This is a great script. However it is extremely slow when trying to multiple records to the accessDB. Is there a way to do insert into for multiple records?
Pref.MultipleQuery = true; is not working!
sql = 'INSERT INTO xport (ACCNT,Name) VALUES ("Pers","02")
INSERT INTO xport (ACCNT,Name) VALUES ("Cars","1008") ';
??? Invoke Error, Dispatch Exception:
Source: Microsoft JET Database Engine
Description: Missing semicolon (;) at end of SQL statement.
Error in ==> adodb_query at 54
ado_recordset = ado_connection.Execute(sql);
Would it be possible to add the GUI such that users can simply drag/adjust the fitted line in the way they want. The scripts then return the functional form and coefficients of the adjusted line. Maybe as an additional script or something.
Leonid - Yes, in the past I have had a few problems with errors in variables, easily enough solvable when the problem is purely linear. It gets a bit nasty when you have splines though. Sorry, but it is not something that SLM can solve. John
Thank you very much for putting together and sharing Shape Language Modeling !
I hope you could answer one question for me. When you fit a spline into a given data (or part of it) using MLS penalty
the data is divided by X coordinate and penalty is calculated in Y coordinate.
But for many datasets, X and Y are symmetric and what I'd see as a natural penalty in these cases would be
the Minimal Least Squares of a distance from each point to the curve/spline, calculated as length of orthogonal projection of a point onto that curve. Is there a way to use slmengine to find optimal fit this way ?