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st: RE: RE: Stata 9 Mata question
It will have to be may-ta, to say mar-ta would sounds like martyr.
I think Stata Corp wouldn't want to force anyone to sacrifice for their
religion any time soon, right?
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> Well, if it's may-trix then may-ta?
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> > I'm sure that the most important question concerning Mata
> > will be how to pronounce it correctly. Do we follow the
> > standard Stata pronunciation rule and pronounce the same as
> > data? Or does it have a specific pronunciation all of its own?
> > Phil Ender
> > UCLA Department of Education
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