The zoo package consists of the methods for totally ordered indexed observations. It aims at performing calculations containing irregular time series of numeric vectors, matrices & factors.
Exercise 3 Get the ratio of Z$DeliveryVolume to Z$TotalVolume Did you get the non-numeric operation error ? Exercise 4 Get the mean of Z$DeliveryVolume to Z$TotalVolume per quarter, by using Aggregate function.
Find SWAP with Close as Price, TotalVolume as Volume with data of 5 prior days. Store the result in object AT e.g. Find the SWAP of 2015-01-07 with 2015-Jan-01 to 2015-01-07.
What I am thinking right now to merge the dataset with a sequential time series for the timeline I like, then do Na. Fill to replace NAS with the default value I want. If you want to replace NAS with fixed specified values, I think merge is the way to go.
On the other hand, if you want to replace NAS by the last previous non-NA (Na.lock), then the out argument may be a way to specify which date range to use for extra- and interpolation, and you don't need to merge. Making statements based on opinion; back them up with references or personal experience.
If y is NULL (the default) a time series plot of x is produced, otherwise if both x and y are univariate “zoo” series, a scatter plot of y versus x is produced. Ylim if plot. Type = “multiple” then it can be a list of y-axis limits.
Xy.lines logical, indicating if lines should be drawn in the scatter plot. Xlab, lab, main, slim, OMA, mar graphical arguments, see par.
Col, lay, PC, type graphical arguments that can be vectors or (named) lists. However, the handling of graphical parameters' col, PC and lay is more flexible for multivariate series.
These parameters can be vectors of the same length as the number of series plotted or are recycled if shorter. If plot. Type and screens conflict then multiple plots will be assumed.
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This app allows you to purchase virtual items within the app and may contain third party advertisements that may redirect you to a third party site. Hi so I don't want to show any rudeness In my “speech”, but this game is wonderful it's so fun I've had it before around 3 years ago.
But I got a new phone and nothing transferred over but any I stumbled upon it again and eminently downloaded it. This is getting to be a problem because I love this game and I just want to play it and have fun but when I try to do something it crashes for example I have a griffin and one the suggestion from customers was to have 1 griffin and I did, so I collected the 300 blue star things, and then it crashes I get back on and 5 seconds later boom what a surprise it crashes again.
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It wasn’t long until I came across postcards of my people in zoo enclosures titled ‘Somalis of the Grand Exhibition’. My ancestors had large beautiful ‘from and wore long white robes.
It was hard to know that the person behind the lens would have been someone from colonial administration systematically documenting my people. While the colonizers were given names, biographies and obituaries, my ancestors, caught in these photographs, were unnamed and died without their stories.
Decades later in 1931, the ‘human zoo’ exhibition in Paris attracted 34 million visitors in six months. During these exhibits, humans were displayed nude or semi-nude (Channel 4, Race: Science’s Last Taboo, 2009).
Eugenics is the idea that your race determines your behavior and mental intelligence. For the Somalis for example, this was the enforced wearing of ‘white tunic like cloth’ and ‘sandals’ (Le Che nil, 1890).
Heisenberg also popularized human zoos in Europe with his exhibition of the Sami and Samoan people derogatorily known as ‘Laplander's’, in 1874 in his Hamburg Tier park (Channel 4 Race: Science’s Last Taboo, 2009). Carl Heisenberg Galley Trippe were Black people kidnapped from East Africa.
Pictured here are the Somalis shown in Carl Heisenberg’s style in the same enclosure as zebras. Carl Heisenberg’s ‘Galley Troop’, pictured in enclosure with ostriches, zebras, goats, camels and donkeys.
The Hardin d’acclimation was a zoo in Paris that included human exhibits during the late 19th century. In 1877, Saint-Nazaire decided to organize exhibits displaying the Nubian and Inuit peoples.
Race: Science’s Last Taboo, 2009) Many of these exhibits were permanent ‘villages’ where kidnapped indigenous peoples lived, had children in and died in. The Dahomey Pavilion Boys de Boulogne, Paris the former exhibit of the people of Benin.
In another review of the Hardin D’Acclimation, the Somalis are described as being part of a ‘grand parade, racing their animals at speeds yet unseen in this country.’ One reviewer writes, ‘After the ‘Nubian's’ we watched a parade on the lawn of “Eskimos” of the Pole, the “Savages” from the lands of Fire, the “Gauchos” of the Grassland, the ‘Arkansas’ of West America, The ‘Gables’ of Guyana… the “red skins” of the prairies of Missouri…the Ashanti's of Equatorial Africa, the “Hottentots” of Southern Africa… the “Laplander's” of the extreme north of Norway’.
Amongst the other indigenous peoples, the Africans, are described as ‘savage’, ‘polygamous’ and thus, sexually promiscuous. They’re also described as ‘being well-made.’ The reviewer details the Ashanti’s heights, build, and coloring.
The reviewer describes them as blood-thirsty, writing, ‘they have a blood fetish, they kill and sacrifice humans and this is why they cannot be considered civilized.’ He adds, ‘they have killed a long list of explorers who have tried to travel through their lands.’ In a paternalistic stance, the writer admires ‘their love of independence’ despite having colonized, kidnapped and caged them.
Black and indigenous people are described as “savages” placing them half-way between humanity and animals. Nothing has changed in the language used to describe BIPOC or black, indigenous people of color, especially if they also happen to be Muslim.
The headlines describing, ‘migrants’ as ‘illegal’ and ‘swarms’, from ‘shithole countries’ as Trump stated, the Muslim ban, the detention centers for undocumented migrants in America, the ongoing Windrush scandals, and violent deportation of black people these infamous examples go on and on. BIPOC are still targeted by right-wing groups across Europe, for not integrating with society, for being distinctly other.
The Somalis, my people, amongst others, are still seen as ‘fanatically religious’ ‘suspicious’ and ‘hostile.’ Even in sports reporting, black athletes are broken down into a series of muscles and joints. They are described as ‘powerful’ and their talents are always inked up to their genetics. There always seems to be an unsaid bothering, objectifying, animalizing of them in the press.
Young black men are commonly described as ‘thugs’ Tony Blair, only as recently as last week, blamed immigrants for the rise of the far right, saying they should have done a better job integrating. Derrieres ET Guerrero Du Dahomey Au Hardin zoologist d’acclimatization : fever 1891 / .
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