Karthik Ram (@_inundata)

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November 16th, 2012

@yoavram @hadleywickham no. The last 1/3 of the book is outdated IMO. Early chapters are still very much applicable.

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@mbeisen I'll keep a lookout. I live right above Cordonices park.

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@gangleton congrats to you and the other fellows. /raises glass.

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@edyong209 No no no. @labroides doesn’t speak for all of us. We’re still up, yo.

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Nerd sad that I cannot run any more simulations on a Fri night because 95% of all cores are in use.

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@yoavram @hadleywickham ggplot2 has undergone lots of changes since then. e.g. opts has been deprecated. + many other changes.

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@datatelling ah. Well, before you leave sf and move away for your new gig, we should grab a drink sometime.

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silentbicycle "At this hour, I'm more interested in a restful IPA than a RESTful API."

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nmatasci Last chance to apply to the this January at @iPlantCollab in Tucson. iplantcollaborative.org/learn/news/201…

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@hadleywickham @github agreed. I think github is missing out on the very large pool of scientists.

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@distribecology @recology_ Good point. MD is easy to teach with no background. knitr requires some fluency.

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@recology_ @distribecology I'd vote 2. Git/version ctr/collaboration as 1. Then literature programming for pubs/other docs as the other.

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@revodavid Perfect! Thanks very much, David!

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@hylopsar neat, thanks! I'll check it out.

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@revodavid Do you know of any citable sources supporting the fact that R is one of the most widely used analysis tools in academia?

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So much fail whale at my end today.

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@labroides stop oncoming traffic, hug sloth tightly, reattach sloth to nearest tree.

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revodavid On average, programs in R are 2x shorter than Python and 4x shorter than C++. Mathematica code is shortest. bit.ly/RZfilt

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@cboettig @omearabrian @rOpenSci @eol awesome! Twitter makes it easy to spot these things early on.

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altmetric Foggy with a risk of mathematics: altmetric.com/blog/interacti… more equations = less citations?

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