Question: I am working on a Machine Learning TimeSeries Prediction Engine and tried to use the SSA Machine Learning Algorithm to make a Sales Prediction. When using this algorithm am encountered with an error that says "ForcastingCatalog does not contain a definition for 'ForcastBySsa' and no accessible extension method accepting". Any idea on how to solve it? I have checked my Nuget Packages and I can verify that I have ML.Net version 1.6.0, why the TimeSeries NameSpace is not included in the ML.Net Package?
Solution: Install the Microsoft.ML.TimeSeries Package from Nuget Package, the TimeSeries Namespace is not included in the overall ML.Net package.
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Question: How do you keep trailing zeros in a decimal number. I want to respect precision in a decimal number of 0.04, but Convert.Decemal("0.04") produces 0.4 in C# Asp.Net 6.
Answer: You can try formatting the using. YourValue.ToString("N2") this respects the value of the Decimal Number and will not remove or roundup the zeros (0) after the decimal place. This is important when you are dealing with Cash in Cents.
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Question: How do you Round Down the number to the nearest decimal point in C#? the number I want to round down is 0.7777777777777777771, when I round use
Math.Round(MyNumber,02) the answer is 0.78. I don't want this answer, I wanted 0.77.
How do you do that with Math.Round() Method?
Answer: See the code below:
decimal myRoundDownValue = Math.Round(MyNumber,2,MidpointRounding.ToNegativeInfinity); //Answer myRoundDownValue will be the actual value rounded to two decimal places.
Using the Math.Round(MyNumber,2,MidpointRounding.ToNegativeInfinity); will round down the value to two decimal places. According to Visual Studio Intellisense, the MidpointRounding.ToNegativeInfinity enum rounds down with the result closest to and no greater than the infinitely precise result.
Question: How do you solve the error that says "BadImageFormatException: An attempt was made to load a program with an incorrect format. (0x8007000B)" in Asp.Net 5 Application?
Answer: This tells you that you are trying to use a 32bit application with a 64bit DLL based. If your application is running in a 32 bit mode, always make sure that all your DLL loaded in the Reference Section in Visual Studio are of version 32bit. If you attempt to consume a 64bit DLL or any libraries made for a 64bit Hosting, this error is thrown.
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