Julia, julia , julia

…until we will reach 1 billion of users, “Julia” is a bad name for a programming language…

uuuhhaaaaaa!!!

Edit:

here it is the correct link to the documentation of the Hypergeometric distribution in the Distributions.jl package: Univariate Distributions · Distributions.jl

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Haha but is “multigeometric distribution” a real thing?

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Since the name isn’t going to change, let’s solve the problem by getting to a billion users. :laughing:

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That’s still better than search stuff for LaTeX…

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I remember searching for some instructions on how to insert jpg images to LaTeX back then…

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Everybody at next JuliaCon should be wearing one of those outfits.

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Google tries hard to match your preferences!

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Also, there are several people named Julia Lang.

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Things would be completely messed up if some of them would start programming in Julia and attract programmer followers. Actually, I think they already know about the Julia language because of spam from programmers.

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What’s wrong with your Google? :stuck_out_tongue:

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It’s still better than R

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Mixed results here:

nonono… I can assure you that’s not my style… and in general I don’t look on clothes… (but maybe by wife, on a shared pc… hmmm… what Google just taught me… this kind of things can actually be dangerous…)

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I’d suggest switching to a good search engine :stuck_out_tongue:

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:repeat:

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Only slightly off-topic : most people googling „multiscale“ will find …

one of the Pokémon with multiscale ability is called Lugia - so close to an anagram…

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One of the best abilities in Pokemon :baby:

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Since this thread is now the top result of the “julia multigeometric distribution” search, a link to the actual result would be good

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We invented a recursive thread…

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A while back I lazily searched “Julia ANN” for stuff related to Artificial Neural Networks and got an nsfw professional instead