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sboysel / ght-restore-psql
Created Feb 13, 2019 — forked from etcwilde/ght-restore-psql
Restore the GHTorrent database to postgres instead of mysql (based on mysql-2017-01-19 image)
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#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Evan Wilde <etcwilde@uvic.ca>
# July 20, 2017
# defaults
user="postgres"
passwd=""
host="localhost"
db="ghtorrent"
tmpdir='/tmp'
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sboysel / xtable.decimal.r
Last active Nov 21, 2020 — forked from jbryer/xtable.decimal.r
Prints a LaTeX table with numeric columns aligned on their decimal points. This function wraps the xtable and print.xtable functions in the xtable package so that numeric columns are aligned on their decimal place.
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#' Prints a LaTeX table with numeric columns aligned on their decimal points.
#'
#' This function wraps the \code{\link{xtable}} and \code{\link{print.xtable}}
#' functions in the \code{xtable} package so that numeric columns are aligned
#' on their decimal place.
#'
#' See \url{http://jason.bryer.org/posts/2013-01-04/xtable_with_aligned_decimals.html}
#' for more information.
#'
#' @author Jason Bryer <jason@@bryer.org>
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sboysel / load_mnist.R
Last active Jan 13, 2016 — forked from brendano/gist:39760
load the MNIST data set in R
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# Load the MNIST digit recognition dataset into R
# http://yann.lecun.com/exdb/mnist/
# assume you have all 4 files and gunzip'd them
# creates train$n, train$x, train$y and test$n, test$x, test$y
# e.g. train$x is a 60000 x 784 matrix, each row is one digit (28x28)
# call: show_digit(train$x[5,]) to see a digit.
# brendan o'connor - gist.github.com/39760 - anyall.org
load_mnist <- function(path = "mnist") {
# Usage: