I mainly use the statistical programming language
R to solve problems, typically of a spatial, biological, and geographical nature. I have been using R since it was S-plus (back in the late 90s). Despite this I have an unfortunate tendency to resort to the
for loop, which is not exactly favoured in R practice, probably because I learned to program using Turbo Pascal version 5.5!
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