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Offline fritz350

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« on: 03/01/2009 20:17:39 »
Hi,ı need the articles bwelow,thanks for helpers.

newbielink:http://www.springerlink.com/content/l22658l7m5081vq0/ [nonactive]

newbielink:http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~content=a780140201~db=all [nonactive]

newbielink:http://www.springerlink.com/content/n07u810uw2012457/ [nonactive]

newbielink:http://www.springerlink.com/content/1g29773423704201/ [nonactive]

newbielink:http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/abs/10.1086/322831 [nonactive]



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« Reply #1 on: 06/01/2009 12:11:49 »
Hi
What do you mean by 'need'?
Can't you just read them?

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« Reply #2 on: 06/01/2009 14:23:46 »
spammer?? Not Rosalind though
Rosalind Franklin was my first cousin and one my life's main regrets is that I never met this brilliant and beautiful lady.
She discovered the Single DNA Helix in 1953, then it was taken by Wilkins without her knowledge or agreeement.

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« Reply #3 on: 06/01/2009 15:03:43 »
Hi
What do you mean by 'need'?
Can't you just read them?

I think you have to pay, or be a member, to be able to read the full text. It would appear that the poster is asking for us to give him/her a free copy...if we have one.

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« Reply #4 on: 06/01/2009 15:06:02 »
Hi Fritz - why don't you try a local library?  Obviously, we're not allowed to distribute journals that you would otherwise need to pay for, but a library may have a subscription - especially if you have a local university library, as some are open to the public.

Rosalind - I don't think he's spamming, I think he's just being a bit cheeky and seeing if he can get away with not paying for the journals he's after!

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« Reply #5 on: 06/01/2009 15:56:36 »
Hi Fritz - why don't you try a local library?  Obviously, we're not allowed to distribute journals that you would otherwise need to pay for, but a library may have a subscription - especially if you have a local university library, as some are open to the public.

Rosalind - I don't think he's spamming, I think he's just being a bit cheeky and seeing if he can get away with not paying for the journals he's after!

OK then, Ben thanks only I was being careful for everyone.
Rosalind Franklin was my first cousin and one my life's main regrets is that I never met this brilliant and beautiful lady.
She discovered the Single DNA Helix in 1953, then it was taken by Wilkins without her knowledge or agreeement.

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« Reply #6 on: 06/01/2009 17:29:50 »
Thanks Rosalind, I appreciate it - If I had to constantly watch out for spam on this forum I'd never get any work done!

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« Reply #7 on: 09/01/2009 23:33:38 »
I can't work out what you must be studying? Sports Science? maths with ecology? Geology?

My list of papers is much longer by the way, if we're comparing?!!! I suspect I'll have to take a trip to a library with a lot of coins and a sturdy bag for a day of photocopying :o(

I think university libraries generally allow public access for browsing (and photocopying) only, although you might need to register.

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« Reply #8 on: 13/01/2009 10:07:55 »
Seismic hazard assessment using the theory of records
Reliability properties of record values from non-identically distributed random variables
On Nonparametric Tests for Trend Detection in Seasonal Time Series
Applications of the theory of records in the study of random trees
Globalization and the Rate of Technological Progress: What Track and Field Records Show

My guess is that Fritz350 is after doing some sort of model using irregularly spaced (in time) observations. This can be done using a mixed modelling approach, which also identifies the random structure error within the model too. The capacity to use irregular data is one of the key advantages that mixed modelling has.