Join Mark Niemann-Ross for an in-depth discussion in this video Walking the code of a failed attempt, part of Code Clinic: R.
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- Now everything doesn't always work the first time,…and let's take a look at a failed attempt…that I had to go back and fix.…So I've opened up getpendoreille_unfactored.R…and let's take a quick look at this,…much of this we've already seen in the factored version…we just talked about, but we can scroll through…and see some of the changes and things…that I did originally that didn't work, later on.…So you'll see in line 1,…once again we have a function declaration.…7,8,9,10,11,and 12, again we're just checking…input for validity and we talked quite a bit about that.…
Line 15, is checking to make sure that…any data we're asking for is actually available.…Line 19, makes sure that what ever data we're asking for…isn't in the future,…because we don't have data that doesn't exist yet.…Now on line 24, you'll see a comment that says…now I'm confident that the input is usable…and you'll remember that exact line…from the previous functions.…So let's scroll down a little bit to what I did change here.…So line 38 starts the part of code that I factored out…
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