- Getting mom sponsored through her brother for Schengen
- Playing MP3 Shield tracks
- Can't write to serial immediately from PC to Arduino nano via pl2303 usb to ttl converter
- Arduino Nano Matrix keypad Error
- Linux equivalent to Adobe ClearScan
- Compare PDF to scanned image of the PDF
- Unit testing framework that supports hot reloading / hot reloading / live reloading / triggered restart / triggered execution?
- storing email from gmail and presenting in front end
- Recommendation for Open source alternative to SteerMouse
- Is every ditching of a commercial flight documented?
- In the United States, are ultralights legally considered aircraft?
- What certifications must one have to repair/alter propellers and instruments?
- When an aircraft is descending, does any lift act on it? If yes, how?
- Pulling hair the all over the body
- Older versions of Tor
- From RSA Public Key to the Onion-Adress
- My family saw the small dots in sky moving rapidly at night
- Reverb, Chorus, Delay
- Would adding a long pole to the International Space Station keep it from tumbling?
- What is the closest fly-by of a planet/moon ever completed?
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?