These are chat archives for FreeCodeCamp/DataScience

19th
Oct 2018
Alice Jiang
@becausealice2
Oct 19 2018 15:28
Sounds like you need to get a sample of real games and have a network watch and listen, then try it out on your video game. @bigyankarki
Or else if you can get the audio and find, or make yourself, some meticulous notes on where the ball is and what's happening, then you can use that instead because the game keeps track of where the ball is.... IDK how because I didn't make it, but logic figures it would have to
@GONZALORUIZR_twitter I have a lot going on right now including three massive projects that other people are waiting for me to finish, so if it's something big enough that it requires a DM I'm afraid I can't help you
Gonzalo Ruiz R.
@GONZALORUIZR_twitter
Oct 19 2018 15:34
The help do I need its somebody do it and share with me to see the different aproach from my own work
Alice Jiang
@becausealice2
Oct 19 2018 16:11
Yeah, I'm not going to do your assignment for you
Gonzalo Ruiz R.
@GONZALORUIZR_twitter
Oct 19 2018 16:13
I can send you my assigment first but i dont want to cause bias in your aprosch
If you like I can send you first
Alice Jiang
@becausealice2
Oct 19 2018 16:14
@erictleung @GoldbergData I'm having R problems and Google is coming up dry. I need to add a column to a dataframe that I have ready in a vector, but when I try these (which are all the only ways I've been finding through Google) it adds the entire vector to each observation instead of each value from the vector to it's corresponding row watdo?
@GONZALORUIZR_twitter Even if I had the time, I still don't complete entire assignments for others, regardless of whether or not they have done it. I don't like the thought of my complete end-to-end work being submitted under someone else's name.
Not to try and smear your character, I just err on the side of caution
Gonzalo Ruiz R.
@GONZALORUIZR_twitter
Oct 19 2018 16:17
Ok
Eric Leung
@erictleung
Oct 19 2018 16:44
@becausealice2 you can force the vector into a single column data frame (with as.data.frame or something similar) and then cbind it with your larger data frame. That should work.
Alice Jiang
@becausealice2
Oct 19 2018 16:46
as.data.frame made it a 1x1 dataframe with the whole vector as the only observation
Alice Jiang
@becausealice2
Oct 19 2018 16:52
WAIT
I fixed it
Eric Leung
@erictleung
Oct 19 2018 17:14
:+1: