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Created Jun 14, 2019
Quick bit of code for determining whether an Australian licence plate is standard or personalised
# Takes a pattern like xxxddd (for three letters followed by three numbers)
# and converts it to regex. Other characters are left as is in the regex
# pattern string. This is helpful for states like SA in which every modern
# licence plate begins with an "S".
def match_plate_pattern(plate, pattern):
pattern = pattern.replace('x','[A-Za-z]').replace('d','[0-9]')
return(re.fullmatch(pattern, plate))
# Some of these rules are a bit more general than they need to be.
# These rules aren't complete (I tended to ignore anything before 1970).
View parse_monster.R
modifier <- function(x) {
floor((x - 10) / 2)
skill_ability <- tribble(
~skill, ~ability_code_upper,
"athletics", "STR",
View cape_otway_max_temp_seasonal_facets.R
weather <- get_historical(
stationid = "090015",
type = "max"
weather %>%
filter(! %>% # remove missing values
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