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Understanding of process analysis and practical experience
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"Keintz, H. Mark" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
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>If so, did you replicate that sample when you calculated the means and sd's? If not you may have included cases that were absent from the proc factor, but had particular influence on the means/sd's of variables with significant (rotated) loadings on the second factor.
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I looked up Evolvability using Google and turned up some interesting
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I am interested in computational self assembly which you can liken to
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