is there any builtin system in unity to categorize audio sources and change volume of a category?

I need a centralized setting for audio, like volume changes. so I need to put all audio source components in the scene in different categories. I can make a system for it but maybe there is a standard simple way to do it unity. is there any way to categorize those audio sources and set their volume based on those groups or categories like music,vfx, etc…

python – How to categorize URLs based on the likelihood action by user

I am not sure if we’ve even reached such state of technology but I am keen to find out how to categorize website based on the action the user would take & not what sector the website is.

Example: if you POST to, it categorizes it as:

"confidence": 0.54,
"name": "/Business & Industrial"

just like any other categorization APIs.

But I want the answer to be:

"name": "Shopping"

As that’s what the person would be doing at Does anyone know if such tech exist as an open source or api (my ideal case)? or if someone has built it & would like to share the model with us? if not, how I shall even go about building it?

vlookup – Categorize text in Google Sheets based on matching partial text in the Category index

I’m looking to match, with VLOOKUP, part of the words in a column in the main sheet to an index of keywords/categories where partial words are stored for ease in another sheet.

Here’s an example worksheet:

  1. The Expenses sheet has the data as we receive it, in columns A to C.
  2. In Column D, we’d like to auto-assign a category to these expenses. If we do this with exact text in the column B, for example, BANK VISA PREAUTH PYMT, then it’s easy. The VLOOKUP formula in column D works by getting this precise reference from the ‘Categories’ tab (cell A1 is worded exactly this way). This formula works: =IFERROR(VLOOKUP(B2,Categories!A:B,2,FALSE),"")
  3. The challenge is that our expenses of a similar type won’t always follow the exact text. For example: SEND E-TFR US***ke5 and SEND E-TFR US***xja. As such, we’d like to match just the text SEND E-TFR.

This means the VLOOKUP needs to match partials in the ‘Categories’ tab first column. How does adjust the VLOOKUP formula to achieve this?

PS. My question is quite similar to this one with the vital distinction of wanting to match substrings.
Categorize cells in Google Spreadsheets

online resources – How can I find out which places are most often frequented in a given area, preferably with a way to categorize places (e.g., restaurant or market)?

How can I find out which places are most often frequented in a given area, preferably with a way to categorize places (e.g., restaurant or market)? If country-specific, I’m looking for Thailand.

I first thought of looking at which location has the most reviews/ratings in a given area on Google Maps, but I’m told that using review counts on Google Maps a good approximation for the popularity of a location. What other solutions exist?

The motivations as a traveler to find out which places are most often frequented are well stated in (mirror):

When you travel to a new city, it takes time till you find your new
favorite place or visit what’s best here. You will want to visit the
best places there are, but it is so difficult to find them!

The most reviewed and top rated places are ones that you can trust.
But take everything with a grain of salt.

There are also many hidden gems that are extremely good, but are not
that popular. Also, always keep an eye on worst reviewed places and
tourist traps that you should avoid.

Is there any reason why the Justice Department should not categorize Black Lives Matters as a Domestic Terrorist Group.?

Evidence for your points, please?  I’ll leave the light on for ya.  Good luck scrounging up something…. 

And the reason why the Justice Department cannot declare BLM a “domestic terrorist group” is the same reason Trump can’t do it, either.  There is no law defining “domestic terrorist group” or outlawing the same.

How do I create a function in R to categorize numeric variables that create different categories for different variables?

I want to categorize the variable based on the percentile. I wrote this code, but after categorizing, Q3 is missing from the data set! Q1, Q2 and Q4 are also not classified correctly!

quart_cat <- function(x,y){
     Q1 <- quantile(x(,y), 0.25)
     Q2 <- quantile(x(,y), 0.50)
     Q3 <- quantile(x(,y), 0.75)
     for (i in 1:nrow(x)) {
         if (x(i,y) <= Q1){
         x(i,y) <- paste(colnames(x)(y), sep = '-', "Q1")
         else if (x(i,y) <= Q2){
         x(i,y) <- paste(colnames(x)(y), sep = '-', "Q2")
         else if (x(i,y) <= Q3){
         x(i,y) <- paste(colnames(x)(y), sep = '-', "Q3")
         x(i,y) <- paste(colnames(x)(y), sep = '-', "Q4")

Categorize table columns visually? – User Experience Stack Exchange

In our data table we have three types of columns. Let's call these types A, B and C. There is only one column of type A, maybe 4 to 7 columns of type B and the others are of type C (the least important).

Does anyone have suggestions for the visual communication of these column categories? I've been thinking of using some kind of icon, but it seems to be quite extensive because our table is so full. Many thanks.