I posted a comment on Looking up whole time-series for specific point from 45 GB file

If I recall correctly, it had two parts. First a remark how I could not understand why someone had voted to close this well presented and clear question. Secondly a question to the person asking if they had a specific reason to use nearest interpolation instead of discrete coordinates.

You can see the person who asked the question actually refers to it in a follow up question but my comment is gone.

Why was my comment deleted without any notice?

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The first part of the deleted comment said:

No idea who votes to close this question, sorry for the unfriendly welcome..

I think that comment ascribes an unsavory intent to one of our highest reputation users who apparently thought the question needed improvement before it was ready for answers. I do not see that intent, so rather than have that user be dissuaded from their efforts to help curate the site, I deleted it.

The second part of the comment had already been addressed by the asker in a later comment so it was no longer needed.

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