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the-littlest-jupyterhub vs python – compare differences and reviews?

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the-littlest-jupyterhub vs python – compare differences and reviews?

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I can’t install the dplyr package on RStudio

I can’t install the “dplyr” package on RStudio. When I try, the following warnings appear: > install.packages(“dplyr”) Installing package into ‘C:/Users/elisa/Desktop/OneDrive/Documentos/R/win-library/3.4’ (as ‘ lib ‘ is unspecified) also installing the dependencies ‘ellipsis‘, ‘pillar’ ‘ ‘glue’ ‘ ‘lifecycle’,’ rlang‘,’ tibble‘,’ tidyselect‘,’vctrs ‘ There are binary versions available but the source versions…

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130releng-armv7-quarterly][math/py-pymc3] Failed for py38-pymc3-3.11.4 in fetch

You are receiving this mail as a port that you maintain is failing to build on the FreeBSD package build server. Please investigate the failure and submit a PR to fix build. Maintainer: y…@freebsd.org Log URL: beefy12.nyi.freebsd.org/data/130releng-armv7-quarterly/46aef99be2ae/logs/py38-pymc3-3.11.4.log Build URL: beefy12.nyi.freebsd.org/build.html?mastername=130releng-armv7-quarterly&build=46aef99be2ae Log: =>> Building math/py-pymc3 build started at Sat Nov 27…

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mbedTLS vs Botan – compare differences and reviews?

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NEWS

NEWS Hopefully, finally fix compatibility with tidyeval changes in ggplot2 v2.3.0 Bug fixes Now actually compatible with ggplot2 v2.3.0 Major changes geom_gene_arrow() now supports forward aesthetic (#3 and #5, thanks geom_gene_label added (#3, thanks @adomingues) @adomingues and @jasonserviss) Compatible with ggplot2 v2.3.0 Minor changes Change R version dependency to fix…

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fastify-swagger vs fastify-openapi-glue – compare differences and reviews?

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Bioinformatics Software Engineer – Canton

Overview Abveris is Boston’s premier antibody discovery company providing contract research services to the biopharma industry. Abveris applies advanced immunization methods combined with B cell screening and hybridoma-based antibody discovery technologies to provide comprehensive gene-to-antibody discovery services. Abveris is developing the next generation of biologics, cell therapies, vaccines, and diagnostics…

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Bioinformatics Software Engineer – Canton

Overview Abveris is Boston’s premier antibody discovery company providing contract research services to the biopharma industry. Abveris applies advanced immunization methods combined with B cell screening and hybridoma-based antibody discovery technologies to provide comprehensive gene-to-antibody discovery services. Abveris is developing the next generation of biologics, cell therapies, vaccines, and diagnostics…

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Identifying Microbial Interaction Networks Based on Irregularly Spaced Longitudinal 16S rRNA sequence data

Abstract Though being vital for human health, microbial interactions with their host and with each other are still largely obscure for researchers. To deepen the understanding, the analyses based on longitudinal data are a better choice than the cross-sectional data since the information provided by the former is usually more…

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Identifying Microbial Interaction Networks Based on Irregularly Spaced Longitudinal 16S rRNA sequence data

Abstract Though being vital for human health, microbial interactions with their host and with each other are still largely obscure for researchers. To deepen the understanding, the analyses based on longitudinal data are a better choice than the cross-sectional data since the information provided by the former is usually more…

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rsthemes vs obsidian-horizon – compare differences and reviews?

🔮 Full RStudio IDE and Syntax Themes (by gadenbuie) Inspired of the similarly named theme, Horizon is a dark theme created for Obsidian. Compatible with Obsidian Desktop, Mobile, and Publish. (by tylernguyen) Our great sponsors Scout APM – A developer’s best friend. Try free for 14-days Nanos – Run Linux…

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rsthemes vs obsidian-horizon – compare differences and reviews?

🔮 Full RStudio IDE and Syntax Themes (by gadenbuie) Inspired of the similarly named theme, Horizon is a dark theme created for Obsidian. Compatible with Obsidian Desktop, Mobile, and Publish. (by tylernguyen) Our great sponsors Scout APM – A developer’s best friend. Try free for 14-days Nanos – Run Linux…

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linux – PyTorch operation slower with CUDA than with CPU

I have built a machine for deep learning with a RTX 3060. However, while running the first test, it seems that the computation on GPU is slower than on CPU. The code and the output is attached below. Note that I don’t measure the time that it takes to move…

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Bioconductor – edge

    This package is for version 3.2 of Bioconductor; for the stable, up-to-date release version, see edge. Extraction of Differential Gene Expression Bioconductor version: 3.2 The edge package implements methods for carrying out differential expression analyses of genome-wide gene expression studies. Significance testing using the optimal discovery procedure and…

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.net – C# duplicated attributes on Azure Functions with OpenAPI specifications

I’m developing a REST API using Azure Functions with .NET 5 (Isolated) and I want to add an OpenAPI spec for each route. But it looks like this: namespace AzureFunctionsREST.API.Functions { public class ReporterFunction : BaseFunction { private readonly IReporterRepository _reporterRepository; public ReporterFunction(IReporterRepository reporterRepository) { this._reporterRepository = reporterRepository; } [Function(“ReporterList”)]…

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openapi-client-axios vs fastify-swagger – compare differences and reviews?

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How to assess structural variation in your genome, and identify jumping transposons

Prerequisites Data An annotated genome Long reads Repeat annotation Software minimap2 samtools bedtools – for comparisons only tabix – for visualization only Installation 1 2 3 /work/gif/remkv6/USDA/04_TEJumper conda create -n svim_env –channel bioconda svim source activate svim_env Map your long reads to your genome with minimap My directory locale 1…

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a deprecated ggplot2 theme developed for PDF and PNG for use…

R: a deprecated ggplot2 theme developed for PDF and PNG for use… theme_dpi {eeptools} R Documentation a deprecated ggplot2 theme developed for PDF and PNG for use at the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Description This is a custom ggplot2 theme developed for the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. This…

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NFP: Network fingerprint analysis in R

This package implements the network fingerprint framework. A biomedical network is characterized as a spectrum-like vector called “network fingerprint”, which contains similarities to basic networks. This knowledge-based multidimensional characterization provides a more intuitive way to decipher molecular networks, especially for large-scale network comparisons and clustering analyses Prerequisites NFP is free…

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PyTorch 1.10 release includes CUDA Graphs APIs, compiler enhancements and Android NNAPI support

PyTorch, Facebook’s open source deep-learning framework, announced the release of version 1.10, which includes integration with CUDA Graph’s APIs and JIT compiler updates to increase CPU performance, as well as beta support for the Android Neural Networks API (NNAPI). New versions of domain-specific libraries TorchVision and TorchAudio were also released….

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prody/ProDy – Giters

SYNOPSIS ProDy is a free and open-source Python package for protein structure, dynamics, and sequence analysis. It allows for comparative analysis and modeling of protein structural dynamics and sequence co-evolution. Fast and flexible ProDy API is for interactive usage as well as application development. ProDy also comes with several analysis…

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The mtDNA mutation spectrum in the PolG mutator mouse reveals germline and somatic selection | BMC Genomic Data

1. Taylor RW, Turnbull DM. Mitochondrial DNA mutations in human disease [Internet]. Vol. 6, Nature Reviews Genetics. Europe PMC Funders; 2005 [cited 2020 Aug 21]. p. 389–402. Available from: /pmc/articles/PMC1762815/?report=abstract. 2. Kabunga P, Lau AK, Phan K, Puranik R, Liang C, Davis RL, Sue CM, Sy RW Systematic review of…

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Install R and RStudio on Ubuntu 18.04 with essential libraries for data science. Based on pachamaltese/r_ubuntu_17_10.sh (for Ubuntu 17.10). Note: You need to make sure the default library location – /usr/local/lib/R/site-packages

Install R and RStudio on Ubuntu 18.04 with essential libraries for data science. Based on pachamaltese/r_ubuntu_17_10.sh (for Ubuntu 17.10). Note: You need to make sure the default library location – /usr/local/lib/R/site-packages – is writable . · GitHub Instantly share code, notes, and snippets. Install R and RStudio on Ubuntu 18.04…

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Install R and RStudio on Ubuntu 18.04 with essential libraries for data science. Based on pachamaltese/r_ubuntu_17_10.sh (for Ubuntu 17.10). Note: You need to make sure the default library location – /usr/local/lib/R/site-packages

Install R and RStudio on Ubuntu 18.04 with essential libraries for data science. Based on pachamaltese/r_ubuntu_17_10.sh (for Ubuntu 17.10). Note: You need to make sure the default library location – /usr/local/lib/R/site-packages – is writable . · GitHub Instantly share code, notes, and snippets. Install R and RStudio on Ubuntu 18.04…

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PyTorch 1.10 Release Includes CUDA Graphs APIs, Compiler Improvements, and Android NNAPI Support

PyTorch, Facebook’s open source deep learning framework, has announced the release of version 1.10 that includes integration with CUDA Graphs APIs, updates to the JIT compiler to increase CPU performance, as well as beta support for Android Neural Networks API (NNAPI). New versions of the domain-specific libraries TorchVision and TorchAudio…

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Using multiple chains in SMC in PyMC3 – Questions

Hi,I am currently using pymc3 version 3.9.2 and decided I wanted to try out the SMC sampler. I have been studying this notebook: docs.pymc.io/en/v3/pymcexamples/examples/samplers/SMC2_gaussians.htmlwhich apparently uses 3.9.1. In the notebook it is printed “Multiprocess sampling (2 chains in 2 jobs)”, which my SMC sampler never printed. I always just get…

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Development Scientist – Bioinformatics Job in Massachusetts

New England Biolabs (NEB) is seeking a computational scientist to work collaboratively with bench scientists. We will collaboratively construct software methods, analyze sequence results, and integrate data from instrumentation, ultimately creating high quality, rigorously tested, and provably excellent products. NEB provides an ideal working environment including high quality computational…

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PyTorch version 1.10 includes CUDA Graphs APIs, compiler enhancements, and Android NNAPI support – InfoQ.com

PyTorch, Facebook’s open source deep learning framework, has announced the release of version 1.10 which includes integration with CUDA Graphs APIs and JIT compiler updates to increase CPU performance, as well as Android Neural Networks API (NNAPI) beta support. New versions of the TorchVision and TorchAudio domain specific libraries have…

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jurgisp/pydreamer: PyTorch implementation of DreamerV2 model-based RL algorithm

5 hours ago PyTorch implementation of DreamerV2 model-based RL algorithm – GitHub – jurgisp/pydreamer: PyTorch implementation of DreamerV2 model-based RL algorithm PyDreamerReimplementation of DreamerV2 model-based RL algorithm in PyTorch.The official DreamerV2 implementation can be found here.This is a research project with no guarantees of stability and support. Breaking changes to…

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ODE in RStudio, incorrect “variable does not exist” diagnostic error message – #3 by Tim_Tinker – Modeling

Hello, I am using cmdstan “2.28.1”, R version 4.1.1 and Rstudio 2021.09.0 Build 351 on Windows 64. In coding up a predator-prey model (with a custom user function called “dy_dt”) and using the new ODE functions (ode_rk45), I noticed that the Rstudio diagnostics flagged an error at the line where…

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ODE in RStudio, incorrect “variable does not exist” diagnostic error message – #3 by Tim_Tinker – Modeling

Hello, I am using cmdstan “2.28.1”, R version 4.1.1 and Rstudio 2021.09.0 Build 351 on Windows 64. In coding up a predator-prey model (with a custom user function called “dy_dt”) and using the new ODE functions (ode_rk45), I noticed that the Rstudio diagnostics flagged an error at the line where…

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scikit learn – python-mne autoreject error: _setup_dots() missing 1 required positional argument: ‘ch_type’

I’m analyzing MEG data using python mne. To automatically detect bad epochs I want to use the autoreject package which is based on scikit-learn (autoreject.github.io/). I have created my epochs and adapted the code from the example given on the autoreject page, so it looks like this: n_interpolates = np.array([1,…

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thomasp85/ggfx – Giters

ggfx is a (currently experimantal) package that allows the use of various filters and shaders on ggplot2 layers. Installation You can install ggfx from CRAN in the usual manner (install.packages(‘ggfx’)) or you can grab the development version directly from github using the devtools package: # install.packages(‘devtools’) devtools::install_github(‘thomasp85/ggfx’) Example The basic…

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Deploy a Pytorch model to perform Object Detection on IBM LinuxONE platform

Hello to fellow aspiring Data Scientists, Future of the Data and AI is all about train anywhere and deploy anywhere. Pytorch a data science framework provides production grade, scalable distributed training for NLP and computer vision developments. Hands on experience of deploying a ML model(PyTorch) on IBM LinuxONE system is…

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Implicitly GAN Blending for Arbitrary Stylized Face Generation” (NeurIPS 2021)

Mingcong Liu, Qiang Li, Zekui Qin, Guoxin Zhang, Pengfei Wan, Wen Zheng Y-tech, Kuaishou Technology Project page | Paper Abstract: Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) have made a dramatic leap in high-fidelity image synthesis and stylized face generation. Recently, a layer-swapping mechanism has been developed to improve the stylization performance. However,…

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Git, GitHub, and RStudio | Meetup

How to use Git within RStudio? We’ll learn about the setup, Git vocabulary, and we’ll create a short version history locally and online. To get the most of this short workshop, come with your computer with RStudio and Git installed. Check out the installation instructions (git-scm.com), then create an account…

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Use self signed cert to construct Jupyter-ssh service, and ssh to notebook in native k8s cluster – Zero to JupyterHub on Kubernetes

It’s a good idea for data scientist.They can use vscode to link the single note-book by ssh , it useful to debug . Now , Let me say how I practice . 1、The latest helm version 1.2.0 is seem stable . 2、Use jupyterhub-ssh to build a jupyterhub-ssh service.By the way,…

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Use self signed cert to construct Jupyter-ssh service, and ssh to notebook in native k8s cluster – Zero to JupyterHub on Kubernetes

It’s a good idea for data scientist.They can use vscode to link the single note-book by ssh , it useful to debug . Now , Let me say how I practice . 1、The latest helm version 1.2.0 is seem stable . 2、Use jupyterhub-ssh to build a jupyterhub-ssh service.By the way,…

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Official Pytorch implementation of “DivCo: Diverse Conditional Image Synthesis via Contrastive Generative Adversarial Network” (CVPR’21)

Pytorch implementation for our DivCo. We propose a simple yet effective regularization term named latent-augmented contrastive loss that can be applied to arbitrary conditional generative adversarial networks in different tasks to alleviate the mode collapse issue and improve the diversity. Contact: Rui Liu ([email protected]) Paper DivCo: Diverse Conditional Image Synthesis…

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PyTorch module says libcusparse.so.10 is missing

Personal notes OS : Ubuntu 18.04 LTS PyTorch : 1.5.0, 1.6.0 CUDA : 10.2 NVIDIA-driver : 440 Originally, the error that occurred when importing PyTorch Geometric. I thought it was strange that I installed it as officially … but in conclusion, NVIDIA-driver was installed properly, but NVCC was not installed….

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Implementation of Pix2Seq in PyTorch

Unofficial implementation of the Pix2Seq paper Different from the paper image input size 1280 bin size 1280 LambdaLR scheduler used instead of LinearLR resnet50 instead of resnet50d or resnet101 etc. Download first the coco2017 dataset and put it under the dataset folder. – dataset – annotations – instances_train2017.json – instances_val2017.json…

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Implementation of Pix2Seq in PyTorch

Unofficial implementation of the Pix2Seq paper Different from the paper image input size 1280 bin size 1280 LambdaLR scheduler used instead of LinearLR resnet50 instead of resnet50d or resnet101 etc. Download first the coco2017 dataset and put it under the dataset folder. – dataset – annotations – instances_train2017.json – instances_val2017.json…

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!!!Programme and materials for 2020 Wiki

**Pre-course instructions** ————————— > Please come to Cumberland Lodge with a **draft outline of a research study** of your own that you would like to pre-register. > > Due to potentially slow Wifi at Cumberland Lodge, please check under each of the components ***Bishop*** through to ***Whitaker*** and download…

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Pythons live in rainforests, grasslands, and woodlands. Python Developers live in Visual Studio Code.

The Python Programming language was created during the late 1980’s by Guido Van Rossum. By 2003, it consistently ranked among the most popular programming languages in the world. According to the PYPL (PopularitY of Programming Language index), which is generated by analyzing the frequency of coding tutorial searches on Google,…

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CATS is a REST APIs fuzzer and negative testing tool for OpenAPI endpoints.

REST APIs fuzzer and negative testing tool. Run thousands of self-healing API tests within minutes with no coding effort! Comprehensive: tests are generated automatically based on a large number scenarios Highly Configurable: high amount of customization to adapt to each context Self-Healing: as tests are generated, any OpenAPI spec change…

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Automating PyTorch ARM Builds with Docker BuildX for Nvidia CUDA and Python > 3.6

My Workflow One of the more urgent needs in the community was to automate the building of ARM wheels of PyTorch to utilize PyTorch on Nvidia Devices (e.g. Nvidia Jetson Nano) with CUDA enabled. Nvidia currently offers this but only with Python 3.6 (while we are at Python 3.11 now…

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Automating PyTorch ARM Builds with Docker BuildX for Nvidia CUDA and Python > 3.6

My Workflow One of the more urgent needs in the community was to automate the building of ARM wheels of PyTorch to utilize PyTorch on Nvidia Devices (e.g. Nvidia Jetson Nano) with CUDA enabled. Nvidia currently offers this but only with Python 3.6 (while we are at Python 3.11 now…

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Custom Spawner “spawn progress” troubleshooting – JupyterHub

Hey All, I’m working on a custom spawner for JupyterHub based on SSH connections – this can mean that the initialization and startup is a little slow while the remote session connects, runs all of the login scripts etc. Because of this, I’d like to use the progress reporting introduced…

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Bioconductor – svaRetro

DOI: 10.18129/B9.bioc.svaRetro     Retrotransposed transcript detection from structural variants Bioconductor version: Release (3.14) svaRetro contains functions for detecting retrotransposed transcripts (RTs) from structural variant calls. It takes structural variant calls in GRanges of breakend notation and identifies RTs by exon-exon junctions and insertion sites. The candidate RTs are reported…

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From DNA sequences to microbial ecology: Wrangling NEON soil microbe data with the neonMicrobe R package – Qin – 2021 – Ecosphere

Introduction Microbial life on earth is ubiquitous and essential in critical ecosystem processes (Cavicchioli et al. 2019). Soils are among the most diverse microbial habitats known, and recent surveys at continental (Fierer et al. 2012, Ladau et al. 2013, Talbot et al. 2014, Prober et al. 2015, Thompson et al. 2017, Wang et al. 2018) and global…

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Microsoft Research Introduces ‘Tutel’: A High-Performance MoE Library To Facilitate The Development Of Large-Scale DNN (Deep Neural Network) Models

Source: www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/blog/tutel-an-efficient-mixture-of-experts-implementation-for-large-dnn-model-training/ ‘The Mixture of Experts (MoE) architecture is a deep learning model architecture in which the computational cost is proportional to the number of parameters, allowing for simpler scaling’. MoE is currently the only approach that has been demonstrated to scale deep learning models to trillions of parameters, paving…

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Is it okay to ask people on related subreddits or on Kaggle to take a look at a notebook for improvements and guidelines? : learndatascience

Hi! I followed many data science MOOCs and I’ve already had basics in statistics so I thought about doing some simple project on Kaggle. So I tried to follow some “check-list” of what to do on a dataset like exploratory data analysis, cleaning… But since I have no teacher I…

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Scikit Learn Predict Proba

Listing Results Scikit Learn Predict Proba Scikit learn Understanding predict_proba from 8 hours ago The first index refers to the probability that the data belong to class 0, and the second refers to the probability that the data belong to class 1. These two would sum to 1. You can…

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Scikit Learn Predict Proba

Listing Results Scikit Learn Predict Proba Scikit learn Understanding predict_proba from 8 hours ago The first index refers to the probability that the data belong to class 0, and the second refers to the probability that the data belong to class 1. These two would sum to 1. You can…

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An example project using OpenPrompt under pytorch-lightning for prompt-based SST2 sentiment analysis model

An example project using OpenPrompt under the framework of pytorch-lightning for a training prompt-based text classification model on SST2 sentiment analysis dataset. Leveraging the pytorch-lightning features like logging, gradient accumulation and early stopping, etc. Can be used as a template for further development. Run Install requirement pip install -r requirements.txt…

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Mojave-Dark-RStudio-Theme vs darkreader – compare differences and reviews?

The number of mentions indicates the total number of mentions that we’ve tracked plus the number of user suggested alternatives. Stars – the number of stars that a project has on GitHub. Growth – month over month growth in stars. Activity is a relative number indicating how actively a project…

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Consensus sequence calling with normalisation of indels

Consensus sequence calling with normalisation of indels 0 I’m following the workflow suggested by samtools here to produce a fasta with the consensus sequence. samtools.github.io/bcftools/howtos/consensus-sequence.html The workflow goes like this: # call variants bcftools mpileup -Ou -f reference.fa alignments.bam | bcftools call -mv -Oz -o calls.vcf.gz bcftools index calls.vcf.gz #…

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AutoGL – Open Source Agenda

An autoML framework & toolkit for machine learning on graphs. Actively under development by @THUMNLab Feel free to open issues or contact us at [email protected] if you have any comments or suggestions! News! 2021.07.11 New version! v0.2.0-pre is here! In this new version, AutoGL supports neural architecture search (NAS) to…

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stylegan2-pytorch vs yanderifier – compare differences and reviews?

The number of mentions indicates the total number of mentions that we’ve tracked plus the number of user suggested alternatives. Stars – the number of stars that a project has on GitHub. Growth – month over month growth in stars. Activity is a relative number indicating how actively a project…

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[PATCH] gnu: mbedtls-apache: Update to 2.26.0.

* gnu/packages/patches/mbedtls-apache-reduce-level-of-Wformat-truncation.patch:New file.* gnu/local.mk (dist_patch_DATA): Adjust accordingly.* gnu/packages/tls.scm (mbedtls-apache): Update to 2.26.0.— gnu/local.mk | 1 + …e-reduce-level-of-Wformat-truncation.patch | 29 +++++++++++++++++++ gnu/packages/tls.scm | 5 ++– 3 files changed, 33 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-) create mode 100644 gnu/packages/patches/mbedtls-apache-reduce-level-of-Wformat-truncation.patch Toggle diff (72 lines) diff –git a/gnu/local.mk b/gnu/local.mkindex b197ec55f9..6a44438918 100644— a/gnu/local.mk+++ b/gnu/local.mk@@ -1422,6 +1422,7 @@…

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espressif/esp-idf: Backup of https://github.com/espressif/esp-idf with Patch of https://github.com/espressif/esp-idf/pull/6385 applied – esp-idf

You can not select more than 25 topics Topics must start with a letter or number, can include dashes (‘-‘) and can be up to 35 characters long. master master-fixed v0.9 v1.0 v2.0-rc1 v2.1-rc1 v3.0-dev v3.1-beta1 v3.2-beta1 v3.2-dev v3.3-beta1 v3.3-dev v4.0-dev v4.1-dev v4.2-dev v4.3-beta1 v4.3-dev v4.4-dev Read more here: Source…

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espressif/esp-idf: Backup of https://github.com/espressif/esp-idf with Patch of https://github.com/espressif/esp-idf/pull/6385 applied – esp-idf

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ggplot2 – How to round percantage in hover text with plotly-r

I have practiced with plotly in R and created a barplot with data from a textbook called stats_test prada_stats_test_url <- paste0(“https://raw.github.com/”, “sebastiansauer/”, “Praxis_der_Datenanalyse/”, “master/”, “data/stats_test.csv”) stats_test <- read.csv(prada_stats_test_url) Here is the code for the barplot: test <- stats_test %>% drop_na() %>% ggplot() + aes(x = interest, fill = bestanden) +…

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An open source few shot learning toolbox based on PyTorch

Introduction English | 简体中文 mmfewshot is an open source few shot learning toolbox based on PyTorch. It is a part of the OpenMMLab project. The master branch works with PyTorch 1.5+. The compatibility to earlier versions of PyTorch is not fully tested. Documentation: mmfewshot.readthedocs.io/en/latest/. Major features Support multiple tasks in…

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cast to smaller integer type ‘enum imx_rtc_type’ from ‘const void *’

drivers/rtc/rtc-mxc.c:315:19: warning: cast to smaller integer type ‘enum imx_rtc_type’ from ‘const void *’ * drivers/rtc/rtc-mxc.c:315:19: warning: cast to smaller integer type ‘enum imx_rtc_type’ from ‘const void *’ @ 2021-11-23 18:05 kernel test robot 0 siblings, 0 replies; 2+ messages in thread From: kernel test robot @ 2021-11-23 18:05 UTC (permalink…

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how to install picard and GATK

how to install picard and GATK 1 Hi all I want to install the current version of the picard and GATK software using Ubuntu terminal on windows PC for some genomics analysis. I have the current version java but could not able to install picard. Well I download the entire…

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how to install picard and GATK

how to install picard and GATK 1 Hi all I want to install the current version of the picard and GATK software using Ubuntu terminal on windows PC for some genomics analysis. I have the current version java but could not able to install picard. Well I download the entire…

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Best algorithm for simulating the evolution on a DNA sequence

Best algorithm for simulating the evolution on a DNA sequence 0 Hi Biostars, I’m developing a footprint for DNA sequence and then I want to find related seq in another sequence. (github.com/MahdiKarimian/DIF) My question is : What is the best available library that simulates the evolution of a sequence of…

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java – How to use Swagger Codegen in Gradle for OpenAPI 3.0?

I’ve now got this working (thanks to @Helen for help) The edits required were in build.grade. First I had to amend the build scripts to pull in a different dependency: buildscript { repositories { mavenCentral() } dependencies { classpath(‘io.swagger.codegen.v3:swagger-codegen-maven-plugin:3.0.16’) } } The change some of the imports: import io.swagger.codegen.v3.CodegenConfigLoader import…

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java – How to use Swagger Codegen in Gradle for OpenAPI 3.0?

I’ve now got this working (thanks to @Helen for help) The edits required were in build.grade. First I had to amend the build scripts to pull in a different dependency: buildscript { repositories { mavenCentral() } dependencies { classpath(‘io.swagger.codegen.v3:swagger-codegen-maven-plugin:3.0.16’) } } The change some of the imports: import io.swagger.codegen.v3.CodegenConfigLoader import…

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python – Pytorch release the computational graph

Recently I designed a multi-task network and wanted to use GradNorm to dynamically adjust the weight of each task. I found a code on github for pytorch to implement GradNorm, I applied it to my network and found that the network would raise OOM error after running 3-4 batches. After…

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[lammps-users] Cyclic voltammetry (CV) – LAMMPS Mailing List Mirror

Hi Neda, You can absolutely build electrodes with responsive charges using the USER-CONP packages that I and collaborators are developing (see github.com/srtee/lammps-USER-CONP2 and github.com/USER-CONP/), but there are two major hurdles to overcome before we can achieve “cyclic voltammetry in silico”. The first is that a voltammetry experiment depends critically on…

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just trying to launching my DE-seq2 by csv but isn’t work…

hello sir, im korean and currently work in dpt, bioenginearing… first of all, my major is basically experiment and im suddenly transferred into Industry-University Cooperation Foundation. its my first time coding r script. so i have to run DE-seq2 so that make my MA-plot(and have no idea any of r…

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This is the official PyTorch implementation for “Mesa: A Memory-saving Training Framework for Transformers”.

This is the official PyTorch implementation for Mesa: A Memory-saving Training Framework for Transformers. By Zizheng Pan, Peng Chen, Haoyu He, Jing Liu, Jianfei Cai and Bohan Zhuang. Installation Create a virtual environment with anaconda. conda create -n mesa python=3.7 -y conda activate mesa # Install PyTorch, we use PyTorch…

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This is the official PyTorch implementation for “Mesa: A Memory-saving Training Framework for Transformers”.

This is the official PyTorch implementation for Mesa: A Memory-saving Training Framework for Transformers. By Zizheng Pan, Peng Chen, Haoyu He, Jing Liu, Jianfei Cai and Bohan Zhuang. Installation Create a virtual environment with anaconda. conda create -n mesa python=3.7 -y conda activate mesa # Install PyTorch, we use PyTorch…

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bioinformatics-core-shared-training/Bulk_RNASeq_Course_Nov21: repo for Nov 2021 course

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Bioconductor – GSE159526

DOI: 10.18129/B9.bioc.GSE159526     Placental cell DNA methylation data from GEO accession GSE159526 Bioconductor version: Release (3.14) 19 term and 9 first trimester placental chorionic villi and matched cell-sorted samples ran on Illumina HumanMethylationEPIC DNA methylation microarrays. This data was made available on GEO accession [GSE159526](https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/geo/query/acc.cgi?acc=GSE159526). Both the raw and…

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SomaLogic hiring Bioinformatics Analyst II – R Developer in United States

Job DescriptionCompany Summary:SomaLogic (NASDAQ: SLGC) was founded in 2000 with the goal of improving the well-being and quality of life of every individual by transforming how diseases were detected, diagnosed and managed. Building on decades of aptamer research, SomaLogic scientists developed a ground-breaking proteomics technology that overcomes the significant challenges…

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ajwang3/WangHydrogel-RNASeq: RNA-Sequencing Pipeline for Analysis of In Vitro Liver Inflammatory Stimuli

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ajwang3/WangHydrogel-RNASeq: RNA-Sequencing Pipeline for Analysis of In Vitro Liver Inflammatory Stimuli

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Distributed Arcface Training in Pytorch

This is a deep learning library that makes face recognition efficient, and effective, which can train tens of millionsidentity on a single server. Requirements How to Training To train a model, run train.py with the path to the configs: 1. Single node, 8 GPUs: python -m torch.distributed.launch –nproc_per_node=8 –nnodes=1 –node_rank=0…

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Microsoft’s Tutel optimizes AI model training

Hear from CIOs, CTOs, and other C-level and senior execs on data and AI strategies at the Future of Work Summit this January 12, 2022. Learn more Let the OSS Enterprise newsletter guide your open source journey! Sign up here. Microsoft this week announced Tutel, a library to support the development of mixture of experts (MoE)…

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‘variable_name’ is not a global variable

Error running monocle 3 code: ‘variable_name’ is not a global variable 0 Hi, I am following the tutorial as described at cole-trapnell-lab.github.io/monocle3/docs/clustering/ I performed function graph_test() to create gene IDs with which to find gene modules. pr_graph_test_res <- graph_test(G3_mon, neighbor_graph=”knn”) pr_deg_ids <- row.names(subset(pr_graph_test_res, morans_I > 0.01 & q_value < 0.05))…

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The OpenAPI Community

The OpenAPI Community 22 Nov 2021 I am taking a moment to recalibrate my chess board for the OpenAPI community, and there is no better way for me to accomplish this than to write a story here on the blog. I have several folks I am working with to help…

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The OpenAPI Community

The OpenAPI Community 22 Nov 2021 I am taking a moment to recalibrate my chess board for the OpenAPI community, and there is no better way for me to accomplish this than to write a story here on the blog. I have several folks I am working with to help…

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The OpenAPI journey – Auto1 Tech Blog

The OpenAPI journey The situation The AUTO1 microservice landscape is growing in size day by day, with new services from a spectrum of languages being erected and usually communicating with each other by using REST contracts. In a fast paced environment, such as AUTO1, often the service providing the REST…

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swagger – springdoc-openapi with generic variables

I have a problem with springdoc and generic variables. Swagger UI does not show me the ‘@type’ keys. When I do a request at the API the types are included in the json. But in the Swagger UI schemas the types are missing (also in the OpenApi.json). Here is my…

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KevinMusgrave/pytorch-adapt: A modular domain adaptation library written in PyTorch.

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KevinMusgrave/pytorch-adapt: A modular domain adaptation library written in PyTorch.

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WikiPathways plugin | pathvisio.github.io

Description This plugin connects to the online pathway databases, WikiPathways, and allows users to search and browse pathways from PathVisio directly. It also enables updating and upload functionality (special permissions are required which can be requested from the WP developers). Website: plugins.pathvisio.org/wp-client/ License: Apache 2.0 Installation Go to Plugins >…

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Www Kaggle Com Ashirwadsangwan Imdb Dataset

Context. Each dataset is contained in a gzipped, tab-separated-values (TSV) formatted file in the UTF-8 character set. The first line in each file contains headers that describe what is in each column. A ‘N’ is used to denote that a particular field is… IMDb DatasetDataset from IMDb to make a…

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Error: I have no name! occurs when trying to run ~$ sudo docker run –volume – General Discussions

HiI’m a new user to linux and docker.My base OS is Linux Ubuntu 18.04.6 LTS. I have a file that I want to analyse using Docker with various programs. First I created a Dockerfile using ~$ sudo docker build -t nano_tools_debian(the # comments are just for me giving myself some…

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Bioconductor – dStruct

DOI: 10.18129/B9.bioc.dStruct     Identifying differentially reactive regions from RNA structurome profiling data Bioconductor version: Release (3.14) dStruct identifies differentially reactive regions from RNA structurome profiling data. dStruct is compatible with a broad range of structurome profiling technologies, e.g., SHAPE-MaP, DMS-MaPseq, Structure-Seq, SHAPE-Seq, etc. See Choudhary et al, Genome Biology,…

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Rstudio Online Free

Listing Results Rstudio online free RStudio Cloud Preview 2 hours agoRStudio Cloud is a lightweight, cloud-based solution that allows anyone to do, share, teach and learn data science online. Analyze your data using the RStudio IDE, directly from your browser. Share projects with your team, class, workshop or the world….

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Rstudio Online Free

Listing Results Rstudio online free RStudio Cloud Preview 2 hours agoRStudio Cloud is a lightweight, cloud-based solution that allows anyone to do, share, teach and learn data science online. Analyze your data using the RStudio IDE, directly from your browser. Share projects with your team, class, workshop or the world….

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INSDC Environment Sample Sequences

Description This dataset contains INSDC sequences associated with environmental sample identifiers. The dataset is prepared periodically using the public ENA API (www.ebi.ac.uk/ena/portal/api/) by querying data with the search parameters: environmental_sample=True & host=”” EMBL-EBI also publishes other records in separate datasets (www.gbif.org/publisher/ada9d123-ddb4-467d-8891-806ea8d94230). The data was then processed as follows: 1. Human…

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QIAGEN hiring Bioinformatics Scientist in United States

Overview At the heart of QIAGEN’s business is a vision to make improvements in life possible. We are on an exciting mission to make a real difference in science and healthcare. We are still the entrepreneurial company we started out as and have today achieved a size where we can…

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bycloudai/animegan2-pytorch-Windows: PyTorch implementation of AnimeGANv2

GitHub – bycloudai/animegan2-pytorch-Windows: PyTorch implementation of AnimeGANv2 You can’t perform that action at this time. You signed in with another tab or window. Reload to refresh your session. You signed out in another tab or window. Reload to refresh your session. Read more here: Source link

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Bioconductor – tuberculosis

DOI: 10.18129/B9.bioc.tuberculosis     Tuberculosis Gene Expression Data for Machine Learning Bioconductor version: Release (3.14) The tuberculosis R/Bioconductor package features tuberculosis gene expression data for machine learning. All human samples from GEO that did not come from cell lines, were not taken postmortem, and did not feature recombination have been…

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