Hey, Mike! Glorious podcasts you're publishing, from the first "History of Rome" episode, to this latest "Revolutions" one. With you being a father and a husband, you're a modern day hero as far as I am concerned.
I've got a little question regarding this latest episode, if you can't or won't answer this question, that's all right. You mentioned that the postmaster guy recognized the king and the queen. That means they must have shown their faces in public while they were on the run. Whatever made them so careless? They go through great lengths to escape Paris in the middle of the night, but then show their faces to random people along their route? That's almost as if they meant to get caught.
And I return from a full day (live in southern hemisphere) to find the new episode ready to go. Thanks Mike. We all forgive you.... this time. Loving the terrifying cultural mashup in the above comments.
Friday won't see an episode of Star Citizen Live due to the many holidays occurring this week, but you'll catch an update to the Subscriber Vault and the weekly RSI Newsletter delivered to your inbox.
This week we're joined by Chris Lu (@ChrisLu44), who served as the White House Cabinet Secretary during the first term of the Obama administration and the Deputy Secretary of Labor during the second term. He gives us some real-world insight into Presidential Proclamations. Plus, we use the special West Wing Weekly Hotline to call Eli Attie (@EliAttie) to get the inside scoop on the writing of this episode.
To see the importance of parameter selection, pleasesee our guidefor beginners. Using libsvm, our group is the winnerofIJCNN 2001 Challenge (two of the three competitions),EUNITE world wide competitionon electricity load prediction,NIPS 2003 feature selection challenge(third place),WCCI 2008 Causation and Prediction challenge (one of the two winners),and Active Learning Challenge 2010 (2nd place).IntroductionLIBSVM is an integrated software for support vector classification, (C-SVC, nu-SVC),regression (epsilon-SVR, nu-SVR) anddistribution estimation (one-class SVM). It supports multi-class classification. Since version 2.8, it implements an SMO-type algorithm proposedin this paper:R.-E. Fan, P.-H. Chen, and C.-J. Lin.Working set selection using second order information for training SVM.Journal of Machine Learning Research 6, 1889-1918, 2005. You can also find a pseudo code there.(how to cite LIBSVM)Our goal is to help users from other fields toeasily use SVM as a tool. LIBSVM provides a simple interfacewhere users can easily link it with their own programs. Main features of LIBSVM includeDifferent SVM formulations Efficient multi-class classification Cross validation for model selectionProbability estimatesVarious kernels (including precomputed kernel matrix)Weighted SVM for unbalanced dataBoth C++ and Java sourcesGUI demonstrating SVM classification and regressionPython, R, MATLAB, Perl,Ruby, Weka,Common LISP,CLISP,Haskell,OCaml,LabVIEW,andPHPinterfaces. C# .NET code and CUDA extension is available. It's also included in some data mining environments:RapidMiner,PCP,andLIONsolver.Some popular package managers (e.g., pip and vcpkg) can install LIBSVM easily.Automatic model selection which can generate contour of cross validation accuracy.Download LIBSVMThe current release (Version 3.3, August 2022) of LIBSVM can be obtained by downloadingthe zipfileor tar.gzfile. You can also check this github directory.Please e-mail us if you have problems to download the file.The package includes the source code of the library in C++ and Java,and a simple programfor scaling training data. A README file with detailed explanation isprovided. For MS Windows users, there is a sub-directory in the zipfile containing binary executable files. Precompiled Java class archiveis also included.Please read the COPYRIGHTnotice before usingLIBSVM. Graphic InterfaceHere is a simple applet demonstrating SVM classification and regression.Click on the drawing area and use ``Change'' to change class of data. Then use ``Run'' to see the results.
Put on your headphones and say congratulations, it's the 100th episode of The Birdy Bunch Podcast! Join Brittany, CJ, and Matt as they reminisce on their favorite episodes and listen to messages from former guests and collaborators! We also have a cheeky LITTLE* creature feature that wood fit right in with the celebration!
Thank you so much for all of your incredible support over the past 100 episodes! We could not have hit this milestone without you! Please share The Birdy Bunch witb your friends and family to continue the celebration! Tag us on social media with your favorite TBB moments @TheBirdyBunchPodcast !
What even is a symbiotic relationship? Well, nature lovers, we talk all about them this week on The Birdy Bunch Podcast! Brittany shares some peculiar pairs of animals and we have a good tie ranking them! In addition, Matt creatures a features that his anemone and CJ shares a current event that even Thor is raving about! Give this super fun episode a listen!
This week we dock in Venice for a question and answer episode wherein I talk about podcasting, understanding quantum mechanics, the origin of the universe, and the evidence for human activity causing climate change. I also address questions about how doing the podcast has affected my teaching and where some of the strange things in academia come from. Then there's the story of the time I ran out of food but was saved by a do-it-yourself carwash in the middle of nowhere.
Adapted --pid-recursive and --pid-recursive-list functionality for the change in layout of programme episode lists on the iPlayer site. The switch to series-by-series listings for many programmes meant that get_iplayer would only display episodes from the earliest series listed. This almost exclusively affected CBBC and CBeebies programmes, but could affect any programme.
The episode ordering with --pid-recursive and --pid-recursive-list is now always oldest to newest (as determined by the order of the listings on the iPlayer site). This ensures a consistent order regardless of the source of the episode lists, and it is generally consistent with how search results are ordered by default. Use --sort-reverse to list episodes from newest to oldest.
Added --hls-lq-audio option to download lower-quality audio with HLS video streams. Use this if 320k audio is too rich for your diet. You will get the same audio as DASH streams (128k or 96k, depending on the stream).
The --test option will only show lists of matching episodes with PVR searches and --pid-recursive. Download and parsing of media stream data will only occur with --test if --get or standalone --pid is specified.
The episode number prepended to is now zero-padded to 2 digits. This is reflected in the default output file prefix. EDIT: If you use the default file prefix and you mistakenly use --force for a programme you do not wish to re-download, or you mistakenly attempt to re-download a programme you already have that has been removed from your download history, it is likely that you will end up with a duplicate because the zero-padding generates a different file name (assuming an episode number is present). To revert to the previous default file prefix without zero-padding, use:
A get_iplayer profile directory (containing programme index caches, pvr searches, preset definitions, download history) can now be shared between Windows and Linux/BSD/macOS. get_iplayer on all platforms now processes any CRLF line endings (default for text files on Windows) when reading files from the profile directory. Files will still be written with native line endings (CRLF on Windows, LF on other platforms), so different files may have different line endings if you share them between platforms. This also means that the "download_history" file will have mixed line endings if written on different platforms. The different line endings shouldn't affect get_iplayer, but be aware of them if editing those files directly.
If you plan to re-encode 50fps HD downloads to smaller 25fps files, you may wish to consider adding the --raw option to get_iplayer downloads and using the resulting .ts or .m4a/.m4v files as re-encoding inputs. That would save a bit of time by not copying the file twice more during remuxing to MP4 and metadata tagging.
DASH downloads are now put through an extra remux to ensure that output files are compatible with Windows Media Player, iTunes, and other similarly finicky media players. This should affect few users since HLS is the default stream format. If you don't need or don't want the extra post-processing, disable it with --no-dash-remux.
Use the new --credits and --credits-only options to download programme credits. Credits are available for many TV programmes, and a few radio programmes such as Radio 4 dramas. The credits are downloaded to a plain text .credits.txt file in your output directory. Not configurable in Web PVR.
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