@fruit_thief - this isn’t Blackpool either
Haha no. Lets just say I have drawn on a number of sources for this project
It’s mostly working, but the frustrating part is that the inputs are mostly pdf files of lab reports. Scraping data from these lab reports works, but the data then is in different formats. Eg. reading the report for one lab will give: g/dL , 13.2, serum custard, normal range 12.5 - 15.5 but the next one might say: Custard, method direct assay, serum, 132 mg/ml, reference range 12.5- 16.0, previous value 134 mg/ml on 13/6/2021. So a lot of faffing with regular expressions and even still it sometimes goes wrong & needs manual entry. But it’s working 95% of the time now.
Love a bit of regex.
I just cannot believe data isn’t being input to CDISC standards
Glad you’ve got it working
When you retiring and joining the other side
@fruit_thief - You could set up a customised Data Quality framework schema using Marshmallow to sort that out
This is the way
Welcome to the Good Side
Is this just clickbait to get traffic to your dodgy site whereby you harvest our details and make tonnes of advertising revenue, due to the massive footfall that’s likely to appear from TT?
Definitely his retirement fund
Been reading about Sam Altman CEO of OpenAI being fired. Noticed that none of those guys seem to use capital letters to start sentences in their tweets, or for the word ‘I’.
is this a new thing? i quite like it…
It’s 'cos the language models they’re actually pedalling as AI won’t make those mistakes, so it’s a way of indicating that they’re actually writing it themselves.
Until it learns to drop the capital letters to be “more human” (and wrong)
i was thinking maybe it’s an engineer / optimisation thing? if 100% of the meaning can be conveyed without capitals, then the capital serves no purpose & just adds an extra keystroke
(Or at least 4 keystrokes and some mousework in this case, as instinctively typed them and had to go back and delete)
Just think of all those autocorrect squiggly lines you’ll see though
It’s still wrong.
Sounds like he’s been given a job by Microsoft so I doubt he’ll have problems paying his mortgage.
Reminds me of an old tv movie where an alien learns how to drive from observation. And concludes the rules for traffic lights are red - stop, green - go, amber - accelerate.
Except when the fine for driving through a red light is £1800, and there are cameras.
Then it’s green = go, amber = STOP NOW!, red = stay stopped.
i like it too. reminds me of e.e. cummings.
Meh, the information superhighway and email, it’ll never catch on
Eudora email, and flashing up the raw SMTP commands, ehlo anybody?
That was from November 1995?
I thought email was quite well established by then?