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How to create an "exact match" eval_metric_op for TensorFlow?


How to create an "exact match" eval_metric_op for TensorFlow?

By : Dwayden
Date : October 17 2020, 03:08 PM
I wish this helpful for you The output of your exact_match_fn is an op which can be used for evaluation. If you want the average over a batch, change your reduce_min to just reduce over the relevant axis.
E.g. if you y_true/y_logits each have shape (batch_size, n)
code :
def exact_match_fn(y_true, y_logits, threshold):
    #pred = tf.equal(tf.round(y_logits), tf.round(y_true))
    predictions = tf.to_float(tf.greater_equal(y_logits, threshold))
    pred_match = tf.equal(predictions, tf.round(y_true))
    exact_match = tf.reduce_min(tf.to_float(pred_match), axis=1)
    return exact_match


def exact_match_prop_fn(*args):
    return tf.reduce_mean(exact_match_fn(*args))


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MYSQL- match against boolean mode does not return anything for exact words like "first", "last"

MYSQL- match against boolean mode does not return anything for exact words like "first", "last"


By : user53225
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out That's because those are stopwords which are so common that are ignored by full-text search. You can look at http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.5/en/fulltext-stopwords.html for the full list of stopwords.
Python Pandas - something like ISIN but "contains" vs "exact" match

Python Pandas - something like ISIN but "contains" vs "exact" match


By : Alessandro Vissani
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue I am using Python Pandas to work with two dataframes. The first dataframe contains records from a customer database (First Name, Last Name, Email, etc). The second dataframe contains a list of domain names, e.g. gmail.com, hotmail.com, etc. , Code -
code :
import pandas as pd


customer = pd.DataFrame({'Email': [
    "bob@example.com",
    "jim@example.com", 
    "joe@gmail.com"], 'First Name': [
    "Bob", 
    "Jim", 
    "Joe"]})

blacklist = pd.DataFrame({'Domain': ["gmail.com", "outlook.com"]})

invalid_emails = tuple(blacklist['Domain'])

df = customer[customer['Email'].apply(lambda s: not s.endswith(invalid_emails))]

print(df)
             Email First Name
0  bob@example.com        Bob
1  jim@example.com        Jim
Is there a way to exact match "truthy" and "falsey" values in ColdFusion

Is there a way to exact match "truthy" and "falsey" values in ColdFusion


By : Girish Mahay
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you I recently had the need to match against two strings in ColdFusion and ran into this scenario during my loop: , The compare function will help you. This:
code :
writedump(compare("0", "NO"));
Add AdWords Search terms as "Phrase match" or "Exact Match" and Add to negative as "Phrase matc

Add AdWords Search terms as "Phrase match" or "Exact Match" and Add to negative as "Phrase matc


By : Eric Robbins
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem I came up with few simple JavaScript scripts to speed the process.
I Created a favorite Tab on chrome browser containing these favorites:
code :
javascript:var targetDiv = document.getElementsByTagName("INPUT");var m=0;for (var i = 0; i < targetDiv.length; ++i) { if (targetDiv[i].type=='text' && targetDiv[i].value.indexOf("]")>0) {targetDiv[i].value=targetDiv[i].value.replace('[','"');targetDiv[i].value=targetDiv[i].value.replace(']','"');}}
javascript:var targetDiv = document.getElementsByTagName("INPUT"); var m=0; for (var i = 0; i < targetDiv.length; ++i) { if (targetDiv[i].type=='text' && targetDiv[i].className=='gwt-TextBox') {targetDiv[i].value='"' + targetDiv[i].value + '"'}}
javascript:var targetDiv = document.getElementsByTagName("INPUT"); var m=0; for (var i = 0; i < targetDiv.length; ++i) { if (targetDiv[i].type=='text' && targetDiv[i].className=='gwt-TextBox' && targetDiv[i].value!='') {targetDiv[i].value='[' + targetDiv[i].value + ']'}}
javascript:var targetDiv = document.getElementsByTagName("INPUT"); var m=0; for (var i = 0; i < targetDiv.length; ++i) { if (targetDiv[i].type=='text' && targetDiv[i].className=='input _ngcontent-fnf-85') {targetDiv[i].value='"' + targetDiv[i].value + '"'}}
javascript:var targetDiv = document.getElementsByTagName("INPUT"); var m=0; for (var i = 0; i < targetDiv.length; ++i) { if (targetDiv[i].type=='text' && targetDiv[i].className=='input _ngcontent-uml-42' && targetDiv[i].value!='') {targetDiv[i].value='[' + targetDiv[i].value + ']'}}
How can I use a variable with RegEx in JavaScript for an exact match using "^" and "$"?

How can I use a variable with RegEx in JavaScript for an exact match using "^" and "$"?


By : Mike G.
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue You're getting all 3 because for each entry in your array you are searching for exactly that value. Which will of course return all 3.
If you only want to match values of exactly 0 you can simply do:
code :
const regex = new RegExp('^0$'); // Only need to compile it once

for(let i = 0; i < arr.length; i++){
  arr[i].match(re);
}
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