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Q: How to add RMSE to python code?

ReenaahI want to add RMSE into the python code. I've tried inserting the rmse code below but i got error only. How do i insert rmse into the whole proper code ? RMSE = math.sqrt(MSE) print("Root Mean Square Error:\n") CODE for PSNR and MSE from math import log10, sqrt import cv2 import numpy as np de...

 
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Your question may be better suited for codereview.stackexchange.commhutter 9 secs ago
 
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This question may be more appropriate on code review. — Kraigolas just now
 
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Q: Codeforces 1574B

Henry YanThe following Python code is my solution to this code forces problem: https://codeforces.com/problemset/problem/1574/B. I coded the same thing as the tutorial (https://codeforces.com/blog/entry/95188), but my code produced the wrong answer for test case 2. Can anyone tell me what's wrong with my ...

 
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If your code is working most probably this is better suited for : codereview.stackexchange.comNetwave 6 secs ago
 
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Q: cows and bulls javascript using prompt for playing

Cristoforos chorasworking on this game the last 2 days the game is working but i need a feedback for my code if could be more simpler!sorry if my code is very complicated or not well written i am in the learning processes that why i need your feedback!! i feel that i could save some code and have more clear code f...

 
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Q: Basic OpenGL application that renders multiple cubes on a textured plane, setup for a 3D game

GM997I'm learning OpenGL and started work on a small 3D game (like Sokoban) for practice. I want to know if the design of my OpenGL code reflects a good understanding of the technology. For example, one problem I ran into was how to handle drawing multiple objects with different shaders, which I fixed...

 
 
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Q: Barabási–Albert model : Exponent value is not coming right as suggested by theoretical suggestion

Yusra i'm writing code for Barabási–Albert(BA) model, i checked the degree distribution its power law but the exponent gamma is (1.5) and the condition it should be between (2-3), can anyone tell me what is the wrong. Here is my code in fortran !!program to generate Barabasi network implicit real(ki...

 
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Q: the largest palindrome made from the product of two 3-digit numbers

Amir MotefakerٍProblem description: A palindromic number reads the same both ways. The largest palindrome made from the product of two 2-digit numbers is 9009 = 91 × 99. Find the largest palindrome made from the product of two 3-digit numbers. Palindrome: In math, a palindrome is a number that reads the same f...

 
 
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Q: R: Function to return the category that has the maximum in another variable

Taffyhttps://i.stack.imgur.com/fFqC3.jpg Is there a nice simple function to return which diet has the highest average? I can calculate the means from each diet using: mean(filter(data, grepl('Chow', diet))$Ileibacterium) mean(filter(data, grepl('HFD', diet))$Ileibacterium) mean(filter(data, grepl('HFH...

 
While you might get an answer here, you might also consider asking in the Code Review SE site, which is specifically for review of working code for improvements - codereview.stackexchange.comAlexander Nied 48 secs ago
 
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Q: Feature extraction BoW with dende sift

DewI am trying to use the code proposed by [ https://github.com/gurkandemir/Bag-of-Visual-Words][1] and to compute a dense SIFT descriptor. The aim is to obtain a vocabulary building and a histogram description for one feature. I did part of the implementation and it is generating the histogram for...

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Q: Sieve of Atkin C#

Javier MunozI don't fully understand how to make the Sieve of Atkin faster than the most ancient sieve. All implementations I found online where slower than the one I made, but still It isn't faster than SieveOfErathostenes (an implementation found on this same webpage), Sieve Of Erathostenes can be made ev...

 
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Guest Post on May 25, 2022
With so much hype and hate around Web3, let’s take a measured look at what it is and what it can do.
 
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Q: JavaFX Spell Checker

trilogyI have a functional spell checker here. I'd like another set of eyes on this. Is there any way to reduce the memory footprint of this or improve the performance without sacrificing readability and function? All I can think of right now is to change ArrayLists into Arrays... Is there maybe a more...

 
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If the question is about working code, it might be a better fit for Code Review. — cdhowie 15 secs ago
 
Answered a zombie which had an answer of -1.
 
@pacmaninbw "it is unsigned and can't go negative"
Well, yes, that's because it is unsigned.
Those are not the only advantages of a size_t though.
Benefit of size_t is that it's always big enough since it's the result of the sizeof operator.
Thus the whole int vs long vs long long no longer applies.
 
True. Feel free to edit.
I'm just doing my best to decrease the number of zombies.
Especially ones that have been answered in some form.
I'm up voting what I can, and answering what I must.
Monking
Is @SᴀᴍOnᴇᴌᴀ ok?
 
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Last I checked he was.
Couple of days ago.
 
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@Mast Just read an article publish by ACM SIGARCH that suggested that we do away with virtual machines because they aren't secure enough.
Someone wants to kill VMWare?
 
Monking
just got back from a couple days in a small cabin with family
 
Monking, are you Mast in disguise, he just left the room and you appeared.
 
yes - this is a 90s sitcom
 
LOL
How did the kids like the cabin?
 
our son liked the bunk beds
 
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Did he get top or bottom?
 
@cdhowie I get that code review is for reviewing working code, but it's a bit silly to break the code just so that it's on topic for StackOverflow? I could break it on purpose and then write my own answer? But that's not very encouraged either. I think this question could be useful for people googling this exact question, looking for working code in an answer. — Cornelius Roemer just now
 
@pacmaninbw bottom bunk, though he likely would have been fine with the top bunk
 
@Duga Love the concept, break the code just to post on SO
 
 
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Q: In python3/argparse module, how can I differentiate between action='store' args and action='append' args

The Veritable BugeaterI want to differentiate between argparse args marked as action='store' -vs- args marked as action='append'. Clearly they are very different in how they behave and are stored, but is there a way to make it clear in the help that multiple occurrences of 'store' args will only overwrite the previous...

 
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Id recommend posting this on codereview.stackexchange.com, as it is simply format issues and not a non-working code snippet. — Thornily 11 secs ago
 
 
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Q: How can I find the Fibonacci values for every index in the limit range and print the sum of all even Fibonacci numbers in Py3?

bashcode292Hi I need to find all the corresponding Fibonacci values up to a given limit in a sequence and return / print the sum of all even Fibonacci numbers. this is the code I have so far: print(even_fibonacci_sum(limit=10)) # output should be 44 print(even_fibonacci_sum(limit=15)) # output should be 1...

 
 
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What's a "better solution" is the part of your question that would need to be refined. If it is to be evaluated in terms of clarity, I find yours pretty legible, and as such very good in terms of maintenance : it reflects business rules, so it's quite easy to update if requirements were to change. As opposed to one-liners, for instance. And performancewise, no input value requires more than 4 tests ; one-liners wouldn't test less, I guess. Maybe create and use constants for strings, as they might change in bulk. My 20 cents. As @T Go to codereview ;-) — Alain BECKER 56 secs ago
 
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Q: Pandas str.replace regex method on a series

Sebazz44I have a df where I'm cleaning raw data pulled from a data source. I apply a function to a series after. In order to get the data to fit the proper function parameters (a custom function) I need the data in a comma deliminated format. I am able achieve this through a series of really annoying reg...

 

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