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I agree that R has it's benefits, but zero of the points in that article appear solid when you actually spend time with Python. Have to choose Python 2 or 3 for a new project? Guess what, pick version 3, because you know - you could say the same thing about Ubuntu 16.04 or 18.04 ?



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