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# Should lpad/rpad be defined in terms of textwidth instead of code units or have the option to do so?

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KristofferC commented Nov 1, 2020

One of the main use cases of `lpad` and `rpad` is, at least for me personally, to align things in the terminal. However, `lpad` and `rpad` are defined (and documented) to work in terms of code units (i.e. they call `length` on the input string) which means that when `length` and `textwidth` disagree, you get unaligned output:

``````julia> s1 = "⟨k|H₁|k̃⟩"
"⟨k|H₁|k̃⟩"
julia> s2 = "⟨k|H₁|k⟩"
"⟨
``````
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# mod(::Complex{<:Integer}, ::Integer) and div etc.

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📝 An awesome Data Science repository to learn and apply for real world problems.

• Updated Nov 27, 2020

# mahmoud / awesome-python-applications

💿 Free software that works great, and also happens to be open-source Python.

• Updated Nov 22, 2020
• Jupyter Notebook

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# Wrong solution for a linear under-determined system

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sgsokol commented Sep 4, 2020

Consider the following system and its solution:

``````from sympy import *
from sympy.abc import j,f

# augmented matrix
a=Matrix([
[1,  1, 1,  1, 1,  1, 1,  1,  1],
[0, -1, 0, -1, 0, -1, 0, -1, -j],
[0,  0, 0,  0, 1,  1, 1,  1,  f]
])

x=Matrix(list(linsolve(a))[0])

# check if x is a solution
a[:,:-1]*x-a[:,-1] # should be all 0 but the second term is 'tau0-tau1'
``````

Do you have an

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# dformoso / machine-learning-mindmap

A mindmap summarising Machine Learning concepts, from Data Analysis to Deep Learning.

• Updated May 30, 2020

# sbrugman / deep-learning-papers

Papers about deep learning ordered by task, date. Current state-of-the-art papers are labelled.

• Updated Dec 21, 2019

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# Outdated documentation for Spinner

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embray commented Nov 8, 2020

### Description

The current docstring in the Spinner class demonstrates using `s.next()` to update the spinner. But this is a Python 2-ism that no longer exists for iterators in Python 3. Instead the correct documentation would be `next(s)`.

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# stdlib-js / stdlib

Standard library for JavaScript and Node.js.

• Updated Nov 25, 2020
• JavaScript

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# Calendar options

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goedible commented Oct 6, 2020

Hi. I can imagine calendar options that would allow people to try different types of calendars. For example with lunar calendars like the Chinese, Vietnamese, Hindu, and Thai calendars.
I see this a powerful aid in teaching the importance of calendars and how they can help us relate to cosmic influences.
By the way... stellar work so far!

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# Find Similar Objects in a Preslected Area

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DeepVariant is an analysis pipeline that uses a deep neural network to call genetic variants from next-generation DNA sequencing data.

• Updated Nov 13, 2020
• Python

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# Emit progress information during SIF creation

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mikegray commented Jun 13, 2019

## Version of Singularity:

3.0.3

### Expected behavior

Some progress or update information during the creation of the SIF file.

### Actual behavior

During "Creating SIF file..." step, the console does not produce any visible output for the user - but does create the resulting file eventually.

### Steps to reproduce behavior

I was executing a few “larger” builds through the bui

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# stared / science-based-games-list

Science-based games - a collaborative list

• Updated Sep 11, 2020

A list of computer-science readings I recommend

• Updated Jan 17, 2020

# sagemath / sage

Mirror of the Sage source tree -- please do not submit PRs here -- everything must be submitted via https://trac.sagemath.org/

• Updated Nov 24, 2020
• Python

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# Don't bunde the data

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ivan-aksamentov commented Jun 15, 2020

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# BOINC / boinc

Open-source software for volunteer computing and grid computing.

• Updated Nov 26, 2020
• PHP

# hgrecco / pint

Operate and manipulate physical quantities in Python

• Updated Oct 31, 2020
• Python

# common-workflow-language / common-workflow-language

Repository for the CWL standards. Use https://cwl.discourse.group/ for support 😊

• Updated Nov 13, 2020
• Python

# dformoso / deeplearning-mindmap

A mindmap summarising Deep Learning concepts.

• Updated May 14, 2019

# arxiv-vanity / arxiv-vanity

Renders papers from arXiv as responsive web pages so you don't have to squint at a PDF.

• Updated Nov 24, 2020
• Python

# GoldenCheetah / GoldenCheetah

Performance Software for Cyclists, Runners, Triathletes and Coaches

• Updated Nov 27, 2020
• C++

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# More shorthand functions and ergonomics

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kangalioo commented Jul 21, 2020

### What is the feature ?

I'm trying out this library for the first time and I'm seeing several places where some shorthand functions would have been really pleasant:

1. Shorthand functions for Pos: `Pos::top_right`, `Pos::bottom_right`, `Pos::bottom_center` etc..
2. Short way to set colors for components. My plots are supposed to be white-on-black, which requires a lot of boilerplate on lots o
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# psychopy / psychopy

For running psychology and neuroscience experiments

• Updated Nov 27, 2020
• Python

# MartinThoma / LaTeX-examples

Examples for the usage of LaTeX

• Updated Oct 6, 2020
• TeX

Official code repository for GATK versions 4 and up

• Updated Nov 26, 2020
• Java

# glumpy / glumpy

Python+Numpy+OpenGL: fast, scalable and beautiful scientific visualization

• Updated Nov 28, 2020
• Python

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# galaxyproject / galaxy

Data intensive science for everyone.

• Updated Nov 28, 2020
• Python

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# Refactoring: use pathlib

megies commented Nov 19, 2020

For the long term, we could clean up the code base a bit by internally using pathlib instead of `os.path.join(....)` and consorts. This is no vital or overly important task but it will help new contributors, to use it in new contributions and not introduce more old-style code, looking at the rest of the code base.

This is a pretty trivial (but longish) task and is a good first issue for new peo

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# Use LaTeXML option to put JavaScript at the end

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bfirsh commented Jul 14, 2020

We either do this all ourselves or do some reordering somewhere, I forget. But we should use the LaTeXML option now! brucemiller/LaTeXML#1044

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