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Hugh Parsonage
Associate at Grattan Institute.
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Hugh Parsonage 36m
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Hugh Parsonage 8h
Replying to @AndrewGYork @github
100% agree. :D
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Hugh Parsonage 9h
Replying to @AndrewGYork @github
99% agree and a vast improvement. IMO though you should provide a printable equivalent (and print it!). Very important for longevity of results.
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Hugh Parsonage 10h
Replying to @NickEvershed
"It's okay to be selfish once in a while. Be kind to yourself: you deserve it!!"
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Hugh Parsonage Feb 19
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Hugh Parsonage Feb 19
I don't think it was worth it.
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Hugh Parsonage Feb 19
If you can find and extract the OECD data, you're a braver man than me.
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Hugh Parsonage Feb 19
Replying to @BrendanCoates
This chart is begging for a y-axis.
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Christian Hale Feb 18
Shipwrecks and other scenes of decay in Aralsk, Kazakhstan.
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Hugh Parsonage Feb 17
David Lynch's teachings show us that even the greatest evil can be undone through punching.
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J Wolfgang Goerlich Feb 16
It's time for an upgrade.
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Hugh Parsonage Feb 16
Replying to @MattCowgill @MESandbu
I welcome your aversion to using stacked column charts to convey uncertainty.
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Jim Savage Feb 16
Replying to @jim_savage_
Some problems are of the flavor “what do I do when we have infinite conditionally independent data”. Another is “what do we do when each highly nonindependent row costs $10k?”
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Hugh Parsonage Feb 15
Replying to @QuixoticQuant
What's the 'hotel load'?
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Aidan Morrison Feb 15
The pumpjet should be a serious concern for those interested in the future submarine. With massively reduced efficiency at low speeds, dived endurance, and range may suffer badly.
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JK Law Feb 15
Replying to @hughparsonage
But the Canberra runway is at a higher altitude. (I haven't done the sums).
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Hugh Parsonage Feb 15
Last time I checked, Sydney's main runway was only 3962 m long.
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Sabine Wolff Feb 14
This is fantastic
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Mark van der Loo Feb 14
Updated CRAN policy: "CRAN hosts packages in publication quality and is not a development platform. A package's contribution has to be non-trivial."
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Hugh Parsonage Feb 12
Replying to @coolbutuseless
'Worst' I could do was Sys.sleep(Inf) but I'm guessing that isn't really a problem.
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