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Andrew Gelman

Interesting. I grew up in Maryland and always assumed that anything done at Johns Hopkins was good. I also am generally impressed by anything with the word "physics" in it. To hear that the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory is full of hacks . . . that just blows my mind. And not in a good way.


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Another quality that you must also check is the extensiveness of their database.

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