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Jesse Friedman
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Glad that worked for you Sebastien! The course you're working on sounds like a really interesting application of RemoteBatchSubmit; I hope you'll consider sharing your results on Community or elsewhere once it comes to fruition. Let me know if you...
This is a cool post Vitaliy! Have you tried the same analysis on President Biden's address (which has recently been added to the Presidential Inaugural Addresses resource)? I used the same data in an example for my ReadabilityScore resource...
Hi John, there shouldn't be any manual action needed between submitting jobs. How long have you tried waiting with a job in the Runnable status? I've observed that the AWS Batch scheduler (on Amazon's side) can be a bit unpredictable in its...
A single batch job (submitted with RemoteBatchSubmit) runs on a single compute instance, so it's limited to the vCPU count of the largest available instance type. For the `c5`, `r5`, and `m5` families, this is currently the `24xlarge`-size instance...
Hi Daniel, it sounds like you got this working by creating a submission environment CloudFormation stack in a different region. For future reference, the region configured in the AWS service connection on your local machine (if you're using...
Regarding the slowdowns you saw with multiple concurrent jobs, it occurred to me that although $ProcessorCount is overridden to reflect the `"VCPUCount"` of each job, the processor counts used for internal multithreaded computation will still...
Great, glad that worked for you. I've updated the template pointed to from the documentation to this new version. Perhaps you'd like to cross-post your M.SE question to Wolfram Community to get more eyes on it.
In a similar vein, with `SequenceReplace`: `SequenceReplace[anylist, {Repeated[v_]} :> v]`
Setting `PerformanceGoal -> "Speed"` disables highlighting (this does not appear to be documented). This effectively sets the hidden option `"HighlightStyle" -> None`, which I suppose you could also use standalone.
I think the reality is actually a bit more subtle than what httpbin shows. The raw HTTP request without `"attachment"` looks like this: POST /anything HTTP/1.1 Host: httpbin.org Accept: */* Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate ...