Robert A. Amezquita

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As I’ve gone further and further down the rabbit hole of computational biology, one thing that has remained with me is my emacs habit. When I first started graduate school and joined the Kleinstein lab, I was learning R and programming as most do in RStudio. However, my life changed when soon after, Stefan, my best mate, convinced me to give emacs a whirl for R programming. Since then, I’ve come to appreciate all the more my decision to program the emacs way.