Does the Order of Scribes Feature Awakened Spellbook also change the damage type of Absorb Elements?

The Order of Scribes from Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything has the "Awakened Spellbook" feature. Part of the feature reads as follows:

When you cast a wizard spell with a spell slot, you can temporarily replace its damage type with a type that appears in another spell in your spellbook, which magically alters the spell’s formula for this casting only. The latter spell must be of the same level as the spell slot you expend.

Can i change the absorbing damage type of the spell "Absorb Elements"?

Absorb Elements is a spell with casting time of Reaction and an asterisk when the Reaction can take place as follows:

which you take when you take acid, cold, fire, lightning, or thunder damage

Can you replace the damage type of the trigger with that feature? That way you could absorb every type of damage with this spell. Absorbing poison, psychic, force or physical damage types.

Create a custom display order in the main menu

I have main menu which displays two types of links: CPT and Subcategory. I create the menu with a custom request: I retrieve the Custom Post Type then the sub-categories of the main category in Alphabetical order :

Category A: - Product a - Product b - sub category a - sub category b ... 

But, my client wants a custom display example:

Category A: sub category a - Product b - Product a - sub category b ... 

I thought about creating a Drag Drop solution … but how to implement it

Shop sends Mail with order cancellation

We currently have a problem with our shop sending cancellations to our customers after they have successfully created and payed an order.

They place an order, pay and everything works fine. The status of the order is correct as well. But after a few minutes our system creates an cancellation document and sends it via mail to our customer.

Anyone an idea whats the problem here?

Thanks a lot in advance. All the best

Can you cast Thunderwave and then Misty Step on the same turn in that order? [duplicate]

Imra the wizard is cornered! Surrounded by multiple foes, she casts Thunderwave in an attempt to push her enemies back. One of them succeeds on the saving throw!

Knowing that moving out of their range might trigger an attack of opportunity, can she cast Misty Step in the same turn?

I’m asking this because the rules under Casting a Spell states that

A spell cast with a Bonus Action is especially swift. You must use a Bonus Action on Your Turn to cast the spell, provided that you haven’t already taken a Bonus Action this turn. You can’t cast another spell during the same turn, except for a cantrip with a Casting Time of 1 action.

Does the order of spells casted matter? The wording makes it seem like you can’t cast a Bonus Action spell and then an Action spell, but you can do it the other way around.

As an Order of the Scribes Wizard, can I cast a Psychic Fireball at Level 7?

According to the Awakened Spellbook feature of the Order of Scribes school of magic presented in Tasha’s:

When you cast a wizard spell with a spell slot, you can temporarily replace its damage type with a type that appears in another spell in your spell book, which magically alters the spells formula for this casting only. The latter spell must be of the same level as the spell slot you expend.

So, if my Wizard is 7th level and has Phantasmal Killer not prepared, but in my spellbook, and I cast Fireball using a 4th level spell slot, I can deliver a 9d6 Fireball that deals psychic damage as many times as I have 4th level spell slots available?

Do Order of the Scribes wizards have reduced spell learning GP costs?

The Player’s Handbook uses the following language to explain how wizards obtain spells:

Copying a Spell into the Book. When you find a wizard spell of 1st level or higher, you can add it to your spellbook if it is of a spell level you can prepare and if you can spare the time to decipher and copy it.

Copying that spell into your spellbook involves reproducing the basic form of the spell, then deciphering the unique system of notation used by the wizard who wrote it. You must practice the spell until you understand the sounds or gestures required, then transcribe it into your spellbook using your own notation.

For each level of the spell, the process takes 2 hours and costs 50 gp. The cost represents material components you expend as you experiment with the spell to master it, as well as the fine inks you need to record it. Once you have spent this time and money, you can prepare the spell just like your other spells.

The "Wizardly Quill" ability in the Unearthed Arcana that first described Order of the Scribes wizards used the following language:

• The quill doesn’t require ink. When you write with it, it produces ink in a color of your choice on the writing surface.

• The gold and time you must spend to copy a spell into your spellbook are halved if you use the quill for the transcription.

In the final release of the class through Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything, the language has changed to the following:

• The quill doesn’t require ink. When you write with it, it produces ink in a color of your choice on the writing surface.

• The time you must spend to copy a spell into your spellbook equals 2 minutes per spell level if you use the quill for the transcription.

There are, it seems, at least two interpretations of how this affects spell learning costs:

  1. Wizardly Quill does not say anything about the GP cost of learning spells, and therefore, the costs remain unchanged.
  2. Wizardly Quill reduces the cost of ink to 0 GP. Spells cost 50 GP/level when learning spells that require costly material components (e.g. Find Familiar). Spells cost 0 GP/level when learning spells whose material components are substituted by an arcane focus (e.g. Feather Fall).

My inclination, based on the Rule of Specificity, is to rule for the first option.

How can I make a best fit curve from a dataset from specific data columns in order to display it with their respective points?

I’ve got the next dataset:

 ArstreYSust = Dataset[{ <|"Velocidad [m/s]" -> 8,   "Fuerza de arrastre \[Theta]=2\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" -> 0.06,   "Fuerza de sustentación \[Theta]=2\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" ->    0.19, "Fuerza de arrastre \[Theta]=14\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" ->    0.14, "Fuerza de sustentación \[Theta]=14\[Degree] SIN FLAP \   [N]" -> 0.38,   "Fuerza de arrastre \[Theta]=20\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" -> 0.21,   "Fuerza de sustentación \[Theta]=20\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" ->    0.4, "Fuerza de arrastre \[Theta]=8\[Degree] CON FLAP [N]" ->    0.24, "Fuerza de sustentación \[Theta]=8\[Degree] CON FLAP [N]" \   -> 0.75|>,   <|"Velocidad [m/s]" -> 10,    "Fuerza de arrastre \[Theta]=2\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" -> 0.08,    "Fuerza de sustentación \[Theta]=2\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" ->    0.31, "Fuerza de arrastre \[Theta]=14\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" ->    0.2, "Fuerza de sustentación \[Theta]=14\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" \   -> 0.5, "Fuerza de arrastre \[Theta]=20\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" -> 0.3,   "Fuerza de sustentación \[Theta]=20\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" ->    0.68, "Fuerza de arrastre \[Theta]=8\[Degree] CON FLAP [N]" ->    0.35, "Fuerza de sustentación \[Theta]=8\[Degree] CON FLAP [N]" \   -> 1.36|>, <|"Velocidad [m/s]" -> 12,   "Fuerza de arrastre \[Theta]=2\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" -> 0.11,   "Fuerza de sustentación \[Theta]=2\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" ->    0.49, "Fuerza de arrastre \[Theta]=14\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" ->    0.28, "Fuerza de sustentación \[Theta]=14\[Degree] SIN FLAP \  [N]" -> 0.79,   "Fuerza de arrastre \[Theta]=20\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" -> 0.46,   "Fuerza de sustentación \[Theta]=20\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" ->    0.86, "Fuerza de arrastre \[Theta]=8\[Degree] CON FLAP [N]" ->    0.44, "Fuerza de sustentación \[Theta]=8\[Degree] CON FLAP [N]" \  -> 1.96|>, <|"Velocidad [m/s]" -> 14,   "Fuerza de arrastre \[Theta]=2\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" -> 0.15,   "Fuerza de sustentación \[Theta]=2\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" ->    0.72,   "Fuerza de arrastre \[Theta]=14\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" -> 0.4,   "Fuerza de sustentación \[Theta]=14\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" ->    1.12, "Fuerza de arrastre \[Theta]=20\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" ->    0.69, "Fuerza de sustentación \[Theta]=20\[Degree] SIN FLAP \  [N]" -> 1.32,   "Fuerza de arrastre \[Theta]=8\[Degree] CON FLAP [N]" -> 0.6,   "Fuerza de sustentación \[Theta]=8\[Degree] CON FLAP [N]" ->    3.17|>, <|"Velocidad [m/s]" -> 16,   "Fuerza de arrastre \[Theta]=2\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" -> 0.18,   "Fuerza de sustentación \[Theta]=2\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" -> 0.8,   "Fuerza de arrastre \[Theta]=14\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" -> 0.45,   "Fuerza de sustentación \[Theta]=14\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" ->    1.29, "Fuerza de arrastre \[Theta]=20\[Degree] SIN FLAP [N]" ->    0.78, "Fuerza de sustentación \[Theta]=20\[Degree] SIN FLAP \  [N]" -> 1.53,   "Fuerza de arrastre \[Theta]=8\[Degree] CON FLAP [N]" -> 0.71,   "Fuerza de sustentación \[Theta]=8\[Degree] CON FLAP [N]" ->    3.48|>}]; 

I’ve had already build my list plot.

BUt I don’t know how to build a fit curve directly from my dataset in order to include it in the show command. I need to do it this way for different columns.

Thanks for reading and for your help.

What are the game playing impacts of allowing players to take turns out of initiative order? [duplicate]

As per a previous question I asked RAW do not allow players to go later in initiative order in 5E as they could in earlier editions of DnD and other roleplaying systems.

What are the potential things to consider if I choose to home brew changes to this behavior as part of my own rules?

The rule I am considering is as follows.

In a players turn they may either hold an action based on a trigger as per RAW or they can choose to delay there entire turn until after another stated players turn. A player may only delay once per round and cannot name a player Or NPC higher in initiative order to wait for. E G a 5 character combat 4 players and NPC roll initiative and are in order players 1 to 4(high to low) with the NPC sitting after player 3

Player 1 can choose to delay their turn and take it after players 2-4, or the NPC, they state they will go after player 3

On player 3 go they may choose to either go after player 4 or now, they cannot decide to go directly after player 1

Player 1 now takes their turn and must have a turn they may not choose to delay again.

Next round the players return to original initiative order.

In order to stick to stack guidelines I am looking for specific examples from players and GMs who have tried this rather then opinions.

Recomendation for material, books in order to learn Machine Learning / Deep learning using Mathematica?

I know that there are plenty of resources web sites and books, MOOC to learn Machine Learning and Deep Learning mostly in Python.

However, I am so curious to know how to learn and code using Mathematica.

Wellcome and thankful for interesting comments about what version it works, libraries, books, tutorials, ebooks, etc for Mathematica users.