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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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comment A Voronoi diagram with two dimensional generators on a “warped” plane
This really takes it to a new place for me, thanks for introducing several terms with which I had no prior experience. It is interest to discover the pedigree of the spreading algorithm.
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comment A Voronoi diagram with two dimensional generators on a “warped” plane
Thanks, I appreciate your confidence in my presentation. No not "fancier" necessarily, just a precise alternative means of describing it to a mathematical audience (or in cases where a graphical illustration may not be possible). Actually, the answer given by Rahul Narain was just the sort of insight I was hoping for.
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