Moving example code to GitHub

As this site has grown, the example code has gradually become unmanageable. I’ve posted snippets and fragments here and there over the years, and the original code is scattered in various locations across several computers. Further, as people have pointed out bugs or ways to improve the examples, I’ve had a hard time making changes. This is problem is crying out for version control with a central repository. Since I’ve been using Git for the past year or so, I decided to try GitHub. So, I am gradually moving all the examples from the site to:

https://github.com/cfinch/Shocksolution_Examples

When I put code in a post, I will provide a link to GitHub where you can browse or download the code.  You won’ t need to use Git, or even learn anything about it.

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