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April 27, 2012


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This is nice. Even nicer would be a list of matching SAS and R codes and identifying what is still missing (eg. Satterwaitte and KR corrections in mixed-effects models)

You can find some of that on our SAS and R blog, wiki, and book:


I am agree with you.But i try a conjoint analysis software for marketing survey-lasir.I like it.Once try it.

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