How Can I Make a Bed Canopy?
Yes, that's a 42-minute video, and it takes every bit of it.I would further add to this comment that there really will be two aspects to getting a satisfactory result: cloth simulation, and then texturing. The cloth material will be very gauzy (is that a word?) and translucent.I'd also add that, given that Blender 2.8 removes the original "Blender internal" renderer, replacing it with Cycles and EEVEE, the OP will need to learn about the node-based materials which drive the Cycles render engine. For a glimpse of what I'm talking about, see e.g.:https://www.blenderguru.com/articles/cycles-shader-encyclopediahttps://www.blenderguru.com/tutorials/create-realistic-materials-with-cycleshttps://blenderartists.org/t/yet-another-thread-about-cycles-materials/562346So, there are two challenges ahead of the OP: first, to get a cloth material to lie correctly, then to make it look like it does in the reference photographâ¢ Related QuestionsWhat time is used on board a cruise ship?Ive been to a few cruises and they all have their local time (the ship time). It usually matches the time at the port of destination, but I can't assure it is this way all the times. All activities inside the ship (including meals) use this ship time. In every cruise i've been just the dinner in one of the restaurants (the most refined one) has a fixed time to start, but the other restaurants have a buffet and you can eat anytime they are open. And there will always be at least 1 open restaurant anytime!In case the time changes, it is widely announced, and there will be a note in the daily newsletter you receive on your cabin every night.One thing to keep in mind is to not use your cell phone as a clock! It may change time when you reach a different port.------Permutation on a set from $1, 2, ldots, 2n$This is IMO 1989 problem 6.https://web.archive.org/web/20130728125728/http://www.cs.cornell.edu/asdas/imo/imo/isoln/isoln896.html Note that the "this is an alternating sequence of monotonically decreasing terms" argument requires a rather subtle re-interpretation of the sum. But alternatively, the conclusion $left|Aright| geq sum_k left|A_kright| - sum_kNot all of the solutions above are correct, but some are. Note that the third link is to the official solution, which is somewhat more complicated than the solutions we have nowadays, but probably the most natural approach to the question------Fast filtering of intervals not falling within a certain distance from known genesHere's a way to use BEDOPS, which was designed to work fast by using sorted input. Other tools now use sorting to accomplish similar performance benefits.We first --merge genes to simplify dealing with overlapping genes and further speed downstream filtering.The file intervals.filtered.bed will contain intervals from intervals.bed which lie outside of a 1kb-window around merged gene space. To run all of this as a one-liner (assuming use of the bash shell):This creates the same output result, but avoids creation of intermediate files and so should run even faster.Note: BEDOPS is agnostic about chromosome sizes this toolkit works with any genome assembly. However, using --range takes care of ranges that would have a negative start position, setting their start coordinates to 0. Bounds aren't really relevant here, in any case, because the bedops --not-element-of step queries input intervals, which should already be within chromosome bounds, unless they were generated incorrectly.------Does linguistics have a concept of set phrase with a meaning differing from idiom?Istvan Kecskes uses the term "situation-bound utterance" (SBU) to identify "highly conventionalized, prefabricated pragmatic units whose occurrences are tied to standardizedcommunicative situations". Kecskes (following a line of thought in linguistic pragmatics led by Coulmas, 1981) notes that "set phrases" (that is, prefabricated pragmatic units) can be classified on a continuum from least obligatory in a given situation to most obligatory, i.e., an SBU. An example of an SBU is the set phrase "all aboard!" that is tied to the situation of boarding a train. SBUs differ from idioms for their situational obligatoriness and also for their semantic transparency. To differentiate between an idiom and an SBU, take "he has kicked the bucket" vs. "he has gone on". The idiom is not semantically transparent (it doesn't mean what its words say).This is all to say that there are many kinds of "set phrases" in language, and linguists set out to identify them and give them precise terminology.------Can I play my music on the iOS Music app with a sleep timer?I can't tell you what app you were using on your iPhone 4, but I can tell you how you can still play music on your new iPhone using a sleep timer. To do what you want, follow this process:Now you can use the Music app (and most 3rd party music apps as well) to listen to your music and your iPhone will stop playing it 30 minutes later.EDITSo, the reason for your confusion (understandably so in my opinion), is that Apples implementation of this is OS wide, not as a specific function of the Music app. The advantage of this is you can use the feature with 3rd party apps like Spotify, but IMHO it would have also been good to have the option within the Music app itself. If you feel that way too, you can submit feedback to Apple------Lifting from hg38 to hg37BED format can refer to the ".txt" file format that stores chromosomes and positions of genomic features as well as some other things like name. bed format can also refer to the plink format, which belongs to bed, bim, fam trio. The plink bed format stores all the genetic variants, but the program needs to refer to bim file for their positions.Genome liftover obviously only needs the coordination of each SNPs, and it does not need individual genotypes at all. In fact, the bed format in PLINK does not provide any useful information. Knowing this means that providing the plink bed file is wrong. And this is pretty clear from the error message.Moreover, since the three plink file always needs to be used together, most programs refer to them as plink file format. So whenever people say BED format, it is the txt file format.------Fixing a large (1/8"-wide) crack in a wood exterior door panelIf the repair is holding, leave it alone. You yourself did not know of its existence until you uncovered it. Isn't that evidence that it was doing its job?If you really want to try to repair it in place, and it's a big gap, you could try a bondo repair kit (as in auto-body bondo). You will be making a fiberglass patch over the cracked area and sanding it to blend with the panel and painting over it. I would try the Bondo Wood Filler or there's a Minwax High-Performance Filler that is similar. The key is that they are two-part systems based on polyester resin (like in fiberglass) so they don't shrink when they cure. The "wood" specialized versions of filler have stuff in them to make them more sandable than the auto-body bondo.Epoxy-based products would also work similarly, and there are a bunch of those out there too------Automatic bed leveling probes outside of bed despite NOZZLE_TO_PROBE_OFFSET duplicateThe problem is that, although you have set the offsets correctly, the boundary limits for the probe to "probe the area" have not been adjusted. It is my belief that this is a flaw in ABL of Marlin 2.0.x. If the user has set the probe offsets, the firmware already knows that the probe area is limited!This answer on question "How to set Z-probe boundary limits in firmware when using automatic bed leveling?" describes in detail what the boundaries of the probe are for Marlin firmware 1.1.x and 2.0.x.Basically, you need to set the boundaries of the probe using some extra definitions in your Configuration_adv.h file:When including the MIN_PROBE_EDGE this means that the area is defined as:(Since the offsets are negative in your probe setup, we need to subtract the values in order to add up the absolute value to the edge...)------Sample size to detect exponential distributionThere is a special test of goodness of fit that is designed to have power to detect departures from the exponential. It is called Lillefors test for exponentiality. You should be able to find it through Google. It could be that what you have is not a simple Poisson process but two or more Poisson processes acting over certain time periods but changing over time. Models that might fit your data go by names such as inhomogeneous Poisson process and compound Poisson process. If you Google Lillefors test you will find two goodness of fit tests that go by his name. One is a modification of the Kolmogorov -Smirnov test that takes account for estimating the mean and variance for the normal cdf and the other is designed to reject an exponential distribution. The second one is the one I am recommending------How to keep a 21-month-old safe, who has learned how to climb out of his crib when angry?I have been doing some reading up on tantrums recently as my LO is a similar age and started to have them too. I found this link quite helpful - http://www.babycenter.com/0_tantrums_11569.bc as it helps you to see things from their point of view as well. Regarding timeouts it suggests to make the timeout last for Personally I have started trying to take on some of the advice and now when my daughter has a tantrum, I try to explain to her my reasons for not letting her have chocolate (for example) calmly and name the feelings she's having "I know you are angry because of xyz" and sit with her until she's calmed down. As there's three of you maybe you could take it in turns to stay with you grandson while he is having a full blown tantrum------Proving a relation on Z(Z-0) is an equivalence relationSince multiplication is commutative in $Bbb Z,$ then $abba.$ Hence, as you noted, the relation is reflexive.To prove symmetry, start by supposing that $(a,b)sim(c,d),$ meaning that $a,b,c,d$ are integers with $b,dne0,$ and $adbc.$ You must then prove that $(c,d)sim(a,b),$ which you will do by showing that $cbda.$To prove transitivity, start by assuming that $(a,b)sim(c,d)$ and $(c,d)sim(x,y).$ This means that $a,b,c,d,x,y$ are integers with $b,d,yneq0,$ such that $adbc$ and $cydx.$ You must use these assumptions to prove that $(a,b)sim(x,y),$ which you will do by proving that $aybx.$Added: As a side note, your second paragraph--the one about $(a,a)sim(b,b)$--isn't in any way pertinent to the proof.------Computer only boots when CMOS set to ClearThis screams corrupted BIOS to me...I would look at booting it with the bios set to clear and flashing or returning as DOA edit: flashing up to current bios might do something for you...another option I hadn't thought of is making sure your power and clock settings are appropriate in the bios. not having appropriate values there can give you some really weird problems ram sometimes fails when underclocked...not all the time, but sometimes. i would look in to properly matching components before i started getting overly concerned about DOA. there is voltage tuning that can happen also, but that's way outside of basic help...just so you know, reports indicate that the processor you are using overclocks okay up to 4.4GHz with the right voltage settings. biostar.com.tw/app/en/mb/introduction.php?S_ID478 indicates that 1600 is only supported overclocked. get it working stock with supported components