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Get back to simpler code? #49

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rgaiacs opened this Issue Jul 17, 2015 · 3 comments

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rgaiacs commented Jul 17, 2015

At last debriefing session someone mention that

defensive programming lesson as written takes a big leap from the previous lessons; the normalize_rectangle and range_overlap code would be tough for beginners to jump into. Maybe instead of starting with that tough new code we could throw some "assert" commands into their run_analysis function (for the inflammation data) to make sure the loaded datasets have the correct number of lines.

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lesson going back to simpler code (maybe the temperature functions) would be helpful.

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shwina commented Jul 24, 2015

Thanks, @r-gaia-cs

I raised an issue about this in the Python lesson repo a while ago: swcarpentry/python-novice-inflammation#134

It's good to know that other instructors feel the same way. Happy to implement this for the MATLAB lessons. Thanks!

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gvwilson commented Jul 31, 2016

any action required?

rgaiacs pushed a commit to rgaiacs/swc-matlab-novice-inflammation that referenced this issue May 6, 2017

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gcapes commented Jul 13, 2018

I think this is a good idea, but I'm not sure what sort of example we might use instead. Any ideas? If possible it would be good to link back to the inflammation narrative.

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