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How to sequence tasks given time estimates?

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Experiences on this site.....

::AND WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH <1% OF PPL CONTINUOUSLY PUTTING FAKE 'HOMEWORK' TAGS!?! do these ppl never learn????????????

~ Case Easy Questions ~
http://www.ironpython.net/ answers one of my very few questions, like once in a whole month, (which i deleted) that NOBODY could help with!!

~ Case Better Google ~
if you know the RIGHT terms, just google -- to solve simple, easy problems in minutes -- http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/107596-Word-macro-needed-multiple-search-and-replace-(Word-2003) -- SO MUCH trouble... even when you gave them a very nice, detailed question -- stackoverflow.com/questions/13223561/find-replace-macro-long-and-detailed

so disappointed at this site.

~ Case Bad GIS ~
found the great answer: http://spatialanalysis.co.uk/2011/12/2011/ -- no thanks to the ppl at gis stack sigh

bad gis person: "why should we spend our time answering something we already know?" (SO GET LOST :D
actually smart people: " http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9LCwI5iErE "
then an incrediably bad mod closed a good question out of merely not liking http://gis.stackexchange.com/questions/36733/good-maps-showing-findings-using-spatial-analysis
but knows she reasonably can't given similarly phrased questions asked by others -- http://gis.stackexchange.com/questions/36747/what-is-the-most-useful-spatial-analysis-trick-in-meeting-any-real-world-needs
outcome: but since that gis mod can do whatever she wants, she banned my gis account for a month -- woho!

~ Case Math & Stat's Inadequacy in knowing how to Communicate ~
Go Learn Stuff -- https://www.edx.org/ -- http://www.www.udacity.com -- http://www.coursera.org -- and get with the times and make significant, nonmarginal progress. also math & stat ppl specifically really need to improve their answering skills so look towards quora on that respect


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comment how to aggregate the rates, represented by points, within X radius
unable to test -- gis.stackexchange.com/questions/50219/…
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comment how to aggregate the rates, represented by points, within X radius
"populations" are numbers, not rates. "population growths" are rates ^_^"
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comment McDonalds GIS data
^ most worthwhile and helpful remark i've ever seen across stackex sites -- that actually helps the question reach the essence of the desired goal
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comment Where can I find annual temperature data for every city and town in the US and Australia?
while other answers are ok, i like how the best answer is from the lowest reps ^_^
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comment Where can I find annual temperature data for every city and town in the US and Australia?
there is never a steep learning curve. just bad data, bad transmition of info, and bad user-friendly
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comment Where can I find annual temperature data for every city and town in the US and Australia?
you can use whatever you like, probably best to use whatever is easier
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comment Looking for a user-friendliness & functionality comparison for ArcGIS and QGIS
but then saves the other 99.99999% the trouble when that experienced, leading, quality person just says A over B is the best and better and more easy to use, overall net gain and long-term worth to the global society is good -- utilitarianism