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    Inicio > Historias > Note to self

    Note to self

    Always keep the datasets and scripts that generate graphs for a paper closer to its sources.

    2009-03-25 10:56 | 4 Comment(s) | Filed in Just_A_Scientist

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    De: ismael Fecha: 2009-03-25 11:32


    De: Anónima Fecha: 2009-03-25 11:50

    ¿Is it a theoretial conclusion or based in (a bad) experience?

    If it's the second, I hope they'll appear.

    De: JJ Fecha: 2009-03-25 12:19

    Half and half. The problem is that I have copies of code and paper sources in many places and in CVS servers; but I usually don't keep a copy of the R data files. And in this particular time, a particular file is in a computer that is being fixed right now... So, I know (more or less) where it is, but I can't access them.

    De: Jacob Mark Fecha: 2018-07-19 11:56

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