Whilst not specific to R, the following principles can be a guide
as to how to write good programs in R.
- Literals (like a threshold of 0.5) should be recorded as a
symbol (in a variable);
- Functions should not have side-effects. That is, they should
only make changes to objects whose scope is that function;
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