Upon using “gem install ncode-syosetu”, i get “ERROR: Failed to build gem native extension.”

I’m trying to install the NcodeSyosetu module using: gem install ncode-syosetu but the output i get is: Building native extensions. This could take a while… Successfully installed concurrent-ruby-ext-1.0.5 Fetching: expeditor-0.5.0.gem (100%) Successfully installed expeditor-0.5.0 Fetching: mini_portile2-2.1.0.gem (100%) Successfully installed mini_portile2-2.1.0 Fetching: nokogiri-1.6.8.1.gem (100%) Building native extensions. This could take a while… Successfully installed nokogiri-1.6.8.1 Fetching:…

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mat-checkbox w/ selectionModel – checked attribute not working

After selecting the 5th checkbox, I expect the view to update by unchecking the mat-checkbox. However this is not the case… When I console.log, it returns the correct result, but the view/checkbox does not reflect this… Any ideas? <mat-checkbox (click)=”$event.stopPropagation()” (change)=”$event ? toggleRow(row) : null” [checked]=”selection.isSelected(row)” [aria-label]=”checkboxLabel(row)”> </mat-checkbox> toggleRow(row) { console.log(‘selection before’, this.selection.selected); this.selection.toggle(row); if…

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np.asarray() gives me one column array where data was multi column

print(X_train_bow.shape) #Output: (897, 2794) print(type(X_train_bow)) #Output: <class ‘scipy.sparse.csr.csr_matrix’> x_train_groups = [X_train_bow[i::3] for i in range(3)] print(x_train_groups[0].shape) #Output: (299, 2794) print(type(X_train_bow[0])) #Output: <class ‘scipy.sparse.csr.csr_matrix’> K = 1 train_data = [] test_data = [] for j in range(0, 3): if(j != K): train_data.extend(x_train_groups[j]) test_data.extend(x_train_groups[K]) print(np.asarray(train_data).shape) #Output: (598,) print(np.asarray(test_data).shape) #Output: (299,) I’m trying k-fold cross-validation. So I have…

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How can I check a field in a CSV file using Linux tools?

I would like to accomplish the following using Linux bash and/or Linux utilities. I’m running Debian 10 on a cloud server. I have a csv file of the following form: “2019-12-10_15-03-50″,13,”ivarz_tb”,0 “2019-12-10_15-09-37″,13,”ivarz_tb”,1 “2019-12-10_15-09-37″,14,”objj_tb”,0 “2019-12-10_15-11-48″,14,”objj_tb”,1 “2019-12-10_15-11-48″,15,”gateway”,0 “2019-12-10_15-11-48″,15,”gateway”,1 “2019-12-10_15-11-48″,16,”base”,0 “2019-12-10_15-16-33″,16,”base”,1 “2019-12-10_15-16-33″,17,”bins”,0 “2019-12-10_23-42-10″,17,”bins”,0 As you can see, each line has four fields. I’d like to check the last…

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