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Avoid the yes/no pattern: One bad habit I sometimes slide into is having lots of Anki questions with yes/no answers. For instance, here's a not-very-good question I added when learning about graphical models in machine learning:

Is computing the partition function intractable for most graphical models?
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Augmenting Long-term Memory
mentation. Part of the problem is that I don't have a very good system for note taking, period! If I worked more on that, I suspect the whole thing would get a lot better. Still, it works okay. <span>Avoid the yes/no pattern: One bad habit I sometimes slide into is having lots of Anki questions with yes/no answers. For instance, here's a not-very-good question I added when learning about graphical models in machine learning: Is computing the partition function intractable for most graphical models? The answer is “yes”. That's fine, as far as it goes. But it'd help my understanding to elaborate the ideas in the question. Can I add a question about for which graphical models the par




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I initially became intrigued by Anki in part due to the writing of Gwern Branwen, Sasha Laundy, and Derek Sivers.
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t from cognitive science. But it will fundamentally be a design science, oriented toward bold, imaginative design, and building systems from prototype to large-scale deployment. Acknowledgments <span>I initially became intrigued by Anki in part due to the writing of Gwern Branwen, Sasha Laundy, and Derek Sivers. Thanks to Andy Matuschak, Kevin Simler, Mason Hartman, and Robert Ochshorn for many stimulating conversations about this essay. I'm particularly grateful to Andy Matuschak for many thou




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Important facts about management groups

  • 10,000 management groups can be supported in a single directory.
  • A management group tree can support up to six levels of depth. This limit doesn't include the root level or the subscription level.
  • Each management group and subscription can support only one parent.
  • Each management group can have many children.
  • All subscriptions and management groups are within a single hierarchy in each directory.

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erit that access to all the subscriptions. One assignment on the management group can enable users to have access to everything they need instead of scripting RBAC over different subscriptions. <span>Important facts about management groups 10,000 management groups can be supported in a single directory. A management group tree can support up to six levels of depth. This limit doesn't include the root level or the subscription level. Each management group and subscription can support only one parent. Each management group can have many children. All subscriptions and management groups are within a single hierarchy in each directory. Continue Need help? See our troubleshooting guide or provide specific feedback by reporting an issue. Theme Light Dark High contrast Previous Version Docs Blog Contribute Privacy &