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Re: contribution and cvs

From: John Darrington
Subject: Re: contribution and cvs
Date: Wed, 17 Aug 2005 10:43:53 +0800
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I haven't looked at this yet.  But it sounds great.  I'll try and look at it
soon, but I've been a bit busy recently  (actually, I might need to do some
regression analysis shortly).

In any event, I haven't got any problems with Jason having CVS access.


On Tue, Aug 16, 2005 at 01:05:20AM +0000, Jason Stover wrote:
     The first has a linear regression library, the second has
     regression.q and some routines to recode categorical variables
     to vectors. They aren't finished, but they do compile and run
     correctly when called within regression.q. See regress_categorical.stat
     for sample pspp syntax.
     If this is the kind of thing you want, then now may be the
     time for CVS access on savannah. It's getting big enough that
     updating my crusty old anonymous checkout breaks everything and
     takes a lot of fixing.
     I'm not happy with the categorical recode routines, and I don't
     think I ever will be. I suspect a less offensive way to implement
     them would be to put the struct recoded_categorical inside a struct
     variable, but this wouldn't eliminate the need for some of the
     ugly code in cat.c.
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