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Play as a fire truck in a web-based, fire mayhem game created for Ludum Dare competition.

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MarinPostma
MarinPostma commented May 4, 2020

Right now, the integration test use the movie dataset. This is an issue because this dataset is unnessecarily big for testing purpose and thus drastically slows down running the test suite. I suggest we use a smaller dataset (< 100 entries) to improve our CI time.

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robooo
robooo commented Nov 14, 2018

I can't find any other explanation or formulas for results like median, average, min/max, req/sec in documentation, readme or web page. On the documentation page I tried basic scenario to search result/s and get no relevant page.

I found this question on stackoverflow, so I'm not only one who didn't understand it
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/39665250/locust-result-summary-how-to-underst

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noklam
noklam commented Apr 26, 2020

I am working in a small project that trying to reproduce BBC R cookbook with plotnine and altair. I found that the current example of a grouped bar is not what we would normally used. It is not straight forward to tweak it, so I think an example would be helpful.

I would love to see if you have any advice to simplify the syntax as it requires quite a lot

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Geethasaikrishna
Geethasaikrishna commented Apr 24, 2020

Text in the notebook: Our weights need to be improved. To do this, we take a few data items (such as images) that and feed them to our model

Issue : In the italic- highlighted text above, seems like word that is not fitting in context of sentence. Two probable cases, may be something is missed to be written after that or that is actually a typo

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