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spinazzi <spinazzi@alpha.disat.unimi.it> writes:

*>1- I ask if the module Distances for Win95 work properly: I have made
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*>many attempts (3-5), one following the other, in order to obtain a
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*>distance matrix.
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Yes, there was a problem with the Distances module. Please download

the new version (11 Sep 97).

*>2- Does it differ the option 'Distances|Canonical Distances' from the
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*>option 'Cluster|Compute Distances' ?
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In Clusters->Compute Distances (with Euclidean distance) the distance

is re-scaled bteween 0 and 1 (this is needed for the clustering algorithms).

In the Distances->Canonical Distances the distance is the raw Euclidean

distance. The Distances->ToClusters option allow you to rescale the

distances between 0 and 1.

*>3- Is the option 'Distances|Principal Coordinates' size limited ?
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Yes, but the size is limited only by the memory available in your computer.

*>4- Is it the only way to perform a Multidimensional Scaling with ADE-4 ?
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As far as I know, yes it is.

*>5- Wich is the use of Digit, ADEPict and Maps for Win95 (I cannot obtain
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*>any XY file as output from Digit; I'm not sure to know what they are
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*>programmed for...) ?
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The documentation is now available (although it is the Macintosh version).

*>6- I'm not able to save any graph (with the latest released modules,
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*>Win95); how can I do ?
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Well, most people seem to be able to now... What happens exactly ?

Jean

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