Franck Dernoncourt
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Should this site be combined with the Artificial Intelligence stack exchange?
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In practice most questions posted on the Artificial Intelligence Stack Exchange are also very much on-topic on DS and Cross Validated. It makes no sense to have 3 different Stack Exchange websites for ...

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Ideas: How to get more active users and improve the community of DS
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Ideas 8: Reduce the overlap with http://stats.stackexchange.com. Currently, many questions posted on https://datascience.stackexchange.com are also on topic on http://stats.stackexchange.com, and ...

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Can we get a "cite" link?
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Since https://stats.stackexchange.com is pretty much the same as https://datascience.stackexchange.com https://stats.stackexchange.com has a cite option I agree it would make sense for datascience....

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The tag "rattle" should be added
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I added the tag.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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Do we have a 'canonical' question for "how to avoid overfitting"?
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Since https://datascience.stackexchange.com/ is pretty much a duplicate of https://stats.stackexchange.com/, don't forget to look at https://stats.stackexchange.com/. E.g., here is a pretty canonical ...

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Some concerns about unanswered questions
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I would like to point out that the percentage of unanswered questions is increased by the presence of questions that are duplicates of questions posted on crossvalidated. E.g., How does LSTM fights ...

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Are questions about AI history on-topic?
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Just like almost all questions on data science stack exchange, the question to you suggest is on-topic on the statistics stack exchange, see https://stats.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/history

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What more is needed to permanently suspend a user for systematic, intentional, and planned plagiarism across SE?
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Another solution to the behavioral issue you raised would be avoiding the fragmentation of the content across multiple Stack Exchange websites, by either better defining the scope of each site or ...

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Any update on our graduation?
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I think that these area51 statistics are one thing, but one should also consider the significant overlap with http://stats.stackexchange.com. If amongst the ~12 daily questions that Data Science ...

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