200k GAMING.txt ((BETTER))
So far we have described only positive features, but there are a few disadvantages. One drawback is the game version because Bedless Noob 200k Pack is only available for 1.8. This is a problem because some servers only support the latest version. This can result in buggy textures in rare cases. In addition, the pack is not 100% complete, which is why you will see sometimes unchanged blocks in the landscape.
You can install the Bedless Noob 200k texture pack for Java and MCPE. Make sure you click on the correct download link to avoid any problems. This tutorial is for PC, but if you play Minecraft PE or Bedrock you should read our tutorials for Android or iPhone/iPad.
i've been having trouble all day with SWTOR been getting lag spikes, of over 200k, had to restart the game as it wouldn't DC me but just keep counting up. then sometimes when i restart the game it just freezes on the load screen.
So I got a bit annoyed with all the bad math I was seeing when I was trying to read on how to manage mana curve, but especially with fetch lands so I wrote a little app that will actually play out 200k games with any combination of Spells \ Fetches \ Basic lands and show you the average mana \ draw stats turn by turn.
Here's some of the milestones based on 200k games simulated. I was debating making the tool public as well and\or could add more features if there's any interest. Easy way to see how mana curve will play out given deck distribution (I was gunna add a color breakdown too at some point)
PubMed 200k RCT is new dataset based on PubMed for sequential sentence classification. The dataset consists of approximately 200,000 abstracts of randomized controlled trials, totaling 2.3 million sentences. Each sentence of each abstract is labeled with their role in the abstract using one of the following classes: background, objective, method, result, or conclusion. The purpose of releasing this dataset is twofold. First, the majority of datasets for sequential short-text classification (i.e., classification of short texts that appear in sequences) are small: the authors hope that releasing a new large dataset will help develop more accurate algorithms for this task. Second, from an application perspective, researchers need better tools to efficiently skim through the literature. Automatically classifying each sentence in an abstract would help researchers read abstracts more efficiently, especially in fields where abstracts may be long, such as the medical field. 041b061a72