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Re: SAS-Related Friday Gift For All SAS-Lers #3

Correction, the Book address for your Browser (as opposed to an FTP tool)
is http://www.warpraptor.com/x/

On Fri, Jul 24, 2009 at 8:32 PM, Joe Whitehurst <joewhitehurst@gmail.com>wrote:

> One more tip about the Book: *Seafood, Pictures, Facts, and Nutrition
> Information; you don't have to download the whole book to browse its
> pages.  Just point your Browser at:  www.warpraptor.com and navigate to *
> *AtlantaFishMarketBookTable_Of_Contents.pdf.  Open this document and use
> the Table of Contents found there (starting on page 3) to access all the
> sections by clicking the individual Table of Contents items.  If you choose
> the COMPARATIVE SPECIES NUTRITION SUMMARIES item, the legend for the
> nutrition data graphics will be found on page two of this same document.*
>
> **
> *On Fri, Jul 24, 2009 at 2:51 PM, Joe Whitehurst <joewhitehurst@gmail.com>wrote:
> *
>>
>> Thanks to Richard DeVenezia for pointing out that I did not include an
>> address for the book.  I also realized it would be much better to set up a
>> FTP server which I have done.  Now you can get the book via FTP at:
>> ftp://warpraptor.com.  Userid=SASL, password=SASL (Case Sensitive).
>>
>>
>> On Fri, Jul 24, 2009 at 12:30 PM, Joe Whitehurst <joewhitehurst@gmail.com
>>> > wrote:
>>>
>>>> I did!  Thanks for pointing that out.  I should have a FTP server up and
>>>> running in a few minutes, and I will send out the link for anonymous access.
>>>>  Trying to use just a browser to download directories without a FTP server
>>>> is more than a bit cumbersome.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On Fri, Jul 24, 2009 at 12:25 PM, Richard DeVenezia <
>>>> rdevenezia@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Joe:
>>>>>
>>>>> This sounds interesting.
>>>>> Did you forget the book link ?
>>>>>
>>>>> Richard
>>>>>
>>>>> On Jul 24, 11:09 am, joewhitehu...@GMAIL.COM (Joe Whitehurst) wrote:
>>>>> > You can now download a more organized version of the Book: *Seafood,
>>>>> > Pictures, Facts, and Nutrition Information I* put together as a
>>>>> volunteer
>>>>> > project for the Atlanta Fish Market (
>>>>> http://www.buckheadrestaurants.com/afm.html) to return a favor for
>>>>> Chef
>>>>> > Holly a good friend of mine.  The new organization of the book
>>>>> consists of a
>>>>> > single directory, *AFMBookPDFs*, in which you will find a single
>>>>> document, *
>>>>> > AtlantaFishMarketBookTable_Of_Contents.pdf* (actual Table of Contents
>>>>> begins
>>>>> > on page 3) and a subdirectory, *Book (33.6MB) *, that contains all
>>>>> the
>>>>> > sections of the book.  The documents in the *Book *subdirectory are
>>>>> linked
>>>>> > to the Table Of Contents and to make sure the links all work, you
>>>>> should
>>>>> > download the entire directory structure (or create a directory
>>>>> > called*AFMBookPDFs
>>>>> > *and download the Table of Contents and *Book* subdirectory to it)
>>>>> including
>>>>> > the "root" directory otherwise the links will be broken.  Clicking an
>>>>> item
>>>>> > in the Table of Contents will open that item's document in a new
>>>>> window.  To
>>>>> > close a document and return to the Table of Contents, you should use
>>>>> the
>>>>> > Close option on the File menu otherwise the Table of Contents will
>>>>> also
>>>>> > close.  I say this gift is SAS-related because all the nutrition data
>>>>> > graphics were produced using SAS/Graph.  The nutrition data are from
>>>>> > the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release
>>>>> 21,
>>>>> > September 2008 and most of the other materials in the book are from
>>>>> public
>>>>> > domain sources on the Internet.  I haven't actually counted the
>>>>> pages, I but
>>>>> > I guestimate the book has more than 400 pages.  Putting this book
>>>>> together
>>>>> > for Chef Holly was a real eye opener for me.  Although I grew up in
>>>>> > Tidewater Virgina where the James and York Rivers, the Chesapeake Bay
>>>>> and
>>>>> > the nearby Atlantic Ocean were my playgrounds (fishing, sailing,
>>>>> powerboat
>>>>> > racing, swimming Scuba Diving, Spear Fishing etc,), I had no idea how
>>>>> > completely ignorant I was about the lives of the creatures who live
>>>>> in the
>>>>> > sea.
>>>>> > There is another subdirectory (optional), *BookRawMaterial--Programs,
>>>>> > Database, Unused Images, etc (771MB),* that contains what the name
>>>>> says and
>>>>> > also thousands of links to Seafood related materials.  The database
>>>>> consists
>>>>> > of various SAS Datasets.
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>
>
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