreporting?
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comment ClassifierInformation's “ClassPriors” misreporting?
Great, thank you
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comment ClassifierInformation's “ClassPriors” misreporting?
@MichaelE2 I just intended to mean that that section was for those that would say too-long-didn't-read to a long post, and the second to those that would complain of a lazy incomplete question.
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revised ClassifierInformation's “ClassPriors” misreporting?
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answered ClassifierInformation's “ClassPriors” misreporting?
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revised ClassifierInformation's “ClassPriors” misreporting?
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comment Accessing list elements by name
And maybe change Association@Thread to AssociationThread
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comment ClassifierInformation's “ClassPriors” misreporting?
@rcollyer great, thanks!
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comment V10's Operator Forms - what are they good for?
The ~(#2 /@ #1 &)~ form is nicer than the //Max/@#& in that you keep the ability to continue with other infixes like ~Position~2 without having precedence problems. +1
Aug
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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)
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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
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asked ClassifierInformation's “ClassPriors” misreporting?
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comment Using MapIndexed[List] on a dataset fails — why?
Similar to Dataset[{True}][Apply[And]]. I wonder if we are missing something
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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
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revised Convert a list of rules into 2 lists of integers
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answered Convert a list of rules into 2 lists of integers