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I used to dislike dependency management because there are so many things that require root or are mysteriously incompatible with each …

Self-handicapping can be quite productive on those non-urgent things. Recently, I noticed a LaTeX template, Awesome CV, so I was …

I am exaggerating, but sometimes stringsAsFactors is almost this deadly. I work with genomic data, and a common quest in my job is to …

After struggling for a while, I decided to move from Medium and switch to blogdown. While Medium is a beautiful platform for blogging, …

The more I work with Linux, the more I encounter dependency issues. This is of course not too big a surprise, but it can be painful …

Recently, I am continuously being amazed by how a seemingly simple task is actually implemented in a sophisticated way. I guess I am …

Being a student again takes a longer while than I expected to get used to, which gives me a long hiatus in my posting, but also puts me …

Openly shared data is invaluable. It provides a way for others to test reproducibility of analysis and reduces the need of repeated …

One classmate complained about having trouble subsetting a data frame to keep non-zero rows, like: # I don't want rows of zero here! …

In my field, many of the literatures are behind the paywall. Though my institute get subscription for most of them, I am sometimes not …