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Re: Hi

From: John Darrington
Subject: Re: Hi
Date: Mon, 29 Aug 2005 16:44:48 +0800
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Tutorial type documentation is badly needed for PSPP.  If you can 
contribute that, it would be a great help.  If you decide to 
undertake that task I suggest you read the GNU documentation standards

Jason Stover is currently looking at implementing regression procedures,
and has written a good bit of code already.  I suggest you liaise with Jason 
if you want to do that.

Thanks for your interest,


On Fri, Aug 26, 2005 at 10:16:13AM -0700, Mythreyi Bhargavan wrote:
     I am an economist/statistician.  I wandered on to the
     PSPP developer's listserv to see if I could
     participate in the development by helping write
     statistical procedures and/or tutorial-type help
     I have been on the look out for open-source
     statistical package, played around with R, but found
     it difficult to use.  I have written code in GAUSS in
     the past (for standard and non-standard regressions),
     but currently work mostly in SAS.  I notice that you
     have many of the regression procedures still left to
     write.    Can I help in the interpretation or writing
     of any of those?
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