I need R or Python code that will automatically open links (given a webpage URL) and search for keywords. Ideally I should be able to pass in a list of URL’s to the program, which should explore the links inside those URLs for the keywords and return (1) Yes, if keyword was found (2) The ..

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I’ve been given a string and I need to create a function of a list containing the indexes of the spaces between the words. Source: Python..

Trying to solve a nonlinear program with inequality constraints using sequential quadratic programming. I’ve solved it with Python but I get inconsistent results in R. The objective function takes a vector y and a matrix X and looks for weights W that minimize the L2 norm. There are two constraints: each weight in the vector ..

I’ve been working to write a regex for address like these: WILLIAM SMITH 2345 GLENDALE DR RM 245 ATLANTA GA 30328-3474 LINDSAY HELLO 655 W GRACE ST APT 418 CHICAGO IL 60613-4046 JOHN SMITH 58933 390TH ST EMERSON IA 51533-3844 JANE ADAMS 28484 CO RD 50 NAPPANEE IN 46550-9340 JEFF BEZOS 440 TERRY AVE N ..

I have an R script and I’m very new to R. I’m familiar with python, Is there any way to convert an R script into python? please let me know. Thanks in advance. Source: Python..

Hi I am trying to call a python function with reticulate in a parallel manner using foreach like so: library(reticulate) library(doParallel) library(foreach) library(parallel) py_install("wandb") wandb <- import("wandb") cl <- makeCluster(detectCores(), type = ‘PSOCK’) registerDoParallel(cl) foreach(i = 1:5) %dopar% { wandb$init(project = "test") } gives: Error in {: task 1 failed – "attempt to apply non-function" ..

If you use FRED (https://fred.stlouisfed.org), you may have encountered the following situation: you have a data set of multiple series (say, 100 series), and you only want to retrieve those series that were updated in a specific timeframe (e.g. you check daily, and you only want to retrieve those series of your 100 that were ..

How do I create a cycle graph on n nodes in igraph, either with R or Python? It should look like this, but for an arbitrary number of nodes: Source: Python..

I need to create hexagonal grid and convert it to polygons. As an input I have a shapely.Polygon. I found how to solve this problem in R and I’m wondering if there is a simpe workaround for python, using modules such as shapely or geopandas, not by generating hexs from the beginning. The idea under ..

I have the following code in R and I want to convert it to Python: ### R CODE nteams = 50 nsims = 1000 sim_results = matrix(rep(0, nteams*nsims), nrow = nsims) for(i in 1:nsims){ sim_results[i, ] = rpois(nteams, predicted_lambda) } for(i in 1:nsims){ sim_results[i, ] = sort(sim_results[i,], index.return=T)$ix } My attempt at converting the code ..

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