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My advice is to pace yourself. There are often improvements to questions required to make them Q&A appropriate, but guard against expanding the focus of the question, and let a good question be what …
answered Jan 24 '13 by hardmath
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modelling questions to be on topic here. Whether you'd find a "deep bench" here waiting to address all of them is open to doubt, but in my experience the community is more supportive than antagonistic about scope issues. I'll add some thoughts to the Area 51 discussion. …
answered Aug 28 '13 by hardmath
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My request for discussion is prompted by this recent SciComp.SE post, Definition of incompressible flow, and relates to the scope of the forum. As commented there I feel the topic falls just far …
asked Apr 22 '13 by hardmath
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It is preferred by and large to create a new Question, and give a link to the old Question and Answer for context. Possibly, if the "small related question" is a simple clarification of the earlier A …
answered Feb 1 '16 by hardmath
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As in the last site self-evaluation, I was struck by the high quality of answers, but this time around impressed as well by the breadth of questions being handled. Based on this sample, at any rate, …
answered Jan 24 '14 by hardmath
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This recent Site Self-Evaluation made me think more about the quality of Questions than I have in previous such reviews. I found myself wishing (but only briefly) for a way to assign separate ratings …
answered Apr 26 '15 by hardmath
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In the rare case that one has worked up an answer, only to find the OP has deleted what seems to be a legitimate question, the possibility exists of rewriting and posting the question oneself. The OP …
answered Dec 16 '12 by hardmath
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This was one of the most interesting site evaluations I've participated in. The quality of Answers (and Questions) surprised me, even though I'm enthusiastic about the site, because a majority of pos …
answered Oct 26 '13 by hardmath
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Denizens of Math.SE may be familiar with a device there for drafting long, complex edits to Answers. A thread of community wiki posts exists on Meta-Math.SE, Sandbox for drafts of long, complex answe …
asked Jan 27 '14 by hardmath
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While Computational Science did address a highly upvoted question about which types of computation lend themselves to using GPU resources, I'm reluctant to push the boundary into specific hardware rec …
asked Nov 4 by hardmath