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RE: Ornithoms, Parrots, and others (long)
From: Dinogeorge@aol.com [SMTP:Dinogeorge@aol.com]
Sent: Thursday, November 12, 1998 12:40 AM
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Subject: Re: Ornithoms, Parrots, and others (long)
In a message dated 11/11/98 10:45:49 PM EST,
You can always run a different program on the same matrix and see
up; or you can stick more characters in the matrix and run the
or you can do both. If you're really lucky, your results will
another, but usually they don't. Then you're back to square one, I
George's approach is a good idea. You might wish to look for strong
Characters within the matrix, as well. This occurs in nature all
the time, where 2 (or more) characters interact to give a result that is
different from any one character alone.
I wonder if anyone has ever run a JMP (Microsoft data analysis
software) on data like this?
I bet it would work or at least provide some interesting insights.