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Hi Guys, thanks to everybody who helped with the  correspondence analysis data inversion problem I posted last week. All advice was extremely useful and I have now rectified the problem in my data outputs .
Cheers, Stephen

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Dear colleagues,
I will be out of office until the 4th of september, and will only sporadically check my emails.
Good bye
Irene



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