Pet peeve lately: complicated machine learning tutorials that end up with predictions that aren't a whole lot better than "prediction for timepoint x is equal to the value for timepoint x - 1." I mean... (From kaggle.com/ternaryrealm/lstm-t )

The best thing I've learnt over the past week is that you can get Nvim-R to open help pages in new tabs with let R_nvimpager = 'tabnew'

Even rstudio makes it more complicated to accumulate a bunch of easily-accessible help pages!

The modern installing-packages-in-:rstats: experience is really just hundreds of lines of gcc complaining about auto_ptr

Correlation between wind direction (in degrees) at two nearby weather stations

I gave up and used R for the population pyramid, which turned out to require some very interesting tricks!

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