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RE: Algorithm Manual

From: Mogotsi I C Mr, Acc & Fin
Subject: RE: Algorithm Manual
Date: Thu, 3 Apr 2008 08:07:46 +0200

A billion thanks - it's all there. Looks rather formidable, but we'll
see. And you caught me completely off guard there - it is a small world
after all! The weather is great, and the beef ... well, maybe I should
go down there tonight and check it out one more time! Certainly wouldn't

Again many thanks.


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John Darrington
Sent: Thursday, April 03, 2008 2:29 AM
To: Mogotsi I C Mr, Acc & Fin
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Subject: Re: Algorithm Manual

Thanks for your message.  We certainly need all the help we can get in
this area.

The information you're looking for I think is here:

(How is life in sunny Gaborone?  IMO the "Bull & Bush" used to serve the
best steak on the planet!)


On Wed, Apr 02, 2008 at 06:17:48PM +0200, Mogotsi I C Mr, Acc & Fin
     I am interested in joining the PSPP development effort. I was
     somebody might point me in the general direction of literature that
     provides the specific statistical algorithms implemented in the
     package that we are trying to mimic (if I may put it that way!). In
     particular, I am interested in the Factor Analysis and Regression
     Analysis algorithms because they would not be too unrelated to what
I am
     currently working on.
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