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A recent question [1] was closed as offtopic and then migrated to the datascience.stackexchange.com website. One hour later, the migration request was rejected, that means the Datascience community wasn't welcome the issue. Perhaps with the idea in mind, that if they are accepting one issue, they have to welcome all the issues in future.

From the perspective of the OP the interesting question is, who is responsible for the sound localization problem. He was using a neural network to detect loudness difference between two ears. If he comes to the conclusion that this is maybe an Artificial Intelligence problem which can only be solved with normalized input data, the OP would perhaps open up a follow up ticket at SE.AI.

Is it possible for the Original Poster to open follow up tickets in which he is referencing to a previous closed ticket?

[1] question timeline: Training a sound localization neural network [on hold], https://ai.stackexchange.com/posts/15956/timeline

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This is why I avoid migration, as opposed to urging the OP to self-close and re-ask on the proper stack. (In this case, the OP stated they would do this, but hadn't so I did the migration.)

I've left a comment on the question, asking if the OP could reformulate to make it more on-topic here.

We want to help people get the answers they need, but we need to be more aggressive about maintaining the boundaries of this Stack in terms of scope.


PS- I'm not really sure about follow-up tickets, but if the OP edits and submits for re-opening, I'll see it.

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