kandi X-RAY | bikeshare Summary
kandi X-RAY | bikeshare Summary
Statistical models and app for predicting when bikeshare stations will be empty or full in Washington DC and someday Chicago. The app is live at bikeshare.dssg.io. This project is a part of the 2013 Data Science for Social Good fellowship, in partnership with Divvy and the Chicago Department of Transportation.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- function used for parsing
- generate - tag policy
- Update the markers
- Class block functions
- String - > Boolean
- make the table for testing
- parses text
- Default browser implementation
- Calculates and dist packages
- switches the menu
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bikeshare Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on bikeshare
I would like to specify "sum to zero" contrasts for two predictors in a LM using a
tidymodels recipe. Is it possible? In looking at the
recipes documentation, before 1.3, it seems there were attempts to build the variable specific options but the strategy was shifted to a global option.
I am trying to convert this base R code into
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-17 at 03:01
The docs for
step_dummy() have :
To change the type of contrast being used, change the global contrast option via
so there is no way, outside of global options, to change it.
We should probably have an example though :-/
Note that, for new samples, the options are read from the global option again. Make sure that they are set the same at prediction-time:
I wrote those codes and they were running just fine, and gives the correct answers, but suddenly they began to give me wrong answers or get to next code directly, I don't know what happened? when entering city correctly, tells me to choose from available! and in month: the month is written correct but still not in months and also with days???!...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-28 at 13:20
month = input('Please select month or for all months type "all": \n >')
I am trying to perform a linear regression fit using
parsnip but encounters the following error:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-14 at 14:26
The main issue is that you need to assign the fitted model to an object; in your case it would also be
There are two other points to consider:
- it's confusing/not best practice to assign variables with the same name as R functions (i.e. you might want to call your fit
my_fitor something rather than
fit); usually you can get away with it but it breaks, confusingly, in some contexts
broom.mixedis a red herring. The
broompackage is actually used for
lmfits (and you don't need to load it, apparently
tidymodelsloads it (and
parsnip) automatically ...)
I am having problems with the Numpy 1.18.5 version. I have the Python3.8 and they seem to be incompatible. I am working with Anaconda Navigator. So sorry if this is very basic but i am a beginner in this amazing world. Thanks a lot in advance. This is the message error i get:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-22 at 11:00
I can see the error accures when the script imports Pandas. So you might need to change your pandas version too.
To check your Numpy: Try to find your NumPy version first.
TabView containing 2 entries....both trigger display of
StationListView. The issue I have is that when I click on 2nd tab, the
onAppear is being called twice (once each for the 2 instances) having the effect of data for 2nd tab showing, following shortly by data again for 1st tab.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-20 at 17:25
You'd like the view to reload the data from the network when it is selected. Unfortunately,
.onAppear doesn't work because the View isn't loaded when you select it.
Instead, reload the data when
To make this work in SwiftUI 2.0 (Xcode 12), pass the
tag number and
selection (as a
Binding) to the
StationListView, then have
StationListView reload the data when the
tag matches the
.onAppear and when
selection changes using
I have created a Google script that pushes data every hour from the Capital Bikeshare API to a Google Sheet, but I have noticed that the way I am currently pulling the data doesn't maintain consistency over time. Here's the code I'm using:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-20 at 21:56
Array.prototype.filter should always be a consideration.
Create a predicate function that matches the shape of your data and checks for certain station IDs.
Here is a function that returns a predicate function. You put in the IDs you want in an array, and it returns the required function for
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To the run the flash web app, you'll need to create a new python virtual environment, install needed python modules using pip, and run the flask server:. To deploy the webapp in a production environment, use Gunicorn & nginx web servers.
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