Federico Spinazzi <federico@SysPr03.disat.unimi.it> writes :
>I would like to say bye bye to all the people here around. (I'm leaving
>for 10 month civil service in a three days.)
Good Luck for your civil service !
>I plan to write some program (I'm working on them) as I've said in the
>past. I've had a lot of trouble with basic I/O routines, just to say, so
>I stopped when I was on the way. Now I have resolved some problems so, if
>I'll have time to work on them I'll announce my work also here (given
Of course it is.
>To Jean (and anybody interested): if it could be usefull for ADE
>developement, I've written some ANSI C function that could recognize and
>read in memory at run-time:
Thank you, but I prefer to stick with my own functions... Although they
are far from perfect too :)
>My dream is to work on an ADEsheet.exe module wich could be usefull to
>data management. I would plan to use DELPHI or C++ BUILDER, but, for the
>moment it is only a project, and it will be difficult to port to MAC.
>Any comment ?
It would be very usefull indeed, but I think it is too much work. Using a
commercial spreadsheet and exporting to text (then importing to ADE-4 binary)
is sufficient in my opinion.
>If someone is interested in my program for Bray-Curtis Ordination (with a
>little postscript manual and examples) could write me. It is possible to
>put it somewhere on the ADE WEB pages while I have no access to e-mail ?
Yes, i can put them in the utilities page.
-- Jean Thioulouse - Laboratoire de Biometrie - Universite Lyon 1 69622 Villeurbanne Cedex - France Fax: 04 78 89 27 19 Tel: 04 72 43 29 01 http://pbil.univ-lyon1.fr/ADE-4/JTHome.html
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