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    Re: REvolution Computing, Karmic Koala, ???

    This is interesting, because they don't list a Linux version on their website. Only Windows and OSX.
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    Re: R is a powerfull program, but hard to learn.

    And don't forget about RSeek for searching about R specific topics. I've also attached a couple of reference cards and one R tutorial .pdf. I have several others, such as Verzani's 'Simple R', but...
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    Re: draw graphical function do data points in R

    check out the nonlinear least squares function:

    >?nls
    and the SSlogis function:

    >?SSlogis
    They may do what you want, or at least are a starting point.
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    Re: Really cool R Graphic

    Very nice...thanks for sharing!
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    Re: Paid MS Office Alternative for Linux

    Yes...give it a try and find out. 3.1 works very well.
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    Re: Paid MS Office Alternative for Linux

    Umm...no. It works great for some of us. I've written several manuscripts for scientific journals, and have shared my drafts (written in OO.o) with co-authors (using MS Office) with no problems,...
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    Re: Ubuntu and online classes

    I would also add that you can reduce document compatability issues by using styles as much as possible...i.e., defining formatting rules ahead of time (font: Times 14 pt, bold; first line indent: 0.5...
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    Re: Blackboard learning system and firefox

    The university where I am an instructor uses Blackboard (version 8 I believe) as its learning management system, and I have been using Firefox 3.5 with no problems except one (Bb's built-in chat...
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    Re: jre command won't start Arlequin

    I had asked about a Linux version of Arlequin a while ago on the old Genetic Software Forum hosted by B. Rannala, but I never really got a reply. Probably not too high on Excoffier's to-do list.
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    Re: jre command won't start Arlequin

    Perhaps try:
    java -jar arlequin.jar

    BTW, the newer version of Arlequin (3.11) works great under Wine.
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    Re: bibus -openoffice 3.0

    Java shouldn't have anything to do with this problem: Bibus is all Python.
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    Re: bibus -openoffice 3.0

    Which version of bibus are you using?
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    Re: bibus -openoffice 3.0

    Try starting bibus from a terminal rather than from the menu, and see if any errors are shown.
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    Re: PDF manager for scientific papers!

    Referencer
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    Re: Software for Academic Writers

    I use a combination of OpenOffice and Bibus for my writing...
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    Re: July 2009 Screenshot Thread

    Back to GNOME after a stint with KDEmod. Perhaps I'll move back when I upgrade my laptop sometime in the indefinite future

    Wallpaper: from InterfaceLIFT
    GTK/Metacity: Mazza's LightWave theme,...
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    Re: right

    Also...a more informative subject for your thread may help to elicit more responses. "Right" doesn't tell us much about your question/problem.
  18. Thread: Hep me !! : )

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    Re: Hep me !! : )

    Things you will probably need to buy (unless you bring them with you):

    Sheets/bed linens
    Pillow
    Towels
    Hangers for any clothes you would like to hang in the closet


    After that...the...
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    Re: Bioinformatics packages

    Not a problem....one of the chapters of my dissertation (which I'm trying to finish now) contains a bunch of microsatellite analyses, so it's all fresh in my mind.

    Good luck with your thesis!
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    Re: Bioinformatics packages

    You're not going to find any free software that will run/control/basically do anything with ABI genetic analyzers. You're stuck with GeneMapper and the rest of the ABI data collection software for...
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    Re: Bioinformatics packages

    Genepop on the web is one option, or the command line version of Genepop would also work nicely for calculating some basic population genetic info from microsats. I'm fairly certain that there are...
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    Re: Jaunty June 2009 Screenshot Thread

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  23. Thread: sci-buntu

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    Re: sci-buntu

    I agree with gunksta as well: the needs of varying branches of science will be very different from one another. The easiest way, IMHO, to have a 'Scibuntu' would be to make sure that the Ubuntu Wiki...
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    Re: ArcGIS on VirtualBox

    Programs cannot be run "from VirtualBox". VirtualBox is virtual machine software that will allow you to install a guest operating system within VBox...a 'system within a system' if you will.

    For...
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    Re: May 2009 Screen shot thread

    Yes.
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