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Alan Joyce
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Unfortunately, indices are still not completely resolved — they require a number of additional agreements that we are in the process of trying to secure.
We've had a few other WDR additions in the past week or so — not all directly related to COVID-19, but possibly of use for historical or other kinds of context: -...
Coincidentally, I just took a stab at putting this into a data repository item: https://datarepository.wolframcloud.com/resources/COVID-19-Hospital-Resource-Use-Projections DateListPlot[ ResourceData["COVID-19 Hospital Resource Use...
All the "Volume" issues should be ironed out now (since at least the beginning of this week). If you're still having issues, please file a feedback. InteractiveTradingChart[{"GOOGL", {{2009, 1, 1}, {2009, 12, 31}}}] ![enter image...
Joe: we recently switched FinancialData[] to use the same data sources as Wolfram|Alpha, and we're still working through some bugs related to that switchover. For cases where a particular equity isn't recognized by symbol alone right now, you may...
You're right — we're working to get an update to FinancialData pushed out as soon as possible that will restore those basic calls and others that are currently failing.
Every time I see another article pop up wherein somebody trains a neural net to generate names of something, I feel obligated to go back and run the same training sets through my dead-simple setup to do the same thing in the Wolfram Language. This...
It's hard to tell exactly what you're doing, since you're copying plain text instead of InputForm, which would be more helpful, but it looks to me like you're a) not using any correct syntax to request a property value and b) somehow also including...
After reading the umpteenth online article describing how someone trained a neural net to make up band names, or write bizarre recipes, or generate Pokemon, I asked whether any of the ML functionality in the Wolfram Language could easily do this sort...
Two more, since I just can't stop tinkering with this data: LinearGradientImage across all individual sweater colors, in order: ImageResize[ LinearGradientImage[ Normal@SortBy[ResourceData["Mister Rogers' Sweater Colors"], ...