Training Scrapebox

I have a question about how to train scrapebox to know what fields to fill out in a contact form.

I was researching another tool and liked how they fill out contact forms, but would rather use scrapebox.

That tool returns an error report showing all the fields it could not fill out.  Then there’s a wizard that lets me drag the missed fields to one of the existing fields.  For example, if it missed namexyz because it didn’t recognize the field name, I can drag that field to the name preset field so next time it comes across that field name, the script knows what to do.

Is this type of configuration possible with Scrapebox?

Thank you for your time.

In standard 5e, does elf weapon training do anything useful at character creation?

Working just with the basic game (read: PHB, no expansions), I was trying to outfit an elven cleric, but the starting equipment only includes simple weapons (or war hammer, which is only useful for dwarves). Do I really have to start with suboptimal simple weapons and upgrade to a longsword or longbow (replacing mace/crossbow, respectively) as funds become available?

This seems to be a broader problem than just the one I see here, because every class that allows you to equip martial weapons at the start also grants martial weapon abilities — making the elf weapon training redundant. Did I miss some special rule that allows you to treat "race-specific weapons" as simple weapons for initial character creation? I’d even be happy if shortsword was "simple", but it isn’t — and playing an elf who favors dwarf weapons seems kind of silly.

Should I be skeptical of Wall Street Journal offering Cybersecurity training?

I’ve been getting advertisements from the Wall Street Journal Pro Cybersecurity.

I find this whole situation very bizarre, as I only know them as a business-focused newspaper. It seems they are releasing not only Cybersecurity news, but also Cybersecurity training?

Our news, commentary and training is designed to give senior executives the non-technical news and analysis they need

Apparently their training is:

Designed to help executives ensure that their businesses respond to cyber-attacks in a decisive and coordinated way, these tabletop exercises will allow you to identify gaps in your response plans and navigate challenges arising from security compromises.

Training packs are available for the following scenarios:

  • Leaking Documents
  • Ransomware
  • Historic Attacks
  • Denial of Service

I must admit, the website does have a very “premium” look and color to it.

But my question is; is it common for news outlets to offer cybersecurity training? Is there any benefit choosing WSJ over a normal cybersecurity firm? (Is this a late April fools joke?)

How do you calculate the training error and validation error of a linear regression model?

I have a linear regression model that I’ve implemented using Gradient Descent and my cost function is a Mean Squared Error function. I’ve split my full dataset into three datasets, a training set, a validation set, and a testing set. I am not sure how to calculate the training error and validation error (and the difference between the two).

Is the training error the Residual Sum of Squares error calculated using the training dataset? Is the validation error the Residual Sum of Squares error calculated using the validation dataset? What is the test set for exactly (I’ve learned the model using the training set, from the textbooks I’ve read I think this is the set to use to learn the model)?

Any help in clearing up these points is much appreciated.

training SimpLE model for link prediction on knowledge graph

Referring to this paper by Prof Kazemi, Prof Poole on SimpLE model for link prediction on knowledge graph.

In page 3, the paragraph on learning SimpLE Models, I understand that we have a batch of positive triples from the knowledge graph, where for each positive triple in the batch, we generate $ n$ negative triple by corrupting it. So does that mean the batch size just increased by a factor of $ n$ and there are only negative examples in the batch?

I think I understand the optimization function but I don’t understand how we generated the labeled batch. Clarification would help!

Weights vs Training ML

The weights of Machine Learning models are learned during the training process. Why is said that the higher values of weights leads to the overfitting of the model? Why is it necessary to have low value of weights for good machine learning models?

Training with GPU and tuning parameters with ParallelTable

We intend to train a neural network. It has a hyperparameter, such as the learning rate. We want to compare the training results of different hyperparameters. Our computer has two multi-core CPUs and an NVIDA GPU. We want to train with GPU and adjust parameters with ParallelTable. The results show that the utilization of GPU and CPU is very low, which is no different from using Table. May I ask: Is it possible to improve the utilization of GPU and speed up the parameter adjustment? The code is illustrated as follows:

net=NetChain[{LinearLayer[], LogisticSigmoid}]; data = {1 -> False, 2 -> False, 3 -> True, 4 -> True};  AbsoluteTiming[  ParallelTable[NetTrain[net, data, All, MaxTrainingRounds -> 1000,    TrainingProgressReporting -> None, TargetDevice -> "GPU",     LearningRate -> c], {c, 0.1, 0.2, 0.1/200}];] 

What weapon training is required to fire ship weapons?

When fighting against other ships, you must make a Ballistic Skill test to shoot your ship’s weapons. Do these weapons require any sort of training? None of the “Weapon training skills” mention anything about Starship weapons, and those weapons don’t fall under any category.

One of the examples in the combat section says,

The Sabre has closed in on an enemy raider, and is preparing to fire. The Sabre’s gunner directs the fire of the ship’s macrobattery and lance against the raider. The gunner’s Ballistic Skill is 48, and the ship is at Close Range, giving a further +10. He fires the Sabre’s macrobattery first, and rolls a 29. He has hit successfully with two degrees of success, meaning a total of three hits. The raider’s void shields absorb the first hit, but the other two strike home. The gunner rolls 2d10, and gets a 16, beating the raider’s Armour value of 15 by one. The raider then takes one point of damage to its Hull Integrity. The gunner then fires the lance, making a Ballistic Skill test against the total of 58. He rolls an 11. Not only is this a hit, but it also four degrees of success, enough to meet the lance’s Crit Rating. A mighty blow! The unfortunate raider’s void shields are already down from the macrobattery, and the lance strikes home unimpeded. The gunner rolls 1d10+4 (the lance’s Damage) and gets a 9. Because the raider’s armour is ignored due to the nature of lance weapons, the raider will take 9 points of damage to its Hull Integrity. If that wasn’t bad enough, the gunner rolls 1d5 for the Critical Hit and gets a 5, lighting the poor raider on fire!

This can either mean that you may use your raw Ballistic Skill, without needing additional skills or talents, or that the player in this example does have this skill or talent, and therefore uses his Ballistic Skill without penalties.

To me it would be very weird that if someone has good aim, that makes him a good ship weapon user, since they are very different actions ingame (if some random mercenary sniper that has never stepped on a starship is good at firing his rifle, that means he can direct a starship crew to shoot salvos of massive broadside weapons?)

Advance Weapon Training (Weapon Master + Brawler + Item Mastery combo) question

For the people that doesnt know the combo heres the link to Cartmanbeck’s Guide, all credits to him. ( The scenario is this: the weapon master archetype gains weapon training at lvl 3, and he has this benefit:

Special: Fighters that have the weapon master archetype can select this feat beginning at 4th level. The benefits of a weapon master’s advanced weapon training options apply only to his selected weapon rather than all weapons in the same fighter weapon group, and he can’t select the weapon specialist advanced weapon training option. A weapon master can select this feat as a bonus feat; if he does so, it doesn’t count for the purpose of the requirement that it can be taken at most once per 5 fighter levels.

in lvl 4 he picks the Advanced Weapon Training as a bonus feat, and at lvl 5 take a dip into brawler and gain Martial Flexibility.

The question is if with Martial Flex. one can take again an advanced weapon training feat ignoring the clause of the 5 lvls, despite the fact that it doesnt gains it from the fighter bonus feat as this implies

[…] A weapon master can select this feat as a bonus feat; if he does so, it doesn’t count for the purpose of the requirement that it can be taken at most once per 5 fighter levels.

A player of mine is using this and im inclined to, if proves illegal, let him play it anyways. But I need to know if it is indeed legal. Thanks in advance!

Is it valid to administer a SUS questionnaire after a system training session?

We would like to do some tests to determine usability and learnability of a new system we have produced. We have a very short time period, so right now we are only looking at something quick and high-level.

We will be have a few training sessions with new users. In these training sessions they will be taught how to use the new software. (It is a very complex system requiring specific knowledge, and it’s unlikely users would become adept through just the training sessions). They are required to do the training session, so I cannot really test on users who haven’t done the training.

I am thinking about administering a SUS questionnaire at the end of the training sessions. Would this still produce valid results? My understanding is that it’s generally used after usability tests with structured tasks (and not after being trained in the system).