Prettier Code

Research code can be messy stuff and tweaked on the fly to examine different hypotheses, writes Iddo Friedberg at Byte Size Biology. "Research coding is not done with the purpose of being robust, or reusable, or long-lived in development and versioning repositories," he says.

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