Keep going sign
Asl – keep going
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The “treatless” click vs. keep going signal
Mornings are more enjoyable when you have a positive quote to wake up to (we promise). In reality, studies have shown that having one of our Keep Going Neon signs in your life makes your days 5000 percent more efficient (may or may not be true).
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Intermediäre brücke und keep going signal
A KGS will help you avoid being frustrated. If they don’t get a click fast enough, some horses will become impatient and give up. They’ll know the click is coming if they hear a keep-going signal.
A keep-going signal can also help you get more clicks per dollar spent. As a result, you press and reward less often. Since the horse isn’t getting as many clicks as he used to, this could make the clicks even more attractive.
Introduce the keep-going signal in a behavior that already has a few seconds of length, so you have plenty of time to do so. Slowly, the time between the keep-going signal and the click is lengthened:
Do you have a question about clicker training your horse or would like to learn more about a keep-going signal? Please communicate with me by clicking here, and I would be delighted to assist another horse-human partnership to blossom.
I’m attempting to scrape some search results in a systematic manner. As a result, get all pages() returns a list of URLs for every letter of the alphabet. There are thousands of pages on occasion, but that is perfect. Scrape table then scrapes only the table I’m interested in for each page. That also works well. I can run the whole thing and it works great, but when I work in Scraperwiki and leave it running, it always gives me a “list index out of range” mistake. This is undoubtedly a problem with scraperwiki, but I’d like to find a way to isolate the issue by adding some try/except clauses and logging errors when they occur. I haven’t been able to figure out how to log errors in a generic way, though. Furthermore, the above seems clumsy, and in my experience, when something appears clumsy, Python has a better way of doing it. Is there an easier way to do things?
The important aspect is that __exit__ will return ‘True,’ which means that the exception is ignored and the program continues. Since a KeyboardInterrupt (control-C), SystemExit, or other non-standard exception might be raised, and you really do want the program to end, the code needs to be a little more cautious.