I am a teacher who teaches Japanese. For students who want to watch anime in Japanese or want to watch anime without subtitles, I have created the list that quantifies the difficulty level of Japanese for each anime title. https://learnjapaneseanime.com/anime-recommendations/
I would like to hear from the readers of this subreddit here how useful this list is. At the Japanese language school where I work, many people started learning Japanese by watching anime. Also, there are many people who learn Japanese because they want to watch anime in Japanese.
Finally, thanks to the moderators for allowing this post.
A lot of people like to talk about past leagues with rose tinted glasses or overemphasize the worst parts. This league gives us choice like never before to customize how we engage with poe content. I bet there will be much analysis of players' choices after the league is done by GGG in order to tailor content of POE2 to our actual gameplay preferences.
How do you quantify "know"ing a programming language, such as SQL? What is the baseline which indicates someone "knows" SQL? I've always wondered about this when viewing job descriptions or writing one.
Does it mean someone knows how to write SELECT, FROM, WHERE, JOINS as knowing SQL?
Do INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, ROLLBACK count?
What about aggregating?
If someone had practical ability to do the above and have done it in real world projects, where does that put them?
What about the absolute SQL gurus that are purely focused on SQL? Where do they rank in terms of ability?
I hope you get my drift, it becomes very hard to quantify what "knowing" SQL is or what "advanced" SQL is when I read these words in job descriptions. It's very subjective depending on who is hiring.
Would any experts here be able to comment?
In the wake of Hamilton's 7 WDC and the inevitable car vs driver discussions, this is my attempt to see how many WDCs have been won in cars that weren't superior.
I've tried to base it on the Constructor's Championship points, if a team outscores the 2nd place team by a significant margin, there's a good change their car is better, in some cases the results are skewed by the team having 2 very good drivers or 1 very poor driver, but it's a reasonable marker.
This is obviously only my opinion but I think there are only 6 seasons where the winner was in aclearly inferior car 1973, 1976, 1982, 1986, 1994 & 2008 and a further 19 seasons where the car was roughly on a par with the 2nd place in the WCC, leaving 45 seasons where the WDC was won by the "best" or "dominant" car.
Obviously this won't stop the "only the car matters" type comments, but it's food for thought.
Pre '58 WCC stolen from here:
Whatever the soul is it is not a physical manifestation, it's seems obvious to me. Bill Nye and somebody else came out recently saying the same thing, no evidence, no physical form that the soul exists. Duh. It's not religion or science, it's something that is beyond, either you sense it or you don't. If you have had any experience where you knew you there was something beyond your senses, you opened a door that can't be closed. They think they have the answers but they don't even know the questions.
We just launched http://watchtime.io. It breaks down youtube history into digestible chunks of data that you can act on. We tried to make the process as simple as possible so anyone can analyze their youtube history; no programming experience or software download required.
The tool is and always will be free. We don't store any data and our code is public. Just a way to give back to the community :) I hope you guys find it useful!
Stats the tool provides:
cheers - alfonso
Okay so, on this sub it's been pretty well fleshed out that:
And, that the "T-30"/ T1 (used in this post to describe strong regional schools ranked roughly from #25-70 that are either the best non T-14 in their state, or competing to be):
Basically the narrative is that: from the T-14, the world is your oyster (and you can very easily land a $190k starting salary); with T2/T3 schools, if you actually get a job, it's very likely to be $60k at a very small firm.
I've heard over and over that T1s are all "good schools with good career prospects," but I'm really interested in more details, rules of th... keep reading on reddit ➡
Title may sound confusing. But what I mean is, on FlowJo, you can perform statistics on the FSC and SSC parameters. So for a population, you could get a mean FSC-A, or a median SSC-H, etc.
Is it valid to use these numbers as a numerical representation of a population's average size/granularity, and compare it with other populations as a way to show cell FSC/SSC changes?
I know that I could just use overlaid dot plots or histograms to show it visually, but is it possible to perform statistical comparisons to show differences that aren't too visually obvious? I've never seen this done before, so I was wondering maybe if it just isn't a valid method.
If you still don't understand my questions, feel free to say so. Thanks.
I am modelling planes in my application, but e.g. back planes result tilted to the left when considering the pixel positions after undistortion, this for sure worse near the edges of the image. Is there any way I could quantify how good the undistortion model was in trying to reproduce a pinhole representation at a specific pixel? My question is motivated by the fact that if there would be any, I would get with it weights for the optimization problem to find a better estimate of the planes. My imagination tells me undistortion was not perfect and i can account for it + some hearsays like „distortion works better at the center of distortion than at the edges“. Thanks!!
More or less what the title says. I need a way to 'quantify' lift increase when the aircraft (home built) is performing close to the ground.
I want to understand the relative power of Earthen Wall Totem better. Is it a minor mitigation cooldown like Barkskin, or is it unlikely to kill something during it like Dispersion? Does it affect fast attackers like the sustain of a Rogue more than it does big burst cooldowns like for a Combusting Mage or Convoking Balance Druid? The HP of the totem is 100% of the Shaman's HP?
Hello guys, I have two images, where the first has a lot of nuances, and the second not too much (not at all ).
My goal is to quantify this difference using opencv . The quantification should make me able to say that:
" the image 2 has 80 % less nuances than the image 1" or
" the image 2 is 80 % more <clean> than the image 1"
I feel like I hear the most about album sales, music show wins and views but is there anything else that matters, in what order do they matter? What's a good number for each category?
Maybe a better question: Going forward, during self-study and solo coding projects... What metrics can I track?
Struggling with how I can quantify my solo project and open-source experience. I found a tip on a LinkedIn post that had some examples:
Formula: "Accomplished [X] as measured by [Y], by doing [Z]."
tl;dr "Quantify everything where possible."
With solo projects and experience, how can I quantify them? Lines of code per hour, number of pull requests or refactors per week, removed x errors per review?
Some current bullets on my CV:
Thanks for your time
I have raw FASTQ files from a human cell line. I'm interested in figuring out which members of a family of similar genes are expressed in this cell line. I've used Salmon to quantify the transcripts, but all the tutorials I find go on to teach differential gene expression analysis across samples. In my case, I only want to quantify expression of this family of genes in one sample. What would be the best way to do that? Can I just compare the TPM values from Salmon?
I see a lot of ppl quantifying their sleep system in miles per gallon, which is super not ultralight. The metric system is clearly superior and lighter, so from hence forth all sleep units should be measured in dpbf (decilitres per bean fart) This is the way.
With a painstaking review of the footage I have attempted to precisely quantify interruptions in the first Presidential Debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.
My methodology was the following: Waiting until acknowledgement by the moderator or the finishing of a complete thought by the opponent was coded as non-interrupting verbalization. Judgement of the end of the thought relied upon whether the speaker appeared to continue to try and finish the same thought, briefly answer a raised objection before continuing, or was acknowledged as holding the floor by the moderator on one hand (the new speaker is coded as interrupting) or seemed to yield to the new speaker on the other hand (new speaker coded as non-interrupting). Interruptions separated by less than three seconds were counted as part of the same contiguous period of interruption. There were several instances of a back-and-forth interaction between the moderator and either candidate where Wallace was clarifying a question or keeping the candidate on-topic which were coded as non-interruption on all parts. Candidates talking over Wallace while he attempted to quiet both candidates and ask a question were coded as interruptive speech, although Wallace does interrupt to quiet an interrupting candidate, in which case the original speaker is not coded as interrupting while Wallace speaks and Wallace is coded as interrupting as well as the interrupting candidate. Extremely short remarks "under the breath" not slowing or being acknowledged by the speaker and not hindering intelligibility were ignored as were non-verbal vocalizations such as laughter or sighs.
By raw count were a total of 47 interruptions on Trump's part and 19 on Bidens part. However, these do not tell the full story. Biden's interruptions were often simple interjections of a word or phrase, Trump would launch into full paragraphs when he interrupted. By time, Trump spent more than 10 minutes talking out of turn during the 90 minute debate compared with less than a minute and a half total for Biden (610 seconds versus 82 seconds).
I am including the dataset with links to the time-stamped CSPAN youtube video to encourage others to review my judgement and suggest potential adjustments to the times or coding. Times are in seconds.
|Speaker_Trump||Speaker_Biden||Speaker_Wallace||Is_Interruption||Start Time||End Time|
I’ve found a really great trauma therapist (for CPTSD / early attachment / spiritual trauma) and we’re doing good work - I already feel like things are shifting and it’s only been three sessions. But it’s private and expensive (UK) and I’m self employed so it’s a huge investment for me.
I’m having trouble relaxing into it because I know I can’t afford it long term, and I keep sort of pre-grieving it finishing because I can tell I really need it and he’s a great match in terms of skill set / approach.
Do you think I should come up with a figure I can afford over the year and then just tell my therapist that this is roughly the timeline I’m thinking of? He hasn’t suggested how long I might benefit from - it’s early days and I just booked a batch of 6 sessions, one every two weeks, as an initial block.
Or do I start by asking what timescale he thinks would be appropriate? And try to make that work money-wise?
On a day to day grind, I feel like it’s hard for me to quantify my achievements compared to my peers who’ve had XYZ projects with $$$impact on their resume.
This post is mainly directed at people who are against the rumbling to invite civil discussion and understand why they are against it. If you have all the time in the world, like me, read both, if not just read heading no.2 and comment your views. Also, every option is morally wrong. Genocide is bad. But for the sake of argument and the plot of AOT, let's say that's all we got.
What would you do if you were Eren? On second thought, no, not Eren. Or let's not even put you in the AOT universe. For a change, let's put Eren in your shoes. Let's say you are just you, reading this post on titanfolk. Tomorrow, your city on earth is invaded by giant alien monsters. A lot of people die. A special military alliance is setup. You sign up for revenge against the monsters that took the lives of a lot of people you care for. They are very hard to fight and winning seems impossible.
Fast forward a few months or a year, you find that these monsters are actually humans sent from outer space, transformed into these monsters to lay waste to our planet. You also realize there is an alien civilization, that is far advanced and their population outnumbers the population on earth by 100 times, for they are spread across 8 different star systems. But what surprises you is not the fact that they hate you but they fear you. Fear humans because an ancient human civilization ruled the galaxy with an iron fist and powers they couldn't even fathom. I know, this sounds a lot like the forerunner- ancient human war from the halo series, but if i still have your attention, read on.
Now, this alien civilization doesn't parley with humans, no peace talks. They are humanoid, capable of reason, emotion and empathy. But they see humans only as a deadly virus that needs to be wiped off the face of the earth.
Then you finally find why they hate humans and fear us. You actually manage to get your hands on this incredible power that allows a glimpse into the future and the ways in which you can save your world. You either destroy the alien civilization, wipe it off the galaxy or you have to sacrifice your spouse. Then to maintain this power, your children and grandchildren will also have to be sacrificed and so on. Okay if the last part seems a bit too biased in supporting Eren and Historia for some people, lets say people from your civilization have to sacrifice their spouses and descendants in a cycle of horrid sacrifice. What would you do? Assume there are no alt... keep reading on reddit ➡