Hi all, My guess as well, but i tis a tricky one, and I don't know what it is (other than not very happy).
I know what you mean, I'm not sure it would go down very well with the wider pub quiz going public.I wish pub quizzes were more like this.
I don't want to speak ill of fellow members, but @Geoffrey Rea is a .........SPSS user.Wonderful software.
Would it be suitable for <"Chloropleth mapping?">I was looking at a Bayesian distribution a few years ago, but I never knew how to chart the distribution
Nope - it does the bivariate distribution and helps to identify unknown data parameters - was called Bayesian First Aid (in R) and was in early stages of development about 5 years ago. I did mapping like that on ArcGIS many years ago. Not ideal.
It was only to deflect from the fact I had no idea of the correct plant name. It is back to <"paper tigers">.ask for a plant ID and end up in a discussion about statistical analysis?
If picking on some-one for something that was no fault of their own and they had no control over is good enough for the leader of the free world.......It is what the university have chosen to use for data analysis, in what can only be considered as a means of ongoing torture for their sadistic entertainment...
The Hippuris vulgaris, I really doubt would grow in higher temperatures (=in an aquarium). I found this growing wild in very south of Greenland, a few years ago.
The Elodea nutallii, I have grown - but it does not look like this (even in that poor condition). There should be more distinct nodes/internodes.
I feel pretty sure you have Mayacca fluviatilis. It quite often get to look like this: kind of not really thriving, but trying to grow new brancues with roots at the base, like seen on your picture. If you are a bit lucky, this new growt will have adapted better to conditions in your aquarium wnd grow better.
You've got to love this forum. Where else can someone ask for a plant ID and end up in a discussion about statistical analysis?
Apologies @Nick potts. I'm not used to working at home, and I've realised I'm very easily distracted, and when there is isn't a constant stream of people asking questions and classes etc.Indeed, not sure how it got there, but all good
Hi all, Apologies @Nick potts. I'm not used to working at home, and I've realised I'm very easily distracted, and when there is isn't a constant stream of people asking questions and classes etc.
It is a very long day when you have to be self-motivated to actually cull your email inbox, do the training you were meant to do etc. Normally I work ~09-25 ish to 18:00, yesterday I worked virtually from 08:45 to 15:45 with an hour off for lunch and it seemed the longest working day I've ever had.
I'm even considering sticking the epiphytes onto the wood in one of the tanks.
Yes, but expensive. I would now be extremely <"reluctant to use SPSS">, or advise any-one else to use it, when <"R"> is available.SPSS is cool software.
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