like most alumni
uhh.... no? Alumni are free to keep their accounts (including email), and have been for years. If you're from before that time, then you should be able to create an account.
As for the topic at hand, you're right in that you wouldn't have received this particular email, as it was sent out by MessageCenter, which is all-but-disabled once your account has alumni status.
I never created an alumni account since I don't have use for one (and don't want donation requests every 10 minutes nor the password reminders every 60 days), and I suspect a lot of people had the same attitude.
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I'm looking into the possibility of making a mod for the game Civilization 6, one that would create a turn-by-turn network graph (or social network graph?) that would visualize the groupings and quality of the relationships between civilizations.
In the game, these are usually dictated by "diplomacy points". For example, if I were to agree to open up borders with Japan, Japan and I would improve diplomatic relations between each other by, say, 3 points. If I were to get caught spying on them, the total would go down by 9 points.
Needless to say, there are relationships between many civs happening at once, with many factors determining the point totals between them at any given turn. I thought a network graph would be the best way to show which civs are in similar families (i.e. an Axis Powers, or NATO, etc.)
My question, then, is what is the best tool to use to make these sorts of network graphs? I'm hoping to find a way to have the game spit out data, populate an excel sheet, and then have the program create the graph and send it back to the game. Thanks!
New to this sub, but am a general Reddit lurker. I just started my career as a Research and Data Manager at a luxury real estate company. Some of these graphs and whatnot I’ve seen on the sub are absolutely stunning. In an effort to impress my superiors, can anyone provide me some tips or links to programs to help visualize all this data? I don’t know what applications/programs the people on this sub use, but they are incredibly stunning and I would like to take a stab at creating something like that for my company. Thank you for your time.
Personally I do R/ggplot2, but there are others.
Common /r/dataisbeautiful tools used:
As always, see if you can browse some of your favorite OC to see if there is a common thread among visuals that you like. All OC threads must state the tool they used (and OC-Bot will likely have a sticky to it), so if there's a lot of viz you like that's made with (say) Tableau or R, then that software is probably the right one for you.
I appreciate any critiques or feedback. Thank you in advance!
Reference: The data set forth at http://www.dartmouthatlas.org/tools/downloads.aspx of publication/press release was obtained from The Dartmouth Atlas, which is funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Dartmouth Clinical and Translational Science Institute, under award number UL1TR001086 from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Not a direct answer to your question, but keep in mind that some credit cards (if you bought the ticket with a card) have conditions that include travel reimbursement as well. If the situation is such that you have issues with traveling through AMTRAK, you might want to check which one is the better deal.
Check your terms.
This sounds less like a debt issue and more of a budgeting issue.
I already have established good credit, and I am looking to increase even more. Basic outline for you:
I am signed up for mint, but it's been somewhat overwhelming. Any tips to make it easier?
What would be nice is a video tutorial but I don't think they have any official
I personally have a basic setup where I only use Transactions, Budgets, and Goals. Best advice I can offer is to spend 5 minutes a day playing with it, and 5 minutes a day making sure your transactions are categorized correctly.
On the other hand of things, ignore their "advice" and "ways to save" since most of them are ads, but that's what you get for free software.
Best way to go is to shop around. LPT: You generally have a few weeks to shop around for a large (aka auto) loan and have it count as only one hard inquiry on your credit report.
So see what the best deal you can find is. Ally, BOA, WF, Chase, Discover, Lending Tree, local credit union... most banks will have an auto finance division. Get quotes from everyone and only take the best deal. Competition is your friend.
You will, however, need to cover the gap in your loan to car value... personal loans are OK for that gap, but they're usually a higher interest. Also covering one form of debt with another is not the best idea.