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  3. My friend is writing a non-fiction novel about how the human mind works in the negative situations. She has a proper educational background in studying the human psychology, and now she is using her knowledge to compose a book. Recently she got really busy with her schedule that she is not able to take out enough time to complete her book. She is looking for the best ghostwriting companies that can provide her with the quality services. As many of the ghostwriting companies fail to maintain the privacy and confidentiality of their ghost clients, she is in search of a place that guarantees that her identity will remain to be potential. If someone knows a place like this, then kindly share the information.
  4. Solution can be found here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/52487581/converting-string-date-to-sql-date-format-in-java
  5. I have date in string format as e.g. "2015-05-12 15:15:24", I would like to convert it to sql date in the format "dd-MMM-yy". However, this is not working. Below is the code snippet: String rawDate="2015-05-12 15:15:24"; SimpleDateFormat format = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss"); Date date =format.parse(rawDate); Date sqlDate = new java.sql.Date(date.getTime()); SimpleDateFormat changedFormat = new SimpleDateFormat("dd-MMM-yy"); Date date2=changedFormat.parse(changedFormat.format(sqlDate)); Date sqlDate2 = new java.sql.Date(date2.getTime()); System.out.println("sqlDate : "+sqlDate +" :::::: Date2 : "+date2+" :::: sqlDate2 "+sqlDate2);ow here is the Test : "+sqlDate2); The output of the program is : sqlDate : 2015-05-12 :::::: Date2 : Tue May 12 00:00:00 BST 2015 :::: sqlDate2 2015-05-12 The aim was to get date in the format of 12-May-15 java.sql format, but May is not being translated into alphabet month rather its printed as number.
  6. it was very well written & very much informative,looking forward some more article for this topics & some implementation on this as well. keep sharing more such article on Bioinformatics. Keep writing & keep sharing...
  7. The Microsoft Azure Cloud and its services run in globally distributed data centers. Typically, customers have the choice of which data center they want their services and applications to run. Strict German or European data protection regulations and compliance guidelines may make it necessary to use data centers in Northern or Western Europe. On the one hand, they are geographically closer, allowing for shorter access and response times, and, on the other, compliant with European data policies. Especially for German users there is another solution in the form of a trust construct. It should meet the strong German privacy need. Access to the data hosted in German data centers (Magdeburg and Frankfurt am Main) is controlled by a data trustee, T-Systems. Although the two German data centers are part of the global Microsoft cloud infrastructure, it is nevertheless ensured that customer data is not transferred to a data center outside Germany. Another option for data control is not to store the user data in the Azure Cloud. Applications and computing power are available from the cloud, but data remains in the private cloudsaved. Microsoft Azure offers a total of approximately 50 compliance offerings to cover the variety of compliance requirements that exist worldwide. Azure is recognized by the US government as a trusted cloud.
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    Bioinformatics vs Data Science

    I would like to see the data behind this statement. I do not find this statement necessarily true, specially coming from the bioinformatics side.
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    Bioinformatics vs Data Science

    My actual line of thought is whether I can get a straight data job with a bioinformatics degree, which I'm imagining is easier to come by. What I'm actually exploring are programs that are in Analytics / Data Science, but with a concentration or electives pulled from Bioinformatics / Computational Biology. My background is in Environmental Science, so getting a business background is helpful, but my passion is along biology / chemistry, and I have an interest in social science / academic applications as well. Thoughts? Anyone else?
  10. I as of late gave a go to React js and im beginning to like it. There is one rationale what I am screwed over thanks to. My site is multi-dialect and I have issues rendering the strings. So what I thought is to put an information make an interpretation of credit to the id's or classes yet does not fit right. This is only an essential case of my rationale React js var counter = document.getElementById('counter').getAttribute('data-translate'); var Timer = React.createClass({ getInitialState: function() { return {secondsElapsed: 0}; }, tick: function() { this.setState({secondsElapsed: this.state.secondsElapsed + 1}); }, componentDidMount: function() { this.interval = setInterval(this.tick, 1000); }, componentWillUnmount: function() { clearInterval(this.interval); }, render: function() { return ( <div className={this.translate}>{counter} {this.state.secondsElapsed}</div> ); } }); React.renderComponent( <Timer />, document.getElementById('counter') ); HTML <div id="counter" data-translate="{{ trans('stream.counter') }}"></div>
  11. This is a great explanation.
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    Best GRE prep book for 2018

    So this is going to be a little bit of a longer post (so bear with me here!) But I can honestly say the BEST GRE study resource that I came across is Magoosh. When I first began studying for the GRE, I used a Princeton Review book and followed their study guide, took their practice exams, and got a pretty lousy GRE score. I was sort of embarrassed by it, so the second time around I really did my research and saw some good things about Magoosh. A lot of people haven't heard of them in comparison to some of the "big" test companies, like Kaplan, Princeton Review, ect.. but they are light years ahead of any other resource. I literally was able to improve my GRE score by a whole 15 points with them (and got my writing up to a 5.5.) They have some really good study plans, and this huge test bank that allows you to try out questions of a huge variety. I would really recommend you check them out if you are looking for a go-to GRE study resource. Oh. and they're CHEAPER! The Princeton Review course I was going to sign up for was close to 1000 dollars. Whereas Magoosh GRE is sooo much cheaper than that. Here's a link to their website if you are interested: http://magoosh.com
  13. Stephanie_R

    New Year, New YDSOA

    I'm looking forward to all of these changes! So sorry that I have been gone for so long (graduate school can be soooo stressful! :/)
  14. I couldn't agree more with this!
  15. Stephanie_R

    Data Science Poll 1/15/18

    I'm trying to become better at programming (Python.) I guess the best thing for me has been just working on a wide variety of projects!!
  16. Hi, I'm going to be taking the GRE this summer and then apply for programs for the 18-19 cycle. What would you all say is the best GRE prep book for 2018? I read online that there have been a good amount of changes to the test and want to make sure I get the best study material available. So if anyone could provide a GRE prep book, and a study plan, I would appreciate it.
  17. Our YDSOA Poll for 2/26 is different from some of the other questions we've asked. Here, we are interested in the type of career you are planning to pursue in the fields of Informatics or Data Science. Feel free to expand on your response below!
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