photoshop – How do I use a high frequency pass filter to select only certain functions?

Suppose I have a picture with an irregularly repeating pattern on which different parts "stick out" at different scales. The diffuse grainy texture in the back and the larger spots in the background. I want to be able to make a selection with varying degrees of detail to color different scales differently.

I know that the high frequency pass filter can capture this kind of pattern, but how can I make a selection from that?

example

wikidata – How do I do `FILTER (x IN (…))` in SPARQL?

I am trying to load all partial taxes of Biota / Q2382433 (ie Entities with P271 "Parent Taxon" pointing to Q2382433) into Wikidata.

The following query works fine:

SELECT ?item ?itemLabel
(GROUP_CONCAT(DISTINCT ?class; SEPARATOR=", ") AS ?classes)
WHERE {
    ?class wdt:P171 ?item.
    SERVICE wikibase:label { bd:serviceParam wikibase:language "en". }
    BIND(wd:Q2382443 AS ?item)
}
GROUP BY ?item ?itemLabel

With FILTER instead of BIND, it gives no results:

SELECT ?item ?itemLabel
(GROUP_CONCAT(DISTINCT ?class; SEPARATOR=", ") AS ?classes)
WHERE {
    ?class wdt:P171 ?item.
    SERVICE wikibase:label { bd:serviceParam wikibase:language "en". }
    FILTER(?item in (wd:Q2382443))
}
GROUP BY ?item ?itemLabel

How can I make the query work? FILTER?

SEO – Google Search Console Error – Product pages with a product filter

OVERVIEW: I am using a product filter on my WORDPRESS website so that a user can search by brand / model / year / gear / drive / weight / etc.
(This is not a question for a plug-in developer, this is a Google bug / SEO question.)

I use a third-party website to enter product details such as gear, brand, model, and so on. Then this vehicle / product will be displayed on my website. Any changes to a vehicle / product will be made through a third-party website, not through my live website.

There are about 300 different products.

All product pages are given the path / products / in the URL, eg. B .: www.mywebsite.com/products/

This is how each product page looks like: www.mywebsite.com/products/2020-chevrolet-400s-2×2 www.mywebsite.com/products/2020-ford-300t-4×4 etc …

PROBLEM: Google Search Console displays multiple product pages as errors. Some come as a "404" error, but the page is live. Other errors such as "Submitted URL has a crawl issue". Again, the page is live.

I can use the Yoast plug-in to prevent the / products / folder from being indexed, but I'm not sure if this is a good idea.

Any suggestions?

Event filter help please

Hi Guys,

I'm new to Google Analytics, but I love it.
I have only one question with custom report (I assume I have to use it)
SEMrush

I have to see the visited pages before a specific event occurs. How is that best? Are these custom reports? I was just trying to use custom reports and did not get any data that was clearly wrong. Any help regarding the metric, dimension and filter to use would be great.

Many thanks,
Tom2121

Usability – Delete selected items when the filter is applied?

I'm trying to justify my approach here.

If multiple items are selected (for bulk actions), what should happen when the user applies a filter?

Should selected items be deleted when a filter is applied?
Do you want to keep the selected items selected? There will be cases where the filter results in none of the selected items being available (all filtered out) and cases where some selected items are still available and cases where some of the selected items are still available, however many, many pages deep (and not visible) due to the elements that were added when the filter was applied.

In my opinion, the complexity of selecting the elements is too great to communicate effectively. When a filter is applied, all selected elements are reset. The user must then make a new selection based on the new set of displayed items.

Thoughts? Pictures below.

Selection made

Selection made

Option 1 – Stay selected

Filter applied

Option 2 – Reset

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Create a Gmail filter to delete all emails sent to this Gmail address

I need to write a Gmail filter that will delete all emails coming in to Gmail in my Gmail Inbox. I must make an exception for answers that come from accepting or declining a calendar invitation.

This is what I have so far (I am using an example Gmail address and domain, therefore the use of .invalid):

Matches: {to:richard.surname@gmail.invalid to:richardsurname@gmail.invalid} -from:google -filename:ics -filename:vcs
Do this: Delete it

Is there a better way to do this?

Further information / justification

I own my own domain (richard.invalid) for which a number of e-mail aliases have been set up. One of them (me@richard.invalid) refers to my gmail address (richard.surname@gmail.invalid). When I reply to an e-mail, I've configured Gmail to send e-mail from me@richard.invalid,

That works great.

However, there are at least 10 people in the world who blindly enter richard.surname@gmail.invalid or richardsurname@gmail.invalid as their own email address, even though they do not actually have access to it. After responding to emails for years and trying to educate those people, I gave up and wanted to delete everything sent to those addresses.

The only problem I have is that Google Calendar always sends invitations from my Gmail address. Therefore, I need to add an exception to my filter to make sure that responses to it are not accidentally deleted. This is not ideal, but I always send invitations to my other half.

Since I own the domain for many years, I never send emails from richard.surname@gmail.invalid Therefore, I do not expect that any legitimate e-mail will ever be sent to you.

I am using the free version of Gmail, not GSuite.

Drupal 7 Context Filter: Content: Nid problem

I'm trying to use the context filter to create a view of my new products: Content: Nid. In content nid I decided to specify the default value and type: fixed value. In the Fixed value field only 27 values ​​are added after no further value has been accepted. Is there a limitation on the value added in this area.
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canon – Why does 5DSR have a low pass filter?

At the simplest level, one can assume that Canon integrates a low pass filter into the EOS 5Ds while offering the EOS 5Ds R as well without¹ a low-pass filter, because they felt that both options on the market were in sufficient demand to generate a rewarding return on additional investment in product development and the additional cost of two models instead of one in production and distribution.

¹ But it is not really without a low pass filter. Rather, it has a low-pass filter that reverses its own effect, as your question accurately reflects.

Just like the Nikon D800E, the EOS 5Ds R actually does have an anti-aliasing low-pass filter with the second layer aligned 180 ° to the first. The alignment at 180 ° instead of the typical 90 ° largely reverses the effect of the first layer. This makes two different versions of the same model much more practical from a production cost point of view:

  • All distances in the filter stack in front of the surface of the sensor can be the same.
  • The resulting filter stack has the same effective "coverslip" thickness for both models. The thickness of the coverslip is important because it sets certain parameters for the lens design, which must be taken into account as the light is refracted as it passes through the filter stack directly in front of the sensor. Remove the coverslip or change the thickness. The same lenses work differently at the same distance between the lens and the sensor.

Roger Cicala, lensrentals.com's founder and chief lens guru, wrote a series of cover glass thickness blogs after he found that using a coverslip for one of his bench-top test methods led to very unexpected results. Here's how a variation in cover glass thickness can affect the performance of the lens.