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Not consistent on how many assay files Nelle has #720

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colinmorris opened this issue Mar 2, 2018 · 3 comments
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Not consistent on how many assay files Nelle has #720

colinmorris opened this issue Mar 2, 2018 · 3 comments
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@colinmorris colinmorris commented Mar 2, 2018

pipe-filter says 17 (which I think is consistent with data-shell)

The loops episode says:

1518 times 5 seconds, divided by 60, tells her that her script will take about two hours to run. As a final check, she opens another terminal window, goes into north-pacific-gyre/2012-07-03, and uses cat stats-NENE01729B.txt to examine one of the output files. It looks good, so she decides to get some coffee and catch up on her reading.

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@shwina shwina commented Mar 2, 2018

I usually tell learners that these 17 files are a small subset of the total data that Nelle has (data from one day of her expedition). Perhaps we could be consistent with this idea in the wording throughout the lesson?

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@deppen8 deppen8 commented Sep 8, 2021

Closing as part of old issue cleanup. If there is still appetite for this change, we can reopen.

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@gcapes gcapes commented Sep 8, 2021

I'll try to sort this as part of a lesson reorganization PR

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