There's not much to do as you slowly descend to the bottom of the ocean.
The submarine computer challenges you to a nice game of Dirac Dice. This
game consists of a single die, two pawns, and a game board with a
circular track containing ten spaces m...
With the scanners fully deployed, you turn their attention to mapping
the floor of the ocean trench. When you get back the image from the
scanners, it seems to just be random noise. Perhaps you can combine an
image enhancement algorithm and the input...
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You finally decode the Elves' message. HI, the message says. You
continue searching for the sleigh keys. Ahead of you is what appears to
be a large ocean trench. Could the keys have fallen into it? You'd
better send a probe to investigate. The probe ...
As you leave the cave and reach open waters, you receive a transmission
from the Elves back on the ship. The transmission was sent using the
Buoyancy Interchange Transmission System (BITS), a method of packing
numeric expressions into a binary sequen...
Hi @terryyao , I haven't seen the implementation done in kdb+, however
we do have over 121 interfaces and connectors including Python and R,
which (after a brief google) I was able to see implementation examples
of online. If you are working on this ...
Hi @terryyao, I see you've asked a new thread about cointegration so we
can continue our conversation over there:
Hi @ekallivrousis If you want to keep the nanosecond granularity, you
will have to keep the value as a timespan, and the prefacing 0D. You can
see some more examples of time conversions here:
Hi Ori, Of course, our support team can help if you reach out through
our support channels here: https://support.kx.com/support/home
Otherwise, if you can post the error message here without revealing your
data, I'd be happy to continue de-bugging wi...
Hi Ori, Sorry to hear this. The table importer supports data in csv
format, but only accepts one table at a time as it would not be able to
differentiate between multiple tables in one xslx file. My suggestion
would be to save each as individual csv ...