Different approaches for GPR noise suppression have been reported to the literature (9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21).The wavelet transform is a popular method for GPR data denoising (9,10), and it is simple and effective.However, the selection of the mother wavelet function, the decomposition level, and the threshold function still rely on subjective experiences.
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I have tried to just use data.frame() but that didn't work because the rows are of different length. I also tried rbind.fill() from the plyr package, but that function can only process matrices. I found some other questions here (that's where I got the plyr help from), but those were all about combining for instance two data frames of different.The covariance matrix would be a 2 x 2 matrix, with variances on the diagonal and the covariance repeated off-diagonal. Sample sizes used for the covariance would be the same as the lesser of the.It must be stressed that just because we can do arithmetic on vectors of different lengths, it doesn’t mean that we should. Adding a scalar value to a vector is okay, but otherwise we are liable to get ourselves confused. It is much better to explicitly create equal-length vectors before we operate on them. The rep function is very useful for this task, letting us create a vector with.
R displays array data with unambiguously-labeled coordinate indices. Python doesn’t show this and displays n-d array data in different order than R (making matters somewhat confusing for R users). Consider the following example that creates and displays identical 4x3x2 arrays in R and Python.Read More
R Programming Array Exercises, Practice and Solution: Write a R program to create an array of two 3x3 matrices each with 3 rows and 3 columns from two given two vectors. Print the second row of the second matrix of the array and the element in the 3rd row and 3rd column of the 1st matrix.Read More
Most of the basic operations will act on a whole vector and can be used to quickly perform a large number of calculations with a single command. There is one thing to note, if you perform an operation on more than one vector it is often necessary that the vectors all contain the same number of entries. Here we first define a vector which we will call “a” and will look at how to add and.Read More
Use of sodium polyphosphates with different linear lengths in the production of spreadable processed cheese.. Processed cheese can be characterized as a viscoelastic matrix, the basic material of which consists of cheeses at different stages of maturity. It is made by using a wide range of dairy (e.g., cream, butter, anhydrous milk fat, curd, milk powder, whey powder, caseinates) and.Read More
Hello, I need to use data from different tables in an R visual. These tables have of course a different number of row. But, PowerBI forces to put all the data in a same dataframe, which is not working if the column length aren't equal.Read More
A PAM matrix is a matrix where each column and row represents one of the twenty standard amino acids. In bioinformatics, PAM matrices are regularly used as substitution matrices to score sequence alignments for proteins. Each entry in a PAM matrix indicates the likelihood of the amino acid of that row being replaced with the amino acid of that column through a series of one or more point.Read More
Subsetting. R’s subsetting operators are powerful and fast. Mastery of subsetting allows you to succinctly express complex operations in a way that few other languages can match. Subsetting is hard to learn because you need to master a number of interrelated concepts: The three subsetting operators. The six types of subsetting. Important differences in behaviour for different objects (e.g.Read More
Variable Sequence Lengths in TensorFlow. I recently wrote a guide on recurrent networks in TensorFlow. That covered the basics but often we want to learn on sequences of variable lengths, possibly even within the same batch of training examples. In this post, I will explain how to use variable length sequences in TensorFlow and what implications they have on your model. Computing the Sequence.Read More
A correlation matrix is a table of correlation coefficients for a set of variables used to determine if a relationship exists between the variables. The coefficient indicates both the strength of the relationship as well as the direction (positive vs. negative correlations). In this post I show you how to calculate and visualize a correlation matrix using R.Read More