6 replaced http://mathoverflow.net/ with https://mathoverflow.net/
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Both of the sites I've just described can be extremely useful and valuable resources (I think Cross Validated is an example of the former, and MathOverflowMathOverflow is an example of the latter), but trying to be both at once causes some friction. For example,

Both of the sites I've just described can be extremely useful and valuable resources (I think Cross Validated is an example of the former, and MathOverflow is an example of the latter), but trying to be both at once causes some friction. For example,

Both of the sites I've just described can be extremely useful and valuable resources (I think Cross Validated is an example of the former, and MathOverflow is an example of the latter), but trying to be both at once causes some friction. For example,

5 replaced http://stats.stackexchange.com/ with https://stats.stackexchange.com/
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Both of the sites I've just described can be extremely useful and valuable resources (I think Cross ValidatedCross Validated is an example of the former, and MathOverflow is an example of the latter), but trying to be both at once causes some friction. For example,

Both of the sites I've just described can be extremely useful and valuable resources (I think Cross Validated is an example of the former, and MathOverflow is an example of the latter), but trying to be both at once causes some friction. For example,

Both of the sites I've just described can be extremely useful and valuable resources (I think Cross Validated is an example of the former, and MathOverflow is an example of the latter), but trying to be both at once causes some friction. For example,

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