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Re: RecommenderJob output
Hi Grant,
I wasn't aware of that. Thanks. I'll do that going forward.
-qf

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Subject: Re: RecommenderJob output
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Received: Tuesday, May 11, 2010, 8:10 AM

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On May 11, 2010, at 2:11 AM, First Qaxy wrote:

> Hello,
> When running the RecommenderJob with --booleanData false on this input:101,1001101,1002101,1003101,1004101,1005102,1002102,1003103,1002103,1003103,1004105,1001105,1002105,1003105,1004105,1015106,1002106,1003106,1004106,1020106,1021
> the output that I'm getting has:
> 101    [1015:4.0,1021:3.0,1020:3.0,1005:-Infinity,1004:-Infinity,1003:-Infinity,1001:-Infinity,1002:-Infinity]102    [1004:10.0,1005:8.0,1020:2.0,1021:2.0,1015:2.0,1003:-Infinity,1002:-Infinity]103    [1005:12.0,1021:3.0,1020:3.0,1015:3.0,1004:-Infinity,1002:-Infinity,1003:-Infinity]105    [1005:14.0,1020:3.0,1021:3.0,1015:-Infinity,1004:-Infinity,1003:-Infinity,1001:-Infinity,1002:-Infinity]106    [1005:12.0,1021:4.0,1015:3.0,1004:-Infinity,1002:-Infinity,1003:-Infinity,1020:-Infinity]
> What is the meaning(formula) of the float number? > 101    [1015:4.0 <= what is 4.0 ?
> Thanks, -qf
>

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