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Return the average

Return the maximum

Return the minimum

Takes one metric or a wildcard seriesList followed by a constant, and raises the datapoint by the power of the constant provided at each point.

Takes two or more series and pows their points. A constant line may be used.

Short Alias: randomWalk()

Returns a random walk starting at 0. This is great for testing when there is no real data in whisper.

This would create a series named “The.time.series” that contains points where x(t) == x(t-1)+random()-0.5, and x(0) == 0. Accepts optional second argument as ‘step’ parameter (default step is 60 sec)

Takes a wildcard seriesList. Distills down a set of inputs into the range of the series

This is an alias for aggregate with aggregation rangeOf .

Short form: reduce()

Takes a list of seriesLists and reduces it to a list of series by means of the reduceFunction.

Reduction is performed by matching the reduceNode in each series against the list of reduceMatchers. Then each series is passed to the reduceFunction as arguments in the order given by reduceMatchers. The reduceFunction should yield a single series.

The resulting list of series are aliased so that they can easily be nested in other functions.

Example : Map/Reduce asPercent(bytes_used,total_bytes) for each server


Assume that metrics in the form below exist:

To get the percentage of disk used for each server:

In other words, we will get back the following metrics:

See also

Removes data above the nth percentile from the series or list of series provided. Values above this percentile are assigned a value of None.

Removes data above the given threshold from the series or list of series provided. Values above this threshold are assigned a value of None.

Removes data below the nth percentile from the series or list of series provided. Values below this percentile are assigned a value of None.

Removes data below the given threshold from the series or list of series provided. Values below this threshold are assigned a value of None.

Removes series that do not have an value lying in the x-percentile of all the values at a moment

Takes one metric or a wildcard seriesList. Out of all metrics passed, draws only the metrics with not empty data

Draws only live servers with not empty data.

xFilesFactor follows the same semantics as in Whisper storage schemas. Setting it to 0 (the default) means that only a single value in the series needs to be non-null for it to be considered non-empty, setting it to 1 means that all values in the series must be non-null. A setting of 0.5 means that at least half the values in the series must be non-null.

Tom Scovel

Professor Emeritus of TESOL, San Francisco State University

Abbreviations and Definitions


PART 1 1. Introduction 2. Biblical Foundation 3. Goals and Models: What We Teach and How We Teach It at the Program Level

PART 2 4. “This Is Who I Am”: Being Transparent about Our Identity as Teachers 5. Going Deep: Questions about What’s Important

Additional Resources A: Resources for Conversation

Additional Resources B: “Dark Side” Lesson 6. “Who Are You and What Matters to You?” Getting Students to Communicate

Additional Resources: What Do You Believe? 7. How We Relate to Each Other: Cultivating Respect

Additional Resources A: Principles from I Beg to Differ

Additional Resources B: Respectful Disagreement 8. Good Teaching: Balance and Excellence

Additional Resources: Three Lessons That Illustrate Balance 9. Good Teaching: Critical Thinking

Additional Resources: Two Lessons That Encourage Critical Thinking 10. Power Dynamics: Appropriate Teacher-Student Relationships 11. Outside the Classroom

Additional Resources: Four Examples of Real CETs Having an Impact Outside of Class 12. Spiritual Reality: Nurturing Our Spiritual Lives and Praying for Students

PART 3 More Teaching Ideas 1. “Love One Another” (Song) Lesson Plan 2. “Love Remains” (Song) Lesson Plan 3. Kindness (Video) Lesson Plan 4. Julia Alvarez’s “Snow” (Short Story) Lesson Plan 5. Teaching Ideas for Poetry: Edwin A. Robinson’s “Richard Cory” 6. Teaching Ideas for Sayings, Proverbs, or Quotations 7. Published Textbooks: Adding More



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Speaking Frankly of Mobilization

by: Jay Matenga (Author) , Malcolm Gold (Author)

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Never before has the phenomenon of mission mobilization been so broadly researched. In a vein similar to and , the World Evangelical Alliance Mission Commission commissioned a research team to investigate what motivates people into mission service from around the globe. Mobilization practitioners recorded, translated and transcribed hundreds of hours of interview dialogue that explored reasons for mission involvement from Eastern Europe, Western Europe, North and South America, Oceania, East Asia, South Asia and East Africa. The data was subsequently analyzed to draw out common themes, and presents the results of this research. This book is the first definitive exploration of the recent history, ministries and methods of mission mobilization. The evangelical missions community is expending much energy and resource trying to raise up workers for the Lord’s harvest, but is it helping? Are the means, models, methods, and mechanisms being applied to this end effective? What does influence people to greater involvement in mission—whatever they understand mission to be? Furthermore, what hinders it? In addressing these questions, allows the interviewed respondents to speak for themselves, in an open and frank manner. Some results confirm common beliefs, but others may surprise you.

This research and reflection is a milestone in mission history and anyone keen to be involved or alreadyinvolved in the ministry of mobilization must study this book.

Self-Publishing 3.0

My most recent book, “Choose Yourself!” sold 53,000 copies since it’s release on June 3 [update 2016– over 500,000 copies], hit the Wall Street Journal Bestseller list, was No. 1 on Amazon for all non-fiction books for a few days and is still flirting with No. 1 in its various categories.

This post is about what I did differently, why I did it differently, and how I think anyone can do this to self-publish a bestseller. I describe all the numbers, who I hired and why, and how I made the various choices I did.

I strongly believe everyone reading this blog has the content inside of them to write a book. If you want to stand out in a world of content, you need to underline your expertise. Publishing a book is not just putting your thoughts on a blog post. It’s an event. It shows your best curated thoughts and it shows customers, clients, investors, friends and lovers what the most important things on your mind are right now.

Unfortunately, most people suck at it. I’ve largely sucked at it. I’ve published 11 books — five with traditional publishers and six that are self-published.

I’ve written before about publishing and self-publishing. But mostly it’s been how I lost money on every book I’ve written . This is the first time I can say I’ve published a good selling book and here is what I did.

I Finally Made Money By Self Publishing

Now Here’s How YOU Can Learn the New Rules of Publishing That Make It Easier Than Ever to Write a Book, Get It Published, and Get Paid….(like my friend who is making $40,000 a month on Amazon!) Start With My “Ultimate Checklist Before Self Publishing”

The distinction now is no longer between “traditional publishing” versus “self-publishing.” The distinction now is between professional versus unprofessional publishing. My first 10 books were done unprofessionally. Even the ones with the big publishing houses. They will probably hate me now. I hope not. I really like the people I worked with at these publishers.

I hope that everyone self-publishes. The benefits are enormous:

More money

Unless you are a John Grisham or E L James you will make much more money by professionally self-publishing. It’s not just money on sales but also foreign rights and special packages that you can offer if you control all the rights to your work. Packages that the traditional publishers almost never go for.

Incidentally, both of those authors self-published their first books. EL James, in fact, sold 250,000 copies of “50 Shades” via Createspace/Amazon before publishers even noticed her.

[See, “Why 50 Shades of Grey is Great Literature” ]

Control over design

Traditional publishers usually keep that control.

You will probably speed up your publication date by over a year or more if you self-publish.

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