A couple of days a go, I asked a question which was related to statistics, math, machine learning and computer science. First I posted it in here, then when I didn't get what I was looking for, I decided to post it also in math and computer science and I've got pretty interesting responses from mathematicians and computer scientists. But later on, all of my questions were deleted by moderators and I was subjected by them as "someone who wasted time of the others" and etc. They got angry of me and wrote some negative comments about what I did.
My intention was not really to waste anybody's time, actually I needed the opinion of different people from different fields. This is what is missing actually in the field I am working on. We don't have mathematicians, statisticians and computer scientists working together, so I decided to ask the same question in different sites and compare different responses from different points of views and that is what I was looking for.
I could share my first question on different sites, if it was possible, but unfortunately, I couldn't figure it out how and I think this is a limitation of the site itself.
I believe this website gathers amazing scientists together and is a great place for between-field discussions. I hope moderators, and the website admins can come up with an idea for such situations.
I apologize if I made some people angry or upset. I was trying to view a problem from different angels and I would say the results was very interesting. I've got some mathematical proof, some experimental solutions and some machine learning approaches that could all solve a single problem via different approaches. But I believe we need to fill this gap between such fields.
I am not sure how to address those moderators and people (probably very experienced and good scientists) in here but I hope they read this post.