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Hello everyone, Hope you are doing , I am too much confuse to buy a gaming laptop for my younger brother, Someone suggest a website like https://pcmag.com, https://cartvela.com, and Techradar but there are too much content, I can't make a decision.

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# What Are Voronoi Diagrams? # Voronoi Diagrams are an essential visualization to have in your toolbox. The diagram’s structure is a data-driven [tessellation](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tessellation) of a plane and may be colored by random or to add additional information. ## Learn the Lingo ## The set of points that generate the Voronoi diagram are called “seeds” or “generators” for they generate the polygon shapes; in practice, the seeds are your cleaned data. Each seed generates its own polygon called a Voronoi “cell,” and all of 2-dimensional (2D) space is associated with only one cell. A Voronoi cell, or Voronoi “region” denotes …

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# Introduction # This tutorial provides guidance on gathering data through web-scraping. However, to demonstrate the real-life issues with acquiring data, a deep-dive into a specific, complicated example is needed. The problem chosen, acquiring the geographic coordinates of gas stations in a region, turns into an interesting math problem that, eventually, involves "sacred geometry". ## Application Programming Interfaces (API's) ## No matter which Data Science Process [model](https://www.kdnuggets.com/2016/03/data-science-process-rediscovered.html) you subscribe to, actually acquiring data to work with is necessary. By far the most straightforward data source is a simple click-to-download in a standardized file format so you can utilize a parsing …

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## Intro ## Receiver Operating Characteristic (ROC) plots are useful for visualizing a predictive model’s effectiveness. This tutorial explains how to code ROC plots in Python from scratch. ## Data Preparation & Motivation ## We’re going to use the breast cancer dataset from sklearn’s sample datasets. It is an accessible, binary classification dataset (malignant vs. benign) with 30 positive, real-valued features. To train a logistic regression model, the dataset is split into train-test pools, then the model is fit to the training data. from sklearn.datasets import load_breast_cancer from sklearn.linear_model import * from sklearn.model_selection import train_test_split # Load datasetd dataset = …

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Hey all, What’s up?? Recently I came across InterviewBit Academy Course. Link - [InterviewBit Academy](http://www.interviewbit.com/academy/) It's is a 6 Months immersive online program that helps you develop your tech skills and gets you your dream job at no upfront cost It comes with a promise of guaranteed salary in the range of $75K - $120K once we finish the course. This line caught my attention > "If you don’t get a job, you don’t need to pay a penny". > Plus, it seems they have a lot of positive reviews - https://www.quora.com/What-is-your-review-of-InterviewBit I’m aware of lambda school which also guarantees …

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Hello, so im making an os in pydroid 3, but i cant make a clock, im trying to make a graphical os but i cant cause i need a clock, Any idea? And i edited someones code for username and password to work, but i had to delete raw_data or the program wont work, like, i enter a username and a password and it says wrong username/password entered, any help?

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//With this method, I input a string and return an array that contains a sorted list of characters as per the frequency. Eg: If i input "apple", the out put should be p,a,l,e, How do I do this? public static ArrayList<Character> characterFreqDist(String statement) { char[] Array = statement.toCharArray(); int length = Array.length; int most_frequent_count = 0; char most_freq_character = '\0'; char[] Final_Array = new char[length]; ArrayList<Character> Sorted_Array = new ArrayList<Character>(); for(int loop = 0 ; loop<length ; loop++) { most_freq_character = '\0'; most_frequent_count = 0; for(int i = 0; i<length ; i++) { char single_character = Array[i] ; int counter …

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Hey, I am in desperate need of some assistance with this Baffles coding. I do not know where to begin and I am completely confused with the instructions https://www.daniweb.com/programming/software-development/threads/324780/baffle-game-c#js-quick-reply the link above is a link to the old thread as a reference. I am using the c++ language and the Qt Creator. HELP ME!

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Hi, how do I sort the string in alphabetical order? find most occuring character("blablabla") remove most occuring("aaa") input: blablabla output: "aaa"

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How do I start a MonoDevelop software program as a system service on Windows, Linux, and Mac? Windows appears to not have a system service setting. I have a WCF service that essentially runs from command line. Even if I have to run from command line, I will need to be able to start the command line server on startup. Apologies for the weird tech, all you have to do is compile MonoDevelop for windows as per the instructions, and when you have a good WCF service you need to remember to set up the project as conventional command line …

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Hi all, I am working on a project that should take all the data from file redirect and write them to a new file. Here is what I have: #include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include <string.h> #include <unistd.h> #include "node.h" #include "tree.h" #define TRUE 0 #define FALSE 1 #define stdin stdin #define stdout stdout #define stderr stderr int main(int argc,char *argv[]) { int i; FILE *fp; fp = fopen("result.out", "w"); //create file to write stdin data to. if(fp == NULL) // file validation { printf("Could not open file"); return 0; } if(argc == 1) // executes if command line has file …

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Hello all, I was wondering if I could get some questions answered about how cupons work in the work place. I have an idea which involves creating a very flexible cupon service, but would require knowing the rudiments of how cupons work. The main question I have is how is tax calculated on a ware as it is sold under a cupon service. I believe that would be the only thing I would have to stringently mandate as far as the cupon goes, since the institution wishes to clear the merchendise from the floor. The service would involve some C# …

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I am currently studying for an "Associates in Computer Science" with the intention of tranfering to a four year collage to get either a "Bachelors of Computer Science" or a "Bachelor of Applied Computer Science" hopefully this spring. Before I can make a decision on which Bachelors I would like, I have to know what type of job the Computer Science field I would want however I currently don't know the exact diffrence between some of these jobs in programing. Can anyone (perhaps who is more expreince in this job field) first explain the diffrence between some of the jobs …

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How can I locally save an image using its URL address?

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1. Ask user’s name and welcome them to the Christmas Gift Shop “Welcome to the Christmas Gift Shop! What is your name?” 2. Ask the user for how many people he/she wants to purchase Christmas gifts. “Hello <name>! How many people are you buying Christmas presents for?” 3. Ask the user the budget available to spend. Make sure there’s enough money to buy at least a present. “Thank you! What is your budget for all these gifts?” 4. Show the user the items available in store, one by one with price. Ask the user if he wants to purchase the …

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I would like to be able to open a port on windows programatically. I don't care whether is power shell, or something else, but I would like it to be a script that I can simply run as I install a software program. I have no experience in this area, and therefore no code, but I hear net admins do this all the time. Thanks ahead of time. I know people don't necessarily like sharing code, but I am on a tight deadline right now, and it is in fact necessary. I have some other code I need to be …

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