kandi X-RAY | murphy Summary
kandi X-RAY | murphy Summary
This is a library for structured prediction. It was primarily developed by Taylor Berg-Kirkpatrick. Other contributors include John DeNero, Aria Haghighi, Dan Klein, Jonathan Kummerfeld, and Adam Pauls.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Main method for testing
- Start the CUDA
- Creates a string representation of the given double array
- Prepares Ptx file for ctx
- Minimize the algorithm
- Minimize gradients
- Minimize the gradients
- Decodes a Viterbi model
- Decodes viterbi from a model
- Minimize the grada algorithm
- Trains the labels
- Trains a model
- Trains training data
- Trains the solver
- Get a sorted list of all values in the specified map in descending order
- Computes the alphas of the given model
- Retrieves the weights from the given data
- Returns a string representation of this object
- Trains the weights
- Main function
- Demonstrates how to test a dataset
- Minimize the given function
- Main method for testing
- Decodes viterbi codes of a model
- Trains the model
- Trains the model
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Using Java 8 streams, I want to find an actor who acted in max number of movies in a single year.List of Movie(s): ...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-11 at 22:52
To achieve that, you can group the movies by year and by actor's name creating a nested map. And then process its entries.
It can be done with
Collectors.groupingBy(). You need to pass as the first argument a function (
Movie::getYear) that extracts a year, and that will be the key of the map.
As a downstream collector of the
groupingBy you need to apply
flatMapping to extract actors from a movie object. Note,
flatMapping expect as an argument a function takes a stream element (movie object) and returns a
Stream (of actor's names).
And then a downstream collector of the
flatMapping you need to apply
groupingBy again to create a nested map that will group movies by actor. Since only a number of movies is needed,
counting() has to be used as a downstream collector to reduce movie objects mapped to each actor to a number of these objects.
With that will be created an intermediate map of type
Map> that represent the total count of movies by actor for each year.
The next step is to create a stream over the entry set and flatten the nested map (count of movies by actor) by wrapping every entry in the map with a new composed entry of type
Map.Entry> that will contain a year, actor's name and a count.
And the last step is to find the entry with the maximum count.
For that operation
max() has to applied on the stream. It expects a
Comparator and returns a result wrapped by an
Optional. I assume that resume is expected to be present, therefore the code below is a fail-fast implementation that will raise a
NuSuchElementExeption in case if the stream source is empty (no result will be found).
Comparator is defined by using the static method
comparingLong(). It will produce a comparator based on the count of movies.
I create the file "tabtest" by
vi tabtest and then typing:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-11 at 07:13
One of the golden rules of tool customization is to only put stuff you understand in your config. The first step toward that understanding is to read (not skim) the documentation for any option or command you plan to add and then, armed with that newfound knowledge, ponder the pros and cons of doing so.
:help 'paste' is a very powerful option with many explicitly documented side effects, such as:
I am working on a project where I am using a shape file to make a choropleth map of the United States. To do this, I downloaded the standard shape file here from the US Census Bureau. After a little bit of cleaning up (there were some extraneous island territories which I removed by changing the plot's axis limits), I was able to get the contiguous states to fit neatly within the bounds of the matplotlib figure. For reference, please see Edit 4 below.
Edit 1: I am using the cb_2018_us_state_500k.zip [3.2 MB] shape file.
The only problem now is that by setting axis limits I now am no longer able to view Alaska and Hawaii (as these are obviously cut out by restricting the axis limits). I would now like to add both of these polygons back in my map but now towards the lower part of the plot figure (the treatment that is given by most other maps of this type) despite its geographical inaccuracy.
To put this more concretely, I am interested in selecting the polygon shapes representing Alaska and Hawaii and moving them to the lower left hand side of my figure. Is this something that would be possible?
I can create a Boolean mask using:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-22 at 17:25
You could do something like this. You will have to find the right offsets to position Alaska where you want it to be exactly.
Now, you have the following dataframe:
I am trying to keep track of a running total based on number of clicks on the buttons on the site. There are 8 buttons, all of which should add $123.45 to the total when clicked, as well as alert the total.
Some of my HTML...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-27 at 22:26
I am getting some execution plans in json format....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-24 at 13:55
Sure, you can parse and modify any JSON object in memory, but that has nothing to do with Spark. Related: What JSON library to use in Scala?
Any modifications you make wouldn't be persisted within the execution plan itself.
I'm trying to filter the rows of a dataframe according to whether there is a certain value in one column:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-15 at 17:58
Your problem seems simple enough to be solved by str.contains.
On the click of the span, i want to remove that element from the array and run the map again so that the spans also gets removed. I don't know if the syntax is wrong or what. This is the link to sandbox where I wrote my code. https://codesandbox.io/s/angry-wu-4dd11?file=/src/App.js...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-22 at 10:06
My problem is pretty simple but I want your advice on the matter! I have an excel document that contains 2 sheets... The first sheet look like this :...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-05 at 19:50
First of all, assuming your data is in excell file, you should be able to read that. Install openpyxl:
pip install openpyxl
Now Here is my solution to
Sheet2, all names are in this format:
Sheet1, all names are in this format:
So here is a pythonic solution to do what you want:
I have a list of names 'pattern' that I wish to match with strings in column 'url_text'. If there is a match i.e.
True the name should be printed in a new column 'pol_names_block' and if
False leave the row empty.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-04 at 13:36
From this toy Dataframe :
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-04 at 19:07
Consider below approach
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You can use murphy like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the murphy component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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