Stephen Young, United States South Iceland at Leisure - Winter, March 2015 The itinerary was easy to follow and very helpful. Julie, United States Pearls of the South and West - Winter, March 2015 We love Larus at Nordic Visitor. Mahira and Zakir, United States Northern Lights Circle Tour, March 2015 We are very pleased with our tour guide, Trausti. Suzanne, United Kingdom Custom Booking, March 2015 Trip was really well organised.
Martin Icehotel Winter Adventure, February 2015 One of the most amazing trips I've ever done and one of the best in regards of organization. Marilyn McGrath, Canada Iceland Full Circle, February 2015 I was extremely happy with the entire experience. Melanie, United Kingdom Winter Romance, February 2015 The tour was very well organised. David, United Kingdom Aurora Extravaganza, February 2015 Genuinely - one of the best trips we have ever undertaken.
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Example: 256 With no seed, the anomaly detector locations can vary from run to run. With a seed, the anomaly detectors are deterministic. This will be 201 upon successful creation of the anomaly detector and 200 afterwards. Make sure that you check the code that comes with the status attribute to make sure that the anomaly detector creation has been completed without errors. This is the date and time in which the anomaly detector was created with microsecond precision.
The list of fields's ids that were excluded to build the anomaly detector. All the information that you need to recreate or use the anomaly detector on your own. It includes the field's dictionary describing the fields and their summaries, the tree structures that makes the model up, and the top anomalies found in the dataset.
See the Model Object definition below. Controls whether the frequency of repeated (or very similar) data points lower the anomaly score of the repeats. In a future version, you will be able to share anomaly detectors with other co-workers or, if desired, make them publicly available. This is the date and time in which the anomaly detector was updated with microsecond precision. A list of top anomalies objects. A list with the trees representing the anomaly detector. Each tree conforms the Root Object definition.
A list of floats with the relative importance for each field. The importances tell us which values contributed most to the anomaly score. A number between 0 and 1. The closer to one the more anomalous is the row. A status code that reflects the status of the anomaly detector creation. Example: 1 complement optional If complement is true, complementary items are also taken into account.
Example: "This is a description of my new association" Global numeric field transformation parameters. Specifies the fields that won't be included in the association. Example: true name optional The name you want to give to the new association. Example: "lift" seed optional A string to be hashed to generate deterministic samples. Example: "width" All the information that you need to recreate the association. It includes the field's dictionary describing the fields, and the associations' items and rules.
See the Associations Object definition below. This will be 201 upon successful creation of the association and 200 afterwards. Make sure that you check the code that comes with the status attribute to make sure that the association creation has been completed without errors.
This is the date and time in which the association was created with microsecond precision. The list of fields's ids that were excluded to build the association. In a future version, you will be able to share association with other co-workers or, if desired, make them publicly available. This is the date and time in which the association was updated with microsecond precision.
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An array of unique items detected in the datasest.Puneri Paltan, on the other hand, relies majorly on their skipper, Deepak Hooda to do the bulk of the raiding and if he is to be rendered out of the equation the team will be in deep trouble.
Rajesh Mondal does thrive in pressure situations but has not been able to single-handedly rip apart the rival defence. Sandeep Narwal and Girish Ernak have been stellar as corner defenders and will look to continue in the same fashion. Young guns Monu and Rinku Narwal, both able all-rounders will also take to the mat alongside the veteran Dharmaraj Cheralathan. UP may have a slight advantage with their attack and if their defence comes to the party as well, they can well be able to keep Puneri Paltan at bay by primarily keeping Deepak Hooda and Monu off the mat for long periods of time.
Will the Pune defence be able to stop the UP attack. In what could be a tussle between two very even teams, the Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad will battle it out at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai in Game 10 of IPL 2017 on Wednesday. Both teams are coming into the game on the back of victories in their respective previous games, albeit contrasting ones.
Sunrisers have been the best team in the competition so far. Barring Shikhar Dhawan, each of the top four in the batting order has registered a half-century this season and that has meant that the opposition bowlers have chased leather.
In the bowling, the show has been led by Rashid Khan, the 18-year-old leg-spinner from Afghanistan, who has captured the imagination of all. The young man has been well supported by the likes of Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Ashish Nehra and that has made them a formidable unit. Their bowling unit could be bolstered further if Mustafizur Rahman returns to the fold on Tuesday. On the other hand, the Mumbai Indians have had a mixed start to their competition, having lost their opening game despite having put a competitive total on the board, and then coming back to win the second game against the Kolkata Knight Riders at home.
On the batting front, Nitish Rana proved to be the surprise performer for the side, scoring a half-century while Hardik Pandya showed that he could a reliable finisher in the future, guiding his side to a win in the last over of the game. Extra Cover: IPL 2017 MI vs SRH: Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) Probable playing XI against Mumbai Indians (MI)In the bowling, Krunal Pandya proved to be the hero, picking up three wickets to stem the flow of runs of the Knight Riders.
With the presence of some explosive players in their ranks, the Mumbai Indians could make use of the shorter boundaries at the Wankhede and post a big total on the board. Critically for them, Rohit Sharma will need to open the innings and give himself 20 overs to bat which would give him the chance to stand up and put a tall score on the board.
With the likes of Warner, Henriques and Yuvraj in the top four, the Sunrisers will look to make good use of the conditions on offer at the Wankhede. The venue also presents an opportunity to Dhawan to get some runs under his belt.
Predicted winner: With the form that they are currently in, the Sunrisers Hyderabad look like the favourites to come out trumps in this game. LouisSan DiegoSeattleTacomaTampaVirginia BeachWashington, DCWichita. Consult the best Vedic Astrologers, Tarot Readers, Numerologists and Vaastu experts online. Each expert featured here is verified by our team for authenticity and expertise.
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After all, normal stock returns are extreme, not average. The table below shows historic ERPs by decade. The 1960s and 1980s ERPs were darn close to the long-term average ERP of 4. There have been negative ERPs - in the 1930s. The same thing happened in the 2000s.
The ERP was just flat in the 1970s, while stocks overall were positive (though below average). Simply, academic ERPs are usually too bearish, don't address past wide variability, don't stand up to back-testing and can't address future stock supply shifts.
Stocks historically do pretty well long-term versus cash or bonds, but in a widely varying pathYet, academics still produce them, the press promotes them, and the investing world laps them up - because they sound quantitative, academic, sophisticated and rigorous. City "wisdom" at its finest. Typically, an academic will pontificate about the multiple complex variables in his ERP and why they combined with his formulaic approach, leading to a vision of the future.
Few will say: "My ERP model is a fancy but useless way to express my basic optimism or pessimism about the next 10 years. ERP models almost never predict it right. Maybe academics think overt "optimism" or "pessimism" is unseemly or unprofessorial.
But it also runs contrary to empirical evidence. Stocks historically rise more than fall. Stocks historically do pretty well in the long term compared to cash or bonds, but in a widely varying path. Maybe you can uncover how to do long-term stock supply forecasting. But until then, don't bother with ERPs. This article was originally published by our sister magazine Money Observer here. This article is for information and discussion purposes only and does not form a recommendation to invest or otherwise.
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