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handbook on statistical distribution for experimentalists (PDF, 202 pp.).
Learn Haskell Now!. And for French readers, Introduction à la Programmation Fonctionnelle avec Haskell.
Most languages do a whole lot of other crap other than printing out “hello world”, even if that’s all you asked for. — Hello world
A nice discussion of colour schemes and templates by Paul Tol.
Parallel computing with R: A brief review, by Dirk Eddelbuettel.
Yet another intro to the tidyverse, FWIW: Statistical Inference via Data Science: A ModernDive into R and the tidyverse. I don't really understand why there need to be a
rep_sample_n() function in chapter 7 (which is just imported from the
infer package by
moderndive, see the signature of the function) which does nothing more than what could possibly be done easily with
base::sample. This drives me crazy sometimes.
The Lisp curse.