In my case, I was running the terminal in the wrong folder. Please make sure that you navigate to the folder containing your code (App.js and others) and then use a command prompt (for Windows) to open the code. I am using Visual Studio Code, so it is to type \"code.\" after I have opened the command prompt in the exact folder where my code is in.
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If you click on the code box it should automatically select all of the code, but if you accidentally double-click you can either use your select-all keyboard shortcut (cmd+a for Mac, ctrl+a for Windows) or click off the box and back on it to reselect all.
Suite of tools for Python and R, includes the JupyterLab, Jupyter Notebook, and RStudio coding environments, Spyder and Visual Studio Code editors, the data visualization package Glue, and the Orange toolkit for data mining and analysis. Available on PC desktops and laptops in the Digital Scholarship Lab, or for free download and installation on personal machines.
Open-source audio-editing software comparable to Adobe Audition. A cross-platform tool for recording, editing, and processing audio that accepts .WAV, .AIFF, .MP3, and .OGG files. Installed on all Digital Scholarship Lab Mac desktops and laptops, and is free to download and install on personal machines.
Gephi allows users to create sophisticated custom graphs or network visualizations for use in research projects, academics, and journalism. Great for formatting data to generate graphs or clusters. Available on desktop PCs in the Digital Scholarship Lab, and can be downloaded and installed on personal machines.
Source code editor that features syntax highlighting and supports programming, scripting, and markup languages. Use Notepad++ to edit in languages like HTML, JSON, Python, R, and more. Available on PC desktops and laptops in the Digital Scholarship Lab, and also for free download and installation on personal machines.
Open-source cross-platform application used for data cleaning, reconciliation, and transformation (or wrangling). Accepts data in a variety of formats including .XLSX, .CSV, .TXT, .JSON, as well as web data from Google Sheets. Can be downloaded and installed on personal machines.
Open-source toolkit for data visualization, data mining, and machine learning. Available via Anaconda on PC desktops and laptops in Digital Scholarship Lab, and can be downloaded and installed onto personal machines, either independent of or packaged with Anaconda.
A web-based infographic generator and slideshow creator. Equipped with a collection of icons and graphics, PiktoChart allows you to easily create presentation materials that can be shared via social media or downloaded as a JPG. Some features are limited to their premium accounts. You must register for an individual account to use it.
A set of data analysis and visualization products, great for understanding and representing data in innovative ways. Tableau Public is installed on all Digital Scholarship Lab desktops and laptops, and is free to download and install on personal machines.
Although they may look confusing, QR codes are really easy to use. Follow the steps below to turn your iPhone or Android phone into an instant QR code scanner using nothing more than your default camera app.
Apple's iPhones have built-in QR code scanning capabilities right in the camera app itself, so there's no need to download a separate scanning app unless you really want to. Ever since iOS 12, there's even a direct QR code reader in the Control Center, so you can launch it even faster. Whether you have an iPhone 14 or an iPhone 11, the following steps should work just the same.
Step 2: Point your camera at the QR code. If you're using the QR code scanner, make sure the QR code is inside the box on the screen. It will either open immediately (on the scanner), or a link will appear at the top of your screen (in the camera); just select it to go to the link in your browser.
The dedicated QR code scanner is a handy way to quickly open a QR code, largely because it has a built-in button to help scan the code, unlike the Camera app. As such, it's often more useful if scanning a QR code on a physical sheet. If you don't see this QR code shortcut on your iPhone, here's how to add it.
QR codes aren't solely the domain of iPhones; your Android phone can also access them. Like iPhones, many Android phones can scan through the camera app, but you may need to download an app or scan through something like the Google Assistant on some phones.
Check to see if your Android phone supports QR code scanning. Not all Android phones have this ability, so you may have to take extra steps before scanning. Most do, but those that don't will need to download an app. We recommend QR Code Reader, which is a simple and highly effective option (albeit one that comes with ads).
Just because you can do something, doesn't mean you should. QR codes, while extremely useful, can also be used maliciously. While the QR codes themselves aren't to blame, the content they give you can harm your device.
While rare, this sort of QR code-based malware is possible, so we recommend always being careful about which QR codes you scan. Make sure you trust the person or organization you're scanning the code from and make sure to cancel any downloads if you're not expecting one. Like with anything on the internet, approach QR codes with a bit of common sense.
YouTube has quickly become the world's second largest search engine behind Google, with people spending hours per week on the popular platform. If you're a YouTube fan like us, you might want to know what the most viewed YouTube videos are, and how to download YouTube videos.
Just an fyi: I also had the same issue. My labels were coming out blank except for a bar code on the bottom. I tried re setting the spool and unplugging and plugging back in the machine. As a last ditch effort I rebooted my computer and that did the trick. Clearly there are many reasons for this issue and multiple solutions.
Dymo have put up a notice on their website that says the following, \"We are sorry to inform you that at the moment we are experiencing some issues with printing from our latest versions of DYMO Software on Windows 10 computers. We would like to confirm that the team is working on fixing it and as a temporary solution, please download DYMO Label Software v.8.5.4\"You can download the old version of the software from the Dymo website (www.dymo.com) on the support page. Depending on your region this may be listed under \"legacy software\" or \"all software\" or you may just have to search by product.
Our dymo turbo 450 labelwriter is printing blank labes and I can not download the Software v.8.5.4\"We have many branches that is having the same issue we need to get this fix ASAP All our branches are not able to work!!!!
Some of the data described above may not be collected from your device even if you choose to send Optional diagnostic data. Microsoft minimizes the volume of Optional diagnostic data we collect from all devices by collecting some of the data from only a small percentage of devices (sample). By running Diagnostic Data Viewer, you can see an icon which indicates whether your device is part of a sample and also which specific data is collected from your device. Instructions for how to download the Diagnostic Data Viewer tool can be found in Windows 10 at Start > Settings > Privacy > Diagnostics & feedback and in Windows 11 at Start > Settings > Privacy & security > Diagnostics & feedback.
For detectors, you must write a library that can parse the bounding box coordinates and the object class from the output layers. For classifiers, the library must parse the object attributes from the output layers. For example, in segmentation models, the library must parse the bounding box, object class and the mask from the output layers. You can find example code and makefile in the source directory in sources/libs/nvdsinfer_customparser.The generated library path and the function name must be specified with the configuration parameters as mentioned in the section Custom Model. The README file in sources/libs/nvdsinfer_customparser has an example of how to use this custom parser.Following output parsers are supported in the current release:
Problem: A user has failed to authenticate with a specific token more times than the token policy allows. In next tokencode mode, the user has one chance to enter the tokencode correctly before authentication fails.
Resolution: This message occurs when a token has failed to authenticate a specific number of times. You can configure the number of authentication failures allowed before next tokencode mode is activated in the Security Console. For more information, see RSA Authentication Manager Policies.
Problem: An agent attempted to submit a SecurID passcode. The agent is configured to handle users who are enrolled in risk-based authentication (RBA), but it is not configured to authenticate a SecurID passcode.
Resolution: If the message is not caused by a network or system-level issue, the user should try to authenticate again using an RSA SecurID Authenticate Tokencode. If the user still cannot authenticate with this method, contact yourRSA SecurID Access administrator.
As we have discussed above there are more than 60 transformers available for performing zero-shot classification. We can not put all of them. So in this article, we are going to implement some of the most downloaded transformers for zero-shot text classification. 59ce067264