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The Set theory and Python + Tips & Tricks - IdiotInside.com
Set theory in mathematics deals with groups of objects. It describes the relationship of an object with a set or group. Python also implements the set as standard python module. The sets module provides classes for constructing and manipulating unordered collections of unique elements.
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11 hours ago by ronert
Understanding write-through, write-around and write-back caching (with Python)
This post explains the three basic cache writing policies: write-through, write-around and write-back. Although caching is not a language-dependent thing, we’ll use basic Python code as a way of making the explanation and logic clearer and hopefully easier to understand.
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11 hours ago by ronert
Encoder-Decoder Long Short-Term Memory Networks - Machine Learning Mastery
The Encoder-Decoder LSTM is a recurrent neural network designed to address sequence-to-sequence problems, sometimes called seq2seq. Sequence-to-sequence prediction problems are challenging because the number of items in the input and output sequences can vary.
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12 hours ago by ronert
Not a revolution (yet): Data journalism hasn’t changed that much in 4 years, a new paper finds » Nieman Journalism Lab
When you hear the words “data journalism,” you also often hear words like “revolution” and “future.
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14 hours ago by plouf
Announcing a New Monthly Feature: What’s Going On in This Graph? - The New York Times
Note: To find the latest “What’s Going On in This Graph?”, visit this page. Rihanna or Justin Bieber? The Weeknd or Migos? If you live in the U.S.
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14 hours ago by plouf
Text Mining in R (Sentiment Analysis, LDA, and Syuzhet)
Harold Baize, researcher at the San Francisco Department of Public Health shows how to use the latest R packages to analyze sentiments and topics in text. He gives a demo of using mental health provider notes to assess the effectiveness of treatments.
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14 hours ago by plouf
Better Tweets Through Data Science
Great tweets aren’t born; they’re made. It turns out there are practical steps anyone can take to give their tweets a boost. I’m going to share lessons I learned applying data science to Twitter to discover what sets the top performing tweets apart from the un-favorited masses.
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14 hours ago by plouf
Good songs in classical, romantic, impressionist and 20th century art music
I’ll list only those songs I really like but add a (★) to the those that have especially stuck with me. Find a cozy chair, turn up the volume and let’s begin.
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14 hours ago by plouf
Beyond HTTP Header Links
The idea of Hypertext As The Engine Of Application State is that each hypermedia resource provides links to related resources. These links are typically called affordances. Clients can decouple themselves from a server by following affordances rather than constructing – or memorizing – URLs.
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14 hours ago by plouf
Ultra-Geek Linux Workstation Guide
So I’ve gone a little overboard collecting notes about what seems to me to be an ideal Linux workstation for hackers. Everything from hardware to software. Thought I’d share it with you all because many of the items on the list were a surprise to me, and I think you’ll enjoy them.
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14 hours ago by plouf
An Advanced Intro to GnuPG
I used to perceive PGP as an esoteric error-prone accessory to email. The talk below showed me that GnuPG is relevant to much more than emails. It gives everyone sophisticated tools for using strong crypto.
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14 hours ago by plouf
Good books for deep hacks
For the past few months I’ve been compiling a list of books for a deep dive into interesting technical topics. My theory is that working on projects based on these topics will be like strong individual threads I can weave into epic hacks.
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15 hours ago by plouf
Holly Golightly ou la Dingote à lunettes noires
Auteur : Truman Capote. 1924-1984, Etats-Unis. Romancier, nouvelliste, essayiste. Politique : droite.
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16 hours ago by plouf
Understanding MergeSort Through Types (Part 1)
You can follow alonside this tutorial via GitHub and Youtube. In future series, we'll take a look into performance testing and optimization of this code, as well as making it more extensible using typeclasses.
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16 hours ago by ronert
Scrivener and Story Genius - Bronwen Fleetwood
It’s well established that Scrivener is a great tool for writers. You might not be aware of how well it integrates with other writing tools and systems. For this, there are Scrivener templates.
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18 hours ago by iRunningguy
Up and Running using SBT with Eclipse or IntelliJ – Eric Murphy – Medium
If you’re new to programming with Play, Akka, Lagom, or other Scala projects, you will probably need to get familiar with SBT (Scala Build Tool).
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21 hours ago by ronert
Stop what you are doing and watch Nathan for You’s brilliant Uber episode right now | TechCrunch
If you have not yet had the pleasure of being introduced to Nathan for You, you’re in for a treat! The man behind the show, Nathan Fielder, is so wonderfully awkward in his delivery he might just make you pee your pants from laughing so hard. Last week’s episode “Andy vs.
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22 hours ago by dalty999

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