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Michael Driscoll

I admit to a love-hate relationship with R. It makes difficult things easy and easy things difficult. Gorgeous visualizations of kernel density plots: no problem. Straightforward means of working with lists: good luck with that.

Inconsistent syntax. Incomplete documentation. Yet R's active community and still better than anything else I’ve come across. Reminds me of what Winston Churchill said about democracy: the worst form of government, except for everything else that has been tried.

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Mathematics is a charming subject! It has attracted numerous heroes spend most of their lives for its energy! Just to unlock it

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