Where to report a google search that returns loads of spam results [duplicate]

Performed an innocent search: https://www.google.com/search?q=android+delayed+push+notifications&tbs=qdr:d But it almost exlusively returns garbage results.

Where should I report it?

author – Counting instances of words in the results of a post query

I’m way over my head with this one and wonder if anyone can shine a light on where I’m going wrong.

I am grabbing some authormeta for the resulting posts of a query, and I want to tally up the number of times certain authormeta is repeated in those results.

E.g. There are 10 ‘recipe’ posts > The author of each post (different for each one) has a ‘favourite food’ meta item > I want the result to be something like “3 recipe authors have ‘pie’ as their favourite food”.

Here’s what I’ve done so far, which has gotten me close, but I’d need the results of $authorfood to be used in $text but it seems it only works with a plain text statement?

$the_query = new WP_Query( array( 'post_type' => 'recipe', 'posts_per_page' => -1 ) );
 if ( $the_query->have_posts() ) :
  while ( $the_query->have_posts() ) :
   $the_query->the_post();
   $authorfood = get_the_author_meta( 'favourite_food' ); // the result of this is the plain list I want to use later, e.g. "appleappleappleapplebananapiepiepie"
   $text = "Plain text to count frequency of words"; // this needs to be the result of $authorfood above
   $words = str_word_count($text, 1);
   $word_frequencies = array_count_values($words);
   arsort($word_frequencies);
   print_r($word_frequencies);
  endwhile;
 endif;

I’m probably going about this completely the wrong way. Sorry for the stupid question, but I’ve searched and searched and can’t find an answer.

Any ideas how I can tally the number of ‘favourite foods’ of ‘recipe authors’ (it has to be specifically those post authors, rather than all authors on the site, as there are multiple post types)?

statistics – How do these results show that $T(mathbf{X})$ is an unbiased estimator of $E_varphi[T(mathbf{X})]$ that achieves the Cramer-Rao lower bound?

Let’s say that $X_1, dots, X_n$ has the joint distribution $f_varphi(mathbf{x})$ that belongs to the one-parameter exponential family

$$f_varphi(mathbf{x}) = exp{left{ c(varphi) T(mathbf{x}) + d(varphi) + s(mathbf{x}) right}},$$

where $mathbf{x} in text{supp}(f_varphi)$, $text{supp}(f_varphi)$ does not depend on $varphi$, and $c^prime(varphi)$ is continuous and does not vanish.

I am told that the results

$$E_varphi (T(mathbf{X})) = – dfrac{d^prime (varphi)}{c^prime(varphi)}$$

and

$$text{Var}_varphi (T(mathbf{X})) = dfrac{c^ {prime prime}(varphi) d^prime(varphi) – c^prime(varphi)d^{prime prime}(varphi)}{c^prime(varphi)^3}$$

can be used to show that $T(mathbf{X})$ is an unbiased estimator of $E_varphi(T(mathbf{X}))$ that achieves the Cramer-Rao lower bound. However, it is not at all clear to me how this is done. How do the results $E_varphi (T(mathbf{X})) = – dfrac{d^prime (varphi)}{c^prime(varphi)}$ and $text{Var}_varphi (T(mathbf{X})) = dfrac{c^ {prime prime}(varphi) d^prime(varphi) – c^prime(varphi)d^{prime prime}(varphi)}{c^prime(varphi)^3}$ show that $T(mathbf{X})$ is an unbiased estimator of $E_varphi(T(mathbf{X}))$ that achieves the Cramer-Rao lower bound?

google sheets – Results of formulas in same cell

I have a weekly tracking sheet which I’m trying to get the result of 2 averages next to each other in the same cell.

Column B has a number value in each cell for each day of a week
Column G has a number value in each cell for each day of a week
In a cell in column A i want to display the averages of each of the cells from these columns for the last 7 days next to each other with a label.

The formula I have so far in the cell I want to display is:

=AVERAGE(C34:C40) &AVERAGE(G34:G40)

I’ve got it to display the values but all in a continuous string and the first average result has lots of decimal places after even though when it is in a cell by itself it shows as 1 which is correct, I can’t seem to change this?

I also want to add a label to each of the results with the final result in the single cell being:

Weight:result1 Calories:result2 

Hope that makes sense if someone can suggest what I need to tweak to get the right display that would be great

thanks

Microsoft SQL Server: TSQL Formatting of Results Columns

I have a result set of data that has duplicates because certain companies are tied to multiple banks is there a way to combine the values in the BankName column either into a single column.

So the result would be Bendigo Bank, *** Merchant Services on a single row

Or Split them so each row has two bank columns BankName1 with Bendigo Bank As the Value and BankName2 with *** Merchant Services As the value

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plugins – Exclude certain search results based on role

I am currently working on a WordPress website and the website has multiple user roles. The website also has a documentation with multiple topics, but the visible topics depend on the user’s role. I was able to lock pages based on the role, and in case the user tries to access via URL, they will be redirected to the homepage.

The problem is the search results because if user with the role 1 searches for something that is not meant for that role, the search results will still pop up in the suggestions. Is there a possibility to hide a page completely for a certain role, so that even search results can’t find that topic.

I use ivory search, ultimate member and content control plugins

design – Where to store the results of a class internal computation?

WI suspect the real problem here is that there exists a point in time when you know the instance vars but you haven’t yet done the expensive calculation to get the data. Which means if you store the data in the object it now has two states: before and after. Bleh.

I think it’s better to have an object that knows the logic and vars used to make the data but that shoves the data into a new object that it hands to whatever asked for it.

This way there isn’t two states. There’s just an object that makes the data object when asked. Done this way it can immutable. It’s ready to make the data when it exists. And the data object is ready to be used when it exists.

What’s really nice is you don’t have to ask things if they’re ready to be used because if they exist, they’re ready.

If the problem is that you need the data in contexts where you don’t remember if it’s already been created you can make things more efficient by caching the data.

But sometimes the best way to solve a problem is to avoid it. If you need the data then let something inject it into you. Don’t go asking for it.

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email – Outlook v16.47 search results are inconsistent on Big Sur

OS: 11.2.3

Outlook: v16.47

I have an Exchange account set up on Outlook that is showing inconsistent search results. When I search for from:Person1 the data comes back exactly as I would expect with messages sent to me by that person. Even messages from weeks ago. But when I try from:Person2 with more recent results I get no returns at all.

What’s even weirder (IMO) is that when I search for just Person2 I do find the message I would expect to see, plus more as this doesn’t have the from filter on it. But I don’t get why this would come back with results and the from filter wouldn’t. I can’t identify a real pattern for when this happens outside of this seems to be happening for some senders and not others.

I googled around and tried repairing my search with these instructions and these instructions but neither has had any effect.

I have another Mac with the same account loaded on the same version of Outlook that shows the proper behavior. I also loaded this account onto the Mail app and it also is working as expected. So I’m pretty confident the issue is isolated to this Mac and this account but I can’t find any resources for repair and I would think the index has had time to complete since the Mail app was able to start returning the search within a few minutes.

slr – Potential causes to bad quality of this 35mm film results

Taking a while to finish the roll won’t normally cause problems (within reason). I’ve finished rolls in the past year that sat in a camera for literally a dozen years and got acceptable images.

Part of what you see above is certainly a scanning issue — the vertical (as shown) banding is probably due to a power supply ripple in the scanner or its scanning lamp.

The poor shadow detail is due to underexposure, pure and simple, and the green cast is from the scanning process trying to compensate for that. Not really a scanning fault, though it can be reduced by using scanner settings to let the clear film areas go black instead of trying to average the frame to a “normal” exposure.

I’d be very inclined to ask the lab to rescan this roll, and then use a different lab in the future.