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Screenshots To read about vvvv's main features visit the Propaganda Page! A hybrid development environment IOBoxes of 4 data types Demonstrating Spreads The four-leaf Main Menu DataFlux Data Management Studio, DataFlux Data Management Server, and DataFlux Expression Language DataFlux Data Management Studio is a data management suite that combines data quality, data integration and master data management. DataFlux Data Management Server enables your client applications to execute jobs and real-time services in a high-performance environment. Jobs can be uploaded from DataFlux Data Management Studio to a DataFlux Data Management Server, where the jobs are executed. Data management jobs can merge customer, product, or other enterprise data. They can integrate disparate data sets and ensure data quality. The DataFlux Expression Language provides statements, functions, and variables for manipulating data in SAS Data Loader for Hadoop, DataFlux Data Management Studio and SAS Event Stream Processing Engine.
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Formatter and Colorer of Raw JSON Code Here I would like to present a tool for formatting and coloring raw JSON code. Very often if you use JSON generated by server side code it will be in a nice compact format but at the same time it will be quite hard to read it and possibly alter it. So the tool allows you to make your JSON more readable. For example if you have code like this: it is a real challenge to find something you need inside the graph.
delphi-orm - DORM, the Delphi ORM Features Open Source Apache License 2.0 Database agnostic (Do not require database changes!) Has one, has many and belongs to relations support Mapping through file, attributes or CoC Save and retrieve objects graph, not only single objects External (file) or internal (resource, json stream) configuration Interfaces based!
What about code?!: Tic Tac Toe - checking winner without matrices Recently I was interviewed for a big company, (no names here); it was an exciting and interesting interview by phone; the recruiter started asking me about linked lists, data structures, collisions trees, path finding, etc… It was strange talking about code by phone, I had never been interviewed that way before, not by phone; worst than that I was under strong medicines, I had caught a cold one night before, summarizing, that was not my day, during interview one of the questions allowed me show to recruiter exactly how I’m used to think, He asked me: "How would you implement the rules of a Tic Tac Toe game?" He asked me to think while telling him what I was thinking. Learned lessons, never to be interviewed sick! That's it! stay creative!
k-nearest neighbor algorithm using Python This article was written by Natasha Latysheva. Here we publish a short version, with references to full source code in the original article. Our internal data scientist had a few questions and comments about the article: The example used to illustrate the method in the source code is the famous iris data set, consisting of 3 clusters, 150 observations, and 4 variables, first analysed in 1936. How does the methodology perform on large data sets with many variables, or on unstructured data?Why was Python chosen to do this analysis?
Describing music – in words and sound Note to readers: this post started out as a consideration of the way we write about music, but has morphed into something rather more fanciful and personal. Now read on….. This week, I signed up to The Musical Adjectives Project, the aim of which is to collect and categorise adjectives to “create a reference to aid pianists and musicians in describing and understanding the emotions and character within repertoire.” As a writer as well as a musician, this interests me greatly.