COMMENT 25d ago

And if a person figures out that it's not Sydney, their second guess is usually Melbourne.

You can do something similar with Canada. Is the capital Toronto, Montreal, or Vancouver? 🤔


COMMENT May 25 '21

This is a lot of fun.

Seriously. I've spent a ton of time now trying to come up with flight paths that look ridiculous on the Mercator projection.

Try doing Wellington -> Paris, Madrid, Casablanca. Wildly different flight paths, even though though the three destination cities are in the same corner of the world.


COMMENT May 12 '21

Fake, how did you get data for Greenland and Western Sahara? 🤔


COMMENT Oct 11 '19

The concepts of analysis track has three classes, and I would have to choose two. They are:


The real number system; field, order, and LUB axioms. Metric spaces: Euclidean space. Bolzano-Weierstrass property. Sequences and limits of sequences. Cauchy sequences and completeness. The Heine-Borel Theorem. Uniform continuity. Connected sets and the intermediate value theorem.


One-variable differential calculus: chain rule, inverse function theorem, Rolle's theorem, intermediate value theorem, Taylor's theorem, and intermediate value theorem for derivatives. Multivariable differential calculus: mean value theorem, inverse and implicit function theorems, and Lagrange multipliers.


Lebesgue measure on the reals. Construction of the Lebesgue integral and its basic properties. Monotone Convergence Theorem, Fatou's Lemma, and Dominated Convergence Theorem. Integration of series. Continuity and differentiability theorems for functions defined by integrals. Introduction to general measures and integration.

Is numerical methods anywhere in there? I don't see those two words specifically, but I know that doesn't necessarily mean it isn't there.


COMMENT Oct 11 '19

I'm pursuing a B.S. in both mathematics and computer science – so a double major.

I'm hoping to go to grad school after my degree, so I suppose my goal is just to understand ML better.


COMMENT Oct 11 '19

Wow this is an incredibly thorough response. Thank you so much.

In any case, pick the course that you think you'll like.

Part of the problem here is that I have no idea what course I'll like or even what each course means. Until now, I've simply followed the required math courses for my degree. Now that I have to make a choice, I'm not sure what to do. All I know is that the field of machine learning interests me.

r/MLQuestions Oct 09 '19

Which of these math tracks is most relevant to machine learning?


r/ICanDrawThat Aug 19 '17

Mod Post Biweekly Challenge #3 – Build a Mighty Castle



COMMENT Aug 15 '17

That is super adorable. They sure spooked me.


COMMENT Aug 08 '17

This is so cool! And you included everything from the prompt, which is super impressive. I feel bad for the little squished circle with the bat wings. -_-


COMMENT Aug 06 '17

Wow, this is ridiculously creative and well done. I love it!

The cutout is super helpful, however I would like to remind everyone that you are not required to use the image prompt or a cutout. You can start your own image entirely in your own style if you would like.

r/ICanDrawThat Aug 04 '17

Mod Post Biweekly Challenge #2



COMMENT Jul 25 '17

Wow, this is incredibly creative and well done! It's interesting to think about a realistic human trying to fit in a world of stick people.


COMMENT Jul 15 '17

I had no doubt in my mind while writing this prompt that somebody would make this.


COMMENT Jul 15 '17

They're similar in that people are using a provided image prompt. That's about it. It's a pretty huge stretch to call it /r/photoshopbattles in all but name. Even so, not all challenges will be finish-the-drawing type prompts, which is the type of prompt you feel is too much like /r/photoshopbattles.

Hell, I bet you that in the future, your going to get people drawing here in photoshop.

People here already draw in Photoshop, among other programs.

r/ICanDrawThat Jul 14 '17

Request Introducing Mod Challenges!



COMMENT Mar 03 '17

Very cute. Thank you! :)


COMMENT Mar 01 '17

Either would be great. Whatever you think looks best.


COMMENT Feb 23 '17

The idea of whale shark popping out of the frame is a great idea. I haven't seen any subreddit ads make any clever use of transparency, so it'd be a unique ad.


COMMENT Feb 23 '17

I wasn't expecting pixel art, but you've sold me. That is very cool. I love the second one with the variety in the background.

I don't think the animated one can be used as an ad, but I'd love to have it displayed on the sidebar of /r/WhaleSharks if that's okay. (I will credit you).

r/ICanDrawThat Feb 22 '17

Request [Request] Subreddit ad for /r/WhaleSharks



COMMENT Jan 24 '17

Thanks! I hope it lives up to your wildest expectations.


COMMENT Jan 11 '17

Oh, that'd be neat. Would they actually be interested in using them? Also I'm pretty sure /r/ImaginaryLeviathans already has an ad up. Do any of the others?


COMMENT Jan 10 '17

I just want to end my suffering lol


COMMENT Jan 07 '17