- Why All Might could handle the power of One for All at once and Midoriya couldnt?
- Did Kishimoto kill Itachi because he was too strong to fight in the Fourth Great Ninja War?
- controlling 6-axis robotic arm with raspberry pi, what instructions can do this?
- Submitting web-to-leads with AJAX instead of embedded form
- Upload large ContentVersion records
- How to get Id of Inline Vf page without using controller?
- Illegal assignment from void to String
- Can't apply slds-grid system to my VF page
- What happens if the burden of proof for a hadd crime is not met, in terms of criminal law?
- When is it allowed to kill animals out of self-defense
- Talking of historical grade systems, how should I call “отличник”?
- Usage of ВОТ ТОЛЬКО
- How to stop yellow and grey boxes on serial console during boot?
- Raspberry desktop changed to debian after upgrade from Jessie to Stretch
- How does a GM calculate opening and how many moves in advance?
- Why isn't N2o3 linear?
- dangers of radiation question
- How to tell the headhunter that I need more time for relocating to an other country?
- Can candidate request HR agency or employer to delete records about him according to GDPR?
- My job didn't inform me the hospital called to tell me my husband was admitted. Can I take action against them?
Dataset Licensing and Copyright
I am looking to publish some R code on github analyzing a dataset that I could freely download from a book's website. My analysis is original and is not a blatant copy of the author's analysis of the same dataset.
My main purpose for developing and publishing the repo on github is to build an online portfolio of work showcasing my competencies. I am not financially compensated in any way whatsoever and neither am I looking for something like that. I am more that willing to clearly mention the source of the dataset and the author in the analysis.
Will I be sued by the author for copyright infringement because of this?