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st: RE: Re: ST: Garbage in digest
Yes and no.
I am quoted here, and indeed have often urged
that people avoid MIME, HTML, attachments
and other such mailjunk -- which is just echoing
explicit Statalist policy.
In this particular case, however, the difficulty is that
people have names, or use words in their own
languages (e.g. French, Spanish, Italian),
that are accented or otherwise cause difficulty
for the rather conservative majordomo software.
I don't think we can, practically and even morally,
ask people to stop using their own names or their own
languages, so some sensitivity needs to be
displayed in both directions.
> I often get lots of garbage in Statalist, but today it extended to the
> index (or whatever one calls it). Nick Cox has very
> appropriately asked
> senders to take care about this (and I have to be sure to
> turn off HTML
> codes before sending). So PLEASE get rid of this junk once and for
> Stata's functions relating to the binomial distribution
> st: Re: sequential multiple regression
> RE: st: RE: Creating missing data
> st: Is this peculiar, or is it me?
> st: Descriptive statistics
> st: st : creating a variable that counts frequencies of specific
> strings in a set of variables
> st: RE: Descriptive statistics
> st: =?iso-8859-1?Q?Re:_R=E9p._:_st:_RE:_Bug_in_star_displa_y_(t_?=
> value in regression coefficients)?
> Re: st: STAT TRANSFER or DBMSCOPY
> st: marginal effects for ordered logit
> Re: st: marginal effects for ordered logit
> Re: st: Stata's functions relating to the binomial distribution
> st: Re: =?ISO-8859-1?Q?R=E9p=2E_=3A_st=3A__Re=3A_R=E9p=2E_?=
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