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Old 05-16-2016, 07:17 AM   #3
westerman
Rick Westerman
 
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I agree with Mastal: both are useful. What is even more useful is to learn hoe to use the existing libraries in both languages. Instead of writing ones own code learn how to find and use pre-existing code. For example I limp along in de novo R programming but knowing that Bioconductor exists I can do a lot in R.
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