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Re: st: sample size estimates for multilevel models

From   Matt Spittal <>
To   <>
Subject   Re: st: sample size estimates for multilevel models
Date   Thu, 14 May 2009 10:50:31 +1000

Hi Rich,

Another option that I have had success with recently is installing Darwine
to run Windows applications on my Mac.  Darwine appears to be a variant of
Wine, and I think there is a commercial version also (but I can't remember
its name). 

Using Darwine I have installed WinBUGS and EpiData and they both seem to be
working well. (However, at least one other application has not worked, so it
may not be sufficient to run whatever multi-level sample size program you
have in mind.)

The link that I found most helpful is below:

But I also found this link useful too:

-- Matt


On 14/5/09 6:27 AM, "Phil Schumm" <> wrote:

> On May 13, 2009, at 12:26 PM, Richard Goldstein wrote:
>> Although I bought the biggest Mac available, and although I have
>> attached external hard drives, and will need to attach some more, I
>> still don't really want to give up any room to any version of
>> Windows -- esp. since my dislike of Windows and its instability were
>> what moved me to the Mac
>> If I have to do that I will -- but I definitely don't want to do that
> FWIW, my XP virtual disk (under VMWare Fusion) is confined to only
> 6GB, and is pretty functional. Directory sharing (between OSes) works
> quite well, and this helps to keep the size of your virtual disk down
> (i.e., you can keep all your data files on the OS X side).  Moreover,
> if your virtual machine crashes, your other (OS X) apps are
> unaffected.  Note that I've personally found Fusion to be a bit more
> functional than Parallels (used with both Ubuntu and XP).
> -- Phil
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