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justin cater

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The Low Quality of Scientific Code Posted: May 13, 2014 11:07 AM
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Recently I’ve been trying to get a bit into music theory, machine learning, computational linguistics, so I ended up looking at libraries and tools written by the scientific community – examples include the Stanford Core NLP library, GATE, Weka, jMusic, and several more. The general feeling is that scientific libraries have mostly bad code. I […]

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