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comment Can a Trie be implemented efficiently?
@Mr.Wizard, related mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/8111/building-a-tree. What do you think of the approach via Dataset in terms of performance?
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comment Obtain polygons describing all intersections of many polygons
Related: stackoverflow.com/questions/6805333/…
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comment Camel hump string split
@Aisamu, that's great. If you agree - and cite - my answer below, ie, if it helped you arrive at the final method, I'll accept your version.
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comment Camel hump string split
+1, I like the approach, but your method eats digits, "BarChart3D" -> {"Bar", "Chart", "D"}. My original method also requires matching to DigitQ. Can you modify yours?
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comment Camel hump string split
@WReach, Also, is RegularExpression necessary here? The syntax is cryptic. We need a more transparent and scalable approach going forward for advanced analytics, whether text or any other character encoded signal).
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comment Camel hump string split
+1, Great, particularly the complication to handle AAS, UUID, and many more, which was the evental goal. Can you include matches to DigitQ? Currently: "BarChart3D" -> {"Bar", "Chart3", "D"}.
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comment How can I best plot timestamps by frequency-to-date?
You can cast to DateObject like this: Map[StringSplit[#, {" ", ":", "-"}] & /* Map[ToExpression] /* DateObject]
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