Jul
2
awarded Yearling
Jul
2
awarded Yearling
Jul
2
awarded Curious
Jun
29
awarded Critic
Jun
19
comment Printing email headers into a file in python
There's still a problem: after transformation, there's a space between every two characters. So, "Hello" becomes "H e l l o".
Jun
19
comment Printing email headers into a file in python
@KenjiNoguchi, it worked! Thanks!
Jun
19
comment Printing email headers into a file in python
I just tried. The same problem still shows up.
Jun
19
comment Printing email headers into a file in python
@furas, thank you for pointing out the error. That was a typo and I fixed it. I'd like to actually save as unicode characters and that gives similar problems.
Jun
19
revised Printing email headers into a file in python
fixed code typo
Jun
19
asked Printing email headers into a file in python
Jun
15
comment Iterative or Lazy Reservoir Sampling
The strict answer to your question is "no" for the simple reason that the distribution of elements of sequence could change after a certain point and if you only observe the first $n$, then you will miss the change in distribution. Now, if you specify what you mean by error tolerance, then there is room for maneuver.
Jun
14
asked Confidence interval for a proportion estimated through stratified sampling
Jun
10
accepted Sampling from a long tailed distribution
Jun
10
comment Sampling from a long tailed distribution
Thanks @Steve Samuels. What sampling program would you suggest? Is there an R package that you would recommend?
Jun
9
accepted What is this distribution?
Jun
9
comment What is this distribution?
@Glen_b. Many thanks! I wish I could upvote your comment 10 times rather than once.
Jun
9
comment What is this distribution?
@Glen_b. This is an awesome looking QQ-plot. How did you get the parameters?
Jun
9
comment What is this distribution?
@Glen_b, thanks for the suggestion. I'll try Gammas and mixture of Gammas.
Jun
9
comment What is this distribution?
@Glen_b, the delays are rounded to the nearest hour. They were originally in seconds.
Jun
9
comment What is this distribution?
@Glen_b, I added the QQ-plot of log(data+1) to the question.
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