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# How do I calculate these statistics?

By : lacroix1547
Date : July 28 2020, 02:00 AM
hop of those help? This website might help you out a bit more. Also this one.
I'm working from a fairly rusty memory of a statistics course, but here goes nothing:
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## Calculate Month Statistics

By : Storehouse
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue Normally you'd left join to a calendar table (or generate_series in PostgreSQL) to get the missing months but the easiest thing with Rails would be to merge your results into a Hash of zeroes; something like this:
code :
``````class Donation
def self.by_month
h = Donation.calculate(:sum, :amount, :conditions => {
:created_at => (Time.now.prev_year.all_year) },
:order => "EXTRACT(month FROM created_at)",
:group => ["EXTRACT(month FROM created_at)"])
Hash[(1..12).map { |month| [ month, 0 ] }].merge(h)
end
end
``````

## Trying to calculate running team statistics in R - Calculate Avg Offensive yardage before this game as well as that of t

By : Sam
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you For now, I ended up creating a function to calculate the season average up to (but not including) a given game and putting the results in a separate vector, then just using cbind() to add it to the data frame:
code :
``````foo <- vector()
for(each in levels(df\$TeamName)) {
foo <- c(foo, calc_avg_yds(df, each))
}
``````
``````for(i in nrow(df)) {
foo <- c(foo, subset(df, TeamName==df[i,]\$Opponent & Date==df[i,]\$Date)\$AvgTotalYdsOff)
}
df <- cbind(df, AvgTotalYdsDef = foo)
``````

## best way to calculate statistics from a file in c#

By : balthasar666
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . Well, I thought perhaps the coding was the issue. Some of the problem was indeed so. As per Daniel Hilgarth's instructions, changing to dictionary helped a lot, but only the first 30 minutes. Then It was getting worse by every minute.
The problem was apparently the innocent looking UI elements that I've fed information. They ate away so much cpu that it killed the application eventually. Minimizing UI info feed helped (1.5k per minute to at slowest 1.3k). Unbelievable! Hope it helps others who have similar problems.

## Calculate Statistics over multiple DataSets using R or some other statistics package called from C#

By : Yuri Chernetsky
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help Yours is a somewhat broad question but, in principle, you may explore the following approach:
A .NET program reads data from a database and writes that data on text files The .NET program "spawns" the R interpreter (as a process), which executes a R script The R script reads data from the text files, computes statistics, and writes the results on text files the .NET program reads the results produced by the R script from the text files

## Can i have Test execution (Robot FR) statistics as custom statistics chart in teamcity statistics Tab?

By : Rodrigo Azevedo Lima
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. Solved by using the : "Providing data using the teamcity-info.xml file" here after creating the "teamcity-info.xml" file in the root of the build, i create a custom chart with the keys : chart1Key / chart2Key (existing in the "teamcity-info.xml" file). So i will be able to see the OK/KO tests percents. Find here the Result