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September 30, 2014


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This is a common complaint. I've seen it many, many times. Most of the time people describe the problem really well -- but when it comes to providing solutions, they fall short.

What I really liked about this post is that the author provided solutions and not just complaints.

But I'm greedy and I'd like to see more.

Can someone write a blog post like "10 ways we can do it better". I would like to see a naive approach and an informed enlightened approach for common use cases ... along with an explanation as to why it is superior. I think something like this would really help move scientists, statisticians and others forward.

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