[R] Normality Test on several groups
Knut M. Wittkowski
kmw at mail.rockefeller.edu
Sun Feb 8 18:45:30 CET 2004
Andy and Peter: Of yours, both of you are right.
Re h2g2 (Adams DN 1979):
>" quite definitely is the answer. I think the problem, to be quite
>honest with you, is that you've never actually known what the question is.
>[...] So once you do know what the question actually is, you'll know what
>the answer means."
Re Sir Karl, I have to admit a typo (1+6 instead of 6-1, see
related algebraic problems) and I should have quoted the original publication:
>Popper KR. Logik der Forschung. Julius Springer: Wien; 1937. English: The
>Logic of Scientific Discovery. Basic Books: New York; 1959.
At 12:38 2004-02-07 -0500, Andy wrote:
>Could you please provide more information on the Popper and Adams
>references you cite above? While I'm fairly certain that Popper 1979 is:
>Popper, Karl. Objective knowledge: an evolutionary approach. Oxford:
>Oxford University Press; 1979,
>Knut> that depends entirely on your ability to understand what the
>Knut> underlying question would be (see Adams D 1979)
>leads me to suspect that you intended to cite The Hitchhikker's Guide.
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At 20:54 2004-02-07 +0100, Peter wrote:
>...in which case the answer is forty-two, surely.
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