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"The big mistake in this pattern of failure is projecting your subjective lack of comprehension onto the object you are looking at, as “irrationality.” We make this mistake because we are tempted by a desire for legibility."
Data scientist Charlie Thompson recently used the programming language R to find a data-driven determination of Radiohead’s most depressing song.
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