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Experiencing list object issue with Keras pad_sequence

I’m getting list object cannot be interpreted as integer while trying to execute Keras pad_sequences below. def tk(lines): tokenizer = Tokenizer() tokenizer.fit_on_texts(lines) return tokenizer toc_Eng = tk(data[:,0]) train, test = train_test_split(data, test_size=0.25, random_state = 5) seq = toc_Eng.texts_to_sequences(train[:,0]) seq[0:10] output: [[8, 114, 9], [2, 149, 30, 22, 620], [1, 19, 36, 398, 39], [4, 23, […]

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“Could not receive Stock Item data” Line Appear Instead of Admin Product Grid – Magento 2

“Could not receive Stock Item data” line appear instead of product grid in admin side. I have recently imported other db to my Cloud local setup. When I am doing indexing,I am getting error like this. SQLSTATE[HY000]: General error: 1449 The user specified as a definer (”@’%’) do es not exist, query was: DELETE price_index […]

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How can I multiply list items in a dict with another list in Python

I have a dictionary with player names and their points, and what I need to do is multiply each list item with coefficients from another list resulting in a new array with multiplied points: points = {mark : [650, 400, 221, 0, 3], bob : ([240, 300, 5, 0, 0], [590, 333, 20, 30, 0]), […]

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Optimizing parsing of massive python dictionary, multi-threading

Let’s take a small example python dictionary, where the values are lists of integers. example_dict1 = {‘key1’:[367, 30, 847, 482, 887, 654, 347, 504, 413, 821], ‘key2’:[754, 915, 622, 149, 279, 192, 312, 203, 742, 846], ‘key3′:[586, 521, 470, 476, 693, 426, 746, 733, 528, 565]} Let’s say I need to parse the values of […]

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How to obtain the common numbers between this 2 sequences?

Any odd number can be written as: $$ n = \left(\frac{n + 1}{2}\right)^2 – \left(\frac{n – 1}{2}\right)^2 $$ If I take: $$ a^2=\left(\frac{n + 1}{2}\right)^2 $$ and: $$ b^2=\left(\frac{n – 1}{2}\right)^2 $$ If I subtract $1$ from $a$ or $b$, then $3$ to the previous, then $5$ and so on, I will always obtain $n$ […]

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Two-Way Repeated Measures ANOVA: Error in lm.fit()… 0 non-na cases (rstatix)

I am trying to run a Two-Way Repeated Measures ANOVA using the R Statix package based on the description from here however I am running into the subject error with my dataset. The data consist of 10 replicate biomass measurements recorded at each of 8 Locations across 5 months (10 reps x 8 locations x […]

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How do I assign a value to a corresponding header after extracting data from a DAT file (text file) using VBA?

I have 2 column of values in my DAT file, first being the time and the other being the voltage along with it. For example, 1 2 3 4 5 (time) and 18 20 22 25 26 (voltage) respectively. The time is on the first column of the DAT file and the voltage is separated […]

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How to cycle through permutations of a list of 88 elements?

I’m trying to assign a single variable each permutation of a list of 88 elements one after another. This means the variable would be re-assigned a new permutation 88! times. I have tried making 88 nested for-loops but apparently there is a limit to how many for-loops you can nest. I am using Python. elements […]

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How can i get multiple lists as an output when i pass multiple ID’s in Neo4j Cypher query?

My current cypher query is as following MATCH (p:xyz)-[:children *]->(c:xyz) WHERE p.Code=100 WITH COLLECT (c) + p AS all UNWIND all as p MATCH (p)-[:children]->(c) RETURN collect(DISTINCT c.Code) as Children_Nodes This gives me an output like “Children_Nodes” │ ╞══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════╡ │[101,102,103,104,105]│ And if I pass two different id’s like MATCH (p:xyz)-[:children *]->(c:xyz) WHERE p.Code IN [100,200] […]

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Finding percentile_cont

Hope I can express this clearly. I am using the pgAdmin 4 tool in PostgreSQL 12. I am going through end of chapter (6) exercises in the book “Practical SQL” by Anthony DeBarros and am having problem getting my query to run. There are two tables with (total) population per county per state and I […]