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Abstract for Beyond Precision: A Study on Recall of Initial Retrieval with Neural Representations - Semantic Scholar
Vocabulary mismatch is a central problem in information retrieval (IR), i.e., the relevant documents may not contain the same (symbolic) terms of the query. Recently, neural representations have shown great success in capturing semantic relatedness, leading to new possibilities to alleviate the vocabulary mismatch problem in IR. However, most existing efforts in this direction have been devoted to the re-ranking stage. That is to leverage neural representations to help re-rank a set of candidate documents, which are typically obtained from an initial retrieval stage based on some symbolic index and search scheme (e.g., BM25 over the inverted index). This naturally raises a question: if the relevant documents have not been found in the initial retrieval stage due to vocabulary mismatch, there would be no chance to re-rank them to the top positions later. Therefore, in this paper, we study the problem how to employ neural representations to improve the recall of relevant documents in the initial retrieval stage. Specifically, to meet the efficiency requirement of the initial stage, we introduce a neural index for the neural representations of documents, and propose two hybrid search schemes based on both neural and symbolic indices, namely the parallel search scheme and the sequential search scheme. Our experiments show that both hybrid index and search schemes can improve the recall of the initial retrieval stage with small overhead.
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Pie Charts · ChartGen
brilliant chart generator - you input the data, gives code as svg. Pie charts, bar graphs, line graphs. Would be great for PIRC charts. Use image in Quark to draw on top, or import svg file into Affinity.
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2 days ago by piperh
GitHub - plotly/dash: Analytical Web Apps for Python. No JavaScript Required.
Dash is a Python framework for building analytical web applications. No JavaScript required.

Build on top of Plotly.js, React, and Flask, Dash ties modern UI elements like dropdowns, sliders, and graphs directly to your analytical python code.
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3 days ago by john_oshea
Colorpicker for data | tristen
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4 days ago by mszyndel
Extensive device support
Mobile friendly Web UI
Unix Agent
Integration support for:

Multiple authentication methods:

Active Directory
graph  monitoring  networking 
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