Goren was born in The Bronx, New York City, but grew up in Oreland, Pennsylvania with his friend Brian Sokel, an inspiration for many of his songs. He played in several local bands as a youth. In 1991, Goren joined the punk band Fracture, and he remained with them until 1995. While Goren was still in school, friend and musician Andrew Dick introduced him to music sequencers, and he began writing music with one in his spare time. Later he started performing shows under the moniker Atom & His Package, consisting of himself, a B.C. Rich guitar, and his QY700 music sequencer, although exactly what "the package" consisted of changed throughout the years as Goren cycled through various sequencers and laptops.
In 2003, Goren ended Atom & His Package when his wife Jennifer Schumow-Goren got pregnant and he was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. In April that year he played what was intended to be the final Atom & His Package show in Philadelphia and released a CD/DVD package of the show's recording titled Hair:Debatable [sic] in 2004. He continued making music in punk band Armalite who released a self-titled full-length album in 2004, then took a hiatus from music.
ADAM is a GSEA R package created to group a set of genes from comparative samples (control versus experiment) belonging to different species according to their respective functions (Gene Ontology and KEGG pathways as default) and show their significance by calculating p-values referring togene diversity and activity. Each group of genes is called GFAG (Group of Functionally Associated Genes).
"The package of bills signed today help us take significant steps in supporting expectant families and in closing the racial maternal health gap," said Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services Anne Williams-Isom. "Thank you to our partners in government and to all the service providers that will work with expectant families in New York City."
"Maternal health inequities demand urgent action," said New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) Commissioner Dr. Ashwin Vasan. "These bills will provide more data, more services, and more information to families about what's available. They are forceful responses that we are proud to support." "This package of bills will help NYC Health + Hospitals in its ongoing efforts to provide our patients with high-quality, comprehensive health care before, during, and after pregnancy," said NYC Health + Hospitals Chief Women's Health Officer Wendy Wilcox, MD, MPH, MBA, FACOG. "I want to thank the Mayor Eric Adams and the City Council for making maternal health a priority. NYC Health + Hospitals will continue to work with our legislative partners, community-based organizations, and local and state health officials to ensure Black and Brown women across the city have the resources they need to take charge of their reproductive health." With the implementation of these bills, New York City is strengthening maternal health care, fighting maternal mortality, and raising public awareness around the resources that expecting families have access to in New York City:
"It's exciting and inspiring to see so many elected officials and advocates standing behind the important goal of closing maternal mortality disparities between Black mothers and their white counterparts," said Brooklyn Borough President Antonio Reynoso. "Pregnancy and childbirth should be a beautiful and hopeful experience for everyone. Instead, it's met with nerves and uncertainty for far too many of our neighbors. Thank you, Mayor Adams, for not only making maternal health one of your priorities, but for giving attention to the multifaceted issues that lead to our stark reality through your proposed maternal health bill package. Together, along with all the supporters walking with us, we're sure to make New York City one of the safest places to have a baby during our tenure."
"Today's signing of the council's landmark maternal health package into law by Mayor Adams is a significant victory for those of us who have championed the movement to close the glaring and deadly inequities faced by women and birthing people of color in our city daily," said New York City Councilmember Mercedes Narcisse. "These bills will surely help close the racial disparities in maternal and infant deaths and save precious lives. I look forward to our continued efforts to fight to address all healthcare inequities across the board."
"The ability to protect the health of mothers, birthing people, and babies in childbirth is a basic measure of a society's development, said New York City Councilmember Lynn Schulman, Chair, Health Committee. "This legislative package will enable women to have more bodily autonomy, especially with the unfortunate reversal of Roe v. Wade. Thank you to Mayor Eric Adams and Speaker Adrienne Adams for your leadership in making maternal health a priority."
Nick Adams, a conservative author endorsed by Donald Trump, spoke against Mars, the company that produces M&M's candies. In a video viewed more than 8 million times on Twitter, Adams ranted against the decision and said he was boycotting the company until Mars issued an apology and released an "all-male" package of M&M's.
"I am DONE with M&M's! Not one M&M will pass my lips until Mars issues a formal apology and releases an all-male package of M&M's to demonstrate their commitment to gender equality," Adams tweeted with the video. "These female M&M's are a slap in the face to men everywhere. We MUST band together and boycott!"
The downside of fiscal stimulus is a higher debt-to-GDP ratio and the risk that consumers will hoard any cash given to them instead of spending it. If the latter occurs, the stimulus package could be ineffective.
Stimulus packages are often used in times when the economy risks entering a recession or when a recession is already underway. In this sense, stimulus packages are an example of Keynesian economic policy. The effectiveness of these policies is a subject of ongoing economic and political debate.
Economists disagree as to whether and under what circumstances stimulus packages cause inflation. On the one hand, some argue that stimulus packages are inherently inflationary because they increase the amount of money in circulation without increasing the economy's productive capacity. By this logic, inflation is the inevitable result of more money chasing the same quantity of goods and services. On the other hand, developed economies such as the United States, Canada, and Japan have repeatedly used large-scale stimulus packages in recent years and have, so far, not seen material increases in inflation. It remains to be seen what effect these stimulus packages will have on inflation in the future.
In a symbolic move, shareholders of AMC Theatres voted against the pay packages of company officials, including CEO Adam Aron, the exhibition giant disclosed in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday.
torch.optim is a package implementing various optimization algorithms.Most commonly used methods are already supported, and the interface is generalenough, so that more sophisticated ones can also be easily integrated in thefuture.
RITE Pack: Pairs the non-handed, narrow backset, electrified deadlatch with multiple faceplates in a single package. Includes one electrified deadlatch and four faceplates: 2 flat faceplates, 2 radius faceplates: one each of 628 Clear and one 313 Dark bronze anodized finish.
All these extensions are needed to solve specific real life problems, so we will include examples and case studies later in the book to see how all of this can be used. The adam() function from smooth package for R implements ADAM and supports the following features:
This monograph uses two packages from R, namely greybox, which focuses on forecasting using regression models, and smooth, which implements Single Source of Error (SSOE) state space models for time series analysis and forecasting. The monograph focuses on explaining how ADAM, one of the smooth functions (introduced in v3.0.0) works, also showing how it can be used in practice with examples from R.
An important thing to note is that this monograph does not use tidyverse packages. I like base R, and, to be honest, I am sure that tidyverse packages are great, but I have never needed them in my research. So, I will not use pipeline operators, tibble or tsibble objects and ggplot2. I assume throughout the monograph that you can do all those nice tricks on your own if you want to. 041b061a72