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  1. Apr 2019
  2. Mar 2019
    1. error BadZipfile: File is not a zip file

      在安装albacore的时候,使用pip install命令安装.whl文件的时候,总是会出现“ BadZipfile:File is not a zip file”的错误,通过使用参数--no-cache-dir可以解决这个问题。

    1. Você consegue visualizar a saúde da sua aplicação?

      Ainda que aqui os tópicos da certificação não cubram exatamente esse assunto, monitorar a saúde de um sistema e suas aplicações é missão do profissional DevOps. Atente para os tópicos:

      701 Software Engineering 701.1 Modern Software Development (weight: 6)


      705.2 Log Management and Analysis (weight: 4)

  3. Feb 2019
    1. rob_se <- list(sqrt(diag(vcovHC(fatalities_mod1, type = "HC1"))), sqrt(diag(vcovHC(fatalities_mod2, type = "HC1"))), sqrt(diag(vcovHC(fatalities_mod3, type = "HC1"))), sqrt(diag(vcovHC(fatalities_mod4, type = "HC1"))), sqrt(diag(vcovHC(fatalities_mod5, type = "HC1"))), sqrt(diag(vcovHC(fatalities_mod6, type = "HC1"))), sqrt(diag(vcovHC(fatalities_mod7, type = "HC1"))))

      Error in solve.default(crossprod(demX)) : system is computationally singular: reciprocal condition number = 1.63237e-31

    1. speak to Illustrate my Own VVorks, and to Detract from the VVorks of Others, for upon my Conscience I Speak and VVrite as I Believe, and if I Commit an Error in this Belief, I ask your Pardon

      We write and speak in only the ways we know how -- as ourselves. The fear of error should not prevent the process of discovery from unfolding.

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    1. We're sorry but something has gone wrong. We have been notified of this error.
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  10. Apr 2018
    1. | 4.0 | 12.0 | 9.0 | 7.810249675906654 |

      No result block is generated

    2. #+CALL: roots_of_list( lst='(16 144 81 61) )

      But the roots_of_list recall here Throws the error: lst not found in this buffer

  11. Feb 2018
  12. Dec 2017
    1. int* foo;

      This is assuming a 32-bit machine I think. I had to replace all ints with uint64_ts.

  13. Oct 2017
  14. Sep 2017
    1. Well, I don’t think there is any question about it. It can only be attributable to human error. This sort of thing has cropped up before  and it has always been due to human error.

      this was left on the cutting room floor, but Hal's behavior can actually be attributed to human error. In the novelized version written by co-screenplay author - the famous Arthur C. Clarke - it is stated that Hal is briefed on the mission, but told to lie about it and obfuscate the facts about the mission and it's details to the crew. It is implied that this is what ultimately makes Hal malfunction. This helped me to understand this movement in the context of the film far more easily, and it also highlights Heidegger's focus on mankind's responsibility to it's technology and those unintended consequences.

    2. Open the door, Hal. Rotate pod, please, Hal. Stop pod rotation, please, Hal. Rotate the pod, please, Hal. Rotate the pod, please, Hal.

      This movie took place in the future. However there are many parallels it has to present day. Hal, the artifical intellegence on the spaceship, reminds me of A.I personal assistance that we have today. For example, Amazon Echo, Google Home, and Siri. They all were created by humans, for the sole purpose of making life easier. These personal assistance devices can play music, turn off lights, and adjust the temperature in a house. Which is similar to Hal on a spaceship. With that it in mind it is terrifying to see how technology could turn against us and malfunction, like how the director portrayed Hal. Hal seemed perfect at first, but later on in the movie he began to malfunction. This portrays that humans can try to make technology perfect, but there is always human error which makes it vulnerable to malfunctions.

  15. Jun 2017
    1. npm start

      If you've followed the tutorial thusfar you will note that there is no 'start' script. npm run dev should work here!

  16. May 2017
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  18. Mar 2017
    1. like

      Not quite sure how this got here. What is the actual connection to the body?

    2. bodies

      While Locke is no doubt influenced by Cartesian dualism, which seems based upon the frequency of bodily failure, he seems to reject this idea (that the body is naturally or frequently in error).

      See chapter 4 of Dalia Judovitz's The Culture of the Body: Genealogies of Modernity.

      She closely reads Descartes' Meditations on the First Philosophy with special attention to the theological turn in Descartes' ontology. She spends the chapter considering how his claims that "the existence of God and the distinction between the mind and the body" are "underlain by the haunting invocation and recurrent appearance of errant, spectral, and mechanical bodies" (83).

    3. The anonymous and autonomous functions of the body

      See Drew Leder's The Absent Body.

      There might be some really fascinating intersections with his phenomenological investigation of disembodiment.

    4. processes and development of idea

      George Campbell's distinctions between scientific and intuitive evidence might support this claim. He seems to go along with the idea that scientific reasoning is subject to errors just like anything else:

      And if there are, on the other hand, some well-known demonstrations, of so great authority, that it would equally look like lunacy to impugn, it may deserve the attention of the curious to inquire how far, with respect to the bulk of mankind, these circumstances, their having stood the test of ages, their having obtained the universal suffrage of those who are qualified to examine them (things purely of the nature of moral evidence), have contributed to that unshaken faith with which they are received. (923)

    1. She was the same person. But her situation—her environment—was different, so she acted differently.
    2. No, one afternoon, she rearranged her office. Now, when people came to see her, she had to turn completely around to face them. Her computer was totally out of sight. No more email temptation.
    1. When we are playing the role of observer, which is largely when we look at others, we make this fundamental attribution error. When we are thinking about ourselves, however, we will tend to make situational attributions
  19. Feb 2017
  20. Jan 2017
    1. Cannot connect to the Docker daemon

      For Linux/Unix people, it may very well be that you did not add your username to the 'docker' group and as a consequence you cannot communicate with the docker daemon. I had just experienced this (while running Linux Mint 18.1, but the symptoms ought to be similar for Debian/Ubuntu as well).

      To fix it, I ran:

      sudo usermod -aG docker $(whoami)

      Log out and log back in. This ensures your user is running with the correct permissions.

      This will ensure that you do not need to sudo every time, when you interact with docker.

      There are instructions in the below link for Unix (MacOS) users as well.

      Source: http://stackoverflow.com/a/33596140

  21. Dec 2016
    1. recently referred to as Evidence Informed Practice,1

      Dear authors, editors and readers,

      It is to mention that the expression "Evidence-Informed Practice" is far from being recent. Glasziou used it in 2005 with reference to a previous paper by Schriger, published in 2000, 16 years ago (although Glasziou made a mistake: the paper was not published in 1993).

      Here are the references : Glasziou, P. (2005). Evidence based medicine: does it make a difference? British Medical Journal, 330(7482), 92.doi: 10.1136/bmj.330.7482.92-a Schriger, D. L. (2000). One is the loneliest number: Be skeptical of evidence summaries based on limited literature reviews. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 36(5), 517–519. doi.org/10.1067/mem.2000.110997

      All the best,

      Nicolas K.

  22. Oct 2016
    1. The first assumption we need is that the cost function can be written as an average

      How could have a cost / error function that cannot be written as an average?

  23. Aug 2016
    1. unexpected based on theRNA-seq data

      not if you look at the UCSC data (see comment above)

    2. Thymus


    3. placenta


    4. placenta


    5. thymus


    6. Thymus


    7. placenta


    8. Bonferroni correctionwas conducteddue to multiple comparisonsignificant valuelimitwas set to<0.025.

      Bonferroni multiple testing correction: you divide alpha (the significance threshold), typically (by convention) 0.05, by the number of tests, and that gives you the corrected significance threshold.

    9. Normalised tissue


    10. There is only fluorescence if the dye bindsto the PCR product.

      Any dsDNA will generate fluorescence, including, for example, primer dimers and off-target amplicons. That is why SYBR is considered relatively non-specific. But its is relatively cheap compared to more specific assays like TaqMan.

    11. The point where the fluorescence becomes measurable is calledthreshold cycleor quantification cycle.

      Fluorescence always is measurable. The threshold cycle is when fluorescence exceeds a given and fixed threshold value, which is chosen to intersect the amplification curves during their exponential phase.

    12. Investigating the utilisation of alternative polyadenylation sites at the H13/Mcts23imprinted locus will shed light on this matter.

      has been done and published by Andrew Wood and Michael Cowley

    13. However, an allele-specific epigenetic control for mechanisms such as polyadenylation has yet to be proven.

      H13 and Herc3 are proof

    14. DNMTs interact with enzymes that regulategene expression andaretypicallyinvolved ingene repression27.

      out of context

    15. As soon as the stop codon has been transcribed

      stop codon is not responsible for transcription termination and polyadenylation. signals in the sequence of the transcribed RNA and the DNA are responsible, such as the polyadenylation site, which has an RNA consensus sequence of AAUAAA.



    1. 1. Install the TidalCycles pattern engine

      For Windows users: if you get errors during this process it is likely because you tried to execute cabal install tidal from the standard Windows command line. Some of the tools in the Linux toolchain are required. Download and install MingW64 or git for Windows which comes with a bash-like shell that should have everything you need built in! Enjoy!

  24. Jun 2016
  25. May 2016
    1. the median review time at journals has grown from 85 days to >150 days during the past decade (5)

      This statement is a misunderstanding of Powell 2016, which states:

      At Nature, the median review time has grown from 85 days to just above 150 days over the past decade, according to Himmelstein's analysis.


      the median review time — the time between submission and acceptance of a paper — has hovered at around 100 days for more than 30 years.

      So while the median review time at Nature has gone from 85 to 150 days, this is not the case for all journals. See also the related Tweet.

    1. Mistakes are not just opportunities for learning; they are, in an important sense, the only opportunity for learning or making something truly new. Before there can be learning, there must be learners. There are only two non-miraculous ways for learners to come into existence: they must either evolve or be designed and built by learners that evolved. Biological evolution proceeds by a grand, inexorable process of trial and error — and without the errors the trials wouldn’t accomplish anything.
  26. Mar 2016
    1. Competition is also manifested in scientists’ pressured haste, leading tocarelessness, which can verge on questionable behavior. One discussant talkedabout scientists ‘‘cutting a little corner’’ in order to get a paper out before others orto get a larger grant, and another said that she once published a result that she gotthree times in one week but could not replicate the following week

      How competitiveness also results in error.

  27. Dec 2015
    1. In traditionalanimal learning theory, the process that forms associations by the first mechanism(temporal pairing of activation) is called the classical or Pavlovian conditioning process,while the process that forms associations through the agency of error-correcting feedbackis called the instrumental or operant conditioning process

      That's funny. Eyelid conditioning is a well-known example of classical conditioning which is supposed to rely on the cerebellum. But the cerebellum isn't an associative learning machine-- it is an error learning machine! And yet classical conditioning is supposedly associative. This is confusing.

  28. Nov 2015
    1. Form does not supply Being with anything, whereas Being supplies Itself with all form. It is the initial misidentification of form as function that fouls everything up. Our limited viewpoint, taking itself as the center and circumference, is the flaw.

      The identification of Form as function is the Error. Being supplies itself with all form, It is the Alpha and Omega. The Belief that Form is the center and circumference is the flaw.

  29. Sep 2015
    1. import Json.Decode (..)

      This line should be import Json.Decode exposing (..).

  30. Jan 2014
    1. Server error, there was an error while handling your request. Administrators have been notified, please try reloading the page.

      Annotating errors

  31. Oct 2013
    1. Choosing values for each facet.

      This seems premature, maybe numbers two and three got switched?

  32. Sep 2013
    1. I am one of those who are very willing to be refuted if I say anything which is not true, and very willing to refute any one else who says what is not true, and quite as ready to be refuted as to refute; for I hold that this is the greater gain of the two, just as the gain is greater of being cured of a very great evil than of curing another. For I imagine that there is no evil which a man can endure so great as an erroneous opinion about the matters of which we are speaking; and if you claim to be one of my sort, let us have the discussion out, but if you would rather have done, no matter;—let us make an end of it.

      Socrates is willing to accept when he is wrong, he just wants to understand what Gorgias is saying. He thinks Gorgias is inconsistent and wants clarity.