Hello q folks, I was looking at the function definition for .Q.p, after
seeing its usage in the billion taxi ride benchmark.
y}\:y]} - what inputs would this function take, as x a...
Dear q (and k4) folks, I was writing some code in k4(oh, the joy!) and
was having trouble using variables with "_" in them. I can avoid this in
my code, but when I use the embedPy module, some names imposed by
python(e.g: fit_transform) signal errors...
Why does this fail ?q)g:10#();q)@[g;1 3 5;:;(1 2)#(100;100)]'length 
@[g;1 3 5;:;(1 2)#(100;100)]And how does this succeed?q)@[g;1 3 5;:;3#(1
2)#(100;100)]()100 100()100 100()100 100()()()()Thanks, Kumar
Hi q folks, Happy Holidays to you ! I've written some embedPy examples,
using real-world Kaggle data, at
https://github.com/krish240574/embedPyMLAI - do take a look. The
relevant examples are :2sigma_regression.q - running linear
Yes, Stephen, I came across the code in a blog post about the billion
taxi ride benchmark, hence the question. Was just peering through it
purely out of curiosity, I don't intend to use the functions anywhere.
Sincere regards, Kumar
Thanks very much, Alexander. For purposes of embedPy calling from inside
k4(although superfluous, when there is convenient calling from inside
q), I managed to conjure the following :`$"fit_transform" - this returns
a `fit_transform, which is what th...